Far-right and ground realities: Half of German companies face labour shortages

Survey coincides with recent polls in the UK show which majority of Britons say Brexit was a mistake

Majority of Britons support re-joining the EU single market, poll shows

Polls in recent months have shown that most of the people now think Brexit was now a mistake

I have no problem being hated: Elon Musk

In an interview Musk opened up publicly to a degree never seen before

Lack of public transport amid population bomb? India vehicle sales climb 19pc in festive season

India and Pakistan have been grappling with the problem amid worsening pollution crisis

Authentic: Merriam-Webster's word of the year

Merriam-Webster said it saw a "substantial increase" in online searches for the word

Electronic noses designed to prevent food poisoning

The human nose and its ability to smell is an amazing thing

Italian food is loved worldwide, but Italy no country for young chefs

They are frustrated by low pay, lack of labour protection and scant prospects

Afghanistan - a minnow that becomes world-beater

Afghanistan – a minnow that becomes world-beater

Climate change means poverty for many. Is Pakistan ready to address the challenge?

More and more people are added to the list of vulnerable amid increase in extreme weather events

World Cup leaves a trail of controversies

World Cup leaves a trail of controversies

What is FCA? Central Power Purchasing Agency wants it at Rs3.55 for Oct

Nepra to make the final decision; Amount to be charged in the monthly bills of December

Cummins - cool, calm and collected

Australia beat India to lift sixth world cup title

Palestinian children are being slaughtered as we celebrate World Children's Day

Domestic violence and lack of protection in Pakistan mean they face the consequences forever

Brazil has 234m cattle. Some of its companies will now certify they aren't causing deforestation

Grazing is the most common initial use for deforested areas in the Amazon

We export food items when people are being crushed by food inflation at home

Policy-making in Pakistan doesn’t revolve around the people and their interests

Widening rich-poor divide means target population for businesses is getting exclusive

Global luxury brands are targeting the richer among the rich in China

Dollar posts steep weekly fall, trades below 150 yen

Euro rose 0.52pc after data confirmed year-on-year inflation in the euro zone slowed sharply in Oct

What is artificial rain and how it helps fight smog?

The process costs Rs40m for one time

OpenAI explores how to get ChatGPT into classrooms

OpenAI explores how to get ChatGPT into classrooms

Inflation means even the affluent are spending less

Burberry sees store sales growth dipping to just 1pc in second quarter against 18pc in the first

If you can't beat, buy them: GM snatches key Tesla supplier in EV race

Tesla can now develop a car in 18 to 24 months but rivals currently take three to four years

Argentina's Massa says IMF deal causing inflation, will renegotiate it

His challenger Javier Milei has proposed dollarizing the economy and shutting the central bank

How Pakistan's semi-final dream goes sour?

How Pakistan’s semi-final dream goes sour?

Human activities and climate change -- Worsening sand, dust storms driving global land loss: UN

Trend impacting food supplies, driving migration, impeding navigation, creating security risks

Do you recognise them? If not, consult AI

AI-generated faces now look more real than even the actual human faces

Santa Claus? US consumers to get extra discounts amid excess stock, high inflation

Carrying too much inventory a problem for many retailers because it drives up retailers' expenses

'Can't buy new jeans': Argentina inflation hits 143pc as shoppers tighten belts

Rising voter anger is propelling radical Javier Milei against Sergio Massa in presidential election

Critically ill British girl dies after life support removed

Rome had granted Indy Gregory Italian citizenship for shifting her to Italy to ensure treatment

Rachin Ravindra - Rahul and Sachin rolled into one

Rachin Ravindra has smashed records in the world cup

What is wearable 'Ai Pin' and how can it serve you?

The Ai Pin, as the device is called, is designed to be worn on clothing

Abused South African women log on for online lifeline

African nation has some of world's highest rape stats

Rare earths war: Western miners target China's grip with premium prices

Geopolitical tensions between the West and China risk reliable supply of these minerals

Majestic Maxwell makes Mumbai match memorable

Majestic Maxwell makes Mumbai match memorable

What is timed out law? Is everything fair in 'cricket' and war?

