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  • Chinese company awarded contract to reconstruct Lahore airport: report

    The Pakistani government has awarded a contract worth nearly $382 million to a Chinese company to reconstruct Lahore's Allama Iqbal International Airport, the Chinese state-owned People's Daily newspaper reported Tuesday...

    6 billion RMB contract to engineer, procure, and construct the reimagined Lahore airport, which will become Pakistan's largest after the reconstruction is completed, the report claimed...

  • PSL broadcasting company pulls out of final in Lahore

    Dubai-based Innovative Production Group will take over the broadcast production of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) final, set to take place in Lahore, after UK-based production house Sunset and Vine pulled out of the event due to its reluctance to travel to Lahore, ESPNcricinfo reported on Tuesday...

    Sunset and Vine, which has handled the broadcasting of the PSL event so far this year, notified Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB)...

  • Nepra fines power company for delays in submission of data

    ISLAMABAD: The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra) imposed on Monday a fine of Rs1 million on the Central Power Purchase Agency (CPPA), also known as the National Transmission and Despatch Company (NTDC), for failing to provide information needed for monthly fuel price adjustments within the stipulated time...

  • Comedy troupe Bhai Log Company is ready for a comeback

    A comedy troupe trusted to take the mickey out of those in the limelight, the Bhai Log Company has announced its comeback in a teaser image put up on its Facebook page and website...

    According to the Bhai Log Company website, this new show will take place on August 8 at Karachi's Royal Rodale Club...

  • Alphabet passes Apple as world’s biggest company — now what?

    NEW YORK: Even before it became a household name, Google parent Alphabet has become the world’s most valuable company, vaulting past Apple in a sign of an evolving technology landscape...

    Apple ends a run of four years as the world’s largest publicly traded company, having overtaken Exxon Mobil on January 25, 2012...

  • Private company blocked from importing 20pc cheaper LNG

    ISLAMABAD: Amid legal vacuum surrounding the sale of around 140,000 tonnes of imported liquefied natural gas (LNG) to a few bulk consumers, a private company’s bid to arrange import of 20 per cent cheaper commodity is reported to have been blocked...

    A senior government official said the CNG industry represented by Universal Gas Company had struck a deal with an LNG supplier at less than $7 per million British thermal units (mmbtu)...

  • All the world’s a stage: UK’s Royal Shakespeare Company in first tour of China

    LONDON: Britain’s Royal Shakespeare Company embarks on its first major tour of China in 2016, presenting the Bard’s history plays about bloodshed, honour and kingship in mediaeval England to a new and potentially vast audience...

    Marking 400 years since William Shakespeare’s death, the prestigious theatre company will take productions of Henry IV Part I, Henry IV Part II and Henry V to Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong in February and...

  • Royal Shakespeare Company founder Peter Hall dies

    LONDON: British director Peter Hall, who founded the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1960 and is credited with the boom of post-war British theatre, has died at the age of 86, the National Theatre said on Tuesday...

    Hall stayed at the Royal Shakespeare Company until 1968, after which he became head of the National Theatre in 1973 and oversaw its transfer to the South Bank arts centre...

  • Driver of ride-hailing company shot dead in Karachi

    Police are investigating the alleged murder of a driver working for a ride-hailing company who was found dead in his car in Karachi's Korangi area earlier this week, police said on Friday...

    "The victim was associated with a ride-hailing company but at time of the incident, his vehicle was "offline", Abbasi said...

  • Consumer court orders rickshaw company to refund price

    LAHORE: A consumer court on Monday ordered a private engineering company to return the price of an auto-rickshaw to a citizen who had sued the company for selling a defective four-stroke rickshaw to him...

    Petitioner Muhammad Khadim of Sanda had filed the petition, stating he purchased an auto-rickshaw from Meezan Metoline Engineering Company and paid Rs167,000 to its sales executive...

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