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PPP suffers another blow in Punjab as Sumsam Bokhari joins PTI
DAWN Group

PPP suffers another blow in Punjab as Sumsam Bokhari joins PTI

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Peoples Party suffered another blow in Punjab on Wednesday after former minister of state Sumsam Bokhari along with a group of senior party members from Okara shifted their allegiance to the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI). ... DAWN Group, 4 days ago

A leaf from history: The king and his courtiers

In the beginning of the takeover, the military leadership was in a position to uphold the 1973 Constitution as the law of the country. But it soon discovered that it was difficult to rule without any hindrance from the courts. In view of this ...
 DAWN Group1 month ago

Chinese investment: government considering amending PPRA rules, minister denies

May 26, 2015 The government is considering further amending relevant Public Procurement Regulatory Authority (PPRA) rules to further facilitate $46 billion Chinese investment, an official of PPRA told Business Recorder on condition of ...
 Business Recorder1 month ago
Pakistan Today

Axact wasn't just selling fake degrees!

Company trains qualified locals and hires them on hefty pay packages to tender paraphrased research articles for clients Axact's Education Department steals registered courses from journals, churns out fake courses to go with American sounding ...
 Pakistan Today1 month ago

Tevta signs MoU with PFMA

Lahore - TEVTA signed MoU with PFMA for training of skilled manpower in Shoe Upper Stitcher. The MoU was signed by Chairperson Irfan Qaiser and Chairman PFMA at TEVTA Secretariat. This MoU is aimed to bridge the gap between TEVTA and PFMA for ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 month ago Skill enhancement: MoU on shoemaking training  The Express Tribune1 month ago

A question about the Constitution's structure

Zia's legacy stuck hard, fast and in spite of entrea­ties by the few secula­rists who regula­rly quote Jinnah's speech­ [emailprotected] The British never had a constitution but they managed their affairs pretty well. So did we when ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago
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