Mathews becomes first batsman in cricket history to be dismissed timed out

IMF wants to end tube wells subsidy as first review of $3bn deal is in progress

Power tariff for other consumers has already been hiked to a record-high level

Worse than other estimates: Research says two thirds of Britons to spend less this Christmas

Official data earlier showed British retail sales volumes fell more than expected in September

Developing countries 'coerced'? World Bank poised to host climate Loss and Damage Fund

Expert says it's a sombre day for climate justice; Pakistan had led efforts for its creation at COP2

Controversies land Pakistan on a sticky wicket

PCB is no stranger to controversies

World Bank sees oil price dipping to $81 next year, but Middle East war can be a spoiler

Worst case scenario due to an expanded conflict may spike the prices to $140-$157 range

Spending $112bn to protect your people from inflation

Japanese government to present a supplementary budget for the purpose

'AI' named Collins Word of the Year

Lexicographers at Collins Dictionary said use of the term had "accelerated"

China kicks off nation population survey amid declining birth rate

Exercise will help formulate national economic and social development related policies

Messi not thinking about long-term future

It was a dream come true for me, my teammates and my country

Manufacturing jobs to decline, many countries to move directly from agri to services

Study says China may be an exception with an increased factory output

Emerging markets need $1.5tr to make buildings greener

Pakistan is among those countries which are worst affected by climate change

LHC steps up efforts to grapple with smog

LHC steps up efforts to grapple with smog

What went wrong with Pakistan cricket team in World Cup?

Pakistan have consistently been a competitive side in tournaments

Tribute to Ali – The Greatest

Despite being considered the best boxer of all time, Ali dealt with racism and discrimination

Reporting pain and anguish on Gaza's frontline

Tents in a hospital courtyard have become their newsroom by day and dormitory at night

Ford, UAW reach tentative deal to end strike including record pay raise

The campaign converged with union efforts in Hollywood and at delivery giant UPS

Why US states are up in arms against Meta?

In total more than 40 states have sued Meta

China passes patriotic education law for children, families

Xinhua says some people "are at a loss about what is patriotism"

Japan to extend fuel subsidies until April next year as inflation accelerates

BOJ goes for bond-buying operation to slow a rise in government bond yields

Iceland prime minister to join strike against gender injustice

Organiser says female-led professions are still undervalued and much lower paid

World 'failing' on pledge to stop deforestation by 2030

Report praised EU’s new rules intended to block imports of commodities driving deforestation

Robots to work shoulder to shoulder with humans in UK school

Chatbots are named Abigail Bailey and Jamie Trainer

Argentina braces for election with 138pc inflation

South American country is rich grains, shale gas and lithium which can boost its economy

AI can diagnose people with diabetes in 10 seconds using voice recording

AI model promises to reduce cost for ordinary people suffering from chronic health condition

A snapshot of legal cases awaiting Nawaz Sharif

Obstacles to Nawaz Sharif’s return to country

Fighting the inflation: TotalEnergies to keep France fuel price cap in 2024

Move comes as government decides against extending windfall tax

Cost of doing business amid rising cost of living? British shopkeepers robbed and assaulted

It’s not just criminal gangs as mothers and pensioners are also among the culprits

Third BRI forum: Another 'power show' for global and economic equality

Putin's presence in the forum is a message to the US and allies for striking balance of power

Blue or green Rs75 note - what SBP says?

