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  • NA body briefed on genetically modified crops

    ISLAMABAD: The Nat­ional Assembly’s Standing Committee on National Food Security and Research on Thursday was briefed on the prospects for the introduction of genetically modified (GM) food crops in the country...

    The report enlisted the consequences that have health and environment impact as per stakeholder and would also hit exports since a major corn oil producer now marketing its product in Pakistan had conveyed to authorities...

  • NA body briefed on genetically modified crops

    ISLAMABAD: The Nat­ional Assembly’s Standing Committee on National Food Security and Research on Thursday was briefed on the prospects for the introduction of genetically modified (GM) food crops in the country...

    The report enlisted the consequences that have health and environment impact as per stakeholder and would also hit exports since a major corn oil producer now marketing its product in Pakistan had conveyed to authorities...

  • Senators allege bribery as development portfolio modified post budget

    ISLAMABAD: A Senate Panel on Monday termed as ‘bribery’ the induction of 42 projects in the development portfolio after the approval of the federal budget 2019-20 by the parliament and took strong exception to non-cooperation of the Ministry of Planning in investigating the matter...

    A three-member sub-committee led by Mir Kabir Ahmad Shahi and comprising Usman Kakar and Eng Rukhsana Zubairi was constituted by the Senate Standing...
  • Car sales surge ahead, cross 150,000 mark

    KARACHI: Car manufacturers had a blissful 2014-15 as they saw sales jump to 151,134 units from 118,102 in the preceding fiscal year...

    The launch of new Toyota Corolla brought a big relief to its assembler, pushing up the company’s sales to 51,398 units from 29,087 and also making a positive impact in overall sales figures, Pakistan Automotive Manufacturers Association (PAMA) said on Friday...

  • Mark Coles appointed coach for Pakistan women's cricket ahead of NZ series

    Kiwi coach Mark Coles has been appointed to coach the Pakistan women's cricket team ahead of their series against New Zealand women next month, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Najam Sethi confirmed on Monday...

    Coles, who was appointed at the suggestion of Pakistan head coach Mickey Arthur, has held several coaching jobs in New Zealand's Northern Districts region and is currently on leave to pursue his international interests......

  • Young leggie Usama ready to make his mark in Pakistan cricket

    KARACHI: A pair of 19-year-olds played a major part in helping Sialkot Stallions win the Super 8 T20 Cup tournament in Faisalabad prior to the arrival of Zimbabwe cricket team for the first full-fledged international series in Pakistan since the ghastly attack on the Sri Lankan Test team in March 2009...

    Usama was the leading wicket-taker in the Super 8 T20 Cup with 11 victims to emerge as one of the brightest prospects in Pakistan...

  • Pakistan’s Liaqat Ali keen to make his mark in international events

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s fastest male athlete Liaqat Ali is hopeful of performing brilliantly in the IAAF World Championships in Beijing as well as the upcoming South Asian Games...

    The national record holder in both 100 and 200 metres race, Liaqat is undergoing extensive training here at the Sports Complex and is confident about making his mark in the two events...

  • Musharraf threatened Benazir before her return to Pakistan: Mark Siegel

    RAWALPINDI: American journalist and lobbyist Mark Siegel testified before an anti-terrorism court that former president General (retd) Pervez Musharraf had barred former prime minister Benazir Bhutto from coming back to Pakistan, DawnNews reported on Thursday...

    Siegel, who was also Benazir's friend, recorded in his statement that “Musharraf had told Benazir her life would be in danger if she returns to Pakistan...

  • No shortage of women's cricket talent in Pakistan: Mark Coles

    Pakistan women's cricket team coach Mark Coles has said there is no dearth of talent in the country and that with the right coaching, new prospects can be groomed and the ranking of the team improved...

    Talking to the media, Mark Coles stated that he was very happy to be the coach of the women's cricket team, adding that he was trying his best to prepare them well for the upcoming tour of Sri Lanka...

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