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  • Lyceum School, Alpha College excel in TT, badminton ties

    KARACHI: The Lyceum School beat Alpha College 2-0 and Alpha College beat DA Degree College 2-0 in the U-19 girls table tennis competition held at the DHA Boys and Girls Degree College on Tuesday during the Karachi School-College Games being held in the city...

    In the under-19 boys table tennis contests, also held at DHA Boys and Girls Degree College, The Nixor College beat Alpha College 2-0, Habib Public School beat DA Degree College...

  • City School teams excel on KL tour

    KARACHI: Boys and girls teams comprising cricket, futsal and netball players from The City School PAF Chapter recently undertook a short and successful tour to Kaula Lumpur, Malaysia which was organized by Gohar Raza, President, Pakistan School Sports Olympic...

    The City School boys teams overall displayed spirited, competitive and disciplined cricket against teams from Malaysia...

  • Wrong school, bad English

    I am 15, but am not in a good school because of some reasons (not financial) though I live in a very posh area where everyone goes to a very good school...

    I manage to adjust among them and socialise with them a lot, but when they ask about my school and I tell them, their behaviour changes...

  • Punjab Notes: An English medium school’s definition of foul language

    An English medium school in Sahiwal, run and owned by an apparently educated politician’s family, provides us with a new mind-blowing description of what constitutes foul language that unmistakably shows us why our education system is in an abysmal state despite all the tall claims of businessmen-turned-educators...

    The school’s circular, dated 22-08-2016, addressed to the parents of its students which surfaced recently on social...

  • S. Arabia, Kuwait in talks to resolve oil row

    KUWAIT CITY: Saudi Arabia and Kuwait have begun talks to resolve a dispute that halted oil production in the neutral zone between the Gulf neighbours, the Kuwaiti oil minister said...

    The dispute has seen the closure of the Khafji and Wafra oil fields in the neutral zone, which have been pumping for more than half a century...

  • Saudi Arabia, Kuwait end dispute over shared oil fields

    RIYADH: Saudi Arabia and Kuwait have ended a nearly five-year-long dispute over shared oil fields and have agreed to resume oil production from the divided Neutral Zone, but stressed this would not change their OPEC commitments to crude oil production cuts...

    The allied Gulf Arab nations signed the agreement in Kuwait City on Tuesday...

  • Pakistan’s Special Olympians excel with flurry of medals

    LAHORE: Pakistan’s Special Olympians lived up to the tradition of winning significant number of medals at World Games on Thursday as they bagged as many as seven gold and three bronze medals in various events in Los Angeles...

    In tennis, the doubles crown was placed on the head of Pakistan’s pair of Ahsan Anwar and Mohammad Arif Qayyum for beating Venezuela’s Soleman and Eskander in straight sets 4-2, 4-0, as per the information made...

  • Pakistan’s cyclists excel at Long Beach with four gold medals

    LOS ANGELES: Pakistan’s Special Olympians did wonders at the cycling competitions held at Long Beach here during Special Olympics World Games 2015, winning as many as four gold medals in the five and two kilometers road races respectively...

    Victories continued for Pakistan in the 2km cycle races as Uzma Yousuf , Salman Saeed Siddiqui and Sumbal Yousaf added three more gold medals to Pakistan’s account, winning their respective...

  • Taimur, Shafiq excel at golf event

    LAHORE: In the fourth segment of the Samson Memorial golf tournament held at the Lahore Gymkhana golf course on Wednesday, the top performers turned out to be Taimur Shabbir and Shafiq Masih in the PRO-Amateur section and junior caddy Ramazan Jani in the Caddies category...

    This championship was held to commemorate the memory of Samson, an accomplished golfer, who died young four years ago
  • Shakeel, Naveed excel

    LAHORE: Left-arm spinner Mohammad Shakeel shone with four wickets and Naveed Qamar hit a half-century as Pakistan outclassed Sri Lanka by 102 runs in their opening match of the 1st Asia Cup Deaf T20 Cricket Cup at the LCCA Ground here on Wednesday...

    Batting first, Pakistan collected 174-7 with Naveed cracking 52 from 33 balls with the help of four boundaries...

  • AIMS students excel in Malakand board SSC exams

    UPPER DIR: Dir town’s private schools, Allama Iqbal Model School (AIMS) and Fatima Girls’ Model High School have got the top positions in the secondary school certificate (SSC) annual examinations-2015, conducted by the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE), Malakand...

    According to the results, Naveedullah of AIMS and Ayazullah of Government Higher Secondary School, Wari, shared the first position by obtaining 1,017...

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