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Inquiry into tampering Karachi Matric Board 2018 results put on backburner

KARACHI: Despite clear orders from Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah, Anti-Corruption Establishment West Zone Karachi has allegedly put the inquiry into selling the results of Matriculation Board Karachi in 2018 for crores of rupees, waiver of fees and

EU gives Google two months to improve hotel, flight search results

BRUSSELS: Google has two months to improve the way it presents internet search results for flights and hotels and explain how it ranks these or face possible sanctions, the European Commission and EU consumer authorities said. The world’s most popular

Pakistan’s population is 207.68m as govt releases 2017 census result

ISLAMABAD: The Bureau of Statistics has released the final figures of the sixth Population and Housing Census 2017 which states that the population of Pakistan is 207, 684,626 with an annual growth rate of 2.40%. The total population consists of

G-B to allow tourists on submission of negative COVID-19 certificates

ISLAMABAD: Tourists visiting Gilgit-Baltistan will now be allowed to enter the territory upon submission of a valid COVID-19 negative certificate. According to an official notification, tourists will be only be allowed to enter Gilgit Baltistan from both air and land

BIEK announces intermediate pre-engineering results

KARACHI: The Board of Intermediate Education Karachi (BIEK) has announced the results for science pre-engineering group. According to a BIEK spokesperson, 32,653 candidates were registered for the pre-engineering group examination this year, whereas 32,606 students were declared successful with the

BISE Karachi announce Matric Science Group results

KARACHI: The Board of Secondary Education (BISE) Karachi has finally announced the results for Class X (Matriculation) for the Annual Examinations for the year 2020. This year’s results were announced under the newly introduced grading system due to the coronavirus

UN envoy asks to accept Afghan presidential election results

NEW YORK: The top United Nations envoy to Afghanistan has called on Afghan presidential candidates to accept the results of the September 28 election if the war-torn country is to move forward along a path to sustainable peace. “Whatever the