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  • Pakistan Medical Commission to subsidise registration fees for licensing exams

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Medical Commission (PMC) on Thursday announced that it would give discount to the medical students in the registration fee for the National Licensing Examination (NLE)...

    The council clarified that it did not have the power or authority to exempt anyone from the NLE as it is mandated by the law that any person who graduated after September 2020 would need to qualify the NLE to obtain a full licence and this had...

  • Visa woes: ‘Chachas’ to miss Pakistan-India World T20 match

    ISLAMABAD: As Pakistan take on arch-rivals India in a high voltage World Twenty20 game on Saturday in Kolkata, they will miss two of their key attractions: 'chachas' Abdul Jalil and Mohammad Zaman...

    The two die-hard cricket fans, prominent because of their facial hair, dress and decades spent hitting the stands, will miss out on the World Twenty20 championship in India due to visa issues...

  • India issues visa to Pakistan blind cricket team for 2017 world cup

    Pakistan blind cricket team was issued visas on Wednesday by the Indian High Commission for participating in the World T20 Championship in India, Pakistan Blind Cricket Council (PBCC) officials told DawnNews...

    The team also got No Objection Certificates (NOCs) from the government, said PBCC General Manager Haroon Yousaf...

  • Pakistan approach WSF to cancel event after India’s visa refusal

    ISLAMABAD: After refusal of Indian visas for the Pakistani players, Pakistan Squash Federation (PSF) has approached the world squash bodies to look into the matter and ensure participation of Pakistan players in the World Junior Championship 2018 or cancel this event as India is doing injustice to Pakistan who are the defending champions...

    World Junior Squash Individual & Team Championship is scheduled to be played in Chennai, India...

  • Pakistan beat Singapore, Hong Kong

    KUALA LUMPUR: Pakistan netball team was off to a flying start on the first day of the Asian Men’s Netball Championship 2016 that commenced here at Dewan Serbaguna Complex on Friday when they won back to back matches against Singapore and Hong Kong...

    Six teams are participating in this event including Brunei, Hong Kong, Mala­ysia, Singapore, Pakistan and India...

  • Karachi-based team of women entrepreneurs to represent Pakistan in Singapore startup weekend

    Last weekend, tech incubator The Nest I/O organised the Startup Weekend Women edition, where more than 200 aspiring women entrepreneurs from various backgrounds participated to work on and develop their own tech companies...

    The event not only focused on uplifting local women businesses, but will also allow them to showcase their talent globally at Techstars Global Startup Weekend Women which will be held in Singapore in March...

  • Gwadar will be ‘Singapore’ of Pakistan: official

    GWADAR: Gwadar Development Authority director general Shahzeb Khan Kakar has said that Gwadar will be developed into a smart port city as it is the future ‘Singapore’ of Pakistan...

    “The city should have already been developed like Singapore 10 years ago, but there were some mistakes that have been corrected...

  • Students protest in Dhaka against tax on university fees

    DHAKA: Thousands of students staged street protests in the Bangladeshi capital for a second straight day on Thursday against a tax on university fees which they say discriminates against private higher education...

    Tensions were high after police fired rubber bullets and tear gas at protesting students on Wednesday from the city’s East West University after they blocked a key road...

  • PMDC allows medical colleges to increase fees

    ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC) on Monday agreed in principle to increase the fee for private medical colleges subject to certain conditions...

    Colleges have been informed that fees can only be increased to no more than Rs800,000 if they ensure admissions are on merit, improve infrastructure, provide free medical education to 5pc students and submit an affidavit that they will follow the agreement...

  • Chief justice takes notice of 'exorbitant' fees levied on applicants for govt jobs

    Chief Justice of Pakistan Mian Saqib Nisar on Friday took notice of an application filed by a university student pertaining to the high fees liable to be paid by applicants for job vacancies, according to a statement issued from the public relations department of the Supreme Court...

    On the directions of the chief justice, the government on Friday issued instructions to all ministries and their divisions to cover 50 per cent of the...

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