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  • Pakistan experiences slow internet as submarine cable goes offline

    Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL) informed on Saturday that Pakistan is experiencing slow internet as IMEWE, the international underwater cable responsible for bringing internet to Pakistan, has gone offline due to technical problems...

    ""In its absence, PTCL is working towards an alternative network to provide users reliable internet," PTCL's Chief Business Development Officer Sikandar Naqvi told DawnNewsAccording to...

  • Netflix allows subscribers to binge-watch shows offline

    Netflix signalled in recent months it would add an offline viewing option to better compete as the streaming video market becomes more and more crowded...

    ”"While many members enjoy watching Netflix at home, we've often heard they also want to continue their 'Stranger Things' binge while on air planes and other places where Internet is expensive or limited," Eddy Wu, director of product innovation, wrote in a blog post...

  • Offline app to help prepare tax returns

    An official statement issued that the application will help taxpayers to fill out returns in offline mode...

    The application allows the taxpayer/e-intermediary to prepare their statements in offline mode and upload them to the FBR’s repository seamlessly...

  • Society: Time to go offline

    ”Health experts report that majority of the teenagers in Pakistan are spending more time than is healthy on Instagram and Snapchat...

    However, this is not a problem because I can easily do workouts at home by watching zumba exercise videos on YouTube...

  • Global network’s nuclear sensors went offline after mystery blast

    VIENNA: The operator of a global network of radioactivity sensors said on Monday its two Russian sites closest to a mysterious explosion on Aug 8 went offline two days after the blast, raising concern about possible tampering by Russia...

    US-based nuclear experts have said they suspect Russia was testing a nuclear-powered cruise missile vaunted by President Vladimir Putin last year...

  • Brexit shockwaves hit British jobs, banks, automobiles

    LONDON: Shockwaves from Britain’s vote to leave the European Union rocked the economy on Thursday, with thousands of jobs lost at one of the country’s biggest banks, big extra costs for Ford, and consumer confidence plunging...

    Preparing for a Brexit-related slowdown, Lloyds Banking Group said it would cut a further 3,000 jobs...

  • Policy urged for home-based workers

    HYDERABAD: A district action committee for home-based workers Hyderabad has demanded of the provincial government to announce the policy for home-based women workers...

    They said that in Hyderabad, there were over 35,000 home-based workers belonging to cottage industry of glass bangles, garments, hosiery, embroidery and others items...

  • Govt asked to devise policy for home-based workers

    PESHAWAR: The representatives of various civil society organisations have stressed the need for devising provincial policy for home-based worker and its implementation through district and provincial administration...

    The demand was made during an event titled “Awareness-raising and policy advocacy on women’s rights and labour laws for women workers’’ arranged by HomeNet Pakistan here on Thursday...

  • Exhibition displays products by home-based women artisans

    ISLAMABAD: Home-based working women across Pakistan displayed handmade embroidered apparel, fashion and home accessories, natural dye block prints and traditional silver jewellery at an exhibition held on Sunday...

    The event, organised by the Saarc Business Association of Home Based Workers (SABAH) Pakistan, was held as part of the SABAH annual general meeting...

  • China pushes state banks into home rental market at their own risk

    SHENZHEN: As property prices rocket across China, Beijing has appealed to the country’s banks and insurers to help accelerate the development of rental markets as a way of making homes more affordable and rein in speculative sale markets...

    The big state banks have responded by pledging more than 3 trillion yuan ($467 billion) in rental housing financing, including for real estate developers, leasing firms and tenants, according to...

  • When home is not a home

    TORKHAM: It was an emotional sight for Shahabuddin, principal of a private school in the Bacha Maina village at the Torkham border, when the Afghan students at his school presented a salute to Pakistan’s national flag and then sang the national anthem when they were allowed to rejoin their school after a ban of nearly five months...

    As many as 350 Afghan students, studying in three private schools in Torkham, were restricted from...

  • For Hariri, Saudi Arabia no longer feels like a home away from home

    WHEN I heard that President Macron was ready to whisk Lebanon’s kidnapped prime minister to Paris with his family — victims of the gentlest hostage-taking in the history of Saudi Arabia — I couldn’t but recall what Saad Hariri said to me a few years after he first became Lebanon’s premier in 2009...

    I was sitting in his office in his Koreitem Palace — a vast, ugly monster of a building not far from the Hamra district of Beirut — and I...
  • IDPs: Home away from home, or is it?

     Over the past six years, the people now living at the Durrani camp, like hundreds and thousands of people across north-western Pakistan, were forced to flee for their lives due to the lethal mix of terrorism, sectarian killings and army operations launched to remove extremists from Pakistan’s soil...

    Between 2009 and 2014, the Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan and other militant groups waged a war in the region triggering a massive...

  • Home away from home

    Mitharam Hostel, Sewakunj Hostel and Jinnah Courts Hostel were homes away from the home for students of the ’50s, ’60s and early ’70s; these were the golden era of student life...

    The Mitharam Hostel occupies a very significant place in the history of Pakistan’s student life...

  • Footprints: Living in a home away from home

    SUMERA Riaz sits gingerly on the edge of the sofa and tells her story...

    It is in the words of a little girl who does not understand much of anything except being torn away from her family, with not much hope of being reunited with them
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