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  • Pakistan drops to 6th position on ICC Test ranking chart

    The International Cricket Council (ICC) Monday placed Pakistan on 6th position in its Test ranking chart, down one step, as New Zealand replaced the country, reported ICC...

    "New Zealand has overtaken Pakistan to go up to fifth position in the MRF Tyres ICC Test Rankings after completing a 2-0 win over Bangladesh in their two-match series which culminated in Christchurch," said the report...

  • Germany to chart first civil defence plan since Cold War

    BERLIN: Germany will introduce its first civil defence strategy since the end of the Cold War, calling on the population to stockpile enough food and water for several days, according to a report on Sunday...

    The plan, which makes civilian backing of troops a priority while boosting the resilience of buildings and increasing capacity in the healthcare system, is due to be adopted by the government on Wedne­sday, according to the...
  • Allied, DHQ hospitals’ doctors to work at general hospital

    FAISALABAD: Under a stopgap arrangement, doctors of different specialties, attached with Allied and DHQ hospitals, will render their services at the outpatient department (OPD) of General Hospital, Ghulam Muhammadabad...

    Dr Tirmazi, who is also the chief executive officer of the PMC, Allied, DHQ hospitals, said Dr Aamir Shaukat had been appointed as the chief coordinator for specialist services at the General Hospital to keep a...

  • Faisalabad’s allied hospital specialists to work at general hospital

    FAISALABAD: Under a stopgap arrangement, doctors of different specialties, attached with Allied and DHQ hospitals, will render their services at the outpatient department (OPD) of General Hospital, Ghulam Muhammadabad...

    Dr Tirmazi, who is also the chief executive officer of the PMC, Allied, DHQ hospitals, said Dr Aamir Shaukat had been appointed as the chief coordinator for specialist services at the General Hospital to keep a...

  • Allied Bank creating room for expansion

    With its core business sailing smoothly, Allied Bank appears to be now gearing to invest in technological and infrastructure upgrades and alternative revenue streams to prop up future earnings...

    Unsurprisingly, this was primarily a result of the 13pc quarterly rise in the bank’s overall portfolio of Pakistan Investment Bonds (PIBs), which went from around Rs264bn to Rs297...

  • Allied’s faulty MRI machine the bane of patients

    FAISALABAD: Frequent malfunctioning of the sole Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) machine at the Allied Hospital is creating problems for the patients as well as the administration...

    Except Allied none of the other state-run hospital in the city has the MRI test facility...

  • Allied, DHQ hospitals’ doctors observe strike

    FAISALABAD: Outpatient departments of the Allied and DHQ hospitals presented a deserted look on Wednesday as their doctors observed a full-day strike for the arrest of PML-N office-bearer Pervaiz Kamoka...

    They chanted slogans for pay raise, implementation of service structure, including promotions, construction of lady doctors hostel at the Allied Hospital and arrest of Kamoka...

  • MNAs from PTI’s four allied parties to ‘share grievances’ with PM

    GUJRAT: The lawmakers belonging to the four major allied parties of the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf have decided to meet Prime Minister Imran Khan to share their grievances with him once the budget gets approved by the National Assembly, sources told Dawn on Wednesday...

    The National Assembly members belonging to the Pakistan Muslim League-Quiad (PML-Q), Grand Democratic Alliance (GDA), Balochistan Awami Party (BAP) and the...

  • World Bank projects Pakistan’s GDP growth rate at 5.5pc for 2017-18

    KARACHI: The World Bank projects that Pakistan’s GDP growth rate will be 5...

    In its Pakistan Development Update, a biannual publication shedding light on the state of the economy and its future prospects, the global lender said the economic growth rate projection assumes that oil prices would increase slightly and that “political and security risks will be managed”...

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