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  • MPA, college staff clash over girls’ admission issue

    KOHAT: MPA Ziaullah Bangash and administration of the government girls degree college, KDA, here have filed complaints with police against each other following altercation and alleged manhandling...

    KDA police said that like previous years the problem of shortage of seats again surfaced at the degree college, which led to the beating of staff allegedly by the brother, nephew and bodyguard of the MPA...

  • Islamia college asked to explain denial of admission

    PESHAWAR: The Peshawar High Court on Monday asked the administration of the historical Islamia College Peshawar to formally respond to a petition against denial of admission to a female student on sports quota...

    During the hearing into a petition of Mahnoor Khan, a bench comprising Justice Nisar Hussain and Justice Mrs Irshad Qaisar issued directions for the college’s director (admissions) to explain position on the matter in written...

  • National Assembly Strategic Plan 2015-2018 set to be launched tomorrow

    ISLAMABAD: The National Assembly for the first time in its history will launch National Assembly Strategic Plan (NASP) 2015-2018 tomorrow (Monday)...

    This strategic plan has been made under the supervision of Speaker National Assembly Sardar Ayaz Sadiq, who formed a Strategic Planning Oversight Committee (SPOC), with representation from all major political parties, to ensure sustainability and continuity of previous useful measures......

  • Arts Council’s youth festival begins on May 23

    KARACHI: This year’s second youth festival organised by the Arts Council of Pakistan Karachi in collaboration with the I Am Karachi initiative will be held from May 23 to May 30...

    In that regard, he said, the Arts Council had an important role to play...

  • Karachi City of Lights festival brings a glow to arts

    A joint effort of the Citizens Archive of Pakistan (CAP) and ‘I AM Karachi’, the Karachi City of Lights Festival brought a glowing radiance to performing and visual arts at the Fomma Trust-Art Centre at Zamzama Park on Friday...

    CAP’s executive director Swaleha Alam Shahzada shared that the aim of the festival was to give room to tolerant activities through arts...

  • Evolution, social impact of performing arts discussed

    KARACHI: “Art should be accessible to everyone for it to be meaningful,” said Sheema Kermani, underscoring how performing arts in Pakistan are neglected and those who believe in their power for bringing about a positive change in society are struggling for their (arts’) sustenance...

    At a talk held on Wednesday at the Oxford bookshop on the book Gender, Politics, and Performance in South Asia, editors of the book — Kermani, Asif...

  • Decentralised admission process to facilitate medical students in KP

    PESHAWAR: The ongoing efforts for decentralisation of the admission process are helping in early start of academic session in the public sector medical and dental colleges of the province, according to officials...

    “For the first time in the history of medical education, we have started decentralising the admission process, much to the convenience of the students,” Prof Mushtaq Ahmad Marwat, associate dean undergraduate studies at the...

  • Thousands take entry test for admission on SU campuses

    HYDERABAD: A total of 21,075 candidates appeared in pre-entry test for admission to bachelor’s degree programme in various disciplines at the University of Sindh main campus in Jams­horo and other campuses in Badin, Mirpurkhas, Dadu, Th­a­­tta and Larkana on Sunday...

    DADU: More than 400 candidates vied with each other for 180 seats in the pre-entry test for admission to BS Information Techno­logy, BS English and Bachelor’s of...

  • INTERVIEW: KEEPER OF THE ARTS

    Robert Charles Russell, popularly known as Jack Russell, represented England in 54 Tests and 40 ODIs...

    He remained a stalwart player and member of Gloucestershire County Cricket Club throughout his cricketing career
  • FMDC admission issue to be resolved

    ISLAMABAD: Protest by 100 students, who were denied admission in the Federal Medical and Dental College (FMDC) despite figuring on the merit list, bore fruit as Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC) on Wednesday decided to resolve the issue immediately...

    They claimed they had cleared the admission test and figured on merit list circulated on April 22...

  • Pakistan decries India's admission of involvement in cross-border terrorism

    ISLAMABAD: The adviser to the prime minister on national security and foreign affairs, Sartaj Aziz, expressed serious concern over the statement made by Indian Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar that India will use terrorism to counter terrorism from other countries...

    “It must be the first time that a minister of an elected government openly advocates use of terrorism in another country on the pretext of preventing terrorism from that...

  • Spirit of the arts lobby

    A NEWS photograph of the Karachi University arts lobby showing defiant participants of a seminar on the missing Baloch earlier this week triggered a flood of memories with the mind zooming in and out of events spanning 35 years...

    It was befitting then that the organisers quickly chose to go ahead with their seminar in the arts lobby that, over the years, has been a proud venue for many acts of defiance and sacrifice for the cause of...

  • Governor for revisiting admission policy of medical colleges

    PESHAWAR: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Governor Mehtab Ahmad Khan has said the policy of admission to medical colleges should be revisited to ensure effective healthcare in the province...

    Speaking at the convocation of the Khyber Girls Medical College (KGMC) on Saturday, he said that female doctors should spend more time in the profession to save the lives of people, especially of their gender...

  • Asian groups file complaint over Harvard, Ivy League admission practices

    They are calling for an investigation and say these schools should stop using racial quotas or racial balancing in admission...

    Harvard and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill were sued last year by “Students for Fair Admission,” a nonprofit group based in Austin, Texas, made up of recently rejected applicants who argue that affirmative action policies should be banned at colleges across the nation...

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