The SBP issued currency note in green colour on 75th independence day and blue on its anniversary

Biden set to visit Israel whereas Iran is incensed

Joe Biden will visit Israel on Wednesday for talks with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

Is flip of a coin merely a luck? Experts don't think so

It turns out one side has a slightly greater likelihood of landing face up

Palestinians - dying for freedom

No peace is expected in the Middle East unless an independent Palestinian state

Job or baby? Italian women's struggle to have both holds back growth

Country has lowest female occupation rate in the EU; GDP to shrink sharply due to ageing population

GAZA BLEEDS - Scars too deep to heal

As many as 1,400 Palestinians have been killed

Rising cost of living: Pakistan's poor return to villages as prices spiral

Govt says inflation stay higher in November due to hike in energy tariffs and fuel rates

Do you want to be finished? If not, embrace AI

There is a need to be pragmatic when it comes to embracing AI

Israel-Palestine conflict - an eye-opener

Israel-Palestine conflict - an eye-opener

Dunya Exclusive: South Africa 'rise' to the occasion

Proteas kept the record-keepers busy in their marquee event’s opening match against Sri Lanka

Autumn's splendour: let's celebrate the wonders of change

Autumn’s splendour: let’s celebrate the wonders of change

First Pakistani in space - Namira Salim, we are proud of you

Namira took Pakistan’s flag to new heights and won wide acclaim for her mission

Hong Kong man in prison for importing 'seditious' children's books

Publications feature sheep living in a village while defending against wolves

Teachers Day - let's salute our mentors

Unesco theme revolves around overcoming teachers' shortage

Dunya Exclusive: Let's hark back to top scorers of World Cup 2019

Old records will be broken and new highs will be achieved

South Asia female health workers fight for basic rights, social protection

Demands include better pay and working conditions, pension, sick leave

Have names of Nobel chemistry prize winners inadvertently released? What will happen now?

ٓA Swedish newspaper named the laureates as Moungi G. Bawendi, Louis E. Brus and Alexei I. Ekimov

Surging property prices squeezing out many. Tokyo is a case study

UBS global real estate report ranks Japan’s capital as second most expensive city after Hong Kong

Dunya Exclusive - Challenges Pakistan have to surmount

This time round, the Pakistani side is uniquely different due to multiple factors

Unlocking the secrets: How are ancient Roman and Mayan buildings still standing?

Ingredients mixed into old structures include tree bark, volcanic ash, rice, beer and even urine

Australia Indigenous referendum hit by 'toxic' disinformation

Support for referendum has fallen amid propaganda especially on social media

Prison: Pakistan officials consider a new way to boost polio vaccination

Opinion is divided as many believe it will backfire

Mentally-challenged Muslim lynched in India. Saner minds shocked at height of insanity

The 26-year-old Isar Muhammad was tied to a pole before severe torture

Elon Musk's X Corp in another legal fight. Read on

Atlas and X entered a sublease agreement for space in April 2021

Nowhere to Go: Inflation and global warming are impacting livelihoods around the world

The lethal combination is complicating the affairs for crisis-hit countries like Pakistan

Guinean student cycles across Africa for place at top Islamic university

Covering approximately 100 km each day, Barry pedalled through jungles, deserts and conflict zones

What cricket means to India where teams touch down for ultimate glory

Tankari Bandar, a village 120 kms from Gujarat, is site of the first recorded game in India in 1721

Why self-driving trucks are deliberately crashed? Let's find out

A company is happy to crash the vehicles over and over again in testing

X under Musk: Pakistan isn't immune to negative developments

Social media platform is loosening its checks over spread of organised disinformation campaigns

Social media inspires Japanese women to dash into rickshaw pulling

Akimoto says she loves her job and wants to work as long as she is physically able

Going strong at 25 - we wish you many happy returns, Google

Search engine thanks users for 'evolving with them over the past 25 years’

So you want full squads for World Cup? Click and read

All teams must finalise their 15-player squads prior to Sept 28

Justice seems elusive but let's hope for a better tomorrow

Introduce social responsibility, witness protection, ADR, jury, live telecasts, and community police

Pakistan to prove equal to the task, Babar assures nation

The skipper said that team could not perform well in the last two matches of Asia Cup

Inflation is changing habits including eating less, reduced focus on personal hygiene

Expert says cost-of-living crisis may have some permanent effects

Inflation and cost-of-living crisis: UK to experience more premature deaths

Study says the current state of affairs will also significantly widen the wealth-health gap

Adios humid weather in Pakistan soon as monsoon starts delayed retreat from India

Temperatures have already dropped after recent rains in the country

India to auction Occupied Kashmir lithium reserves over next few weeks

Much sought-after mineral is essential for manufacturing electric vehicle batteries

Leather, willow and sunflowers: China gets to grip with cricket

The sound of leather on willow echoes around the purpose-built cricket ground

Machines 'invade' China's Asian Games. Oh, what's the update?

