Textile exports decline

ISLAMABAD, Sept 27: The export of textile products declined by 7.10 per cent to $1.625 billion during the first two months (July-Aug) of the fiscal year 2006-07 as against $1.749 billion during the same months last year. Official figures released here on Wednesday by the Federal Bureau of Statistics (FBS) showed that almost all textile products, excluding towels, cotton yarn, cotton carded or combed and tents, witnessed a negative growth during the months under review. Continue reading “Textile exports decline”

Aptma facing threat of split: Spinners propose new body

LAHORE, Sept 21: The powerful All Pakistan Textile Mills Association (Aptma) is once again facing the threat of a possible split, as smaller spinners from across the country are said to be trying to set up a new, separate body called All Pakistan Single Mills Association (APSMA) for safeguarding their rights, sources at the association told Dawn on Thursday.

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Foreign Exchange Student…*rrrribbit*, and the story of a cockroach’s leg.

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eeeeek!! Sirrrrrrrrr!! Dekheinnn yehan ek ajeeeeeeeeb sa, itnnnaaaa baraaaa sa KEERA hai!!!”, addressing the teacher, a diligent classmate screams at the top of her lungs, during an exciting eCommerce class in the computer lab! Continue reading “Foreign Exchange Student…*rrrribbit*, and the story of a cockroach’s leg.”

Bugti misunderstood! – Mr. Najam Sethi speaks

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Renowned Journalist, Mr. Najam Sethi, Editor of Daily Times and The Friday Times delivered a lecture to students and faculty members at the TIP Auditorium today. His topic of speech was the current political situation in Balochistan and an analysis on Nawab Akbar Bugti’s life.

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