Saturday , 22 July 2017

Life after the IMF to remain thorny

ISTANBUL: Pakistan bid farewell to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in September for the sixth time since its independence. The foreign exchange reserves rest in a satisfactory range of above $20 billion and oil prices are set to remain ridiculously low. Optimists will claim that the adieu is definitive, however, …

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PML-N stalwarts, ex-judges in the race for lucrative slot

ISLAMABAD: Both ruling party leaders and former judges are in the run to replace the chief of the Prime Minister’s Inspection Commission (PMIC), who is retiring today (Monday), The Express Tribune has learnt. Incumbent PMIC Chairman Amir Muhammad Khan Marwat will reach the age of superannuation today, leaving the top …

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CCTV Footage Of Date Caught By Parents

CCTV Footage Of Date Caught By Parents

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New Zealand Women win ODI series against Pakistan Women

New Zealand Women defeated Pakistan Women by eight wickets on Sunday at Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln to claim the five-match ODI series 3-0. Victory for the WHITE FERNS by 8 wickets with 5 overs to spare! Satterthwaite 115*, Martin 50* … IWC points in the bag! #WFvPAK pic.twitter.com/M59rcABS5L — WHITE …

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Winter Wardrobe Wonderland: 5 trends to watch out for this winter

LAHORE: As the late days of autumn transition into winter, the weather in many parts of the world becomes increasingly unpredictable. For us fashionistas, this makes getting dressed all the harder. Will a light jacket do? What if it starts raining and you end up ruining your new top? We …

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NatGeo’s Afghan girl Sharbat Gula to travel to India

Afghan woman Sharbat Gula who was deported from Pakistan will be travelling to India for medical treatment. Afghanistan’s ambassador to India Shaida Abdali said on Twitter, “The Iconic Afghan Sharbat Gula will soon be in India for medical treatment free of cost.” The Iconic Afghan Sharbat Gula will soon be …

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Gwadar Port to begin trade activities today

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will kick off the shipment of trade goods from Gwadar Port to international markets today (Sunday), marking the historic launch of trade activity through the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). During his day-long visit to Gwadar, the prime minister will also address a ceremony of launching …

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Allama Iqbal university launches inquiry after embarrassing question in matric paper

ISLAMABAD: The Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) has launched an inquiry to find out how an “embarrassing question” found its way into the English language paper in recently-held exams. Functional English paper of matric level carried a question requiring students to describe the personality of their elder sisters in terms …

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Yes, the new MacBook Pro is underwhelming. No, I’m not switching to a Surface Studio

Apple’s new MacBook Pros are underwhelming. The switch to USB-C ports is probably good in the long run, but it sounds like a lot of trouble for consumers. They’re way too pricey for the not-so-cutting-edge specs, and that’s excluding any expensive new dongles you have to purchase. It’s also still …

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Dubai, Saudi to launch $1b e-commerce site

DUBAI: Dubai business magnate Mohamed Alabbar announced Sunday the launch of a $1-billion regional e-commerce site in a joint venture with the Saudi sovereign wealth fund and other Gulf investors. Noon.com is to go online in January with a 50-percent investment from the kingdom’s Public Investment Fund and the rest …

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