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  • DISCOURSE: WHAT DO WE BUY WHEN WE BUY ART?

    Is buying art a different activity altogether for collectors who are not artists and for those who are artists? Or do similar reasons unite them in their pursuit? A factor perhaps common to both is pure, sentimental enjoyment — buying what catches the eye, buying what agrees with a knotted bunch of inclinations and preferences that one carries around vaguely in one’s head and which makes certain works of art more urgent and attractive than...

  • Cash-strapped PHF enters kits deal with local firm

    LAHORE: A Sialkot-based kit manufacturing company on Tuesday signed a four-year contract with the cash-starved Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) which despite being beset by all financial problems sent players to Australia to participate in the four-nation tournament starting from May 2...

    His firm, he said, would provide kits of international standard to the country’s hockey governing body in the first phase, adding that the PHF would...

  • First response officers get investigation kits

    GUJRANWALA: City Police Officer Waqas Nazir appointed first response officers (FROs) in civil lines and city division police stations on Saturday...

    FROs have been provided with investigation bags that contain a crime scene tape, a torch, rubber gloves, scissors, a digital camera, a plastic bag and a scale
  • Govt told to give dengue testing kits to private labs

    PESHAWAR: A Peshawar High Court bench on Tuesday directed the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa health department to provide kits meant for dengue medical tests to private laboratories to ensure uniform charges for such tests in the provincial capital...

    Representatives of several private laboratories appeared before the bench and said if the government provided them with the dengue testing kits at the rate of Rs320 each, they would charge Rs350 per...

  • Sharp jump in imports of car kits

    KARACHI: The import bill of semi- and completely knocked-down kits (SKD/CKD) for locally produced heavy vehicles, cars and motorcycles crossed $1 billion in 2016-17, showing a jump of 24 per cent from last year...

    The share of SKD/CKD kits for cars in total imports was $674 million in 2016-17, up 30pc year-on-year...

  • Car sales increase, pushing up imports of CKD kits

    According to the data of Pakistan Automotive Manufacturers Association (Pama), sales of Toyota Corolla struggled at 49,667 as compared to 53,410 units as Honda Civic, City and newly launched Honda BR-V are reportedly giving tough time to Corolla...

    Increasing car sales have pushed up imports of completely and semi-knocked down kits, giving an impression of low localisation achieved by local assemblers...

  • The art of amenity kits

    Full-service airlines increasingly compete to deliver a superior experience and win the loyalty of fliers in premium cabins, using designer kits, fancy sleepwear and pillows as objects of desire...

    In May, Qantas released its Qantas Curates initiative, working with Australian contemporary art curators to select artworks from 16 Australian artists, designers and photographers to create unique amenity kits which represent Australian...

  • Trophy, kits for grand exhibition soccer matches unveiled

    KARACHI: Leisure Leagues on Tuesday unveiled the trophy, playing kits and a portion of the theme song for the two exhibition football matches to be played by FC Barcelona’s Ronaldinho and other professional international footballers in Karachi and Lahore over the coming weekend...

    Leisure Leagues had announced back in March that they wanted to revive and kick-start football activity in Pakistan in a grand way by inviting football’s...

  • Indian lab develops ‘beef detection kits’

    MUMBAI: A government-run laboratory in western India has developed portable “beef detection kits” that will allow police to quickly determine whether meat is that of an illegally slaughtered cow, an official said on Monday...

    “We have been working on beef detection kits for the past eight months and these will be distributed to Maharashtra and Mumbai police in August,” K...

  • PCB not to give players kits for Quaid Trophy qualifying round

    LAHORE: It seems the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has started an austerity campaign to avoid financial hit in case the lucrative series against India to be held later this year is cancelled, as it has decided not to provide kits to around 160 players representing regional teams in the forthcoming Quaid-i-Azam Trophy qualifying round...

    But as the PCB is yet to finalise the programme to provide a sponsor to each region, under a...

  • KP forensic lab set to start operations after receiving DNA kits

    The first-ever DNA laboratory in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is set to start operations at Khyber Medical College after the health department imported 400 kits for DNA tests, officials told DawnNews on Saturday...

    The Forensic Science Laboratory Peshawar had been established over three years ago to conduct DNA profiling but the lab was practically dysfunctional because of lack of DNA test kits...

  • ‘Cheap manual kits in blood transfusion lead to infectious diseases’

    KARACHI: Use of poor quality manual kits in blood transfusion process is the leading reason behind spread of infectious diseases, such as hepatitis B, hepatitis C and HIV, apart from donors with risky behaviours...

    In Pakistan, national health organisations marked the day by holding campaigns to raise awareness of the need for more, safe blood donations, as the country battles an ongoing, safe blood shortage problem...

  • Senate body head criticises lack of HIV testing kits in hospitals

    ISLAMABAD: Chairman of the Senate Standing Committee on Interior, Senator Rehman Malik, has taken notice of the unavailability of HIV/Aids testing kits and vaccines in the hospitals and laboratories of Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT)...

    According to an official statement, Mr Malik has asked the chief commissioner to submit a detailed report about the unavailability of HIV/Aids vaccines and testing kits in the ICT hospitals and also...

  • Punjab may face AIDS ‘epidemic’ on failing to procure test kits

    LAHORE: The largest AIDS control programme in the country seems to be on the verge of collapse after the Punjab government failed to procure 100,000 test kits amid reports emerging that the number of registered AIDS patients across the province has alarmingly risen to 18,556...

    Due to the inordinate delay in purchase of the HIV rapid test kits, it is feared that Punjab may reach epidemic proportions of the disease...

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