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  • PM Abbasi launches 100/100/100 education programme for children in Islamabad

    Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Monday inaugurated the 100/100/100 education programme targeting 100 per cent enrolment, retention and graduation of children in schools in Islamabad and hoped that the initiative would also be emulated by the provinces...

    The 100/100/100 programme was first mentioned in the annual budget speech by Finance Minister Miftah Ismail, who had said: "This is a national commitment that I make today to...

  • Apple to show off new iPhones, Apple TV

    CUPERTINO: Apple is expected to unveil a pair of new handsets at an event in San Francisco on Wednesday (today) analysts say, in addition to showing off a larger iPad and an updated Apple TV...

    When Apple executives take the stage at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, investors will be scrutinising their plans for the next generation of the iPhone, which drove nearly two-thirds of the company's $49...

  • Apple co-founder says Apple Card algorithm gave wife lower credit limit

    Apple Inc co-founder Steve Wozniak joined in the online debate over accusations of gender discrimination by the algorithm behind the iPhone maker's credit card, fuelling scrutiny of the newly launched Apple Card...

    The criticism started on Thursday, after entrepreneur David Heinemeier Hansson railed against the Apple Card in a series of Twitter posts, saying it gave him 20 times the credit limit his wife received...

  • PSX: Benchmark KSE-100 sheds 2,100 points after country goes into lockdown over virus threat

    The Pakistan Stock Exchange opened for trading two hours late at 11:30am on Tuesday, a day after the army was called in to impose a country-wide lockdown to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus which has affected over 900 people since the country's first case on Feb 26...

    But as soon as trading began, all hell broke loose as panicked investors rushed for the exit: The benchmark KSE-100 inedex plunged 1,826 points by 11:37am, just...

  • Wheat price gap widens to $100

    LAHORE: Pakistan Flour Mills Association (PFMA) has said that the differential between world and domestic wheat prices has widened to over $100 per tonne, making it impossible for them to export wheat products and maintain the regional market share...

    International prices have now dropped to around $200 per tonne and the domestic price has peaked to $315 (ex-godown), the association maintained...

  • Ogra rejects govt request to set LPG cylinder price at Rs1,100

    ISLAMABAD: The Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (Ogra) on Friday rejected a government request to set the Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) price at Rs1,100 per domestic cylinder and instead notified a 17 per cent lower price of Rs910...

    In two separate notifications issued on Friday, Ogra asked around 100 marketing companies to charge a maximum LPG consumer price of Rs77,220 per tonne or Rs910 per 11...

  • Price surge marks 100 days of govt

    KARACHI: Burdens on the common citizenry have increased markedly in the first 100 days of the new government as it moves to address the massive economic imbalances it inherited upon coming to power...

    The main drivers of the price surge already eating away at the purchasing power of common people are the depreciation of the rupee and the large hike in gas tariffs...

  • Apple cuts prices, screen sizes for new iPhone, iPad

    CUPERTINO: Apple went small — cutting prices as well as screen sizes — unveiling a new iPhone and iPad aimed at reaching more customers and boosting replacements, at a low-key product unveiling on Monday...

    The new launches came as Apple geared for a high-profile court battle with the US government on encryption and data protection, with chief executive Tim Cook claiming that protecting privacy is an obligation for the tech giant... ...

  • Alphabet passes Apple as world’s biggest company — now what?

    NEW YORK: Even before it became a household name, Google parent Alphabet has become the world’s most valuable company, vaulting past Apple in a sign of an evolving technology landscape...

    On Wall Street Tuesday, Alphabet’s shares reflected a market capitalisation to $547 billion following its strong earnings report while Apple’s value declined to $530bn with a modest dip in trading...

  • US may not need Apple's help to crack iPhone

    LOS ANGELES: The US government said Monday it may have found a way to crack the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino attackers without Apple's help, possibly avoiding a showdown with the tech giant...

    “With this goal in mind, the FBI has continued in its efforts to gain access to the phone without Apple's assistance, even during a month-long period of litigation with the company...

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