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  • Large contingent would have fetched more medals for Pakistan: Pakistan Olympic Association

    LAHORE: Needless reduction in the number of athletes in Pakistan’s contingent by Pakistan Sports Board (PSB) for the ongoing 13th South Asian Games in Nepal has affected Pakistan’s chances of winning more medals in the mega event...

    In a press release, the Pakistan Olympic Association (POA) stated on Friday that while small countries like the host Nepal (596 athletes), Sri Lanka (564 athletes), Bangladesh (470 athletes) and India (487...

  • LITERARY NOTES: Progressive Writers’ Association in Pakistan: a research-based analysis

    PROF Fateh Muhammad Malik’s latest book Anjuman Taraqqi Pasand Nusannifeen Pakistan Mein: Islami Raushan Khayali Ya Ishtiraki Mullaiyyet (Progressive Writers’ Association in Pakistan: Islamic enlightenment or communist mullah-ism) discloses quite a few secrets about some progressive bigwigs and their strategies in Pakistan...

    The book is a kind of invitation to Pakistani intellectuals, especially those with leftist leanings and a...

  • Girls college teachers protest ‘manhandling’ by officials

    ABBOTTABAD: The teachers of Government Girls Degree College No 1, Abbottabad, on Wednesday protested alleged manhandling of the principal and teachers by the assistant commissioner and ASP police, and demanded action against them...

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Colleges Teachers Association has set a two-day deadline for action against the officers for entering the college along with police personnel and allegedly misbehaving with the college...

  • College teachers present demands to minister

    ISLAMABAD: “No nation can progress without giving due respect to teachers,” said State Minister for Education Balighur Rehman on Tuesday...

    He was speaking following his meeting with All Pakistan Professors and Lecturers Association (APPLA), during which he assured the participants that their issues would soon be resolved...

  • Women college short of 37 teachers for two years

    RAHIM YAR KHAN: A number of students of Government Degree College for Women, Manthar, on Monday protested against the non-availability of 37 lecturers for the last two years and blocked Sadiqabad-Manthar Road for hours...

    Holding placards inscribed with their demands, the students chanted slogans for appointment of lecturers in their college...

  • College teachers continue protest for upgradation

    PESHAWAR: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Professors and Lecturers Association has demanded of the provincial government to upgrade them and provide them special allowances besides regularising the services of their ad hoc colleagues...

    “We were promised professional allowance like the one given to doctors but look how we have ended up on the streets owing to neglect of the PTI government, which promised change and emergency in education sector,”...

  • 261 college teachers transferred in KP

    A senior HED official told Dawn that the transferred teachers had been serving in the same colleges or position since long in violation of the posting and transfer policy...

    He said that under the policy a teacher could stay for three years in a certain college, while the transferred teachers had been working at the same place for the last 15 to 20 years...

  • College short of commerce teachers

    NAROWAL: The Government Postgraduate College of Commerce, Narowal, has been short of qualified teaching staff after twice upgradation of the institute and provision of a new building for the institute...

    Established in 1979, the college launched B...

  • College teachers take to streets seeking promotion, allowance

    PESHAWAR: The teachers of state-run colleges took to the streets on Tuesday in different districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa against the provincial government for what they called using delaying tactics in awarding them promotions...

    They were led by Pakhtunkhwa Professors and Lecturers Association (KPPLA) president Nasrullah Khan Yousufzai and senior vice president Hameed Afridi...

  • Dir college students rally for teachers’ promotion

    TIMERGARA: Hundreds of students of the government postgraduate college, Timergara, on Thursday held a rally in support of their teachers, who had been demanding of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government to grant one step promotion to college teachers...

    Divisional president of People Students Federation Fazal Hussain and Timergara college president Malik Adnan were leading them...

  • College teachers asked to donate for out-of-school children

    ISLAMABAD: Teachers of the model as well as federal government (FG) colleges have been directed by their principals to donate up to Rs2,000 for about 5,000 out-of-school children who were recently enrolled in different schools in the capital...

    “Teachers up to Basic Pay Scale (BPS) 16 will have to pay Rs1,000 each and those in BPS 17 and above Rs2,000 as each principal has been directed by the education ministry to arrange...

  • Zimbabwe series no surety for more tours: NZ players’ association

    KARACHI: “Zimbabwe tour may well have proceeded without any untoward incident but that in no way means future tours in Pakistan are safe,” Heath Mills, chief executive of New Zealand Cricket Players Association (NZCPA), said...

    In an exclusive interview with Dawn, Heath said New Zealand Cricket would rely on advice from independent security advisors to tour Pakistan...

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