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  • ‘Renault’s entry to create 10,000 jobs’

    KARACHI: Ghandhara Nissan (GNL) informed the Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) about the creation of around 10,000 direct and indirect job opportunities for Pakistanis with the start of the production of Renault vehicles in Pakistan, a press release said on Friday...

    GNL has joined hands with French automaker Renault and Al-Futaim of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to produce Renault vehicles at the existing plant of GNL at Port Qasim
  • Mall relaxes Rs100 entry fee stipulation after online criticism

    ISLAMABAD: Following a barrage of criticism on social media, the management of Islamabad’s largest shopping mall has apparently relented in its decision to impose a Rs100 entry fee...

    Earlier this week, Centaurus announced that all visitors to the mall would now have to purchase entry passes worth Rs100 each, before entering in the mall...

  • Ghosts of 2013 still haunt PML-N ahead of Islamabad LG polls

    ISLAMABAD: The confusion plaguing the government and the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) regarding the local government elections in the capital appears to have spread to the ruling PML-N as well, whose campaign for the upcoming polls hasn’t gotten off to an auspicious start...

    Since losing the NA-48 seat in the federal capital, the PML-N has not yet recovered from the internal divisions within its local cadres that cost it the...

  • RFID barriers to be installed at Islamabad's entry points

    Interior Minister Chaudhary Nisar Ali Khan directed Islamabad Traffic Police (ITP) on Thursday to install radio frequency identification device (RFID) barriers at all entry and exit points of the federal capital by the end of May...

    The move, proposed to allow 'smooth entry and exit' for inter-city commuters and 'enhanced security' of the federal capital, was taken in a high-level meeting attended by the interior secretary, the...

  • Police plan to put profiles of Islamabad criminals online

    ISLAMABAD: Thirty-five years after its establishment, the capital police have started organising profiles of wanted criminals for their first-ever Red Book...

    Unlike other law enforcement agencies, the capital police will not keep their data on criminals secret but will put it on a website...

  • Japanese reporter died in 2013 after 159 hours of overtime

    NHK reporter Miwa Sado, 31, who had been covering political news in Tokyo, was found dead in her bed in July 2013, reportedly clutching her mobile phone...

    Sato covered Tokyo assembly elections for the broadcaster in June 2013 and an upper-house vote for the national parliament the following month...

  • ECP rejects PTI claim of manipulation of 2013 polls

    ISLAMABAD: The Election Commission of Pakistan rejected on Wednesday Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf’s claim that the 2013 general elections were systematically manipulated or influenced by design...

    Fafen also accepted its mistake and issued a clarification on May 14, 2013, and never repeated the claim in its final report on the general elections...

  • ECP asked to provide details of ballot papers printed for 2013 polls

    ISLAMABAD: The Federal Ombudsman’s Secretariat has taken notice of the refusal by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) to provide record pertaining to ballot papers printed for 2013 general elections to an applicant, observing that it was not justified and amounted to a violation of spirit of the Freedom of Information Ordinance (FIO) 2002...

    2013 by the federal Ombudsman’s institutional reforms act, 2013,” the communiqué sent to...

  • Turkey acquits all 26 leaders of 2013 protests

    ISTANBUL: A Turkish court on Wednesday acquitted more than two dozen activists who helped launch mass protests in 2013 against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, after a trial slammed by rights campaigners...

    The 26 suspects are all leaders of Taksim Solidarity, an umbrella group of civil society, union and political groups at the forefront of the May-June 2013 demonstrations that marked the biggest challenge yet to the dominance of the...

  • ECP rejects ex-official’s allegations of rigging in 2013 polls

    ISLAMABAD: The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has dismissed allegations levelled by its former additional secretary Mohammad Afzal Khan that the 2013 general elections were massively rigged and said that no proof exists to substantiate his claims...

    Afzal Khan claimed in a television interview that people’s mandate was stolen in the 2013 elections and he accused former chief justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry of being involved...

  • Pundits predict repeat of voting patterns from 2013 election

    RAWALPINDI: The results of the cantonment board elections are likely to be a reflection of the results of the 2013 elections with Nawaz Sharif’s PML-N and Imran Khan’s PTI emerging as the two strongest parties...

    In the 2013 general elections, PML-N won NA-52, where Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan was the successful candidate, and NA-54 where Malik Abrar was victorious...

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