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  • Pakistani baby suffering from cardiac ailment issued Indian medical visa

    Hours after Indian Minister for External Affairs Sushma Swaraj said that India will grant a medical visa to a newborn Pakistani, the Indian High Commission in Islamabad issued the visa to Rouhaan who is suffering from a cardiac ailment...

    "We will give medical visa for his treatment in India," Swaraj had said in a tweet on Tuesday after requests poured in from a number of Pakistani citizens on the platform...

  • PMA hails issuance of Indian medical visa to Pakistani child

    KARACHI: The Pakistan Medical Association appreciated the Indian government for issuing medical and neonatal visa to an ailing Pakistani boy...

    The Indian government had imposed unannounced ban on issuance of medical visas to Pakistani citizens, which chiefly affected those who had got approval from hospitals in Chennai and Delhi and were about to take their ailing children across the border...

  • India denies medical visa to Pakistani woman seeking cancer treatment

    The Indian Embassy has rejected the medical visa application of a 25-year-old Pakistani tumour patient who was due to travel to India for treatment, citing deteriorating relations between the two countries as the reason for refusal, the patient's mother told DawnNews on Friday...

    The hospital had invited Tanveer and her mother Parveen Akhtar to India for treatment, requesting a 20-day medical visa for the duration of their stay in the...

  • 'Crazy' hike in Saudi visa fees could impact business ties

    A seven-fold hike in visa fees to do business in Saudi Arabia risks deterring the foreign investment needed to transform its oil-dependent economy, diplomats and other sources say...

    But a senior Saudi business leader has dismissed such concerns, insisting the country's most sought-after business partners could easily afford the new charges...

  • Bangladesh battle for survival in Hyderabad Test

    HYDERABAD: India’s bowlers led by spinner Ravichandran Ashwin tightened the noose on Sunday on Bangladesh, who face an uphill battle for survival on a final-day track in the one-off Test in Hyderabad...

    Ashwin, who became the fastest bowler to claim 250 Test wickets during Bangladesh’s first innings, struck twice in the visitors’ chase to take his wickets tally to 252 in his 45th match...

  • 36 Tableeghi Jamaat members test positive in Hyderabad

    Authorities in Sindh on Monday reported 36 coronavirus cases of local transmission among members of the Tableeghi Jamaat in Hyderabad...

    Hyderabad now has 43 cases of Covid-19, out of which 36 cases were confirmed among the Jamaat members today, according to Meeran Yousuf, media coordinator to the Sindh health and population welfare minister...

  • 10 family members of Covid-19 infected cop test positive in Hyderabad

    HYDERABAD: Ten family members of a virus-infected policeman tested positive for Covid-19 on Wednesday, drawing calls from police authorities for conducting more tests in the locality where the cop’s family was living to avert further spread of the contagion...

    The six remaining patients belonged to districts other than Hyderabad where a total number of 19 patients were admitted to Liaquat University Hospital’s (LUH) isolation ward as...

  • Pakistan to export medical doctors to Saudi Arabia

    The attached department of Ministry of Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource Development, Overseas Employment Corporation (OEC) would send abroad the medical doctors to Saudi Arabia this month...

    Talking to APP on Wednesday, OEC Managing Director Perveez Ahmed Janjua said that the corporation will organise walk-in interview for the selection of consultants, specialists and resident doctors for Ministry of Health, Kingdom of Saudi...

  • Saudi medical students allowed to complete training in Canada

    OTTAWA: More than 1,000 Saudi medical students ordered to leave Canada because of a diplomatic row have been granted an extension that would allow them to complete their training, Ottawa confirmed on Tuesday...

    According to medical and university officials, the 1,053 students received notice of the reprieve from the Saudi education ministry...

  • Dope test: Yasir appears before medical panel as PCB vows ‘zero tolerance’

    LAHORE: Pakistan's suspended legspinner Yasir Shah has appeared before a medical panel tasked with determining why he failed a drug test, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) officials said Monday as they vowed “zero tolerance” toward doping...

    Shah, whose test was conducted on November 13 during the one-day series against England in the United Arab Emirates, has recently emerged as a match-winner in Test cricket and the world's...

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