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  • UN refugee chief urges Pakistan not to label Afghan refugees 'terrorists'

    5 million Afghan refugees in Pakistan risked becoming a “forgotten” crisis, UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi called on the international community to invest more funds to help them...

    So far, about 6,000 Afghans have chosen to return home from Pakistan in 2016, compared with 58,211 voluntary repatriations last year, according to the UNHCR...

  • 15 dead as wildfires torch California wine country

    Firefighters battled wildfires in California's wine region on Tuesday as the death toll rose to 15 and thousands were left homeless in neighbourhoods reduced to ashes...

    Governor Jerry Brown declared a state of emergency in eight counties ? including wine-producing Napa and Sonoma ? and said thousands of firefighters had been deployed to fight the blazes...

  • Grapes of Wrath: Wine ferments divisions in China

    AWAT: When Chen Naibao got into the wine business, he left out the pigeon blood and lamb meat that have been hallmarks of vintages in China's Xinjiang region for more than a thousand years...

    The animal parts are usually added to enhance flavour and increase the supposed medicinal qualities of museles, a traditional wine raved about in Tang dynasty poetry and long fermented by local Uighurs, despite the prohibition on alcohol of...

  • SHC seeks rules, regulations for running wine shops

    KARACHI: The Sindh High Court (SHC) on Tuesday directed the provincial excise and taxation department to inform the court about rules and regulations for running wine shops...

    An SHC bench, headed by Justice Irfan Saadat Khan, was hearing a petition filed against opening of wine shops and open sale of liquor in Ibrahim Hyderi...

  • Agri package: old wine in new bottle

    The Trading Corporation of Pakistan had been authorised a couple of months ago to import the fertiliser and three tenders of 150,000 tonnes of urea have already been floated, with one ship having arrived and two on their way...

    The country has substantially higher surplus stocks of rice and wheat but is finding it really hard to get international buyers in view of the price disadvantage...

  • Wine shops in Sindh seek SC permission to continue business

    ISLAMABAD: Owners of some wine shops in Sindh on Monday filed a joint petition in the Supreme Court, requesting it to set aside the Oct 27 order of the Sindh High Court shutting down all liquor shops in the province...

    The petition was moved by rights activist Asma Jahangir on behalf of Kohistan Wine Shop Karachi, Azad Wine Shop Karachi, Mehran Wine Shop Hyderabad, Arjun Wine Agency Mirpurkhas, Mazda Trading Karachi, Master Wine Shop...

  • Maxwell keen to shed X-factor label in search of Ashes spot

    MELBOURNE: Glenn Maxwell is tired of people harking back to his explosive power hitting in limited overs cricket and says he wants to be recognized for his more measured form as he fights to secure Australia’s number six batting spot for the Ashes series...

    The 29-year-old off-spinning all-rounder scored two half centuries in Victoria’s recent Sheffield Shield match against South Australia and while he was annoyed at failing to convert...
  • AIG stripped of ‘too big to fail’ label

    WASHINGTON: Insurer AIG, rescued by the US government at the peak of the 2008 financial crisis, will no longer face the stricter oversight of a “too big to fail” institution, the Treasury Department said Friday...

    Regulators with the Financial Stability Oversight Council voted 6-3 to relieve AIG of the designation that its failure could “pose a threat to US financial stability,” the department said
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