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  • View from abroad: Can’t live with EU — can’t live without EU

    Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia have joined the long list of countries which want a so-called “road map” leading up to membership of the EU...

    The prime ministers of Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia, Bosnia, Kosovo and Albania, all hoping to join the bloc, have said their cooperation should be rewarded with projects like new road and rail links...

  • Census road map

    AFTER many months of silence, it looks like the exercise to hold a population census by March may well be on track after all...

    Some serious delays have been encountered, and there was even talk back in August of scrapping the exercise altogether
  • Road map needed

    RESEARCH by the Urban Resource Centre Karachi has established that in the absence of a reasonable transport system a large percentage of women do not work, children often do not get to school, time and costs of commuting in uncomfortable conditions adversely affect the physical and mental health of commuters and increase poverty and domestic violence...

    In addition, it also results in massive environmental degradation, inappropriate...

  • ADB’s road map to help attract investment in mineral sector

    ISLAMABAD: The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has finalised a road map for attracting private-sector investment from both domestic and international investors in the mineral sector of Pakistan, especially in Balochistan...

    The road map, contained in the final report which has been prepared at the completion of a small-scale policy and advisory assistance, has been designed to help the federal government and Balochistan manage and...

  • Nations agree on global road map to steer breakneck urbanisation

    QUITO (Ecuador): The United Nations formally adopted a global road map to grapple with rapid urbanisation on Thursday, capping nearly two years of behind-the-scenes international negotiations aimed at designing development priorities for cities and towns over the long term...

    7 billion people now live in cities...

  • Road incident involving Imran’s sister triggers live guessing game

    LAHORE: Imran Khan and his sister, the prime minister’s daughter Maryam Nawaz, as well as former president Asif Ali Zardari’s sister Faryal Talpur — it was a cast worthy of a blockbuster...

    In the first scene, a car occupied by Mr Khan’s sister Dr Uzma Khan and two of her children was shown to be travelling down a road in Gulberg, Lahore...

  • Book launched on history of education in Larkana under Talpur, British rules

    THATTA: Academicians and writers highly commended the launch of History of Education in Larkana - Talpur and British Period authored by Dr Ghulam Ali Sangi at a ceremony held here at Makli Gymkhana the other day...

    D thesis entitled Role of education in sociopolitical and economic conditions of Larkana, Sukkur and Dadu districts during the Talpur and British periods prepared under the guidance of educationist and historian Dr Hameeda...

  • ‘Kalhora, Talpur era heritage sites in Dadu vanishing’

    DADU: Well-known historian, scholar and writer Professor Aziz Kingrani has expressed his concern over neglect of Mughal, Kalhora and Talpur era relics, artifacts and other rare articles at various historical and heritage sites situated within the Kachho belt of Dadu district...

    Presenting a picture of the sorry state of the sites, Prof Kingrani the painting depicting the Mughal, Kalhora and Talpur era art were decaying as many of the...

  • SHC allows Zardari's brother-in-law Munawwar Talpur to go abroad for treatment

    The Sindh High Court (SHC) on Tuesday allowed ex-president Asif Ali Zardari's brother-in-law MNA Mir Munawwar Ali Talpur to leave the country for two months in order to get medical treatment abroad...

    Headed by Justice Naimatullah Phulpoto, a two-judge bench granted Mir Talpur's application and ordered that he may travel abroad for medical treatment from Dec 14 to Feb 14...

  • Notices issued on pleas seeking disqualification of Faryal Talpur, others

    KARACHI: The Sindh High Court (SHC) on Tuesday directed the federal and provincial law officers to argue on the maintainability of petitions seeking disqualification of former lawmakers belonging to the Pakistan Peoples Party...

    SHC to hear arguments on maintainability of the petitions on June 12The petitions were filed by Moazzam Abbasi, Muhammad Zubair, Mir Punhal Khan Talpur and Mumtaz Ali Chandio, who had challenged the...

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