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    New Jobs In Lahore November 2015 Loot

  • US share buybacks loot the future

    To judge by the activity since January, buybacks are on course to exceed 100pc of profits in 2015...

    Last year, the volume of buybacks was $550bn, according to Bloomberg, while the amount of new money coming into the market, mostly into mutual and exchange traded funds, was just $85bn...

  • No case against cops involved in trespass, loot

    KASUR: The B-Division police are reluctant to register a case against an ASI and six other policemen for highhandedness, abuse of power and loot despite orders of a local court...

    According to complainant Aftab Khan, ASI Qasim Jugar of Lahore’s New Anarkali police, along with five unidentified policemen, stormed his house at Kot Haleem Khan in the B-Division police area station on the night between April 2 and 3...

  • A display of loot culture

    What we saw in Bahawalpur was one of the ugliest demonstrations of the popular culture of loot, ie the practice of looting victims of disasters...

    They do not have the modern means of plunder and they do not enjoy the services of corporate lawyers and tax advisers (especially chisellers), who play important roles in sustaining the loot culture...

  • Art and loot

    Justice may have been done in the Hobby Lobby case, but the easy parameters of fines and forfeitures largely hide the complexities of who owns antiquities and whether much of the material on the shelves of museums in the Western world is art or loot...

    If the shady dealers in Iraqi antiquities were willing to sell them to Hobby Lobby, the equally shady dealers of Peshawar or Lahore or wherever are willing to do the same and for much...

  • Burglars, thieves loot cash, valuables

    ISLAMABAD: Burglars and thieves struck at three places and made off with cash and valuables, police said here on Wednesday...

    In the first incident, burglars broke into the house of Mohammad Zahid located in I-10/1 and made off with cash, gold ornaments, a pistol and valuables worth Rs1
  • Robbers loot cash, jewellery

    RAWALPINDI: Two women were robbed of cash and gold jewellery by unidentified robbers in separate incidents on Sunday, police said...

    Syed Qamar Abbas, a resident of Morgah, lodged a complaint with the police that he was returning home with his mother after shopping when two motorcycle riders intercepted them in the corner of a street
  • Loot Lo gallops away with Winter Cup

    KARACHI: Fancied mare Loot Lo annexed the Winter Cup as favourite horses obliged all and sundry when they swept a small four-race card in the Gymkhana race meeting at the Karachi Racecourse on Sunday...

    Loot Lo shot into the lead before negotiating the bend and kicked off her speed in the home stretch to post a two-and-a-half lengths victory over mare Grace Bhak­kar to make it two victories on the trot...

  • No loadshedding from November, says Abid

    ISLAMABAD: The government is increasing the power generation capacity and is formally going to announce an end to loadshedding across the country in November this year, Minister of State for Power Abid Sher Ali claimed on Thursday...

    “I assure you that in areas where there are no losses or technical faults, there will be no loadshedding by November and beyond,” he said...

  • Pakistan will host West Indies in November for a three-match T20 series: Sethi

    Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Najam Sethi on Thursday, while thanking West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) President Dave Cameron for visiting Pakistan amidst the ongoing Independence Cup, announced that the West Indies team will visit Pakistan for a three-match T20 series towards the end of November...

    The World XI tour, dubbed the Independence Day Cup, is a significant development for Pakistan as the country has not hosted...

  • PSL 3 draft to be held on November 12

    Player draft for the third edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) will be held on November 12, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) announced on Friday...

    "The default pick order will see Lahore Qalandars going first followed by Islamabad United, Karachi Kings, Quetta Gladiators, Peshawar Zalmi and Multan Sultans" but the order may be altered because of trades between the franchises, the biggest of which was Shahid Afridi's recent...

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