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  • Heavy bike imports soar 150pc

    KARACHI: Imports of heavy bikes by the local assemblers have surged owing to strong demand from the governments of Sindh and Punjab...

    Bike imports in July-January 2017-18 went up by 150 per cent to $3...

  • Bike assemblers shock buyers with surprise price hikes

    KARACHI: Japanese and Chinese bike assemblers have shocked their buyers with surprise price hikes on the eve of Eidul Azha...

    Without giving any reason in their price revision letters to their authorised dealers, the Japanese assemblers have raised prices by Rs2,400-8,000 for different models...

  • Chinese bike assemblers shifting to Punjab from Karachi

    KARACHI: Three assemblers of Chinese bike have moved to Punjab from Karachi while another two have expanded their production facilities to the bigger province in the past one year...

    “Low land prices and better security in Punjab’s industrial areas as compared to Sindh has lured assemblers,” said Association of Pakistan Motorcycle Assemblers (Apma) Chairman Mohammad Sabir Shaikh while talking to Dawn on Monday...

  • Chinese bike makers raise prices

    KARACHI: Chinese bike assemblers have raised prices by Rs2,000-3,000 citing costly raw material on world markets...

    DS Motors has informed its dealers about increase of Rs2,500 on two models of Unique 70cc from Feb 20, attributing a hike in steel prices while Memon Motors came out with a price hike of Rs2,000-3,000 on Super Star 70-100cc bikes...

  • Samsung slammed by Chinese state TV over Note 7 recall "discrimination"

    HONG KONG: Chinese state broadcaster CCTV has slammed South Korean tech giant Samsung Electronics Co for what it said was “discrimination” against China consumers in its handling of a global recall of Galaxy Note 7 smartphones...

    In a commentary piece posted on its website on Thursday evening, CCTV said Samsung's behaviour in China after the Sept...

  • Chinese tech 'wolf' Huawei stalks Apple and Samsung

    Ren Zhengfei, the founder of Chinese telecoms behemoth Huawei, likens the company to a ruthless “wolf” tirelessly running down its prey — an ethos that could soon make it the apex predator of the smartphone world...

    Despite being essentially barred from the critical US market, Huawei surpassed Apple to become the world's number two smartphone maker in the second quarter of this year and has market leader Samsung in its sights...

  • Afghan war widows pay heavy price for husbands’ sacrifice

    WIDOWED Afghan grandmother Janat Bibi has no adult males left in her family after the Taliban killed her son and two grandsons during an attack on their police base a few months ago...

    Such bereavements are often a double tragedy for an increasing number of poverty-stricken families like hers in Afghanistan — they have lost not only a loved one, but also their main income earner
  • Maxwell pays heavy price for inconsistent show

    SYDNEY: Australia have dropped out-of-form limited overs specialist Glenn Maxwell from the squad for the One-day International series in Sri Lanka next month, the country’s cricket board announced on Sunday...

    Nicknamed ‘Big Show’, the 27-year-old all-rounder made 46 not out help Australia reach the final of last month’s tri-series in West Indies but could only muster a combined tally of seven runs in three others innings in the...
  • Paying a heavy price for being uneducated

    MINGORA: Women of rural and mountainous areas in Swat district strongly feel education is the only lifeline for them and families during hard times...

    According to them, the unschooled women, whose husbands have either died or live with disabilities, are leading a miserable life as they’ve to perform menial tasks in others’ houses to support family
  • SITUATIONER: Polls may exact heavy price from divided Chaudhrys

    Shujaat’s cousin, Chaudhry Parvez Elahi who remains allied with Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan, appears to have completed his homework to launch a new party — Muslim League Pakistan — as he could not persuade Shujaat, with whom he has played a decades-long political inning, to give up his ‘newfound love’ for the Sharifs...

    “Consultations for launching a new political party, the Muslim League Pakistan headed by Mr...

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