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  • PM to lay foundation of Hyderabad University next month, says governor

    KARACHI: Sindh Governor Muham­mad Zubair has announced that Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi will lay the foundation stone of the federal government-funded University of Hyder­abad next month and the funding for the Karachi Development Package, com­­mitted by the PM, would start within the next 10 days...

    The governor was speaking at a programme held at the Jinnah Sindh Medical University (JSMU) here on Friday to distribute 172...

  • Govt officers complain DMG officers undermining their cadre

    PESHAWAR: Officers of the Provincial Management Services (PMS) in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa started their two-day token strike on Friday against the proposed in-service training for provincial officers, saying it was an attempt to undermine their cadre by the Pakistan Administrative Service (PAS) and District Management Group (DMG) officers...

    The provincial government officers attended their offices while wearing black armbands and did not...

  • Zimbabwe series no surety for more tours: NZ players’ association

    KARACHI: “Zimbabwe tour may well have proceeded without any untoward incident but that in no way means future tours in Pakistan are safe,” Heath Mills, chief executive of New Zealand Cricket Players Association (NZCPA), said...

    “We are guided by independent security advisors and they advised FICA (Federation of International Cricketers’ Association) that the risk, and the ability to mitigate against it, continued to remain too great...

  • Young Doctors Association strikers ignore govt warning

    LAHORE: The ‘disgruntled’ segment in the Young Doctors Association (YDA) continued for the second day on Wednesday their strike in the outpatient departments of two teaching hospitals of Lahore though their leadership had assured health authorities of resuming work a day earlier...

    Eventually, Minister for SHME Khwaja Salman Rafique convened a meeting which was also attended by Faisalabad Medical University Vice Chancellor Prof...

  • Jalaluddin to work with Michigan Cricket Association in US

    KARACHI: Former Test fast bowler Jalaluddin will be working for cricket development with the Michigan Cricket Association, USA and will be leaving for his assignment on Saturday...

    Jalaluddin, who holds the distinction of performing the first ever hat-trick in One Day International cricket history in 1982 against Australia, has been invited by Shahid Ahmed, chairman Michigan Cricket Association, to work for the game’s development...

  • Young Doctors Association calls off strike after 15-day standoff

    The Young Doctors Association (YDA) leadership called off their 15-day-long strike in the public sector hospitals of Punjab on Tuesday after negotiations with the provincial health department "concluded in success"...

    "Negotiations with the health department turned out to be fruitful," said a YDA spokesperson, adding that the association's activists would resume duties in the indoor and outdoor departments of all public hospitals... ...

  • 47 Young Doctors Association activists shown the door

    LAHORE: The move to purge the medical fraternity of the ‘disgruntled’ segment began on Friday when 47 Young Doctors Association (YDA) activists - 11 post-graduate (PG) trainee doctors and 36 house officers – were shown the door...

    Six house officers of Lahore General Hospital, five each of Jinnah Hospital, Services Hospital (Lahore), Shaikh Zayed Hospital (Rahim Yar Khan), Allied Hospital, District Headquarters Hospital (Faisalabad)...

  • Global press association calls on South Africa to protect media freedoms

    The board of the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA), which represents 18,000 publications in 120 countries, called on the South African government to ensure an environment that better protects media freedom and independence of journalists...

    ] dismisses the Turkish authorities’ persistent and deliberate attempts to smear journalists by association with terrorism or terrorist-related activities," it said,...

  • Aussie players association wants to limit day-night Tests

    SYDNEY: Cricket Australia's plan to stage two day-night tests next season hit another hitch Friday when the players' association sought a limit of one...

    “The feedback we are receiving from our playing group is that there still remain concerns over day-night tests,” said the Australian Cricketers' Association chief executive Alistair Nicholson...

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