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  • LWMC to help Quetta municipality

    LAHORE: The Lahore Waste Management Company (LWMC) will help the Quetta municipality develop its waste management system, LWMC Managing Director Khalid Majeed told Dawn on Thursday...

    The prospects of the working emerged when Quette Mayor Kaleemullah Khan met the LWMC management, including chairman Khwaja Ahmed Hassan, in Lahore on Thursday and sought help to improve the solid waste management system of Quetta...

  • LWMC head, DC at loggerheads over ‘intervention’ in company

    LAHORE: A war of words has started between the Lahore Waste Management Company (LWMC) managing director (MD) and the Lahore deputy commissioner (DC) over jurisdiction of both the authorities and affairs of the company...

    The LWMC MD blames the DC, who also heads LWMC boards of directors (BoD), for intervening in operational affairs of the company without any lawful authority...

  • 2014 World Cup: ‘Guardiola wanted to coach Brazil's national team’

    SAO PAULO: Pep Guardiola wanted to coach Brazil at last year's World Cup but local football officials were afraid that fans wouldn't like having a foreign coach in charge of the national team, Barcelona defender Daniel Alves said Tuesday...

    “Pep said he wanted to make Brazil a World Cup champion and had an entire strategy to make us a world champion,” Alves said in an interview with ESPN Brasil...

  • India needs more jobs for women to boost growth: World Bank

    NEW DELHI: India must reverse a trend of falling women’s participation in the job market if it is to achieve its ambition of double-digit growth, the World Bank said on Monday...

    India is the world’s fastest growing major economy, but has one of the lowest rates of female employment, a trend that has worsened over the last decade...

  • Saudi reserves dip $49bn from end-2014

    RIYADH: Saudi Arabia’s foreign currency reserves dropped by $49 billion in the first four months of 2015 following the dive in world oil prices, a report said on Monday...

    The reserves, piled up in the past decade due to high crude prices, dropped from $732bn at the end of 2014 to $683bn at the end of April, Saudi firm Jadwa Research said in a report...

  • CTD official summoned with record of 2014 school attack case

    PESHAWAR: A Peshawar High Court bench has summoned the counter-terrorism department’s DSP (investigation) along with the relevant records over a plea of the father of a student martyred in the 2014 Peshawar Army Public School carnage that his statement be recorded by the agency probing the killings...

    Meanwhile, the bench also adjourned hearing into another petition filed by slain APS student Asfand Khan’s father, advocate Ajun Khan,...

  • ATC orders Imran Khan to record statement in 2014 PTV attack cases

    An Anti-Terrorism court (ATC) in Islamabad on Friday ordered Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan to record his statement in four cases — including the Asmatullah Junejo assault case — registered after the PTI's months-long 2014 dharna which left the capital city paralysed...

    "Referring to this 2014 dharna, Khan claimed the sit-in was "politically driven"...

  • Banks earned record Rs247bn in 2014

    KARACHI: Banking industry’s pre-tax profit surged by 52 per cent to an all-time high of Rs247 billion in 2014 thanks to their huge investments in government securities, the State Bank said on Thursday...

    In its quarterly report ‘Performance of Banking Industry’ for Oct-Dec 2014, the SBP said, “Banks holding of government securities surged to Rs4...

  • Developing Asia invested $440bn in other countries in 2014: UNCTAD

    The report revealed that Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) outflows from developing Asia increased by a third to $440 billion in 2014, followed by North America ($390bn) and Europe ($286bn)...

    The UNCTAD report said that Hong Kong and China were the second and the third largest investors in the world, after the United States which remained the largest single source of outward FDI...

  • Report finds nearly 70,000 cases of violence against children in 2014

    Titled The State of Pakistan’s Children – 2014, the report prepared by the Society for the Protection of the Rights of the Child (Sparc) was formally launched by its representatives Kashif Bajeer and Zahid Thebo at a hotel...

    Quoting figures from an independent report, Sahil’s Cruel Numbers Report 2014, Sparc stated that 1,786 cases of sexual assault against children — 1,172 committed against girls and the remaining 614 involving...

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