Sunday , 16 December 2018
Latest News
You are here: Home » Tag Archives: Sindh (page 2)

Tag Archives: Sindh

Tears of joy: Pakistani onion exports reach 170,000 tons


Internews Report KARACHI: Pakistan’s onion exports have reached 170,000 metric tons (MT) mark and is anticipated to reach 200,000 MT mark by the end of March 2013. The national exchequer will ... Read More »

Work on USAID-funded $10m Jacobabad Institute of Medical Sciences starts

Ambassador Richard Olson

Maverick Report JACOBABAD: US Ambassador Richard Olson, United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Director Jock Conly and US Consul General in Karachi Michael Dodman were joined by Sindh Minister ... Read More »

89 people killed, 70 injured in Pakistan during first week of February


Maverick Report ISLAMABAD: The number of victims in political violence across Pakistan rose for the second week in a row with 89 people killed, 70 injured and three kidnapped in ... Read More »

Pakistan sets up coordination center to safeguard maritime interests


Maverick Report KARACHI: Pakistan has set up a Joint Maritime Information and Coordination Center to safeguard the country’s marine interests and enhance their security. Federal Minister for Defense Minister Syed ... Read More »

Political violence claimed 73 lives in Pakistan during last week of January


Maverick Report ISLAMABAD: Seventy-three people were killed in 43 incidents of political violence across Pakistan between January 26 and February 1 while another 20 were injured and one was kidnapped. ... Read More »

Journalistic ethics and safety of media practitioners in Pakistan


Sadaf Baig The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) has ranked Pakistan among the three most dangerous countries for journalists in the world for the second consecutive year. A total of ... Read More »

Plan to partition only one province unacceptable: Punjab Forum


Maverick Report LAHORE: The Punjab Forum on Monday said the issue of new provinces is brainchild of ruling cabal, which wants to divert attention of masses from failures and unprecedented ... Read More »

United States supports crime victims in Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: Inspector General of Police Bani Amin Khan and US Embassy ICITAP Coordinator Chuck Bennett at the inauguration ceremony of a new reporting room at Shalimar Police Station on January 28, 2013.

Maverick Report ISLAMABAD: Crimes in Pakistan often go unreported and victims of crime endure long delays and mandatory searches when entering police stations to file First Information Reports (FIR) while ... Read More »

Measles deaths unacceptable, says Pakistan’s rights commission


Maverick Report LAHORE: The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) has slammed the rising death toll in the measles epidemic that has claimed the lives of hundreds of children across ... Read More »

Pakistan’s girls primary schools have low government oversight


Maverick Report ISLAMABAD: Out of 170 monitored government girls primary schools in Pakistan, 105 institutes received no oversight visit by any government/elected official during September-November 2012 quarter, says a Free ... Read More »

UK pledges to help support 4m Pakistani children in school

ISLAMABAD: UK Secretary of State for International Development Justine Greening in a meeting with Pakistan’s Minister for Finance Dr Abdul Hafeez Shaikh on January 21, 2013.

Maverick Report ISLAMABAD: Secretary of State for the UK’s Department for International Development Justine Greening on Monday arrived in Pakistan where she confirmed the UK’s commitment to help support four ... Read More »

Pakistan: Political violence leaves 205 dead in second week of Jan 2013


Maverick Report ISLAMABAD: Fifty-one incidents of political violence from January 5 to 11 claimed 205 lives and injured 263 others across Pakistan with civilians being the major target, constituting 84 ... Read More »