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  • Five, including Karnataka MLA, die in Andhra Pradesh train accident

    A Member of India's Legislative Assembly (MLA) Venkatesh Nayak and four others were killed on Monday morning when an express train and a granite-laden truck collided at a level crossing in Andhra Pradesh state's Anantapur area, said a report published on Hindustan Times...

    At least 25 people are reported to have been injured in this second fatal railway accident this month, which took place in Madakasira — more than 450km from...

  • Hopes on hold for model Andhra capital

    A staggering $15 billion is needed to transform Amaravati from a few shiny buildings, villages and thousands of acres of agricultural land into the envisioned capital of Andhra Pradesh, one of India’s largest states...

    Andhra once had another capital — the booming tech and business powerhouse of Hyderabad, which pulses with IT know-how and a startup culture...

  • Pak-Iran confidence building

    Rouhani spent two days in Hyderabad (India), where he visited cultural landmarks and found the time to interact at length with students, religious scholars and members of the Iranian diaspora...

    The dilemma facing Pakistan-Iran ties is that both countries currently operate under a trust deficit, with virtually no history of serious mutual confidence building...

  • FMDC to start classes from 24th

    ISLAMABAD: The management of the Federal Medical and Dental College (FMDC) has finally called 100 students for admissions and decided to start double-shift classes from July 24 to compensate for the delay of almost four months...

    There is already a delay of almost four months in the academic year so it has been decided that classes will be started from July 24...

  • Labour Day: A long and winding road for Pakistan's working classes

    Labour Day has been celebrated as a public holiday in most parts of the world to remind societies of workers' rights...

    It is a culmination of what started off in the early 1800s as the 'Eight-Hour Day Movement', a campaign sought to stop the exploitation of workers who worked hard for long hours, which was eventually commemorated as an annual occasion to focus on broader labour rights
  • KU teachers announce indefinite boycott of classes over non-payment of salaries

    KARACHI: Venting their anger and dismay over the university administration at a general body meeting of their society on Tuesday, teachers at Karachi University (KU) announced that they would suspend classes for an indefinite period to protest over the non-payment of last month’s salaries...

    “It’s unfortunate that teachers have to come out of their classes and labs to raise their voice for what is their basic right...

  • Mobile phones banned in classes

    LAKKI MARWAT: The district education department here has asked the teachers of government schools to avoid using mobile phones in classrooms...

    The directives were issued at a meeting of the principals and headmasters of the high and higher secondary schools at GHSS Tajazai on Saturday
  • Pesco blamed for delay in start of classes at new Swabi college

    SWABI: There is a long delay in the start of classes at the newly-built Government Girls’ Degree College, Yar Hussain, due to the failure of the Peshawar Electric Supply Company to provide the educational institution with electricity...

    The works and services department officials told Dawn on Friday that the school building was ready for use but the delaying tactics on part of Pesco was a hurdle to it...

  • University of Chicago cancels classes after threat

    WASHINGTON: One of America’s 10 top universities cancelled all classes at its main campus on Monday after an online threat of gun violence...

    “Based on the FBI’s assessment of this threat and recent tragic events at other campuses across the country, we have decided … to cancel all classes and activities on the Hyde Park campus through midnight on Monday,” the university announced...

  • Classes at FMDC finally begin

    ISLAMABAD: The Federal Medical and Dental College (FMDC) management finally started classes for the 100 medical students on Friday, but without an NOC from the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC)...

    So we have decided to start admission process and after completing the process we started classes,” he said...

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