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  • Post-election scenario: PML-N runs from pillar to post for speaker slots in Punjab, centre

    Take a look: PTI's Jahangir Tareen is out to get independent candidatesThe MPAs claimed that the newly elected lawmakers were told that the PML-N leaders respect their decision to vote for or join the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) — all they want them to do now is to vote for the PML-N's candidates for the slots of speakers and deputy speakers in the National Assembly and the Punjab Assembly...

    As a second option, according to PML-Q...

  • Angry green men: The illusion of ill-treatment and conspiracy in Pakistan cricket

    While reviewing Inside Out – the 2006 autobiography of former Pakistan cricket captain, Mushtaq Mohammad – EspnCricinfo’s Andrew Miller suggests that the chapter in which Mushtaq details how he was removed from captaincy in 1979, is ‘a typical tale of backstabbing and duplicity …’Miller believes this is typically a Pakistani trait that often plagues the perceptions of former Pakistan cricket captains...

    But whereas a clash of...

  • Pakistan Steel chief complains of unfavourable treatment

    ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Steel Mills (PSM) management has hinted at a conspiracy to fail the revival of the country’s largest industrial unit that is now on active privatisation list...

    Speaking to journalists on Monday, PSM Chief Executive Maj Gen (retd) Zaheer Ahmed Khan complained of unfavourable treatment of PSM products by the government and discriminatory dealing of its gas bills as compared to private entities...

  • Shehzad Roy is campaigning to make corporal treatment a crime in Pakistan

    But Section 89 of the Pakistan Penal Code (PPC) allowed for the use of corporal punishment by parents, guardians and teachers “in good faith for the benefit” meant that the teacher accused of Bilal’s death could not be tried for murder...

    Bilal’s cousin, 21-year old media studies student Rimsha Naeem, has been concerned that the small social media uproar that placed a spotlight on the issue of corporal punishment in Pakistan was only...

  • WHO oversees research to develop corona treatment in Pakistan

    KARACHI: The World Health Organisation (WHO) is supervising a research about fast-track development of Covid-19 treatment in Pakistan which would help ascertain the effectiveness of anti-Malaria drugs while treating the coronavirus patients, officials and industry sources said on Wednesday...

    The development emerged after Getz Pharma — Pakistan’s only WHO-approved manufacturing facility — joined hands with the University of Health...

  • Pakistan Post issues commemorative stamps to honour Champions Trophy victory

    Honouring the Pakistan's memorable victory in the International Cricket Council (ICC) Champions' Trophy in June, Pakistan Post has issued commemorative postage stamps and souvenir sheet, DawnNews reported on Wednesday...

    Related: With a stamp of historyPakistan Post's Treasury Officer Karachi Tariq Awan said that 50,000 souvenir sheets and 300,000 stamps have been issued...

  • Malik blossoms as Pakistan post mammoth 375-3

    LAHORE: Top-order batsmen helped Pakistan earn their highest ODI total at home as they posted 375-3 in the three-match series opener against Zimb­abwe at the Gaddafi Staduim on Tuesday...

    Earlier, captain Azhar and Mohammad Hafeez laid a strong foundation by giving an opening stand of 176 runs with both openers playing cautiously at the onset, for Pakistan score was only eight after five overs while the first boundary came in the...

  • Younus, Azhar score tons as Pakistan post 323

    DHAKA: Younis Khan and Azhar Ali hit centuries as Pakistan capitalised on Bangladesh's misfortune to post a commanding 323 for three on the opening day of the second and final Test on Wednesday...

    Azhar's dismissal at the stage would have reduced Pakistan to 38-2 after Bangladesh had removed both openers cheaply...

  • Post-Panama Pakistan

    So, what kind of Pakistan can we realistically hope for in the aftermath of Panama? Will the country become less tolerant of ‘democratically elected’ criminals? Will the sterling services of the Supreme Court and the JIT have a lasting and spreading impact? Or will kleptocracy — corrupt and cynical governance — reassert itself? One swallow a spring does not make!The choice on offer, while not ideal, should still be clear enough...

    The...

  • 16,000 underpaid staff on Pakistan Post’s payroll

    ISLAMABAD: Though the government has fixed the minimum wage at Rs13,000, as many as 16,000 people are working for Pakistan Post Office Department (PPOD) as extra departmental staff (EDS) at the monthly remuneration of as low as Rs650 to Rs2,600...

    It may be noted that the post office department was established by the British government in the 18th century...

  • Two Pakistan Post officials acquitted

    ISLAMABAD: The Lahore High Court (LHC) has set aside a judgment of the accountability court against two officials of Pakistan Post who had been convicted in a fraud case...

    A reference filed by the National Accountability Bureau in 2006 had accused the officials of retaining four blank cheques of Bank Al Habib received through an ordinary letter sent by Gulistan Khan from the United Kingdom for delivery through the General Post Office...

  • A post-Zia Pakistan?

    Viewed so, unfortunately Gen Ziaul Haq arguably emerges as Pakistan’s most influential leader ever, whose legacies still haunt Pakistan decades later...

    Time and health did not allow Mohammad Ali Jinnah to bequeath a definitive legacy which could clarify his vision for Pakistan given his contrasting speeches about state and religion...

  • Corruption cost Pakistan Post Rs559m in five years

    ISLAMABAD: The postal department suffered a loss of Rs559 million over the past five years as a result of corruption, misappropriation and embezzlement by its officials, the director general of Pakistan Post informed a parliamentary committee on Thursday...

    The committee was informed that 405 post offices were opened and 584 closed in the country during the past five years...

  • Training for Pakistan Post staff

    ISLAMABAD: The Pakis­tan Post has chalked out a comprehensive plan to conduct short training courses for its staff for improving their capacity and assuring quick service delivery...

    An official of Pakistan Post Office (PPO) said they wanted to equip the department in accordance with international standards for capturing customer satisfaction and building their confidence as a speedy and accurate service provider in economical...

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