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UAE’s Russian community is most active in Mena region

Shaikh Mohammad Bin Zayed’s 6 visits to Russia in past 4 years signify strong bilateral relations, Russian Ambassador says The UAE’s Russian community is the largest in the Gulf and the most active one in the Mena [Middle East and North Africa] region, according to a top Russian diplomat. The community consists of about 25,000 Russian nationals and 15,000 Russian ... Read More »

Iran refuses to ‘accept any changes’ in nuclear deal despite Trump’s threats

Iran said on Saturday it won’t accept any changes to its 2015 nuclear deal with world powers after United States (US) President Donald Trump vowed to pull out of the accord in a few months if European allies did not fix its “terrible flaws”. In a statement carried by the state-run IRNA news agency, the Foreign Ministry said Iran “will ... Read More »

Here are a few tips for MBA students who wish to make the most out of business school

fter scoring grades, going through the best of preparations and examinations when you finally get to attend the desired management college, it becomes relevant to keep up with the same determination and hard work throughout the college semesters. Even if many students successfully score the highest of percentiles, it still won’t affect one’s transition period in college. The decisions and ... Read More »

JAC Date Sheet 2018 released for Class 10 and Class 12: How and where to check from

The Jharkhand Academic Council (JAC) has recently released the date sheet for annual secondary (Class 10) and Intermediate (Class 12) examinations on its official website. DATE AND TIME FOR THE EXAMS According to the schedule mentioned on the website, both class 10 and class 12 annual exams will start from March 8 While the Class 10 exams will be finished ... Read More »

Everything you need to know about Karachi Eat 2018

We don’t say this a lot so you know it’s a big deal: our favourite time of the year is here, it’s Karachi Eat time! The food fest, which just seems to get bigger and better every year, kicks off on 12 January, ending on 14 January 2018. We get the scoop from Omar Omari of CKO Event Architecture, the ... Read More »

6-year-old Zainab’s autopsy suggests child endured rape, captivity before murder

A postmortem examination conducted on 6-year-old Zainab, whose body was recovered from a trash heap in Kasur days after she went missing, suggests she may have been raped before she was strangled to death. District Headquarters Hospital (DHQ) Medico Legal Officer (MLO) Dr Quratulain Attique told Dawn.com on Thursday that the examination revealed the minor girl had died of strangulation. ... Read More »

Beijing warns it will ‘safeguard’ its interests if US investigates Chinese businesses

China warned Washington on Thursday it will “resolutely safeguard” its interests ahead of a possible decision in an investigation into whether Beijing improperly pressures foreign companies to hand over technology. The United States (US) is disrupting the international trading order by carrying out the “Section 301” investigation under its own laws instead of through the World Trade Organization (WTO), said ... Read More »

CJP warns private medical colleges against turning into ‘business organisations’

Chief Justice Mian Saqib Nisar on Thursday offered some words of comfort to private medical colleges fighting for their future, taking a comparatively lenient stance than the one he has taken in previous hearings. Having previously warned the owners and CEOs of private medical colleges of a “complete shutdown,” the chief justice during Thursday’s session said, “We don’t want to ... Read More »

Religious schools are actively undermining fundamental British values, slams Ofsted chief

Amanda Spielman, Chief Inspector of Education, Children’s Services and Skills, claimed that in many cases the schools were “deliberately choosing not to meet standards” in a report that detailed the inadequacy of selected faith institutions. She said: “In the overwhelming majority of state-funded schools, whether faith or not, these values are embedded in the school’s ethos and teaching. “However, there ... Read More »

Bank of England in bid to go gender neutral with historic ‘Old Lady’ nickname threatened

The UK’s central bank has pledged to drop all gendered terms from its official documents and to ditch “his” and “her” from policies, under plans from its regulator, Prudential Regulatory Authority (PRA). The changes will “form part of the PRA’s commitment to encouraging equality and diversity at regulated firms.” Technical terms such as “grandfathering” and “chairman” also face to axe ... Read More »