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    Hyderabad Express Train Number Puzzle

  • The Modi puzzle

    THREE years into his tenure as prime minister, Narendra Modi is riding high...

    With the next election due in 2019 even Modi’s opponents expect him to win a second term quite possibly with an increased majority
  • The growth puzzle

    THE increased production of goods and services in an expanding domestic economy is generally expected to improve the quality of life of its people...

    That explains much of the policymakers focus on economic growth as measured by GDP
  • Nobel prize for solving puzzle of neutrino particles

    STOCKHOLM: A Japanese and a Canadian won the 2015 Nobel Prize for Physics on Tuesday for discovering that elusive subatomic particles called neutrinos have mass, opening a new window into the fundamental nature of the universe...

    Neutrinos are the second most bountiful particles after photons (which carry light) with trillions of them streaming through our bodies every second, but their true nature has been poorly understood
  • Changes in courses by FBISE puzzle students, teachers

    SWABI: The local teachers and students have termed the decisions of Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) about changes in courses of secondary school certificate and higher secondary school certificate examinations ‘strange’ and ‘untimely’...

    The teachers of the local schools and colleges, affiliated with FBISE, told Dawn here on Thursday that they informed the students about the revised scheme of studies though...
  • ‘Pakistan, India, China, US part of South Asia’s N-puzzle’

    WASHINGTON: Pakistan’s security threat comes from India, which has moved to a new strategy of conducting surgical strikes inside Pakistan, says a new study which also warns that despite nuclearisation, the possibility of another war in the region cannot be ruled out...

    The 15-month study project by a Washington think-tank, the Brookings Institution, focuses on the “strategic chain” linking Pakistan, India, China and the US
  • The PTI puzzle

    IMRAN KHAN, supreme leader of the PTI and would-be national conscience against corruption, is an individual of many words and frequent speeches...

    Seemingly, every day, in some part or the other of the country, via some medium or the other, on some stage high or low, Mr Khan speaks to his supporters, the undecided and the very nation itself
  • Number of coronavirus patients in Hyderabad on the decline

    HYDERABAD: Burden of novel coronavirus patients on Hyderabad has now lessened considerably in last 24 hours with departure of people from districts other than Sindh’s...

    Most of them happened to be Tableeghi Jamaat members from upcountry and foreign lands including Indonesia, China, Malaysia and Philippines who have now left Hyderabad safely...

  • Seven coaches get detached from running express train

    LAHORE/MULTAN: Already in operational and financial throes, Pakistan Railways faced an embarrassing situation on Wednesday when seven coaches of the Rawalpindi-bound Pakistan Express got detached from other rakes near Faridabad, some three kilometers from Khanewal station...

    A railway official said when the train reached near Faridabad at about 9:30am, the coupling joining the coaches No-3 and 4 broke suddenly, leaving the running...

  • 2 dead, several injured as train derailed near Hyderabad

    Two people were killed and a few others were injured when a train derailed near Hyderabad on Thursday, Edhi volunteers and hospital staff said...

    The Lahore-bound Jinnah Express, which had departed from Karachi, rammed into a goods train which was stationary on the tracksDetails to follow...

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