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  • For 200 students, Swat village has only a single-room school

    MINGORA: The one-room school with dilapidated roof and only two teachers for over 200 students in Chuangai village of Charbagh tehsil here speaks volumes about the tall claims of the PTI-led government that it has turned around the education infrastructure in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa...

    The land for the mud-and-stone-built room was provided by a local resident...

  • PPP Senator Sherry Rehman concerned over Turkish rental power plant fine

    PPP Senator Sherry Rehman on Wednesday expressed concern over an "undisclosed" $700 million fine allegedly imposed on Pakistan by the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) in the rental power projects (RPP) case concerning a contract with a Turkish company...

    Turkish ship-based energy firm, Karkey Karadeniz Elektrik Uretim (KKEU), was one of 12 rental power companies that were awarded contracts by the PPP...

  • Reference filed against ex-Wapda chief over rental power scam

    ISLAMABAD: The Natio­nal Accountability Bureau (NAB), Rawalpindi, on Wed­nes­day filed a reference in an accountability court against former chairman of the Water and Power Development Authority (Wapda) Tariq Hameed and others for alleged corruption in the 150MW Sharaqpur Rental Power Plant (RPP) project...

    Mushtaq Chaudary, ex-general manager Fazal Ahmad Khan and owners of a private company — General Electric Energy (GEE) — were...

  • China pushes state banks into home rental market at their own risk

    SHENZHEN: As property prices rocket across China, Beijing has appealed to the country’s banks and insurers to help accelerate the development of rental markets as a way of making homes more affordable and rein in speculative sale markets...

    The big state banks have responded by pledging more than 3 trillion yuan ($467 billion) in rental housing financing, including for real estate developers, leasing firms and tenants, according to...

  • Former PM Raja Pervez Ashraf acquitted in Sahiwal Rental Power Project case

    An accountability court on Thursday acquitted former prime minister Raja Pervez Ashraf, former finance minister Shaukat Tareen as well as all eight other accused nominated in one of the 11 references related to the Rs 22 billion Rental Power Projects (RPPs) cases...

    Announcing the verdict in the 'Sahiwal Rental Power Reference' on Thursday, the accountability court judge, Muhammad Bashir, remarked that there had been no loss incurred...

  • Bodies of man, woman recovered from hotel room in Bahawalpur

    Police on Monday recovered bodies of a man and woman, who had allegedly been shot dead, from a hotel room in Bahawalpur, DawnNews reported...

    The hotel's manager informed the police that the couple had claimed to be husband and wife and told him that they had a doctor's appointment in the evening and hence needed a room to stay till then...

  • Vegas gunman transferred $100K, set up cameras at hotel room

    The Las Vegas gunman transferred $100,000 overseas in the days before the attack and planned the massacre so meticulously that he even set up cameras inside the peephole of his high-rise hotel room and on a service cart outside his door, apparently to spot anyone coming for him, authorities said on Tuesday...

    Lombardo said he is "absolutely" confident authorities will find out what set off Paddock, a 64-year-old high-stakes gambler...

  • No room for the truth

    The lover of the wine cup who blurts out the truth in a state of abandon is better than the jurisconsult who seeks refuge in expediency...

    — Zafar Ali KhanMUCH water has flown under the bridge, assuming that what flows into the Ravi these days is water, since Khawaja Asif began to be lambasted for speaking truthfully about some of the problems that involvement in the Afghanistan conflict has saddled Pakistan with
  • No dressing room help for Perera: SLC

    KOLKATA: Sri Lankan cricket board on Sunday defended Dilruwan Perera after television replays suggested the batsman looked to the dressing room during a delayed review call in the first Test against India...

    Although the Indian players did not complain, there was speculation — including from television commentators — that he had received advice from the Sri Lankan dressing room...

  • New driving licence plan ‘leaves little room to cut corners’

    LAHORE: The Punjab government has approved a scheme declaring five steps including a four-hour period in its driving school and 40-hour road training mandatory for every applicant to get a licence...

    Moreover, every applicant will have to undergo a vision/eye test under the new scheme titled ‘Punjab Driving Education Centres’
  • Allied Bank creating room for expansion

    With its core business sailing smoothly, Allied Bank appears to be now gearing to invest in technological and infrastructure upgrades and alternative revenue streams to prop up future earnings...

    The country’s fifth largest bank, with over Rs865
  • No room for liberals

    EXACTLY a month after Sabeen Mahmud was murdered while driving home in Karachi, a small group of her friends and admirers met in a cosy Delhi basement to remember the extraordinary Pakistani freethinker whose shadow promises to linger over South Asia...

    Most of those gathered there that day had not known her personally but had only heard of her work and that too in a hazy way
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