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  • SC asks provinces for plan to combat silicosis which afflicts labourers

    ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court ordered the federal and provincial governments on Tuesday to come up with an outline of an action plan to halt the emergence of silicosis — a medical condition that afflicts labourers and stone-crushers – that causes the perforation of the lungs and ultimately leads to death...

    “It is unfortunate that the case relating to silicosis has failed to receive attention on part of five governments since no concrete...
  • Which assets did Imran Khan declare?

    Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has been quizzed of his London property and the means by which he acquired his Bani Gala residence...

    3 billion of this wealth is in the form of immovable assets in Pakistan, of which the biggest include:A house valued at Rs296 million in Zaman Park, Lahore (listed as inherited)...

  • Chief justice urges for a judicial system in which women can speak openly

    Chief Justice Saqib Nisar on Sunday highlighted the need for a system in which women, who are deprived of their rights in several parts of the country, can speak about the problems they face openly...

    Speaking at the concluding event of the second “Women Judges' Conference” in Lahore, he added that the Constitution enshrines fundamental rights which do not differentiate between males and females...

  • Comment: Which way will Amir swing?

    This is no petty crime; he has betrayed a nation which before the dastardly deed, adored him, prayed for him and most importantly had faith in him that he will give his utmost for the country...

    The question remains that if he is not allowed to represent Pakistan again will it be fair that those with the influence and clout (like some corrupt politicians, bureaucrats, businessmen even servicemen) move about society with a stiff...

  • Remember, Dunkirk tells a whitewashed story which ignores non-white soldiers

    The Brits had already been softened up to hate their French allies by General Mason-Macfarlane, who gave an off-the-record briefing to journalists in London on May 28, 1940 in which he told them to blame French troops for the demise of the British Expeditionary Force; reporters ran “exclusives” next day — no sources, of course (as usual) — precisely reflecting the words of the general...

    Intriguingly, there were more French soldiers...

  • Which is superior — Supreme Court or parliament?

    ISLAMABAD: The Senate Standing Committee on Finance on Wednesday was the scene of heated debate on a unique and pertinent question — which is superior, the Supreme Court or parliament?The argument was triggered by a resolution submitted to the committee by Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Senator Azam Khan Swati, demanding a briefing from the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) on parliamentarians who have availed themselves of tax relaxations under...

  • The college hostels which never hosted students

    According to the management, another major reason behind the reluctance of the students to go for the hostel was the establishment of colleges in the surroundings of Daska such as Bhopalwala and Jaamkey Cheema, which cater to rural students...

    Latif was escaping to Karachi in a train...

  • Footprints: ‘It was the PPP which beat the PPP'

    The contest has generated a lot of interest ever since Mirza set the tone for an anti-Zardari narrative in the mainstream media, coining the term ‘Zardari League’ — a reference to Chaudhry Shujaat’s PML-Q, created by Gen Pervez Musharraf — for the PPP, which is headed by his onetime school friend, Asif Ali Zardari, as co-chairman...

    Mirza’s victory is made all the more impressive by his somewhat unceremonious exit from the PPP, which...

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