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C2 IBA KHI: The Institute of Business Administration, Karachi, and The Citizens Foundation (TCF), signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), to practice TCF students for university admission testing and, offer effective counseling support.
Dr Sayeed Ghani, acting Dean and Director IBA Karachi, and, Syed Asaad Ayub Ahmad, President and Chief Executive Officer TCF, formally signed the MoU during a ceremony organized at the main IBA Campus.
This MoU will provide opportunity to TCF
STAFF REPORT ISB: The Trading Corporation of Pakistan (TCP) has rejected sugar stocks of two mills as the laboratory tests declared these stocks as "not fit for human consumption."
"After receiving the laboratory reports, overall some 3,280 tons of sugar stocks have been rejected by the state-run grain trader," sources told this scribe. The TCP has also asked the mills to provide fresh stocks as their earlier samples have been found substandard .