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Anderson holds the key against India

India’s performance in the West Indies will be followed quite avidly by the England team’s strategy makers as they prepare plans to tackle the Indians when they tour England next month. Today

Doctors divide over key issues

Doctors’ associations have split over resolving various issues facing the medical profession, despite having a common agenda of getting a special salary package for doctors from the Punjab government, Pakistan Today has

Cautious rebels nose back into key Libyan town

AJDABIYA – Libyan rebels hoping to reclaim the key eastern town of Ajdabiya from forces loyal to Moamer Kadhafi milled around between a bombed-out tank and a bullet-riddled mosque on its outskirts Sunday.
The landmarks, a legacy of coalition air strikes and combat two weeks ago, and the sound fresh shelling on the far side of the city underlined how fortunes of war had turned against the insurgents in recent days. On Saturday, they had retreated in panic as Kadhafi’s fighters

Law Ministry seeks statement of key ZAB case witness

ISLAMABAD – Senior consultant to the Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Ministry, Arif Chaudhry on Friday wrote a letter to the District Magistrate Islamabad seeking certified copy of the statement of Masood Mahmood, an ‘approver’ in the case of former Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto (ZAB).
In a one-page letter to the District Magistrate Islamabad, Arif Chaudhry stated that FIR No. 402 was registered against then prime minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto on November 11, 1974

‘Key OGDCL contracts must be awarded to national firms’

ISLAMABAD – Perturbed by the delay in commissioning of new gas discoveries because of litigation and chronic law and order issues, the National Assembly Standing Committee on Petroleum recommended the Oil and Gas Development Company Limited (OGDCL) to award its exploration and production contracts to key national strategic organisations to counter the delay tactics of multinational companies.
Committee Chairman Sheikh Waqqas Akram had given the direction to the OGDCL when its

Libya rebels resume battle for key oil town

BREGA – Heavy fighting between Libyan rebels and forces loyal to Moamer Kadhafi resumed on Sunday on the outskirts of the key oil town of Brega, an AFP journalist reported.
The rebels had claimed to have recaptured the town, 800 kilometres (500 miles) east of the capital Tripoli, on Saturday but pro-Kadhafi snipers were said to be still active and others were apparently holed up in the university.
Early on Sunday morning, the rebels pushed forward and were occupying the

World’s highest hotel opens in Hong Kong

HONG KONG – The world’s highest hotel opened its doors in Hong Kong on Tuesday, housed in the city’s tallest skyscraper and offering unrivalled panoramic views of the world famous Victoria Harbour.
Towering some 490 metres (1,600 feet) above the bustling, chaotic streets of the Southern Chinese city, the Ritz-Carlton Hotel is making a grand comeback after temporarily closing in 2008.
Visitors peered out of the floor-to-ceiling windows of the 118th floor of the International

Accountability, merit, discipline, training – the key to curbing crime

LAHORE – Curbing crime from the society, increasing inspection and internal accountability, watching merit, discipline and training would alternatively lead to combat the terrorism, said Inspector General of Police (IGP) Punjab Javed Iqbal on Monday. All ASPs should follow these priorities while entering into professional life, he added while addressing to 37 trainees of ASPs of 37th Common Batch including 3 female at CPO, today. On this occasion, Punjab Additional IGP Chaudhry