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  • Competitive exams

    The public service commissions should ensure that competitive examinations are theory-based, thereby encouraging learning culture as well...

    This would benefit the competitive equilibrium also...

  • ‘PSL 2018 would be more competitive than first two editions’

    KARACHI: Former national chief selector Salahuddin Ahmed Sallu hopes that the third season of the fast-rising Pakistan Super League (PSL) would offer more competitive edge than the first two editions of the franchise-based T20 league with Multan Sultans expanding the league to a six-team event...

    “Imran Tahir, of course, is as recognisable as Yasir Shah and played a lot in Pakistan before migrating to South Africa...

  • Competitive card drawn for Lahore races today

    LAHORE: A competitive card of six events has been drawn up for the second Lahore Summer Meeting which gets under way at the Racecourse here on Sunday,The current wave of hot weather gripping the provincial metropolis city of Lahore has resulted in sharply reducing the numerical strength of runner as in all, only 55 horses have accepted to line up for the events, Four races will be contested over the sprinting distance of 900 metres and two...

  • Patron’s Grade-II to be made more competitive: Zaheer

    KARACHI: Former first-class cricketer and head of Dollar East Zaheer Ahmed who met PCB chairman Shaharyar M Khan in Lahore last Tuesday said the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is fully focused to strengthen the domestic cricket structure of the country at all levels which will help raise the standard of our players and enhance its competitiveness...

  • Anti-competitive practices

    To the extent that the threat of an ‘exit’ becomes ineffective, competitive pressures on schools become less effective...

    If schools are using these charges as ways of reducing the effects of competition, should the Competition Commission of Pakistan not be looking at some of these ‘fees’ and charges in more detail? Keeping an eye on the use of anti-competitive measures to the detriment of developing markets, competitors, or...

  • Zimbabweans shrug off security fears, gear up for competitive cricket

    LAHORE: The fog has cleared as the Zimbabwe squad finally landed here on Tuesday morning to play two Twenty20s and three ODIs, and with it Pakistan has come out of a six-year- long isolation from international cricket...

    “Though security in Pakistan is a major cause of concern but I am sure we will have a very good experience here and will go back after enjoying good cricket...

  • Amir makes fine return to competitive cricket as Rams win

    KARACHI: Previously tainted Pakistan paceman Mohammad Amir made a fairytale entry into the major realm of domestic cricket when he claimed a wicket with the first legitimate ball he delivered in the Cool & Cool presents Haier Super 8 T20 Cup on Monday...

    But followed was a total mayhem as Hammad Azam, playing his first competitive game since the start of February while battling fitness issues, grabbed career-best figures of 4-12 in...

  • Textile association wants competitive environment

    ISLAMABAD: The chairman of the All Pakistan Textile Mills Association (APTMA) on Sunday called for a more competitive business environment in the country to boost the country’s exports...

    According to Mr Haq, Pakistan needed an export led growth for economic stability in the country...

  • Stokes thrives on competitive cricket

    LONDON: Ben Stokes thrives on his battles with some of the sport’s most competitive players as it tends to bring out the best in the feisty England all-rounder, who is hoping to recover quickly from his nightmare end to the World Twenty20 tournament...

    It’s always been there, that competitive instinct...

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