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  • Market share of inverter ACs surges to 70pc

    KARACHI: The market share of inverter air conditioners (ACs) has jumped this year on the back of competitive prices and the fact that people tend to conserve energy more...

    “People have now become more aware about the benefits of inverter technology,” he believed...

  • Rangers have mandate to operate in Karachi, not in whole province: CM

    KARACHI: The Sindh government on Tuesday moved to consolidate its position amid the ongoing debate on its strained relations with the Pakistan Rangers when Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah insisted that the paramilitary force was given powers only to establish peace in Karachi and not to operate in the whole province...

    Furthermore, they were given powers to operate only in Karachi and not in the entire province...

  • EPICURIOUS: EATING THE WHOLE ANIMAL

    The lady wife had ordered a wide selection of meat to be delivered to the house just as we arrived, and one of the items was ox cheeks, not something I had ever cooked before...

    In Britain, so-called nose-to-tail cooking was popularised by Fergus Henderson in his book The Whole Beast...

  • ‘Cruyff belongs to the whole world’

    BARCELONA: Dutch football great Johan Cruyff “belongs to the whole world”, his son Jordi Cruyff said Tuesday as he visited a memorial in honour of the former Barcelona player and manager at Camp Nou...

    “We understood that Johan is not only ours, he belongs to the whole world,” he said...

  • Authorities need a whole jail barrack to put in profiteers

    PESHAWAR: The district administration has requested the Peshawar Central Jail authorities to spare a barrack for profiteers...

    A total of 712 local shopkeepers have been arrested for making unreasonable profit during the first 10 days of Ramazan, said spokesman for the district administration Feroz Shah on Monday
  • Whole of 68-bed CPEIC starts functioning

    MULTAN: The 68-bed emergency ward of Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi Institute of Cardiology (CPEIC) started fully functioning on Friday...

    It was stated by CPEIC Executive Director Dr Rana Altaf while he was talking to Dawn here on Friday
  • Literary Notes: Justice Kayani revealed half truths, but could laugh at whole ones

    As pointed out by Iftikhar Ahmed Khan in his foreword to Kayani’s book Not the whole truth, Kayani’s modesty and humbleness made him unpopular among those who mattered...

    But Ayub Khan, the then president of Pakistan, had written the foreword to Kayani’s book Not the whole truth, or at least it was signed by him, though it might have been penned by a bureaucrat like Altaf Gauher...

  • Whole team under microscope, says Finch

    MELBOURNE: Australia captain Aaron Finch has said his whole team are under pressure after losing their fourth consecutive ODI series, with the batting order under particular scrutiny after failing to trouble South Africa...

  • Pompeo urges China to share details with ‘whole world’

    WASHINGTON: US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo urged Beijing on Friday to make details of the emergence of the novel coronavirus “available to the whole world” after accusing the communist regime of initially covering up the outbreak...

    And that puts a special obligation to make sure that data gets to our scientists, our professionals,” Pompeo told reporters at the White House...

  • Dhoni changed whole face of Indian cricket, says Misbah

    SOUTHAMPTON: Pakistan head coach Misbah-ul-Haq said Mahendra Singh Dhoni had ‘changed the whole face of Indian cricket’ after the former captain announced his international retirement on Saturday...

    “He changed the whole culture of the team, the whole face of Indian cricket — a wonderful servant of the game...

  • World T20 warm-ups: Hafeez, Imad star as Pakistan outplay Sri Lanka

    KOLKATA: Pakistan walked in with a swagger, played with a swagger, and won their only warm-up game in the World T20 in clinical fashion at the Eden Gardens on Monday...

    Brushing aside their dismal record on the cricket field of late and the turmoil off it in the past few days, Shahid Afridi’s team recorded a 15-run win over Sri Lanka after setting a target of 158
  • BRIDGET JANJUA’S DIARY: SET-UPS – AND SETBACKS

    (Did he also live close by? No!) I had not bothered to check the veracity of that claim that the business locale will be two minutes’ drive away from my house...

    The family friend lived in our neighbourhood — not in a house like ours but in a palatial residence...

  • Keeping competition out: Iran start-ups thrive despite sanctions

    Their start-ups and e-commerce apps are flourishing, driven by government infrastructure support and young Iranians educated both in the country and abroad...

    “Iranian infrastructure has dramatically improved in recent of years; 3G and 4G is much more commonplace than it was a couple of years ago,” said Adle, whose firm Ctrl+Tech invests in early stage start-ups and helps them to develop apps...

  • Protest sparks snarl-ups on major roads

    KARACHI: Karachiites suffered extremely bad traffic jams on Friday following the blockade of Sharea Faisal by protesting Bol TV employees over the recent action by the government, forcing the traffic police to divert vehicles to alternate routes, which caused traffic congestion on other roads and arteries also...

    In telephonic conversation with Dawn more than an hour after sunset, a Karachi traffic police spokesman said the traffic...

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