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  • PRA wants YouTube, Dailymotion registered

    LAHORE: The Punjab Revenue Authority (PRA) on Thursday served separate notices to two international video-sharing websites — YouTube and Dailymotion — and a local website Mustakbil...

    “As you are providing taxable services in Punjab Pakistan you, therefore, are liable to comply with the rules under this jurisdiction...

  • Seniors should either step up or step down: Shahid Afridi

    Pakistan's T20 captain and seasoned all-rounder Shahid Afridi has said that senior members of the national cricket team should either step up their game or step down themselves to give a chance to new budding players, DawnNews reported...

    Following an unimpressive performance during the World Cup and the sole T20 International match played between Pakistan and Bangladesh, the mercurial all-rounder offered to retire from all formats of...

  • Pakistan safe for cricket, says Cutting

    LAHORE: Quetta Gladiators’ Australian cricketer Ben Cutting on Tuesday said Pakistan was safe for cricket and he did not have any apprehensions on coming here to play in the HBL Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2020...

    “Security was not my concern as I had seen the security measures during the World Eleven tour in September 2017,” Cutting said while talking to media during the Gladiators’ practice session here at the National Cricket...

  • France unveils debt-cutting, pro-business reform plan

    PARIS: French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe unveiled an ambitious programme of tax cuts and reduced public spending on Tuesday designed to boost investment and end the country’s reliance on state borrowing...

    Philippe put spurring entrepreneurship at the heart of his first policy speech to the National Assembly after presidential and parliamentary elections in May and June
  • TRENDS: JEWELLERY’S CUTTING-EDGE NEW TERRITORIES

    “The bride will always wear gold but other people at a wedding may opt for a single piece of jewellery that stands out,” says Sana Hafeez Sheikh, the representative of Indian brand Outhouse Jewellery in Pakistan...

    ”Beyond the blingy requirements of the wedding-bound crowd, one also sees cutting-edge, more economical options enter the fray...

  • PPP issues cutting rejoinder to MQM-P’s ‘white paper’ against Sindh govt

    KARACHI: In a rejoinder to the ‘white paper’ issued by the Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan, the Sindh government on Friday said it was an attempt by the MQM-P to revive the politics of hatred on linguistic grounds as the ‘hidden agenda’ behind this move was to complete the mission of MQM-London that introduced the politics of ‘fear and tyranny’ in the province...

    Foreseeing their defeat in the next elections, the MQM-P had attempted...

  • MQM leader’s brother, others booked for China-cutting business, money laundering

    KARACHI: The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has registered two FIRs against the brother of a London-based MQM leader, a banker and several officials of an exchange company for illegally transferring money out of Pakistan through fake bank accounts and Hawala to the UK and the UAE, it emerged on Friday...

    They allegedly transferred between Rs50 million and Rs60m generated through land grabbing, particularly China-cutting — the...

  • FIR registered against firm for cutting down 540 neem trees

    KARACHI: The Sindh forests department (SFD) finally succeeded in getting an FIR registered on Tuesday against the firm organising the annual cattle market for cutting down its 540 neem trees along the Superhighway between Toll Plaza and the Wadi-i-Hussain graveyard...

    The FIR (No 93/16) has been registered on the report by SFD Range Forest Officer Imran Bhutto under Sections 379, 427, 34, etc of the Pakistan Penal Code, against the...

  • Cutting crime rate

    WE are facing the worst law and order problems in our mega cities, Karachi being the worst...

    Sometimes we feel that the problems are unmanageable but in most of the cases big problems have simple and straightforward solutions
  • China-cutting blamed for deadly landslide

    There were speculations and deep suspicions that illegal construction or the much publicised “China-cutting” led to the deadly happening...

    It later emerged that the plot where the incident took place was owned by a police officer who was also allegedly involved in “China-cutting”, the term used for illegal plotting, mostly on amenity land or space meant for other public services...

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