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  • 2 dead, several injured as train derailed near Hyderabad

    Two people were killed and a few others were injured when a train derailed near Hyderabad on Thursday, Edhi volunteers and hospital staff said...

    The Lahore-bound Jinnah Express, which had departed from Karachi, rammed into a goods train which was stationary on the tracksDetails to follow...

  • Inquiry blames driver, assistant for Hyderabad train crash

    LAHORE: A high-level inquiry team in its preliminary report has held the driver and his assistant responsible for the June 20 train crash near the Hyderabad railway station...

    “The preliminary inquiry concludes that the collision of 31-Up Jinnah Express in rear of the goods train between Kotri and Hyderabad stations was caused owing to overspeeding and non-observance of signals by the driver...

  • 2 injured as passenger train collides with cargo train near Khanpur

    According to a spokesperson for Pakistan Railways, a Shalimar Express train, travelling from Karachi to Lahore collided with Down 502 cargo train at 4:10pm near the Jheeta Bhatta railway station...

    The spokesperson added that the train's driver and assistant driver were "mildly injured" in the collision while all the passengers remained safe...

  • Rs220m scheme in jeopardy as water table dips in Landi Kotal

    LANDI KOTAL: The Rs220 million scheme to supply water to Landi Kotal is in jeopardy as the survey conducted for exploration of water sources has revealed considerable depletion of underground water table and drying up of decades-old natural wells in the region due to prolonged dry spell...

    The survey revealed that the underground water table had considerably depleted while the quantity of water running in natural springs on ground...

  • Opposition decides to table no-confidence motion against deputy speaker

    KARACHI: Three opposition parties on Monday decided to table a no-confidence motion in the Sindh Assembly against Deputy Speaker Syeda Shehla Raza for misusing her authority while chairing the assembly sessions to silence opposition lawmakers...

    “We have summoned a meeting of opposition parliamentary parties in the Sindh Assembly on Tuesday (today) to decide the time and the day to submit the vote of no-confidence move against the...

  • New ‘medical regime’ for civil servants on the table

    LAHORE: Anti-stress measures and periodic medical checkups are being planned for civil servants in Punjab to avoid posting of the ill at demanding posts, and allow them to undergo proper treatment...

    The measures are being planned in view of the absence of the nine-to-five office timings of senior bureaucrats and expectation from them to deliver as leaders of the administrative machinery
  • Robots set the table for human life on Mars

    LOWELL: Four sister robots built by Nasa could be pioneers in the colonisation of Mars, part of an advance construction team that sets up a habitat for more fragile human explorers...

    But first they’re finding new homes on Earth and engineers to hone their skills
  • Leicester all set to celebrate Christmas top of the league table

    LIVERPOOL: Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri was full of praise for his players after their 3-2 win at Everton ensured that they will top the Premier League table at Christmas...

    Mirallas brought Everton back to within one goal with a minute left, but Leicester held on and Ranieri was pleased by how his team had listened closely to his half-time instructions...

  • Bringing Taliban on table not sole responsibility of Pakistan: FO

    ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office said on Tuesday that Pakistan is making serious efforts for peace in Afghanistan but the country alone is not responsible to bring the Afghan Taliban on the table for dialogue...

    In an apparent response to Afghan president's recent speech, in which he said Afghanistan "no longer expects Pakistan to bring the Taliban to the negotiating table", FO spokesman Nafees Zakaria clarified that Pakistan condemns...

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