Tuesday , 20 March 2018

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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 »

Asaduddin Owaisi’s Pakistan barb at PM Modi

The All India Majlis-e-Ittehad-ul Muslimeen or AIMIM Chief Asaduddin Owaisi launched yet another scathing attack on Prime Minister and the star campaigner of Gujarat Election, Narendra Modi. Asaduddin Owaisi was addressing a public meeting organized by All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) against US President Donald Trump’s Jerusalem decision. Although the subject of the rally was condemning US and ... Read More »

Saudi Arabia to cut oil exports to Asia in January

Saudi Arabia said on Monday it will trim crude exports to Asian customers in January to help accelerate the re-balancing of the international oil market. An energy ministry spokesman said state-owned Aramco will maintain “steady supplies to the United States and Europe while exports to Asia will be reduced by more than 100,000 barrels per day” from December’s production levels. ... Read More »

It’s confirmed! Kohli and Anushka have finally tied the knot

Fans of both Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli should be ecstatic as news of their wedding has finally been confirmed by none other than the couple themselves! Yes, Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli tweeted pictures of the wedding ceremony. Reportedly, it took place on Monday morning in Tuscany. “Today we have promised each other to be bound in love forever. ... Read More »


‘You Selfish Dreamer’, a phrase borrowed from the play The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams, is the name of the exhibition displayed at Rossi and Rossi, London recently. The show marks the curatorial debut of Zahra Khan of Project Art Divvy in London. The exhibit showcased works of five Pakistani artists, whose approach to art-making is visually distinct but their ... Read More »

Change Manipulation To Motivation

As a working mom of three kids one thing that has become a constant in my life is how to balance the two roles in my life. How to focus on my career and personal growth without any guilt and at the same time raise three fully functioning, healthy and kind human beings. It becomes over whelming at times to ... Read More »

T-10 might harm Test format

Cricket has now entered to the business world as almost all cricket playing nations have started their individual leagues one after the other, which in fact is growing the interest of all those big fishing company owners of the world who are seeking to invest their money to earn some quality profits. Indian Premier league (IPL), Big Bash league (BBL), ... Read More »

Demise of Masood Barkati saddens Naunehal readers

Masood Ahmed Barkati, who remained the editor of Hamdard Naunehal for around 65 years, passed away at the age of 87 after a protracted illness on Sunday, leaving numerous readers of the children’s magazine saddened. According to friends and family members, Barkati, a prolific writer of children’s literature who wrote 20 books, had been ill for quite some time and died Sunday ... Read More »