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  • Artichive: ‘La Familia’

    The painting was originally known as ‘La Familia’ (The Family) when Diego Velázquez, a leading artist of the Spanish Golden Age, painted it in 1656, at the royal court of Spain...

  • Primary school children in KP to get tablets

    PESHAWAR: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Minister for Education Mohammad Atif Khan on Friday said the provincial government in collaboration with national and international organisations was planning to introduce information technology at primary schools to bring them at par with the private educational institutions...

    Speaking at a meeting of education officers, IT experts and officials of Telenor mobile company here, he said the KP government...

  • Khyber residents get water purification tablets

    LANDI KOTAL: The Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf, Khyber chapter, on Monday distributed seven million water purification tablets to the residents of Landi Kotal here...

    PTI local leader Shahid Khan Shinwari distributed the tablets among representatives of different tribes during a ceremony held at the local press club...

  • Nokia to make mobile, tablets comeback

    HELSINKI: Nokia, once the world’s top mobile phone maker, on Wednesday announced its return to the fiercely competitive handsets and tablets market years after being crushed there by Samsung and Apple...

    Nokia, which is now a leading telecom equipment maker, said it would license its brand to a new Finnish company which will produce phones and tablets under the Nokia name...

  • Roman writing tablets reveal early London life

    MORE than 400 Roman writing tablets have been unearthed in the heart of London, shedding light on the commerce-driven life in what would become the city of London, archaeologists said on Wednesday...

    The wooden tablets contain the earliest surviving written reference to London, and the earliest dated handwritten document from Britain: Jan 8, AD57 — less than 14 years after the Roman invasion...

  • UAE airline to lend tablets to work around ban

    NEW YORK: The Etihad Airways has come up with a novel idea to work around the bar placed by the Trump administration on carrying of electronic devices like smartphones and tablets on US-bound flights from 10 airports in the Middle East and North Africa...

    It has decided to lend tablets to the first and business class passengers for use during its flights...

  • The rise and fall of vegetable prices in Pakistan

    THE ongoing hike in tomato prices is a chilling reminder of the structural problems facing the marketing of perishable food items in Pakistan...

    Tomato and onion prices peaked before and during Eidul Azha, which also coincided with heavy rains in Sindh this year...

  • Drug prices in Pakistan among world’s lowest, claim manufacturers

    LAHORE: Joint efforts of the pharmaceutical industry and the Drug Regulatory Authority of Pakistan (DRAP) to ensure availability of affordable, quality drugs in the country had improved access of patients to several critical drugs, including thyroxine and anti-TB drugs, the Pharma Bureau and the Pakistan Pharmaceutical Manufa-cturers Association (PPMA) said on Wednesday...

    In a statement, the two organisations refuted recent media...

  • Pakistan’s sugar exports to further depress world prices

    LONDON: An influx of 500,000 tonnes of Pakistani sugar exports will intensify competition with Indian mills and Middle Eastern refineries, adding downward pressure to world prices, trade sources said on Wednesday...

    Pakistan will export 500,000 tonnes of sugar with a subsidy of Rs13,000 per tonne, a Finance Ministry official confirmed to Reuters on Wednesday...

  • Supply crunch keeps cotton prices higher

    KARACHI: Cotton prices rose for the fourth consecutive session on Saturday as spinners kept chasing quality lint to meet their export orders...

    As the current season (2014-15) is drawing to a close, the dwindling cotton stocks with ginners have become a cause of concern for spinners who have to meet their export commitments in cotton yarn...

  • End to Iran sanctions may bring down oil prices further

    RIYADH: If oil-related sanctions against Iran are lifted, world oil prices next year could be $5 to $15 a barrel lower than the current forecasts, the US Energy Information Agency (EIA) is projecting...

    “A lifting of sanctions against Iran, should a comprehensive nuclear agreement be concluded, could significantly change the forecast for oil supply, demand, and prices,” good, old friend Adam Sieminski, the EIA Administrator, said in a...

  • Documents show PFF sold 2014 World Cup tickets at inflated prices

    He’d paid almost double the prices for tickets to a few of the World Cup matches for his sons and few of their friends but he was yet to get them...

    33 involving Brazil and Cameroon in Brasilia on June 23, 11 days after the World Cup had kicked off in spectacular style at Sao Paulo’s Arena Corinthians with a star-studded opening ceremony featuring J-Lo and Pitbull...

  • Traders slap Rs10 on milk prices

    KARACHI: An official crackdown on milk sellers on Monday landed many of them behind bars for arbitrarily enhancing milk prices once again by Rs10 per litre, yet most people may have to purchase the commodity at the new price of Rs90 to Rs95 per litre as the wholesalers and retailers are not ready to bring down the prices on their own...

    The wholesalers claimed that dairy farmers had increased the rate of milk from Rs73 to Rs84 per...

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