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  • PTI terms national health programme political stunt

    LAHORE: The Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) has termed “Prime Minister National Health Programme” a “political stunt” while issuing a report on the Punjab government’s performance in the health sector...

    He rejected the PM’s national health scheme, calling it a political stunt claiming that 231,400 children were dying every year due to lack of facilities and incompetence and illegibility of the government...

  • Philippines hits out at Madonna over flag stunt

    MANILA: The Philippines criticised Madonna on Sunday for disrespecting its flag during a concert in Manila, and said it would call on organisers of future events to avoid similar incidents...

    Photos from one of her two concerts last week published in local media showed the 57-year-old American mega-star draped in the Philippine flag
  • Scam, robbery or stunt?

    After the news of robbers breaking into Hollywood diva Kim Kardashian’s hotel and stealing jewelry worth $10 million and the treatment meted out to Indian actress Mallika Sharawat as she got robbed and beaten in Paris, the case of two Qatari women’s stolen jewellery on the motorway suggests that something’s rotten in the state of France...

    However, things began to look a little shady when the Paris police investigated Kim K’s case and...
  • PPP rejects PM’s announcement of uplift projects as ‘electioneering stunt’

    HYDERABAD: Pakistan Peoples Party-Parliamenta­rians information secretary Maula Bux Chandio has rejected the prime minister’s announcement of development projects for Hyderabad as a mere electioneering stunt...

    Mr Chandio said the PM was welcome to visit Sindh being the elected prime minister of Pakistan, but he must remember that it was he who started the trend of not receiving the elected prime minister in Punjab when he was the...

  • Thai PM’s ‘cut-out’ stunt bemuses public

    BANGKOK: Thais were left bemused by the latest antics of Thai junta leader Prayut Chan-O-Cha after he told reporters to direct any serious questions to a cardboard cut-out of himself...

    Talking to reporters outside Government House on Monday, Prayut turned the media’s attention to the life-size likeness after an aide dutifully placed the cut-out in front of a microphone
  • Daniyal’s PIA sell-off stunt

    “It’s no more than a stunt...

    It all started last month when Federal Privatisation Minister Daniyal Aziz appeared to inject fresh air into the deflated privatisation balloon, as he announced his plans to trigger the process for the sale of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA)...

  • Abuse and hush money — Pakistan's domestic workers caught in a dangerous cycle of violence

    According to Shabnam Naji, a lawyer and Chairperson Peace Council Pakistan, mutual settlements such as these that are made outside the ambit of law-enforcing institution, are advantageous for the accused party...

    “Very few victims are able to have their pleas heard since the family cannot bear the [monetary] brunt of the High Court,” explains Javed William, the president of Faces Pakistan...

  • Understanding Pakistan’s boom-bust cycle

    HISTORICAL data reveals that Pakistan’s GDP exhibits booms followed by sharp busts...

    Does the current macroeconomic scenario indicate a high risk of a crisis? If so, what are the policy lessons to prevent such an episode from occurring in the future?Recent data on Pakistan’s current account reveals worryingly similar patterns...

  • Wazir wins cycle race

    KARACHI: National rider Mohammad Wazir of the Sui Southern Gas Company (SSGC) won the 144km Karachi to Hyderabad Defence Day Cycle Race, the Pakistan Cycling Federation (PCF) announced on Monday...

    The event was hosted as part of the Golden Jubilee celebrations of the Defence Day of Pakistan...

  • Wall Street banks warn winter is coming as business cycle peaks

    The global business cycle is nearing a peak, leaving equity and credit markets at risk of a painful drop once the economic headwinds inevitably take hold...

    Analysts at HSBC Holdings, Citigroup and Morgan Stanley see mounting evidence that global markets are in the last stage of their rallies before a downturn in the business cycle...

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