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  • He said what? Prince Philip in quotes

    LONDON: Britain’s Prince Philip, who is to retire from public engagements at the age of 95, earned a reputation for his off-the-cuff remarks during his long career as the queen’s consort...

    Here are some of his most memorable lines:• “You’re about to see the world’s most experienced plaque-unveiler
  • Statistics minister rejects Sindh's objections to census results

    The federal government on Wednesday rejected Sindh's objections on the recently released results of the national, with Minister for Statistics Kamran Michael asking critics to take their objections to the Council of Common Interest (CCI)...

    He claimed that the statistics gathered by civilian and armed officials are the same...

  • Wah Cantt election statistics reveal interesting trends

    TAXILA: The statistics from the Cantonment Board elections in Wah, shared by the local election commission, have revealed that some interesting new records were set in the polls...

    The statistics, available with Dawn, reveal that despite the fact the local government elections were held after a gap of 17 years, the participation was lacklustre...

  • Alarming statistics of dementia

    LAHORE: Alzheimer’s Pakistan organized a seminar on the ‘Alzheimer’s Disease & Related Dementia at a local hotel here on Saturday...

    Among others Dr Yasmin Raashid, patron, Alzheimer’s Pakistan, Dr Hussain Jafri, secretary general, Dr Ali Hashmi, Dr Yasmin Ehsan and Dr Shahdia Batool atttended the seminar...

  • Statistics show marked drop in terrorist attacks

    WASHINGTON: There has been a marked reduction in terrorist attacks and deaths in Pakistan in 2015, but terrorists seem to have become more lethal as the ratio of deaths per attack has increased...

    The statistics from a comparative study of the US State Department’s country reports on terrorism for 2014 and 2015 also show a greater decrease in the number of people injured in these attacks...

  • Top statistics body fails to fix census timeline

    ISLAMABAD: The governing council of the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS) on Saturday failed to come up with a timeline for holding the much-awaited population and housing census in the country...

    Agriculture census 2017 will be conducted and data on price statistics will be collected through Android technology using tablets, which will significantly curtail the time lag in data processing...

  • Pakistan only Saarc country to improve Corruption Perceptions Index score: TI

    ISLAMABAD: The Transparency International (TI) maintained on Tuesday that Pakistan was the only country among the five Saarc countries that improved its Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) score...

    TI Pakistan Chairman Sohail Muzaffar said in a statement that the CPI score for Pakistan had again increased by one point to 30, and the country’s rank had improved by three...

  • Pakistan to host Saarc conference on anti-corruption

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan will host a South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (Saarc) conference on anti-corruption soon...

    This was said by National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Chairman Qamar Zaman Chaudhry while speaking at a conference of the States Parties to the United Nations Convention Against Corruption in Saint Petersburg, Russia, on Wednesday...

  • Poor governance, corruption hamper food security in Pakistan: ADB

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan is facing formidable challenges to imp­r­­oving food security beca­use of poor governance, lack of economic growth and instability within the country as well as on its borders, Asian Development Bank has said in a report...

    A country study on Pakistan incorporated in the publication, says: “Today, overall, Pakistan is in a comfortable situation in terms of food supply and availability, particularly for rice...

  • Imran links Pakistan’s prosperity to end of corruption

    SARGODHA: Pakistan can­not prosper unless there is ruthless accountability of the corrupt rulers who plundered the people’s wealth and stashed their money in offshore accounts, Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chairperson Imran Khan said at a public meeting in Khushab, some 40 kilometres from here, on Friday...

    The PTI chief said he had visited Khushab some 21 years ago with the agenda to root out corruption from politics in Pakistan,...

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