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  • Murder on the Orient Express is a lavish romp

    KENNETH Branagh’s Murder on the Orient Express is a visual feast, bursting with movie stars, glamour and production value so high, you might just exit the theatre experiencing some time-warp whiplash...

    Chance brings him aboard the Orient Express, which should really have its own credit in the film, where he meets an odd group of strangers a sultry widow (Pfeiffer), a secretive governess (Daisy Ridley), the doctor whom she pretends to...

  • Pakistan inch close to series win with early strikes

    ROSEAU: Pakistan’s push for an historic series-clinching victory was aided by three wickets in the morning session with the West Indies reduced to 73 for four at lunch on the last day of the third and final Test at Windsor Park in Dominica on Sunday...

    This is also the final day in national colours for Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq and senior batsman Younis Khan...

  • Army will defend every inch of Pakistan: Gen Raheel

    KHARIAN: Chief of Army Staff Gen Raheel Sharif on Friday said the Army will defend "each and every inch" of Pakistan "no matter what the cost", an Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) statement said...

    The Army chief, addressing officers at the National Counter-Terrorism Centre near Kharian, said that Pakistan's armed forces "have the capability to counter the complete threat spectrum"...

  • US, Pakistan inch towards better relations

    WASHINGTON: The Uni­ted States has assured Pakistan that it does not want to sever bilateral ties with this important ally while Islamabad extended its “wholehearted support” to the US-backed Afghan offer of peace talks with the Taliban...

    The two statements supplement renewed efforts to improve relations between the US and Pakistan which were once close allies in the war against terror...

  • Careem and Sindh govt inch closer to landmark agreement on ride-hailing services

    The Sindh High Court on Wednesday saw Careem, the popular ride-hailing service, and the Sindh government reach what appears to be a crucial agreement on the way forward for Careem's smooth operations in the province...

    During the hearing, the government's counsel told the court that Careem will now obtain permits under the Motor Vehicles Ordinance, 1965, in order to continue operating as a service provider
  • Govt, opposition inch closer to accord on PIA

    ISLAMABAD: The government and the opposition on Tuesday came closer to an agreement over the controversial bill to turn Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) into a public limited company, after Finance Minister Ishaq Dar expressed his readiness to amend the draft in order to remove the concerns that the opposition may have...

  • Tractor sales inch up, still far below last year’s level

    Pakistan Automotive Manufac­turers Association (PAMA) Chairman Sohail Bashir Rana said growers were back to buying tractors from January this year despite facing financial problems...

    The price of rice, potato, sugarcane, etc also remained low, especially for growers who now knew about the fate of such subsidy schemes as the fiscal year draws to a close in June, he said...

  • Parties resolve to defend every inch of country

    KARACHI: Leaders from different political and religious parties on Monday showed their resolve to defend every inch of the country in case of India or any external force attempted to violate its sovereignty...

    At an ‘all parties conference’ organised by the Majlis-i-Wehdatul Muslimeen (MWM), leaders from the MWM, Sunni Tehreek, Jamiat Ulema-i-Pakistan, Jamaat-i-Islami Pakistan, Tehreek-i-Insaf, Pakistan Awami Tehreek and other parties...

  • Gulf Arab states rebuke Israel, but alliances inch closer behind the scenes

    Arab states resoundingly condemned the killing of more than 50 Palestinians in this week’s Gaza protests, just as they have after previous Israeli violence going back decades — but behind the scenes fears over Iran have divided Arab leaders, with some willing to quietly reach out to Israel...

    Saudi Arabia, which has used its control of holy sites in Mecca and Medina to brand itself the protector of Islam around the world, offered a brief...
  • Withdraw notification for 6-inch distance between students, teachers’ body tells varsity

    ISLAMABAD: The Federation of All Pakistan Universities Academic Staff Association (FAPUASA) has demanded the Bahria University withdraw a recently issued notification directing male and female students to maintain a distance of six inches when together...

    “There is nothing wrong with it,” she said, and described the directive to maintain a 6-inch distance as a generic term and said a 6-inch distance is considered personal space... ...

  • Pakistan fails to capitalise on oil price dip: ADB

    ISLAMABAD: The Asian Development Bank says that Pakistan’s economy has failed to achieve its growth potential in spite of benefiting from lower prices of oil which accounts for almost a third of its imports...

    The ADB approved $1 billion for projects in Pakistan to improve transport and trade...

  • Fixing Pakistan's water woes beyond regulating the price of bottled water

    But even if Diamer-Bhasha reaches its funding goal, then what?The court summoned yesterday the CEOs of all bottled water companies to present data on the price of extracted water and the revenue they have made selling it...

    We can question whether major bottlers are cartelised, and whether quality audits are functioning well, but let’s think here instead about what the price of water should be...

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