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  • Cancer-causing chemicals in one puff of cigarette

    He said about 100,000 deaths in Pakistan were caused annually by smoking alone...

    “Over 4,000 chemical compounds are created by burning a cigarette – 69 of those chemicals are known to cause cancer,” he said and stressed upon the need to share this information with smokers to a maximum level...

  • US firm offers ‘coal to chemicals’ technology

    KARACHI: An American company on Tuesday offered a new technology for production of various chemicals from the emissions of coal-fired plants in Sindh...

    Under ‘coal to chemicals’ technnology, emissions of coal-fired power plants are stored and out of them different chemicals are produced...

  • Cement, chemicals help stocks gain 303 points

    In pharmaceutical, Abb­o­tt Pakistan, GlaxoSm­ithKline and Searle Company closed in red as chief justice directed the Drug Regulatory Authority of Pakistan to freeze prices of medicines in the country...

    On the flip side, Nestle Pakistan, down 3...

  • Monsanto known for controversial chemicals

    German chemicals and pharmaceuticals giant Bayer acquired Monsanto in June for $63 billion...

    Last year, a citizen court consisting of a panel of professional judges in The Hague (Netherlands) found Monsanto guilty at a mock trial of human rights violations for harm caused by chemicals...

  • Sarfraz-led Pakistan enter new era without Misbah, Younis

    ABU DHABI: Rival captains Sarfraz Ahmed and Dinesh Chandimal hope the upcoming two-Test series between Pakistan and Sri Lanka will give them a new beginning with the first match starting here on Thursday...

    Pakistan want to turn the page after the retirement of their two greats Younis Khan and Misbah-ul-Haq while Sri Lanka will look to lift their recent poor showing in the longer format...

  • Pakistan incomplete without Balochistan: COAS

    While interacting with a group of 173 students and faculty members from various educational institutions of Balochistan at the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) directorate on Thursday, he said Pakistan was incomplete without Balochistan...

    “Pakistan cannot progress without peace, stability and progress of Balochistan,” he said...

  • Go to Pakistan if you can't live without beef: BJP minister

    NEW DELHI: Advocating a ban on cow slaughter, Indian Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said Thursday that all those who wanted to eat beef could go to Pakistan, IANS news agency reported...

    “Those who are dying without eating beef can go to Pakistan or Arab countries or any other part of [the] world where it is available," he added...

  • Pakistan cannot exist without sectarian harmony, warn experts

    WASHINGTON: “Pakistan cannot exist without coexistence between Sunni and Shia Muslims,” warns a group of senior diplomats and scholars...

    The group which met in US capital also warned that time was running out for Pakistan to wake up to its present predicament and begin a serious reassessment of the fundamental challenges it faced...

  • Without ‘naya Karachi’ new Pakistan not possible: Imran

    KARACHI: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan has said that without a ‘new Karachi’ it will not be possible to fulfil his dream of creating a new Pakistan...

    Addressing an election rally here on Sunday, he appealed to the people of Karachi to lay the foundation of a new Pakistan by electing PTI candidate Imran Ismail from the NA-246 constituency...

  • No victory in Afghanistan without Pakistan’s support: US military chief

    WASHINGTON: Recent experiences indicate that the United States cannot win the war in Afghanistan without Pakistan’s support, says US military chief Gen Joseph Dunford...

    And US Defence Secretary James Mattis has said that a recent decision to stop reimbursements to the Pakistani military was not part of a tougher new US policy for Pakistan but it did reflect ground realities...

  • Foreigners entering Pakistan without valid visas to be prosecuted: Chaudhry Nisar

    The decision was taken during a meeting chaired by Nisar, in which it was decided that after the suspension of landing permits, all foreigners entering Pakistan without valid visas or without completing the immigration process would be proceeded against under Pakistani law, which could include arrest and prosecution, a statement issued by the interior ministry said...

    He said that the FIA, Civil Aviation and ministry should ensure...

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