The Games open Saturday after a one-year delay

A new dawn - SBP grants approval to five digital retail banks

SBP approval will transform financial landscape

Killings over property, honour continue unabated

Deadly cases are a direct product of our worldview and traditions

'Avaaz day kahan hai' - Melody Queen Noor Jehan's 97th birth anniversary today

She sang over 20,000 songs in various languages including Urdu, Punjabi, Sindhi, Hindi

Make Pakistan attractive to attract investment

Erdogan wants a Tesla factory despite a depreciating currency, high inflation like in Pakistan

Humanity triumphs as man saves girl from drowning in river

Video: A stranger saves girl from drowning in river

Salary according to skills: New York employers must include pay rates in job ads

Law aims at fighting discrimination on the basis of age, gender, race or other factors

ICC's 'Pakistan Diaries' transport fans to see World Cup trophy in Lahore

The ICC World Cup trophy was displayed at Badshahi Mosque and Minar-e-Pakistan

More food inflation as fuel price hikes increase production, transportation costs

Utter state failure as officials are even unable to implement daily price lists

Dream to take Pakistan's flag to space - more power to Namira Salim

She would fly from America on a spaceship for the landmark journey on Oct 5

Is there any lesson to learn from Saudi Arabia?

Mohammed bin Salman had promised in 2018 that the new Europe will be the Middle East

London's India Club to serve its last curry after more than 70 years

The restaurant was set up four years after India's 1947 independence

Sizzling heat with high humidity even on Sept 14 but rains are at last predicted

Convergence of monsoon currents and a westerly can produce localised heavy rainfall

Sara Sharif's father, stepmother and uncle arrested on return to UK

Trio held on suspicion of murder in connection with death of 10-year-old Sara Sharif last month.

Can Trump be disqualified from the presidency over Jan 6?

Some legal experts cite his fiery speech to supporters who then stormed the Capitol

Reduced home remittances adversely affecting low income groups

Inflows from the UAE and Saudi Arabia decline by 37.4pc and 23pc respectively

Neither by your mom nor wife or favourite chef. It's robot fried chicken

Kang now has 15 robot-made chicken restaurants in South Korea, and one branch in Singapore

They used to buy branded items but now look for bargains at wholesale markets

Households' confidence, spending power are low in China with wages and pensions hardly budging

Star-studded theatre festival to showcase 'different Pakistan'

Plays would be performed in Urdu, Sindhi, Punjabi, English, Persian and Turkish languages

All eyes on India as G20 leaders converge for world's key issues

US President Joe Biden, other leaders were driven through deserted streets to Bharat Mandapam

Do I need to worry about Covid again?

Nicknamed "Pirola" on social media, BA.2.86 Omicron subvariant is being tracked by the WHO and US

Germans to get more financial support from state, Pakistanis helpless amid record inflation

Berlin is raising benefits to fight child poverty and help citizens cope with rising prices

Dollar pull effect: How a weaker currency makes you hostage to dollar

Dollar pull effect: How a weaker currency makes you hostage to dollar

How to deal with surplus power generation through CPEC projects?

Currently, it means consumers are pay hefty capacity charges

G20 New Delhi summit 2023: Which countries and leaders will attend?

