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  • Nawaz inaugurates Greater Iqbal Park in Lahore, says park not for sit-ins

    Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Saturday formally inaugurated the Greater Iqbal Park in Lahore and said that the park is not for sit-in as protesters are often on the look out for such venues...

    "We should also post a sign in the park that it is not a place to hold sit-ins, as protesters are often on the lookout for such venues," said the prime minister...

  • Trump to extend US work visa freeze to year-end

    A senior administration official told journalists the move would affect 525,000 jobs in the US, which is currently reeling from a high unemployment rate caused by the coronavirus pandemic...

    The executive order, signed on Monday afternoon, will extend and widen the 60-day freeze Trump placed on new work permits for non-US citizens two months ago...

  • Italy starts issuing work visa for Pakistanis

    ISLAMABAD: The Italian government has reopened sea­sonal and non-seasonal work visas for Pakistani nationals under its annual schedule of work visa called ‘Decreto Flussi’ for the year 2020-21...

    Over 30,000 work visas would be issued by the Italian government to the nationals from a few non-EU countries, including Pakis­tan...

  • Visa check operation in Australia cancelled

    MELBOURNE: A major operation to spot check people’s visas on the streets of Melbourne as part of a crime crackdown was cancelled on Friday after sparking community outrage that Australia risked becoming “a police state”...

    The controversy erupted after the Australian Border Force (ABF) released a statement on Friday saying its officers would join police and transport officials at various locations this weekend to speak “with any...

  • Novak Djokovic appeals deportation after Australia cancels visa

    Tennis world number one Novak Djokovic fought against deportation from Australia on Thursday after the government revoked his visa for failing to meet Covid vaccine-entry requirements...

    The vaccine-sceptic Serb was stopped by border officials on arrival to Australia late on Wednesday and denied entry into the country...

  • Australia to detain Novak Djokovic as visa being cancelled

    MELBOURNE: Australia said on Friday it will detain Novak Djokovic this weekend after again stripping him of his visa, in a dramatic setback to the tennis world number one’s goal of winning a record 21st Grand Slam...

    As time slips away before the Australian Open starts on Monday, the nine-time title holder heard in an emergency hearing that he will be in immigration detention from Saturday morning — not on the Melbourne Park tennis...

  • Resumption of work on Faraz Park demanded

    KOHAT: The social and political circles here have demanded resumption of work on Ahmad Faraz Park which was sanctioned by then governor Barrister Masud Kausar, brother of the late poet, in 2013 over 230 kanals on the University Road...

    The construction of the park is still far from sight due to non-recovery of huge amount from the previous runaway contractor and unusual delay in hiring a new construction company for the purpose since...

  • Work on Park Enclave, D-12 in full swing: CDA

    ISLAMABAD: The Capital Development Authority (CDA) on Monday claimed that development work on the Park Enclave Housing Society and Sector D-12 was in full swing...

    CDA spokesman Ramzan Sajid said Chairman Maroof Afzal and Member Administration and Estate Amir Ahmed Ali visited both the sites on Monday to inspect the development work...

  • 'We dread going to work': Women in Indian mill pen letter describing sexual abuse at work

    A letter from six women at a spinning mill in southern India, describing the sexual harassment they face at work and asking for help, exposes the widespread exploitation of women in the multi-billion-dollar textile industry, campaigners said...

    ”Sent to the social welfare officer in Dindigul, a district in the southern state of Tamil Nadu, the eight-page letter dated Aug 29 is a plea for help from abused and exploited women, rights...

  • Spinners will have their work cut out in Australia, says Yasir Shah

    Yasir Shah, a leading Test leg-spin bowler, has admitted that the spinners will have their work cut out in their tour of Australia later this year due to the absence of Mohammad Amir and Wahab Riaz...

    “Our World Test Championship begins with us facing Australia on their home turf where the spinners don’t usually get the assistance from the surfaces...

  • Pakistan's U17 wrestlers denied Indian visa

    Pakistan U17 wrestling team's hopes of competing in the annual Cadet Asian Wrestling Championship were dashed after the Indian High Commission denied them visas for the New Delhi event, DawnNews reported...

    The Cadet Asian Wrestling championship will be held from June 11-14, with more than 20 countries taking part in the tournamentBesides hosts India, wrestling powerhouses such as Iran, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Japan, Mongolia,...

  • Pakistan to tighten visa regime with China

    ISLAMABAD: In order to regulate the process of issuing visas to Chinese nationals, the Ministry of Interior on Wednesday decided to tighten the relaxed visa regime, especially for Chinese citizens visiting Pakistan on business or work-related visas...

    Chinese nationals seeking business visas would have to present an invitation from a recognised body at any of Pakistan’s missions in China...

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