ISLAMABAD: As many as 6,000 women entrepreneurs in urban and rural areas of Pakistan are now successfully marketing their homemade products online.
This was made possible after they got digital marketing training under the “Women Entrepreneurship Development Programme” offered by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), which started in 2011.
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Heavy contingent of police has been deployed at the Punjab University new campus, as the Islami Jamiat Tulaba (IJT) miscreants arrested yesterday will be presented in the court today (Tuesday).
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On Tuesday morning around 10am, with the sun in its full glory and waves of hot air making it impossible to stand outside, I was in the court room of the Lahore High Court awaiting my turn. As I stood there, I noticed teenagers, around 16-17 years of age, standing in the court room looking . . . → Read More: Survival of the fittest
By YAROSLAV TROFIMOV
LAHORE, Pakistan—It has been a tiring campaign ahead of Saturday’s Pakistani elections, with leading politicians crisscrossing the country to press the flesh. It has been particularly exhausting for Idris Ahmed Ali’s pets.
Mr. Ali, a businessman here in Pakistan’s second-largest city, owns six tigers and two pumas, in addition to goats, chicken, cows . . . → Read More: Mystery of the political tiger
Lahore will be hosting a literary festival on the coming weekend. For a country that only seems to be making headlines for terrorism, political instability, and economic malfunction, not to forget all the Qadris and Altaf Bhais that bombard our headlines, a few academics and ‘artsy’ turn will definitely be a breath of fresh air.
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Pakistani commuters travel during a cold and foggy morning in Islamabad on January 8, 2013. PHOTO: AFP
Foggy cold weather likely to continue over plain areas of Punjab, K-P, Larkana and Sukkur division over next 24 hours.
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