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  • Controversial data firm Cambridge Analytica closes down

    LONDON: Cambridge Analytica, the data firm embroiled in a controversy over its handling of Facebook user data, and its British parent firm SCL Elections have ceased operations, the company said on Wednesday...

    Cambridge Analytica and SCL Elections will begin bankruptcy proceedings, the firm said, after losing clients and facing mounting legal fees in the controversy over reports the company harvested personal data about Facebook users...

  • Cambridge Analytica files for voluntary bankruptcy in US: court

    Cambridge Analytica, the British marketing analytics firm, filed for voluntary Chapter 7 bankruptcy in the Southern District of New York, court filings showed...

    The firm, whose attorney filed on Wednesday, announced early May that it would close and file for insolvency in Britain and the United States after failing to recover from the Facebook data scandal...

  • Cambridge Analytica did receive data from researcher in Facebook storm, ex-chief says

    LONDON: Cambridge Ana­­­­­lytica’s former chief denied deliberately misleading British lawmakers, even as he admitted that his firm did receive data from the researcher at the centre of a scandal over Facebook data, contradicting his previous testimony...

    Cambridge Analytica has said its work on Donald Trump’s presidential campaign did not use data at the centre of the Facebook scandal, where the details of around 87 million users...

  • Mountaineers denied entry into Pakistan

    ISLAMABAD: Several mountaineers who have travelled to Pakistan regularly for climbing have been denied entry into Pakistan this summer, according to Alpine Club of Pakistan...

    Three Nepali Sherpas – high altitude mountain guides – and a veteran Australian-New Zealander climber, Chris Jensen Burke, were sent back after they landed in Pakistan...

  • MSCI mulls Pakistan re-entry in EM index

    The words in the review released by Geneva-based MSCI that caused all the euphoria were: “In today’s announcement, MSCI also said that it will include the Pakistan Index in its 2016 Annual Market Classification Review for a potential reclassification to emerging markets...

    ”Haroon Askari, Deputy Managing Director at the KSE, observed that it was a moment to rejoice as the bourse had succeeded in convincing the board of MSCI after...

  • After initial refusal, Pakistan allows entry to over 100 deported by Saudi Arabia

    LAHORE: Pakistan on Tuesday refused entry to 107 Pakistani citizens deported by Saudi Arabia for not having the requisite entry documents but later allowed entry to the deportees on orders of the interior ministry, airport sources said...

    A flight from Jeddah carried the deportees to Lahore airport on Tuesday, however, immigration officials refused them entry as the deportees did not have the required documents needed for entry... ...

  • SCO summit may begin process of Pakistan’s entry

    ISLAMABAD: The Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) summit, which begins in the Russian city of Ufa from Thursday, is likely to set the ball rolling for entry of Pakistan and India into its folds, a senior diplomat said...

    “Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif will lead the Pakistan delegation to the Meeting of the Heads of States Council of the Shanghai Coope­ration Organisation (SCO) in Ufa on 9-10 July 2015,” the Foreign Office...

  • American national denied entry into Pakistan, deported

    RAWALPINDI: An American national was denied entry into the country by immigration staff at the Islamabad International Airport because she had been ‘blacklisted’...

    According to sources, the 85-year-old American woman arrived on Pakistan International Airlines flight PK-701 from Heathrow Thursday night...

  • After Trump's Afghan policy statement, China reaffirms support to Pakistan

    Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Tuesday reaffirmed Beijing's support to Pakistan during a meeting with Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua hours after US President Donald Trump lambasted Pakistan for allegedly offering safe haven to "agents of chaos" in his South Asia policy announcement...

    Earlier, as Beijing came to Islamabad's defence in light of Trump's remarks, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying asserted that...

  • FIFA STATEMENT ON GOAL PROJECTS IN PAKISTAN

    “While Goal Projects 1 and 2 – the construction of the association’s headquarters in Lahore and the construction of a technical centre for the training of national and youth teams in Karachi, respectively — have been implemented, Goal Project 3 comprises the construction of four technical centres in flood-affected areas in Pakistan and is set to be fully completed soon,” a FIFA spokesperson told Dawn...

    “Please note that on March 17,...

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