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  • India needs more jobs for women to boost growth: World Bank

    NEW DELHI: India must reverse a trend of falling women’s participation in the job market if it is to achieve its ambition of double-digit growth, the World Bank said on Monday...

    The World Bank in its latest report said just 27 per cent of Indian women were working or actively looking for a job, a matter of “serious concern” that was holding back economic growth...

  • IS graffiti found on State Bank wall in Rawalpindi

    RAWALPINDI:  The police have launched an investigation and registered a case against unidentified persons after noticing the name of the so-called Islamic State (IS) written in chalk on the rear wall of the State Bank of Pakistan’s building in Saddar on Thursday...

    The wall chalking in the high security area in Rawalpindi alerted the police and intelligence agencies who removed it and started looking for those responsible after...

  • Bank robbed in broad daylight in Rawalpindi

    RAWALPINDI: A gang stormed a private commercial bank on Peshwar Road in broad daylight on Monday, injuring the security guards on duty and keeping the staff at the bank hostage before escaping with Rs5...

    The manager at the bank, Zulfiqar Kiani, told the police that he was busy attending customers at the bank when a car stopped outside the door and three men disembarked...

  • 32 bank accounts compromised in Rawalpindi ATM skimming incident

    Hundreds of thousands of rupees have been skimmed out of 32 accounts of a private bank located in the Saddar area of Rawalpindi, indicating the presence of ATM hackers in the twin cities including Islamabad, DawnNews reported on Wednesday...

    Reports of unauthorised withdrawals have caused a panic among account holders, whereas the bank's staff seem helpless in the face of the security breach, simply promising those affected that their...

  • Smooth as silk

    Cold wind, soft and warm sunlight and a drop in temperature; all are signs of winter...

    For some people cold winter days bring roses to the cheeks while others feel uncomfortable due to flaky, cracking and itchy skin of the face, hands and feet
  • China's Silk Road revival hits the buffers

    From a stalled Indonesian rail project to an insurgency-threatened economic corridor in Pakistan, China's push to revive Silk Road trade routes is running into problems that risk tarnishing the economic crown jewel of Xi Jinping's presidency...

  • China’s Silk Road revival project hits buffers

    SINGAPORE: From a stalled Indonesian rail project to an insurgency-threatened economic corridor in Pakistan, China’s push to revive Silk Road trade routes has been running into problems that risk tarnishing the economic crown jewel of Xi Jinping’s presidency...

  • China’s new silk road: What’s in it for Pakistan?

    “The Pak-Iran pipeline is on hold, the World Bank-backed Central Asia South Asia Electricity Transmission and Trade Project has to contend with security issues relating to the passageway through Afghanistan, and importing power from India has to wait for core issues between the two countries to resolve,” he said...

    This initiative includes the New Silk Road which will link China with Europe through Central Asia and the Maritime Silk...

  • Chinese 'Silk Road' firms to help Balochistan mine minerals

    The government of resource-rich Balochistan wants Chinese companies to kick-start a boom in its mining industry by including the sector into Beijing's Belt and Road Initiative, a senior provincial mining official said...

    Beijing has pledged $57 billion for the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), a flagship Belt and Road project that first focused on Chinese firms building roads and power stations but is now expanding to include...
  • India skips China's Silk Road summit, warns of 'unsustainable' debt

    Chinese President Xi Jinping is hosting dozens of world leaders and senior officials on Sunday for the country's biggest diplomatic showcase of the year, touting his vision of a new “Silk Road” that opens trade routes across the globe...

    One of the criticisms of the Silk Road plan is that host countries may struggle to pay back loans for huge infrastructure projects being carried out and funded by Chinese companies and banks...

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