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The Great Elephant Hunt

Sources differ as to the origin of the phrase with one having it as 1935 and another 1959 but ‘the elephant in the room’ has been around for a long while. Pakistan has so many elephants in the room it…

Fancy a trip to the Mall? No thanks

No apologies for a follow-on from last week’s column about the changing ways of life in my home village. Apart from clean water and a plummeting infant mortality rate I saw something first hand that I…

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Govt committed to bring merged FATA districts at par with rest of province: Asad Umar

ISLAMABAD: Minister for Finance Asad Umar chaired a meeting to review the financial requirements of the tribal districts (erstwhile Federally Administrated Tribal Areas).The meeting was attended by Federal Minister for Planning, Development and Reform, Makhdum Khusro Bakhtyar, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Governor, Shah Farman; Chief Minister, Mahmood Khan, Finance Minister KP, Taimur Saleem Jhagra, and Adviser to Prime Minister on Establishment, Mohammad Shehzad Arbab.Finance Minister Asad Umar assured the Government of…

Aussies series important for us ahead of ICC World Cup 2019: Malik

SHARJAH: Pakistan’s stand-in skipper Shoaib Malik said that the ODI series against Australia important for us ahead of the upcoming ICC World Cup 2019.While addressing a press briefing at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Malik said “For me, the team management has taken the bold decision at the right time to test bench players. It will be an opportunity for the players to adjust themselves in the final combinations for the upcoming World Cup 2019.”The skipper further said that he will try to bring all boys on one page as…

Over 800 couples secretly filmed, live streamed in South Korea motel

More than 800 South Korean couples were live streamed having sex in love motels, Seoul police said Thursday in one of the largest-scale and most intrusive examples yet of the country’s spycam epidemic.The hyper-wired South has been battling the increasingly widespread proliferation of so-called “molka”, or spycam videos, which largely involve men secretly filming women in schools and toilets, among other places.The latest case is unusual for involving couples and the live streaming element.According to police,…

CDWP okays land acquisition, construction of 305 km Kuchlak-Zhob road

ISLAMABAD: The Central Development Working Party (CDWP) meeting on Thursday recommended to ECNEC for approval of ‘‘Land Acquisition of Kuchlak-Zhob Section of N-50’ worth Rs. 11342 million and ‘Construction/dualization of Road, Kuchlak-Zhob Section of N-50’ worth Rs. 67638.46 million presented by the Ministry of Communication.The forum constituted a committee comprising stakeholders to confirm and rationalize the cost and scope of 305 km road project in two separate parts.The minister said that the previous…


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