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  • Sufi saints and their descendants: part of the solution? (Part I)

    This larger than life poor saint had an immensely powerful spiritual and cultural presence with a huge following but deliberately shunned the rich and contemptuously refused to hobnob with the royalty of his time which was too eager to seek his ‘guidance’...

    With the passage of time consistent efforts have been made to appropriate the Sufis with their anti-status quo vision and the ruling clique to a large extent has blunted their...

  • India needs more jobs for women to boost growth: World Bank

    NEW DELHI: India must reverse a trend of falling women’s participation in the job market if it is to achieve its ambition of double-digit growth, the World Bank said on Monday...

    The World Bank in its latest report said just 27 per cent of Indian women were working or actively looking for a job, a matter of “serious concern” that was holding back economic growth...

  • Swabi women take part in election campaign for first time

    SWABI: For the first time in the history of Swabi district, women candidates for the upcoming local government elections are seen busy in door-to-door campaign to secure votes...

    Several candidates told this scribe that their women relatives and supporters were also taking part in their election campaign...

  • Part-time PhD

    Obtaining a PhD degree is especially challenging with a full-time job and if the doctoral candidate has a family...

    The three may, unintentionally or otherwise, join hands to produce low-quality PhDs through programmes that don’t leave students with much time to work towards their degree...

  • Bank Alfalah declared best bank for 2017

    KARACHI: Bank Alfalah received the Best Bank Award for 2017 for demonstrating “the most significant contribution to national development and the most effective management of its resources, including its employees, clients, franchise community and financials”...

    United Bank received the same award last year...

  • India central bank says linking national ID number to bank accounts mandatory

    MUMBAI: India’s central bank on Saturday dismissed media reports that it was not necessary to link national identity card numbers, known as Aadhar numbers, to bank accounts...

    “The Reserve Bank clarifies that, in applicable cases, linkage of Aadhaar number to bank account is mandatory under the Prevention of Money-laundering (Maintenance of Records) Second Amendment Rules, 2017,” it said in a statement...

  • Summit Bank eyes Burj Bank for Islamic banking entry

    KARACHI: Summit Bank has received approval from the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) to conduct due diligence on Burj Bank, it said in a stock exchange filing, in the latest bid for the unlisted lender, which is seeking to boost capital through a stake sale...

    The acquisition of a majority shareholding in Burj Bank would fit the long term strategy of Summit Bank, which is planning to convert its operations to conform to Islamic principles...

  • Withholding tax slows down bank deposit growth: State Bank

    KARACHI: Withholding tax (WHT) on financial transactions is acting against the goal of achieving financial depth, a State Bank of Pakistan’s (SBP) report said on Friday, highlighting that for the first time since 2009-10 the monetary expansion came more from currency in circulation than the bank deposit growth...

    The campaign could not sustain despite the fact that the business community, particularly retailers and medium-sized...

  • Bahrain's Bank Alkhair gets nod to sell stake in Pakistan's Burj Bank

    Bahrain-based Bank Alkhair said on Wednesday it had received approval from the State Bank of Pakistan to sell its stake in Pakistan's Burj Bank to a subsidiary of Bahrain's Al Baraka Banking Group...

    Al Baraka, one of the Gulf's top Islamic banks, had said in September that its Pakistani unit, Al Baraka Pakistan, would merge with Burj Bank to create an institution with assets totalling more than $1...

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