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    Karachi University Vacancies In Ethiopia

  • Migrants help German firms fill training vacancies

    Vacancies for training positions have reached their highest level in more than 20 years with more than a third of companies unable to fill their training spots...

    But its popularity is waning at home as young people increasingly prefer the higher status of a university degree...

  • Rashid announces plan to fill 10,000 vacancies in railways

    LAHORE: Pakistan Rail­ways will have a ‘sub-headquarters’ in Karachi to boost its freight sector...

    “Karachi is the hub of business and it is the need of the hour to make a sub-headquarters of the PR there to facilitate traders and businessman,” said Minister for Railways Sheikh Rashid Ahmed at a news conference at the railways headquarters here on Saturday...

  • MQM-P questions hiring of private firm to fill vacancies in Sindh govt

    KARACHI: The credibility of a private organisation tasked by the Sindh government to select candidates for recruitment in government departments through tests has been questioned by the opposition Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan, it emerged on Monday...

    According to the website of the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan, the Sindh Testing Service (Pvt) Limited was incorporated at SECP’s Karachi office on Jan 21, 2015...

  • ‘Hundreds’ dead in Ethiopia ethnic clashes

    ADDIS ABABA: Clashes that erupted in Ethiopia this month between two of the country’s largest ethnic groups have killed hundreds of people and displaced thousands, the government said on Monday...

    Ethiopia is divided into ethnically-based federal regions and the Oromo and Somali people have for years argued over who controls arable land along their shared border...

  • Ethiopia’s democracy put to the test in general election

    ADDIS ABABA: Ethiopia, Africa’s second-most populous country, holds a general election on Sunday, the first since the death of long-time strongman Meles Zenawi whose successor Hailemariam Desalegn is seen as all but certain to stay in office...

    Rights groups routinely accuse Ethiopia of clamping down on opposition supporters and journalists and using antiterrorism laws to silence dissent and jail critics...

  • Ethiopia warns Eritrea after border clash

    ARCH-RIVALS Ethiopia and Eritrea traded blame on Tuesday for one of the fiercest border clashes since a 1998-2000 war, with Addis Ababa warning any further conflict is “up to Asmara”...

    Open-ended, compulsory national service makes Eritrea one of the world’s most militarised nations, but with just five million citizens it is dwarfed by Ethiopia, Africa’s second most populous nation with some 96 million people...

  • Obama draws criticism for saying Ethiopia is democratic

    NAIROBI: Ethiopian opposition figures and some other African activists on Tuesday criticised a remark by President Barack Obama that Ethiopia, whose ruling party won every seat in parliament in May elections, has a “democratically elected” government...

    Obama, who made the comment during a news conference with Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn on Monday, departed Ethiopia to end a two-nation African trip that included a...

  • Eyeing the stars: Ethiopia’s space programme

    ENTOTO: High above the crowded streets of Addis Ababa, among fields where farmers lead oxen dragging wooden ploughs, sits Ethiopia’s space programme...

    Operational for only a few months, the specialised equipment — the first in eastern Africa — has propelled Ethiopia into an elite club of African countries to have embarked on a space programme...

  • Armed group kills over 140 in Ethiopia

    ADDIS ABABA: An Ethiopian official says that armed groups have killed more than 140 civilians near Ethiopia’s border with South Sudan...

    The attackers came from South Sudan and killed civilians, including women and children, Getachew Reda, Ethiopia’s communications minister, said on Saturday...

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