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  • Liaquat warns CM over ‘sale of jobs’

    DADU: Awami Ittehad Party chairman Liaquat Ali Jatoi has warned that he will take Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah to court if jobs are sold and merit is trampled upon once again after lifting of ban on government jobs in the province...

    The Pakistan Peoples Party leaders and their agents were once again reading themselves to mint money by selling jobs to the poor, said Mr Jatoi while speaking at a press conference in Khairpur...

  • Sharjeel Memon arrested by NAB after hours-long cat and mouse game

    Following the rejection of his bail plea, Memon had holed up for hours in a courtroom to avoid arrest as his team explored their options, but could not stave off the inevitable for long...

    In a previous hearing of the case, NAB had said that it had investigated corruption and corrupt practices in the award of advertisements against the law and at exorbitant rates to TV channels and FM radio stations for various awareness campaigns...

  • Petitioner approaches Lahore High Court over murder of pet cat

    LAHORE: A woman in Lahore has approached the Lahore High Court to register a murder case against a vet for the alleged murder of her pet cat...

    Petitioner Dr Attiya Masood Chaudhry has requested that the court register a case under Section 429 of the Pakistan Penal Code for the alleged murder of her pet by one vet Dr Owais Anees...

  • Demo against ‘excessive’ cat’s eye

    Talking to reporters, the protesters said the university administration allegedly wanted to grab Raja Sher Mohammad Road and it had ‘excessively’ erected cat’s eye, a device used in road marking, at four places...

    They said the cat’s eye were creating a plethora of problems for the motorists...

  • Can we bell the cat?

    Where do they go from here?Is it the fate of Pakistanis to witness one carnage, a flurry of official meetings followed by big words that this will be crushed and that won’t be tolerated, expressions of outrage by social media users, condemnation by talking heads on TV, and then to rewind the tape to the beginning and wait for the next massacre? It seems so, doesn’t it?No matter who you talk to the despair seems to be getting deeper and...

  • Crude’s cat-and-mouse game

    When the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) opted last Thursday to renew its output cuts for another nine months, it was already priced in by the markets...

    Energy consultancy Wood Mackenzie underlined that keeping existing oil output at current levels for another nine months would result in a 950,000 barrel per day production increase in the United States, undermining its efforts to balance supply and demand... ...

  • Zookeeper injured by big cat

    Dawn learnt that as soon as lion’s attendant Fayyaz along with foodstuff (beef) entered the cage, the big cat pounced on him and injured him with his paw...

    A source told Dawn that it appeared the lion was hungry and attacked the attendant in a fit of rage for delaying his food...

  • Who will bell the cat?

    IT is a matter of great satisfaction that the Rangers chief in Sindh has spoken about the ground realities that are the cause of terrorism in Karachi...

    However, for Karachiites, there is nothing new in his disclosures, except that he has talked of influential personalities of Sindh being involved whom he has preferred not to name...

  • Belling the cat

    One recent example is that of former prime minister Raja Pervaiz Ashraf, who has been under investigation for nearly 500 allegedly illegal appointments and corruption at the Gujranwala Electric Power Company...

    The question is: which civil servants have it in them to defy the chief executive’s orders and continue to serve? Do the names Muhammad Ali Nekokara or Mushtaq Rizvi ring a bell? They bore the brunt for not following orders...

  • A Leaf From History: Pakistan’s nuclear cat on a hot tin roof

    The US administration had kept a vigilant eye on political developments in Pakistan for quite some time but the country’s attempts to acquire nuclear capability were on the top of the US agenda...

    Meanwhile, Benazir Bhutto, the country’s first democratically elected prime minister since the death of dictator Gen Zia prepared for her scheduled visit to the US in June 1989...

  • Crude’s cat and mouse game

    TORONTO: Oil markets are in the midst of a rally, heading for the biggest monthly rise in seven years on Friday...

    Who would have the last hurrah? A cat and mouse game is on...

  • LHC orders post mortem of pet cat to determine cause of death

    LAHORE: In a one-of-a-kind judgment on Tuesday, the Lahore High Court (LHC) ordered the post mortem of a pet cat in a case filed by a woman who claimed her vet had "murdered her cat...

    "Moon, a male cat, was buried in the petitioner's Karachi residence, and Justice Anwarul Haq on Tuesday ordered that the pet's body be exhumed and a post mortem be carried out under the supervision of a judicial magistrate to determine its cause of...

  • COMMENT: Who will bell the cat?

    THE Panama Papers may have come as a bane for certain members of the government, but they have been a boon for many others...

    Searching questions about the Panama Papers are being lobbed at politicians as they run for cover, but why are there none for the House of Usher which is busy getting rid of footmen while the monarch holds sway?Incidentally, the “chirya” (bird) may chirp away about the nefarious dealings of PTI and others, but...

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