Pakistan News

    Mode 21 Furnishers Pakistan

  • ‘Pakistan must come out of UAE mode to counter NZ’: Sallu

    KARACHI: Former chief selector Salahuddin Ahmed Sallu on Tuesday said Pakistan team will have to prepare really hard for their upcoming ODI and T20 series in New Zealand which will be very tough, adding the playing conditions will be drastically different from the UAE, where the national team have been playing most of their matches for quite a few years now...

    ”So we have to come out of the UAE mode to counter the Kiwis...

  • Teachers switch to demo mode

    LAHORE: The Punjab Muttahida Mahaz Asatiza decided on Sunday to launch a province-wise protest from April 14 as the government had been turning a deaf ear to ‘just’ demands of teachers for the last couple of months...

    “The protest campaign will be launched with a massive rally at Multan’s Nawan Shehr Chowk,” central secretary general Kashif Shahzad said at an emergent meeting of the Mahaz representatives from all over the province, here...
  • ‘Pipeline is the cheapest and safest mode for oil transportation’

    “Pipeline is the cheapest, safest and securest mode of [petrol, oil and lubricants] POL transportation, but Pakistan has not been able to transform this advantage to its own benefit,” OCAC Chief Executive Officer Ilyas Fazil said in a conversation with Dawn...

    OCAC chief executive says existing road tankers must comply with safety standardsAround 61 per cent of POL transport in Pakistan is being done via road, pipeline accounts for...

  • Accountability court episode: PML-N ‘confrontational mode’ riles Shahbaz

    LAHORE: Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif may not name those who in his view had ill-advised his elder brother to confront the military and judiciary but he and the like-minded group in the PML-N do want ousted premier Nawaz Sharif to revisit the policy in keeping with the demand of the day...

    According to a party insider, Shahbaz’s outburst against some ‘advisers’ to Nawaz has come in the backdrop of Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal’s strong...
  • Law lacks mode of service of tax notices

    KARACHI: Pakistan Tax Bar Association (PTBA) has drawn the Federal Board of Revenue’s (FBR) attention towards a deficiency in the law for ensuring proper service of notices and other documents on resident taxpayers...

    The tax bar maintained that such decisions made by the department are illegal and not sustainable in the eyes of the law because as per current practice only notices and other documents served on the resident taxpayers...

  • PPP goes into damage-control mode

    ISLAMABAD: In what appeared to be a turn towards damage control-mode, the PPP made overtures on Thursday to reach out to the country’s political leadership following an outburst by Co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari, who took army generals to task on Tuesday for allegedly interfering in matters outside their constitutional ambit...

    “Ayub, Zia, Yahya and Musharraf are the faces of tyranny that have harmed Pakistan the most,” he said, adding...

  • Ministry in denial mode, but power outages continue

    ISLAMABAD: Even as reports of power failures continued to pour in from various parts of the country, the government claimed on Sunday that it had controlled the situation and that there was no ‘forced loadshedding’ for domestic customers...

    “There is no domestic loadshedding throughout the country,” Water and Power Secretary Younas Dagha said in an official statement issued by the ministry
  • YDA again in protest mode

    LAHORE:Young doctors held demonstrations all over the province in order to press the government for the acceptance of their demands...

    In the provincial capital, the medics blocked many major roads causing a great deal of inconvenience to motorists and patients who could not reach hospitals due to traffic mess
  • PTI in ‘go Nawaz go’ mode

    LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf chairman Imran Khan has announced reinforcing party’s legal and peaceful movement – this time to ensure that the “Mughal-i-Azam (a reference to the prime minister) should be tried in court like any ordinary citizen...

    “This is again a defining moment for Pakistan to break shackles and ensure that justice should prevail leading to prosperity for everyone in the country,” he said while addressing...

  • ‘Crisis-mode PM’ looks up to Erdogan for inspiration

    When asked whether the topic came up regularly at top-level discussions, he said, “Yes, the unelected aides to the prime minister have been making comparisons between Pakistan and Turkey and he does buy their arguments...

    In Pakistan, unfortunately, repeated military interventions had not allowed for the political processes to mature as they should have...

  • More
Back to top