WHO recommends one pharmacist for 50 beds in hospitals

LAHORE: Only one pharmacist is available for over 1,200 beds in most hospitals while the World Health Organisation’s set standard is one pharmacist for 50 beds in the world. This was stated by renowned pharmacist and leader of Pakistan Pharmacists Forum (PPF) Noor Mehar Advocate while talking to APP on Sunday. Regarding the

Trump lambasted for Clinton jail threat

LOUIS: A chorus of critics painted Donald Trump as a dictator in the making Sunday, after he threatened to imprison Hillary Clinton if he wins the White House. Trump was called “dangerous,” “unfit” to be president and drew a series of unfavorable comparisons to Venezuela and Russia after he told his

Moroccan police arrest 10 women over militant links

RABAT: Moroccan police have arrested 10 women who had allegedly pledged allegiance to Daesh and planned to carry out suicide bombings across the country, authorities said Monday. The all-female cell had “tried to obtain the chemicals used to make explosive belts” and were planning to attack “vital installations,” the Interior Ministry

Egypt : Senior Muslim Brotherhood leader killed in shootout

CAIRO: Egypt’s Interior Ministry said early on Tuesday that it killed a senior Muslim Brotherhood leader it said was responsible for the group’s “armed wing” and another member of the group in a shootout on Monday. Mohamed Kamal, a member of the Muslim Brotherhood’s top leadership, had disappeared on Monday afternoon,

‘We were forced to intervene in Yemen’

RIYADH: The lack of intervention by Saudi Arabia and Arab coalition forces in Yemen would have turned the country into an Iranian missile base with dangers extending up to the southern border of the Kingdom. And all this would have happened without Iran taking any direct responsibility, said spokesman for the

Britain to start EU divorce by end of March

BIRMINGHAM: British Prime Minister Theresa May announced on Sunday that her government will trigger Brexit negotiations by the end of March, putting the country on course to leave the European Union by early 2019. The move will plunge Europe’s second largest economy into two years of painful horsetrading with its EU