The Group of 20 (G20) is comprised of world's 20 largest economies

Welcome to Ras Al Khaimah: UAE sets up gaming regulator, led by US industry veterans

One of the seven UAE emirates is set to open a roughly $3.9b Wynn Resort featuring a casino

Rupee collapse is the reason behind all ills Pakistan is facing

Forget about documentation of economy when you can readily make profit here and there

Are you underpaid? Get ready for sending your employer to prison

Australia government is introducing a bill barring ‘wage theft’

Pakistan among developing countries in the grip of debt problems

It needs upwards of $22bn to service external debt and pay other bills for fiscal year 2023-24

Once in a blue moon, literally!

A supermoon is broadly defined as a full moon that is closer to earth than normal

Dwindling birth rate: China's Chongqing to remove marriage requirement for maternity benefits

Childcare costs, career, not wanting to get married among key reasons for not having children

What is Phoenix and how will it serve humanity?

A firm is developing a humanoid robot which will understand what we want

Cost of living: In Japan, a third of today's 18-year-olds may not have children

World's third-largest economy’s population of 126.15m in 2020 is projected to fall to 87m by 2070

Good news for Pakistan: Ukraine winter wheat sowing seen unchanged amid global food inflation crisis

Most nations in Asia and Asia are worst hit by the hike in food prices

In China, Raimondo says US will prioritise national security, does not seek decoupling

Says China returning to 2019 tourism levels will add $30bn to US economy, 50,000 jobs

Will govt now go for more fuel price hike to 'control' inflation?

People are already enraged over inflated electricity bills, they can’t be squeezed more

When is Venice Film Festival 2023 and what can we expect?

Event opens on Aug 30 with "Comandante", closes with "Society of the Snow" Sept 9

Argentina and Pakistan: Both inked deals with IMF but a difference can't go unnoticed

People can't be squeezed more, requiring urgent government action

One-child policy aftermath: China wants more babies as economic factors suppress birth rate

Message sent by authorities in Xian highlights "sweet love, marriage and childbirth"

Pakistan and cashless economy: A guide from Cuba where the majority is feeling its impacts

Cuban officials say new banking measures necessary for transparency, taxes collection

No more dreams as rich-poor divide widening at frightening pace

Concentration of wealth means consequences will be felt for a long time to come

Subsidy! Gone with the Wind? Massive hike in flour price at utility stores

The coalition govt had allocated the required amount for subsidy

Ethiopian Airlines and PIA: A tale of two Third World state-owned entities

The largest airline in Africa has 140 aircraft with $6.1bn earnings in latest financial year

Dollarisation: Argentina's Milei informs IMF how he wants to divorce peso, adopt dollar

It is in complete contrast to Brazil’s Lula who stands for de-dollarisation

Argentina's peso, Pakistan's rupee, depreciation and IMF

Black market offering 780 pesos for a dollar against official exchange rate of 350 pesos

Bangladesh eyes surpassing China as world's top cotton apparel exporter

Aims at $50bn in foreign sales this fiscal year after fetching $47bn in 2022-23

Weaker rupee didn't increase Pakistan's exports, it made cost of production unsustainable

Advocates of weaker rupee also pushed power and gas prices, interest rate to record-high

Reflecting on the philosophy of freedom

Freedom lies in fostering an environment where diversity is celebrated and pluralism is embraced

Celebration and reflection should go hand in hand

Celebration and reflection should go hand in hand

Smuggling of life-saving medicines puts lives at stake

Unnoticed smuggling to Afghanistan causes shortage of medicines in Lahore, a pharmacy official told

Skyrocketing transportation cost means people need mass transit system even more

No expansion in Lahore's integrated transport system after PTI assumed power in 2018

Right to fair trial - a cornerstone of justice

Right to fair trial - a cornerstone of justice

Global warming and inflation: Should millet – the poor man's food – make a comeback?

Water-intensive crops amid global warming and alarming food inflation need replacement

Rate hikes: Many countries moving in opposite direction of US. Can Pakistan follow suit?

Brazil, Chile, Hungary, others have kick-started rate cutting cycles to spur their economies

Has the devastating inflation triggered a social change in Pakistan?

Women are more visible around you as they join the workforce

Bread or bill – millions battle the hard choice

The latest power bill proves nothing short of a ‘shock’ for consumers