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  • Drive against beggary begins today

    RAWALPINDI: The Punjab Child Protection Bureau (CPB) in collaboration with the City District Government Rawalpindi and the police is launching a campaign against beggary in the garrison city on Tuesday...

    Destitute children involved in beggary would be taken into custody and shifted to the Child Protection Bureau,” said Saba Sadiq, the chairperson of the bureau, at a press briefing on Monday...

  • Sindh cabinet imposes ban on child beggary

    KARACHI: The Sindh cabinet has imposed a ban on child beggary and directed the social welfare department to pick up children begging at traffic intersections and in streets and rehabilitate them at welfare centres...

    The items on the agenda included a progress report on fixing price of wheat crop, discussion on a report about the existing legal provision on beggary, tariff differential subsidy to new captive power plants, constitution...

  • Teachers’ salaries crux of problems in Pakistan: Unesco

    ISLAMABAD: Low quality learning outcomes around the world are often blamed on teachers, however, in Pakistan the level of teacher salaries has been identified as the crux of educational problems, according to a report released by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (Unesco)...

    The Global Education Monitoring Report 2017-18 released by Unesco on Tuesday claimed that Pakistan used test scores as part of...

  • CPEC won’t create environmental problems for Pakistan: China envoy

    ISLAMABAD: Chinese Ambassa­dor Sun Weidong on Wednesday underscored the importance of Pakistan’s role in promoting China’s ‘Belt and Road’ initiative as he sought to dispel ‘myths’ about the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project...

    “China and Pakistan can play a major role in promoting the Belt and Road initiative as all-weather strategic cooperative partners...

  • Amir’s return will create problems for Pakistan: Inzamam

    Former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq has advised the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to keep tainted pacer Mohammad Amir away from the national team...

    “I don't think it would be a good idea to allow either Amir or the two other players involved in the spot-fixing scandal back into the Pakistan team,” Inzamam said in an interview to NDTV...

  • Corruption, tax rates major problems in Pakistan: report

    ISLAMABAD: Ranking 126 among140 countries in the Global Competi­tiveness Index, Pakistan faces corruption and tax rates as the most problematic factors for doing business, a new report published by the Davos-based World Economic Forum said on Wednesday...

    According to the Global Competitive Report 2015-2016, Pakistan jumped three spots to number 126 out of 140 economies on the Global Competitiveness Index...

  • ‘China will never own Pakistan’s problems’

    ISLAMABAD: China has its own vision, and given its issues with the United States and India, it would never own Pakistan’s problems and Pakistan needs to address its internal issues...

    “World is moving towards a very dangerous future and problems are increasing for international community,” he said...

  • Puranay problems that Naya Pakistan has to deal with

    Pakistan has never really faced this scale of economic problems, so the leadership coming to power is being dealt an unfair hand...

    The reason we are going on an IMF programme again is because our economy is not doing well enough due to our last finance minister bungling Pakistan’s fiscal and monetary policies...

  • 'Confidence crisis' behind Pakistan's problems, Arthur admits

    Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur has admitted that his team is going through a "confidence crisis" that is threatening to derail his team's Asia Cup 2018 campaign...

    "While batting has been an age-old headache for Pakistan, their usually dependably bowling unit's no-show is a new-found concern, which disappointed Arthur more...

  • Probe against Danish as problems mount for Pakistan at World Cup

    BHUBANESWAR: The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has initiated an inquiry against Pakistan hockey team’s assistant coach Danish Kaleem for breaching security protocol, adding to the list of off-field issues plaguing the former world champions at the ongoing World Cup in Bhubaneswar...

    With the World Cup nearing halfway stage, Pakistan’s campaign is getting from bad to worse due to a host of issues, which includes an injury blow...

  • CPEC facing teething problems

    Now that the initial euphoria of ‘higher than the Himalayas and deeper than the deepest sea’ is over, the $45bn China-Pakistan Economic Corridor is beginning to hit the ground realities...

    As is expected of such a major initiative, some teething problems are coming to light, requiring a lot of legal and procedural clarifications and adjustments...

  • Environmental problems claimed 45,000 lives in Sindh in 2009

    The report has been prepared by a team led by World Bank environment specialist Ernesto Sanchez-Triana who has previously worked on projects in Pakistan...

    The most important environmental problems are those affecting human health, which have an annual cost in the range of Rs261 to 486 billion in 2009, with a midpoint estimate of Rs372 billion...

  • ‘People’s problems are better solved by local govts’

    ISLAMABAD: As parliamentarians cannot give proper time and attention to people’s problems, local government fills this gap and addresses their problems at their doorsteps...

    This was said by MNA Romina Khurshid Alam of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), while speaking to participants at a seminar on ‘Local Bodies Elections and the Vote-Exchange: Implications for Democratic Decentralisation’, organised by Sustainable...

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