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Pakistan has very tough labour laws that makes it very difficult for an employer to fire a worker, the severance penalties are also high; yet workers are being terminated in Pakistan without any notice as very few are registered.Pakistan has very tough labour laws that makes it very difficult for an employer to fire a worker, the severance penalties are also high; yet workers are being terminated ...
Source : Samay Live | 51 Day(s) AgoCategory : Editorial
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan stole the limelight at the red carpet of the recently concluded 70th Cannes Film Festival with a blue Michael Cinco voluminous gown on the first day. The former beauty queen last appeared in Karan Johar’s Ae Dil Hai Mushkil alongside Ranbir Kapoor, Anushka Sharma and Fawad Khan.Aishwarya Rai Bachchan stole the limelight at the red carpet of the recently concluded 70th Cannes...
Source : Samay Live | 51 Day(s) AgoCategory : Editorial
A number of Indo-Pak cinematic collaborations have emerged in recent times but because of the ongoing rift between the two neighbouring countries post Uri attack, Bollywood films featuring Fawad Khan and Mahira Khan were negatively affected. Neither of the two actors were able to promote their films (Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, Raees) and neither of their films made it to Pakistani cinema screens.A number...
Source : Samay Live | 51 Day(s) AgoCategory : Editorial
Amir Mohiuddin’s directorial debut, Rangreza, is one of the most anticipated films of the year. The film has been in the making for quite some time and features Gohar Rasheed, Urwa Hocane and Bilal Ashraf as principal cast. The first look of the film, out in the form of a 43-second-long teaser, is finally here and is meant to serve as an introduction to these three characters.Amir Mohiuddin’s dire...
Source : Samay Live | 51 Day(s) AgoCategory : Editorial
apphttps://www.thenews.com.pk/print/209045-Why-Pakistan-falls-behind-India-others-in-cricket">BIRMINGHAM: As India basked in the glory of “mother of all mismatches” after thrashing their old rivals at Edgbaston on Sunday, Pakistan were faced with the big question: Where do they go from here? They looked clueless, talentless, gutless and completely out of place during the 124-run rout on a frustrat...
Source : Samay Live | 51 Day(s) AgoCategory : Editorial
in connection with the Panama Papers probe. The letter had already been received requiring my appearance before the JIT on May 17. The call was only a reminder.The caller introduced himself as the coordination officer to the Chairman of JIT. Wajid Zia, the chairman, is from the police service, presently serving as additional DG FIA. Considering this background, I thought Wajid must have brought hi...
Source : Samay Live | 51 Day(s) AgoCategory : Editorial
appCricket is the most-watched sport in Pakistan. This is why the entire nation was glued to the TV screen to watch Pakistan playing its first match in the ongoing Champions Trophy. The match was against its arch rival, India. Fans prayed for victory and hoped that at least the country will put a great fight. However, the team’s poor performance left the entire nation disappointed. Losing a match ...
Source : Samay Live | 51 Day(s) AgoCategory : Editorial
Middle East was thrown into fresh turmoil on Monday after Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and the UAE cut off ties with Qatar, expelled its diplomats and gave its citizens two weeks to leave their countries. Egypt, Yemen, the Maldives and the pro-Saudi faction that controls the east of Libya quickly followed suit. The impact of this sudden move was felt immediately as all these countries closed off their ai...
Source : Samay Live | 51 Day(s) AgoCategory : Editorial
apphttps://www.thenews.com.pk/latest/208962-Karachi-youth-distribute-wet-towels-in-sweltering-heat">KARACHI: Driven by the urge to provide some relief to the people in the sweltering heat in the holy month of Ramzan, a group of youths put their heads together to come up with an idea.They decided to distribute wet towels to motorists, pedestrians and bikers in different parts of the city.They took ...
Source : Samay Live | 51 Day(s) AgoCategory : Editorial
terrorist wave of the 21st century, in the wake of the 9/11 attacks has, so to say, ‘institutionalised’ the phenomenon of terrorism. Post-9/11, this ‘new terrorism’ has engulfed many countries.The current wave of terrorism has focused on western Europe. The last few years have seen deadly attacks in France, Belgium, Germany – the heart of western Europe, and England; England has seen a prolonged w...
Source : Samay Live | 51 Day(s) AgoCategory : Editorial
https://www.thenews.com.pk/latest/208732-Mango-export-likely-to-increase-this-year">MULTAN: Mangoes exports are likely to increase during current year as 10 varieties of this exotic fruit have been registered with Federal Seed Certification and Registration Department (FSCRD).While talking to APP, Director Mango Research Institute (MRI) Dr Hameedullah and In-charge Mango Research Station (MRS) Shu...
Source : Samay Live | 51 Day(s) AgoCategory : Editorial
The government has virtually put in the cold storage the much-touted $1.6 billion strategic and paramount IP project in favour of Gwadar-Nawabshah LNG terminal Pipeline Project (GNGP), which the incumbent regime had kicked off, top official sources told The News.Under GNGP, gas pipeline of 700 kilometres was to be laid down and two LNG terminals were to be constructed at the Gwadar Port.The decis...
Source : Samay Live | 51 Day(s) AgoCategory : Editorial
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