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  • NAP brings down incidence of heinous offences

    The data showed a vivid picture in regard to crime against persons in Pakistan as the total murder incidents decreased manifold largely due to the country-wide execution of the convicts, particularly the terrorists belonging to the banned organisations...

    Punjab being the most populous province of Pakistan with approximately 56pc of the country’s total population showed an unprecedented decline in murder cases under the NAP...

  • Incidence of hunger falling in Asia-Pacific: FAO

    BANGKOK: The proportion of people suffering from hunger in the Asia-Pacific region has fallen by half in the last 25 years, the United Nation’s food body said on Thursday...

    Using 1990 as a base year, when about 24 per cent of the population in the region was undernourished, the Food and Agriculture Organisation said the percentage has been cut to 12 per cent, enabling the region to meet the UN’s ambitious Millennium Development Goals to...
  • Alarm over high incidence of HIV/Aids

    KARACHI: The metropolis is home to 47 per cent of HIV/Aids patients living across Pakistan, with a significant number of those affected by the deadly disease living in Saddar, Baldia, Korangi and SITE, said country director of the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV and Aids (UNAids) Marc Saba on Friday...

    He said UNAids was there to help control the deadly disease in Karachi where its incidence was alarmingly high...

  • Peshawar has highest HIV incidence in KP

    The speakers, including Dr Jamal Akbar, Dr Abdul Latif, Dr Attaullah Khan, Dr Mohammad Dost, Dr Jamil and Dr Idress, said treatment and preventive measures could help reduce the growing HIV/AIDS incidence in the province...

    Another expert, Dr Attaullah, said the Pakistan was in a concentrated phase of the epidemic, which meant HIV was concentrated among certain population groups...

  • Incidence of drug addiction growing in Mohmand

    GHALANAI: More and more people, especially youths, are becoming drug addicts in Haleemzai tehsil of Mohmand Agency due to the easy availability of narcotics in local bazaars, local residents insist...

    However, the local administration says it is set to crack down on the sale of drugs
  • WHO team arrives in city to investigate HIV incidence in Larkana

    A meeting between officials of the Sindh government and the WHO team would be held on Wednesday (today), a day before the latter would leave for Larkana to witness the havoc created by the rampant incidence of HIV, particularly in its Ratodero town...

    Prior to this outbreak, there were just over 1,200 children diagnosed with HIV and [were] receiving antiretroviral treatment in the whole of Pakistan,” said the WHO official...

  • Samsung, Apple keep top market share

    WASHINGTON: Samsung and Apple maintained their leadership in the smartphone market in early 2017 while Chinese-based Huawei’s strong growth cemented its number three position, a market tracker said Thursday...

    ”Reith said the 2017 market will feel the impact of the new Samsung Galaxy S8 flagship handset, and a widely expected announcement from Apple for its new iPhone later this year...

  • Crisis-hit Samsung pulls plug on troubled device

    SEOUL: Samsung on Tuesday pulled the final plug on its troubled Galaxy Note 7 smartphone, permanently discontinuing production of the flagship device that has been mired in a disastrous recall over exploding batteries...

    The move sent Samsung’s share price into a steep dive and, once the markets had closed, the company announced it was scrapping the model entirely...

  • Samsung Electronics CEO resigns, even as record profits expected

    The CEO of Samsung Electronics Kwon Oh-Hyun resigned Friday, saying the South Korean tech giant was facing an “unprecedented crisis”, even as it expected profits to hit an all-time high in the third quarter...

    Kwon's resignation comes as the company struggles to overcome a bribery scandal that sent Lee Jae-Yong, its de-facto head and heir to the Samsung empire, to jail...

  • Samsung okay to test self-driving cars in California

    Samsung Electronics has joined the self-driving car race in California with a permit from the state to test the technology on the home turf of Tesla, Google, and Apple...

    Samsung Electronics early this year got approval in South Korea to test the technology on roads in that country, according to media there...

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