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  • IndiGo drops plan to buy Air India

    NEW DELHI: India’s largest airline IndiGo has pulled out of the race to acquire national carrier Air India, dealing a blow to the government’s privatisation campaign...

    Indigo told the Bombay Stock Exchange late on Thursday that it was interested only in Air India’s international routes and not its domestic operations...

  • ‘Karachi needs a pluralistic vision’

    KARACHI: A nostalgia-filled keynote speech by writer Haseena Moin nicely set the tone for the second day of the 7th Karachi Conference at the Institute of Business Administration on Saturday...

    Her father was transferred to Pindi, and before that one of his friends made them stay in Karachi for a couple of days where they got to see trams, camels and donkey-driven carts, and also got to hear a flutist play the flute beautifully... ...

  • Saudi-led troops in ‘limited Yemen deployment’

    ADEN: The Saudi-led coalition battling Houthi rebels in Yemen sent a ‘limited’ force to the city of Aden on Sunday, Yemeni sources said...

    “A limited coalition force entered Aden and another force is on its way”, a Yemeni government official in Aden said...

  • Senate clears limited liability partnership bill

    ISLAMABAD: The Senate on Wednesday approved the Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) Bill 2017, which is considered an updated and internationally acceptable business vehicle for entrepreneurs with limited capital...

    The proposed law is expected to fill the gaps between business firms such as sole proprietorships or partnerships, the liability of whose partners is unlimited, and the companies governed under the Companies Ordinance of...

  • Traders protest against ‘limited powers’ given to Rangers

    KARACHI: Policemen virtually outnumbered the traders who converged on a road leading to the Sindh Assembly building to lodge their protest on Thursday against the ‘limited powers’ given to Rangers...

    The protesting traders were holding placards and banners inscribed with slogans eulogising the Rangers personnel for ‘their efforts that normalised the law and order situation in Karachi’...

  • ‘Female sex workers have reported relatively limited prevalence of HIV’

    KARACHI: The United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) has discussed the problem of HIV/Aids prevalence in Sindh with particular emphasis on Karachi with the governor, the chief minister and other senior officials of Sindh to adopt the ‘Fast-Track City approach’ over the next five years to end Aids epidemic by 2030, officials said on Thursday...

    In its report presented to the provincial authorities, the UNAIDS said Karachi was...

  • Limited liability partnership

    THE ‘Limited Liability Partnership Bill, 2016’ has been taken up by the National Assembly Standing Committee on Finance...

    The Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) is the mode of establishing small scale partnerships under a new form of business structure...

  • ToR won’t be limited to Panama leaks: NA speaker

    LAHORE: National As­­sembly Speaker Sardar Ayaz Sadiq has indicated that the ruling PML-N will never accept the opposition’s de­­mand for restricting the terms of reference to the Panama Papers leaks...

    “The ToR will not remain restricted to just Panama leaks, rather it will also encompass bank loans de­­fault and corruption cases,” Mr Sadiq told journalists outside the residence of former prime minister Yousuf Raza Gilani in Defence...
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