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Retirement kay bad Dam par pehra dunga, Jhonpara bana kar Dam par rehna para to rahunga, Chief Justice

Lahore: Chief Justice Miyan Saqib Nisar nay kaha kay retirement kay bad Dam par pehra dunga, Jhonpara bana kar Dam par rehna para to rahunga, jo kuch is dharti nay hamen diya aaj lotanay ka waqt agay hai. Tafseelat kay mutabiq Chief Justice miya saqib nisar sey tajiron kay wafd ki mulaqaat hui, jis main tajiron kay wafd nay Dam fund main 10 crore ka cheque chief justice ko pesh kiya. Is moqay par chief justice Saqib Nisar nay kaha karobari hazraat par mushtamil wafd nay 1 arab funds main denay ka kaha hai, Aaj tajiron…

‘Once bitten twice shy’: Karachi’s traders say won’t vote for parties responsible for violence in past

KARACHI: Karachi's top traders on Friday spoke up about their preferences and priorities a week before the country votes for national and provincial assemblies on July 25, ARY News reported. "Karachi's traders have suffered a lot in the past especially between the years 2008 to 2013. All this was not done solely by criminals but some political parties backed them too. As they say 'once bitten twice shy', we will vote but not for those parties who were responsible for violence in the past," said Atiq Mir, Chairman All…

Wall Street wants more female traders, but old perceptions die hard

NEW YORK:  As a biomedical engineering student at Duke University, Priya Karani thought she did not have the right skills to break into the heavily male-dominated field of Wall Street trading. “I was never interested in a career in trading at a bank because I didn’t know it was an option,” Karani said. A decade later, Karani is a director at Barclays PLC in New York where she trades healthcare derivatives and helps the bank’s effort to attract more women to trading by talking to female college students about her job.…

Karachi traders expect a booming Rs60 billion Eid sales

KARACHI: The city traders are expecting to reach a sales target of Rs 60 billion from customers through Eid shopping. In the last five years, highest sales of Rs70bn were witnessed in 2015 in Karachi. According to reports, traders said so far sales have remained low in the daytime that is from 1 pm till iftar due to scorching heat. Markets witness a rise in sales after iftar. Chairman All Karachi Tajir Itehad Atiq Mir referring to the sales target set at Rs 60 billion said that if a buyer does shopping worth Rs 2000…

Indian diamond traders robbed at Paris metro station

PARIS: Robbers have made off with gems worth 300,000 euros (S$488,000) snatched from two Indian diamond traders as they were entering a Paris metro station, a source close to the investigation said Friday. "The two traders were coming back from a business meeting and were attacked Monday afternoon by two men," the source said, confirming a report by French magazine Le Point. "A bag containing several precious stones - but no diamonds - was stolen," the source added. "Early indications are that it could have been a…

Taiwan suffers massive power cut, affecting millions of households

TAIPEI: Taiwan suffered a massive power blackout on Tuesday evening that hit businesses and residential homes, affecting close to seven million households on the heavily industrialised island amid sweltering heat. The outage left millions of homes without power and hit offices and factories on the island of nearly 24 million people, but appeared to have a limited impact on businesses, including some of the world's leading technology manufacturers. Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co (TSMC), the world's largest…

Traders in southern India call for ban on Pepsi, Coke

CHENNAI: Shopkeepers in a southern Indian state began removing Pepsi and Coke from their shelves on Wednesday after unions called for a boycott of the softdrink giants, urging consumers to shun foreign brands. Pepsi and Coke sell a range of products across India, including softdrinks and bottled water, and the boycott proposal in Tamil Nadu could affect more than a million outlets in India's most prosperous state, which is home to nearly 70 million people. Trade unions in Tamil Nadu said they targeted the US firms in a…

Asian traders cautious, Samsung Note 7 crisis returns

HONG KONG: Asian investors trod warily in holiday-thinned trade Monday and the dollar climbed after last week's drop on below-par US jobs data, while Samsung Electronics was hit by a renewed crisis over its troubled Galaxy Note 7. The labour department said Friday that fewer jobs than expected were created in the world's top economy in September. The news left all three main indexes on Wall Street in negative territory and sent the dollar lower against the yen Friday. However, analysts said the figures were unlikely to…