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  • Three research journals from Khairpur’s SALU

    The journal has won accolades from scholars and the Higher Education Commission recently upgraded it from ‘Z’ category journals to ‘Y’ category for its high standards...

    These research journals, published from SALU’s arts faculty, supervised by Dr Khushk, are a good omen and one hopes other universities in Sindh will take a cue...

  • Psychological factor in India games hurting Pakistan’s blind team

    Whenever Pakistan and India engage on any front - whether it is politics or sports - emotions run high...

    Recently, when the two arch-rivals met each other in the final of the 1st Asia Cup for Blind at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Kochi on Jan 24, no one would have thought that the undefeated team of the tournament, Pakistan would go down so easily against India...

  • AWARDS: THE ‘ISH’ FACTOR

    Light blue against grey, the words “It’s Kazuo Ishiguro!” flashed on my computer screen...

    Reading this message, I was ready to prostrate myself before the Almighty in sheer gratitude
  • Sami shrugs off age factor, eyes good show against Zimbabwe

    KARACHI: Of all Pakistan players who have the honour of playing international cricket, the title of most enigmatic among the lot will rest with Mohammad Sami, the fast bowler who has been recalled for the two-match Twenty20 series against Zimbabwe...

    The right-arm speedster has been given yet another opportunity to resurrect what has been a chequered playing career for Pakistan after performing well for Karachi Dolphins in the recent...

  • The Maryam factor

    For sure, this outcome of the NA-120 by-election may not change the political dynamics of the country, but it will certainly have a significant impact on the future course of politics...

    Surely the Panama scandal did cast its shadow over the election, but it was not the determining factor...

  • X-SQUARE: THE MISYOU FACTOR

    Interestingly, Pakistan’s top three run-getters — Younis, Javed Miandad and Inzamamul Haq — are also the top catchers in that same order with 139, 93 and 81 against their names...

    The matter of personal glory apart, the departure of Misbah and Younis — aptly and popularly titled ‘MisYou’ by social media — is an ominous sign for Team Pakistan...

  • Cook cites ‘feel-good factor’ as Aussies eye comeback

    ”Meanwhile, England captain Alastair Cook said his team are riding the wave of a rare “feelgood factor” but have put their Cardiff success behind them and are looking only forward...

    “There’s been a feelgood factor in the summer, after a very good one day series and good Test series against New Zealand,” Cook said...

  • ‘Factor investing’ earns a place on the menu

    So-called ‘factor investing’ has jumped from the more recondite niches of the asset management sector and gone mainstream...

    “This is the new frontier,” says Andrew Ang, head of factor investing strategies at BlackRock and an academic in the field...

  • The NGO factor

    ”As the cut-off year comes to an end, caught up in their bids to garner sustained funding, NGOs in Pakistan seems to have missed out on a huge opportunity to become true partners in development...

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