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  • Five, including Karnataka MLA, die in Andhra Pradesh train accident

    A Member of India's Legislative Assembly (MLA) Venkatesh Nayak and four others were killed on Monday morning when an express train and a granite-laden truck collided at a level crossing in Andhra Pradesh state's Anantapur area, said a report published on Hindustan Times...

    At least 25 people are reported to have been injured in this second fatal railway accident this month, which took place in Madakasira — more than 450km from...

  • Hopes on hold for model Andhra capital

    A staggering $15 billion is needed to transform Amaravati from a few shiny buildings, villages and thousands of acres of agricultural land into the envisioned capital of Andhra Pradesh, one of India’s largest states...

    Andhra once had another capital — the booming tech and business powerhouse of Hyderabad, which pulses with IT know-how and a startup culture...

  • Censor board prohibits Face Film Festival from screening another film

    ISLAMABAD: Another film that was to be screened at the Foundation for Arts, Culture and Education (Face) Film Festival 2016 was banned by the censor board for being ‘anti-state’...

    The festival was not allowed to screen Besieged in Quetta, a film by independent filmmaker Asef Ali Mohammad which shed light on the plight of the city’s Hazara population...

  • Israeli film pulled from Oslo film festival

    NEW YORK: A film by an Israeli filmmaker was pulled from an Oslo film festival on Thursday because it dealt with Israeli subject matter, but did not address the Israeli occupation of Palestine and the sufferings inflicted by Israel...

  • Cement exports may shrink after lifting of Iran sanctions

    KARACHI: Pakistan’s cement exports may drop with the start of next year as more and more Iranian cement will land in the world market after lifting of sanctions...

    “I think the drop in Pakistani cement exports may range between 10 and 15 per cent after December 2015,” an official of a leading cement maker said, asking not to be named
  • Global oil glut to ‘shrink dramatically’ this year: IEA

    PARIS: A global oil glut that has sent prices tumbling is set to “shrink dramatically” later this year, as wildfires have disrupted Canada’s output and demand in India soars, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Thursday...

    “This lends support to our view that the global supply surplus of oil will shrink dramatically later this year,” it added...

  • Akhtar's advice to Amir: ‘Hire a shrink’

    Former Pakistan pacer Shoaib Akhtar has advised disgraced fast bowler Mohammad Amir to ‘hire a shrink’ as he charts his return to international cricket after a five-year ban for spot-fixing...

    “I really want him to grow up, mature and get serious help, get a serious shrink, and serious advisors, and go out to perform to the best of his ability,” the 40-year-old Akhtar told Gulf News in an interview...

  • Banking profits shrink

    KARACHI: Banking profits declined substantially in July-September, according to the quarterly compendium issued by the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) on Wednesday...

    Experts said the decline was mainly due to a major cut in Habib Bank’s bottom line as it paid a heavy penalty to the US banking regulator
  • Afghan forces shrink by 11pc as security deteriorates

    WASHINGTON: The number of Afghan security forces decreased by nearly 11 per cent in the past year, the US government’s top watchdog on Afghanistan said on Tuesday, an indication of the difficulty Kabul will have in dealing with its precarious security situation...

    Twin blasts in the Afghan capital Kabul killed at least 26 people on Monday, including nine journalists who had arrived to report on the first explosion and were apparently...
  • ‘Crucial period’ for oil as Iran exports shrink: IEA

    PARIS: Global oil output hit a record of 100 million barrels per day in August, but the market may tighten and prices rise as exports from Iran and Venezuela decline, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Thursday...

    “We are entering a very crucial period for the oil market,” the IEA said in its latest monthly report
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