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  • PGMI alumni conference

    LAHORE: The second alumni conference of the Post-Graduate Medical Institute (PGMI) was organised on Wednesday...

    Earlier, senior doctors said that the PGMI alumni conference would help disseminate medical knowledge and updates shared by old students to young medics enabling them improve their professional skills and abilities for better medical care for masses...

  • TCF celebrates 22 years in education with alumni success stories

    TCF — which operates 1,441 school units across the country and educates more than 200,000 boys and girls in urban slums and rural communities — had invited its alumni at the event to recount their educational journeys in the face of extraordinary social and financial difficulties...

    Ateed Riaz, the co-founder and chairman of TCF, led the discussion with three TCF alumni: Uzma Salim — now assistant accountant general at AG Sindh;...

  • Returning Rohingya will not be able to reclaim land, suggest officials

    SITTWE (Myanmar): Rohingya Muslims who return to Myanmar after fleeing to Bangladesh are unlikely to be able to reclaim their land, and may find that their crops have been harvested and sold by the government, according to officials and government plans...

    While the plans are not yet finalised, their comments reflect the government’s thinking on how Suu Kyi’s repatriation pledge will be implemented...

  • ‘India might not be able to defend itself from Pakistani missiles’

    ISLAMABAD: A nuclear expert from Moscow says despite heavy investments in developing anti-ballistic missile systems, India may not be able to fully defend itself in a conflict from strikes by Pakistani missiles...

    “Even in 10 years and with the huge budgets that India plans to spend on the development of nuclear weapons and capabilities, it is difficult to imagine it will be able to defend its territory from possible strikes from...

  • Mergers will not be able to save traditional active fund industry

    Much like the largest operators in the British supermarket sector the ‘midmarket’ fund house had achieved a dominant market position and was able to take advantage of economies of scale and distribution networks to draw in a relatively captive customer base...

    The question for anyone looking to buy is what are these businesses, and the assets they currently manage, actually worth? While many still have brands that are respected by...

  • Sharapova battles into second round at Stanford

    LOS ANGELES: Five-time Grand Slam champion Maria Sharapova made a battling return to US hardcourts on Monday with a 6-1, 4-6, 6-0 victory over American Jennifer Brady in Stanford, California...

    Sharapova, whose ranking has fallen to 171 in the world, received a wild card into the premier level tournament in Stanford, where she was tested on Monday by the 80th-ranked Brady...

  • Muguruza races to win in Stanford

    STANFORD: Wimbledon champion Garbie Muguruza dropped just two games in her first match since last month’s All-England Club triumph as she powered past American Kayla Day at the Stanford Classic on Wednesday...

    The Spaniard, who was taken to three sets by the 17-year-old Day at Indian Wells in March, was a decisive 6-2 6-0 winner at the Taube Family Tennis Stadium at Stanford University, needing less than an hour to book her place in...

  • Sharapova receives invite to WTA Stanford event

    LOS ANGELES: Five-time grand slam champion Maria Sharapova has received an invitation to play at the WTA Stanford tournament at the end of next month as the Russian star continues her return from a doping suspension...

    Sharapova’s comeback from a 15-month doping ban will include a stop at Stanford University for the July 31-August 6 event, organizers announced on Wednesday...

  • Venus reaches Stanford semis

    STANFORD (California): Top-seeded Venus Williams reached the Stanford Classic semi-finals, beating 17-year-old wild-card entry CiCi Bellis 6-4, 6-1 in an all-American match on Friday night...

  • NUST students win first place in Stanford Longevity Design Challenge

    Students from the National University of Science and Technology (NUST) won first place in the Stanford Center on Longevity Design Challenge 2017 held in California, TechJuice reported...

    The team from Pakistan competed against groups from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cornell University, Virginia Tech, University of Sao Paolo, Beijing University and Stanford University itself to bag the competition which offers a cash...

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