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  • PM thanked for deciding to clear print media’s outstanding bills

    KARACHI: The All Pakistan Newspapers Society (APNS) and the Council of Pakistan Newspaper Editors (CPNE) have thanked Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif for deciding to clear outstanding bills, amounting to about Rs790 million, for the period 2008-12 payable to print media organisations by the federal information ministry, devolved ministries and federal government departments...

  • Govt aware of print media’s problems: minister

    ISLAMABAD: Finance Minister Asad Umar has informed the All Pakistan Newspapers Society (APNS) that the government is cognisant of print media’s problems...

    In the short term, he said, it was the government’s responsibility to help media houses ease the financial crisis they were facing...

  • SHC issues notices to provincial authorities on plea against non-payment of print media dues

    KARACHI: The Sindh High Court (SHC) on Thursday issued notices to the provincial advocate general, the chief secretary and the secretary of information department on a petition against non-payment of the government advertisements dues to the print media since 2005-06...

    The petition was filed by the Council of Pakistan Newspapers Editors (CPNE) through its secretary general Dr Abdul Jabbar Khattak against the provincial government for...

  • Evolution, social impact of performing arts discussed

    KARACHI: “Art should be accessible to everyone for it to be meaningful,” said Sheema Kermani, underscoring how performing arts in Pakistan are neglected and those who believe in their power for bringing about a positive change in society are struggling for their (arts’) sustenance...

    At a talk held on Wednesday at the Oxford bookshop on the book Gender, Politics, and Performance in South Asia, editors of the book — Kermani, Asif...

  • Notebook: Evolution of mobile phones

    THERE are a few areas in which Pakistan has taken a giant leap since independence and telecommunications is one of them...

    The arrival of the internet in Pakistan killed every kind of competition, be it the calling cards or the heavy mobile phones of yore that were difficult to carry...

  • For Trump, an overnight evolution on Syria

    President Donald Trump's sudden decision to order airstrikes against the Syrian government was an overnight evolution for a president who long warned against deeper American involvement in one of the world's most stubbornly violent conflicts...

  • Evolution of the disney princesses

    Let’s explore the evolution of Disney concepts more...

    If we look at Pocahontas and Mulan, they are the best examples of girls being underestimated and then becoming someone that surprise the people who didn’t believe in them...

  • US biochemist wins award for rewriting DNA to mimic evolution

    HELSINKI: US biochemical engineer Frances Arnold on Tuesday won a million-euro technology prize in Finland for her work on “directed evolution”, a method of rewriting DNA to improve medicines and develop green fuels...

    “Frances Arnold receives the 2016 Millennium Technology Prize in recognition of her discoveries that launched the field of ‘directed evolution’, which mimics natural evolution to create new and better proteins in the...

  • Analysis: The etymological evolution of 'IS'

    FOR governments, media outlets and academics the world over, a question continues to confound: what exactly do you call the militant outfit that currently controls considerable chunks of Iraq and Syria? What should it be out of IS/ISIS/ISIL/Daesh?We may ask what’s in a name? But there are issues of political correctness, legitimacy and accuracy at stake: many in the international community — especially in the Muslim world — do not want to...

  • Fast fashion to ethical couture: Vietnam’s design evolution

    CAO BANG: Long a bastion for cheap, fast-fashion manufacturing, a new crop of designers are trying to transform the Made in Vietnam label and save the country’s rich ethnic heritage in the process...

    In the remote hills of Cao Bang, some 300 kilometres north of the capital Hanoi, Vietnamese designer Thao Vu is gleefully dropping swaths of hand-spun cotton into a large bucket of fermented indigo leaves
  • The Evolution of disney's princes

    Quite recently, you read about the modest, charming, beautiful Disney princesses, who fell victim to evil stepmothers, witches or were under a curse, etc...

    , and their second half — ‘the do-nothing’ princes would usually appear at the climax of the story and rescue their beautiful damsels from the clutches of evil without doing much to beat the bad guys
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