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  • India the architect of their own downfall: De Villiers

    And De Villiers feels India have been the “architect of their own downfall...

    ”“Our players are used to Indian conditions and India have been their own architect of this result by having overseas players getting used to the Indian conditions [through IPL],” De Villiers told The Times of India...

  • SC proposes appointment of architect to restore Karak temple

    ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court proposed on Tuesday that a renowned architect be employed to rebuild a Hindu temple in Karak district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa as had been done in case of a temple in Shahalmi Market of Lahore a few years ago...

    The surrounding walls will spoil the area, observed the chief justice, recalling how a temple in Shahalmi Market, Lahore, was reconstructed by architect Kamil Khan, who had a clear understanding of...

  • Scrapped Tokyo Olympic stadium architect gives up new bidding

    TOKYO: Architect Zaha Hadid has pulled out of bidding for designing Tokyo’s 2020 Olympics stadium, her Japanese business partner said, only two weeks after their announcement to join the competition...

    Prime Minister Shinzo Abe shocked Olympic organisers in July when he pulled the plug on the Iraqi-British architect’s winning design as soaring costs put it on course to become the world’s most expensive sports stadium...

  • Architect Habib Fida Ali passes away

    KARACHI: Renowned Pakistani architect Habib Fida Ali passed away on Saturday...

    He returned to Karachi in the mid-1960s and joined a US architect, William Perry, who was practicing in those days in the metropolis...

  • In memoriam : Requiem for an architect

    We would often meet at architectural gatherings, but a close encounter with the late architect took place when I met him to discuss documenting his wonderful houses for my book 100+1 Pakistani Architects and their own Houses...

  • Some solutions to Pakistan's professor mafia

    Earlier this month, Professor Pervez Hoodbhoy wrote an article describing the mechanisms of what he termed Pakistan's professor mafia and the various "academic crimes" that this racket commits to the detriment of Pakistan's higher education system...

    In this article, I wish to offer what I believe can be solid solutions to the issues highlighted by Professor Hoodbhoy...

  • Pakistan calls for inclusive political solutions to disputes

    UNITED NATIONS: Pakistan told the international community on Tuesday that the protection of civilians is best served by “addressing the root causes of conflicts, and finding inclusive political solutions to disputes and seeking peaceful settlement of conflicts”...

    Pakistan’s UN Ambassador Maleeha Lodhi told the Security Council, “this strategy would lead us to sustainable and enduring peace and security; it has been demonstrated time...

  • Nato chief urges US and Turkey to 'sit down and find solutions'

    North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (Nato) chief Jens Stoltenberg on Friday urged the United States and Turkey to “sit down and find solutions” to a crisis in relations between the two key members of the military alliance...

    “I only urge the US and Turkey to sit down and find solutions because it is important for the alliance that we are able to work closely together, especially in that region, because Turkey is a key ally in our fight...

  • Solutions please

    READERS often complain that writers focus on problems and not solutions...

    This may be true to some extent but it is also true that some readers look for easy solutions to complex social problems, eg, how Pakistan can achieve good governance and rapid progress...

  • Quest for solutions

    COMMENTS on a number of my recent articles have stated that I have focused on delineating/diagnosing issues and have not given solutions...

    Given the increasing inequality trends in Pakistan, I asked him how he compared Pakistan with South America as they have had significant inequalities too...

  • Earthly matters: Solutions to save civilisation

    Last week, on the occasion of the European Climate Diplomacy Day, the Embassies of France and Germany hosted a photography exhibition entitled “60 Solutions” and the screening of a film, Home by Yann Arthus-Bertand at the Pakistan National Council of Arts (PNCA)...

    ” While this debate between rich countries (who want the world to cut emissions together) and poor countries (who want the rich countries to cut more of their emissions...

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