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Human traffickers held for killing accomplices

By: Our Staff Reporter | October 23, 2014

SIALKOTPolice in coordination with the CIA have arrested an alleged human trafficker along with her co-accused for killing her three other accomplices over money disputes during the last few ...

Speakers stress govt role to secure food

By: Our Staff Reporter | October 23, 2014

SARGODHARight to food has been secured in the Constitution of Pakistan thus the government is bound to provide food security to its entire populace and it should be held accountable through ...

PP-162 by-poll today

By: Our Staff Reporter | October 23, 2014

SHEIKHUPURA The polling in PP-162 will be held on Thursday (today). The seat fell vacant after the death of PML-N MPA Khurram Gulfam.The administration has announced local holiday while 30 polling ...

Tightening noose around outlaws ordered

By: Our Staff Reporter | October 23, 2014

HAFIZABAD/SANGLA HILLRegional police directed policemen to be courteous towards the complainants and perform their duties without any fear to revive the public confidence.Chairing a meeting in the ...

Entry of 42 clerics banned, 19 gagged

By: Our Staff Reporter | October 23, 2014

BahawalnagarThe district administration has banned the entry of 42 clerics and issued gagging order for 19 local clerics to maintain peace in the district during the holy month of Muharram.The ...

Local media denied access to president

By: Our Staff Reporter | October 23, 2014

BAHAWALPUR Local journalists have expressed grave concerns over the “indifferent and prejudiced attitude” of the government and the Ministry of Information over keeping the local ...

Govt-donated 12 buses rusting away

By: Our Staff Reporter | October 23, 2014

SIALKOTSeized in the police lines here for the last one year, a dozen buses owned by a non-profit organisation of former federal minister Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan have started rusting.In addition, ...

Water plant opens at BZU

By: Our Staff Reporter | October 23, 2014

MULTANHighlighting the importance of clean water for human health, Bahauddin Zakariya University (BZU) Vice Chancellor Dr Khawaja Alqama has said that installation of a Reverse Osmosis water ...

SC restores PML-N MPA’s membership

By: Our Staff Reporter | October 23, 2014

BUREWALAA Supreme Court of Pakistan’s three-member bench has restored the Punjab Assembly membership of PML-N leader Chaudhry Muhammad Yousuf Kaseliya, declaring an election tribunal’s ...

FBR e-filing system remains dysfunctional

By: Our Staff Reporter | October 23, 2014

SIALKOTDespite their hectic efforts, the experts of Federal Board of Revenue remained unable to locate and remove the faults occurred in the FBR’s sales tax returns e-filing system at Regional ...

Pakistan likely to be declared water-scarce country

By: Our Staff Reporter | October 23, 2014

lahoreDr. Engr. Javed Younas Uppal, Chairman, Activity Committee, Institution of Engineers, Pakistan, in his lecture on Wednesday discussed current water disputes with India.The lecture was attended ...

Pakistan wants to expand trade ties with Denmark

By: Our Staff Reporter | October 23, 2014

lahorePunjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has said that there are strong economic relations between Pakistan and Denmark, however, there is a need for further promotion of trade and ...

KSE recovers 246 points on LSM growth data

By: Our Staff Reporter | October 23, 2014

KARACHIStocks showed strong recovery led by selected scrips across the board on speculations ahead of quarter end results.At local equity market benchmark KSE-100 share index posted a fresh gain of ...

Aid package for families enhanced

By: Our Staff Reporter | October 23, 2014

ISLAMABAD - Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has given approval for enhancement in the assistance package for the families of government employees who die in service. According to the revised package in ...

MQM quits alliance with PPP in AJK

By: Our Staff Reporter | October 23, 2014

ISLAMABAD: : Criticising PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari's remarks against Altaf Hussain, MQM on Wednesday decided to quit alliance with PPP in Azad Kashmir. "MQM has decided to quit as coalition ...

Inquilab sit-in called off due to Muharram: PML-Q

By: Our Staff Reporter | October 23, 2014

LAHORE - Claiming that Inquilab sit-in has been terminated to observe the sanctity of Muharramul Haram, PML-Q Punjab President, Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi has said that mass awareness public meeting ...

DCO reviews Changa Manga water supply

By: Our Staff Reporter | October 23, 2014

CHANGA MANGA - Kasur DCO Adnan Arshad visited Changa Manga and surrounding areas along with Assistant Commissioner Chunian Sheikh Saleem Khalid.They examined Ahluwal Road, Chak No 32 Road and Mehtabi ...

UNDP, ILO ink pact to train NWA people

By: Our Staff Reporter | October 23, 2014

Islamabad - The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and International Labour Organisation (ILO) will impart employable skills training and employment facilitation to 200 women and men from ...

15 outlaws arrested in Islamabad

By: Our Staff Reporter | October 23, 2014

Islamabad - Islamabad police have arrested 15 outlaws during special vigilance throughout the city and recovered hashish, heroin, liquor bottles and weapons, a police spokesman said on ...

More women cops need of the hour: Ex-secy

By: Our Staff Reporter | October 23, 2014

Islamabad - Syed Kamal Shah, former secretary interior, Wednesday said that there was a dire need to increase the number of women in police department.Speaking at a two-day seminar “Women ...

Polio count soars to 212 with 2 fresh cases

By: Our Staff Reporter | October 23, 2014

Islamabad - Two new type-1 polio cases surfaced on Wednesday, which increased the count for polio cases of the year to a new high of 212.Mafia, 12-month-old female child, and Adil, 30-month-old male ...

Babar for welfare-driven state approach

By: Our Staff Reporter | October 23, 2014

Islamabad - There can be a great threat if the present security-driven state approach is not converted into welfare-driven state approach, said Senator Farhatullah Babar.The lawmaker was addressing a ...

HEC, BC launch active citizens programme for students

By: Our Staff Reporter | October 23, 2014

Islamabad - The Higher Education Commission (HEC) and British Council (BC) on Wednesday launched the Active Citizens Programme for students of all degree awarding institutions.The programme ...

PCB prolongs work on Ajmal's action

By: Our Staff Reporter | October 23, 2014

LAHORE - The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Wednesday said that banned spinner Saeed Ajmal would receive a further two weeks of work on his illegal bowling action before being sent to England for ...

Aamir urges PSF chief to recognise his services

By: Our Staff Reporter | October 23, 2014

ISLAMABAD - Asian senior individual squash champion Aamir Atlas Khan looked very upset with the treatment rendered to him by Pakistan Squash Federation (PSF), despite winning numerous medals for the ...

PU exams schedule

By: Our Staff Reporter | October 23, 2014

LAHORE - The Punjab University Examinations Department has issued the revised schedule of admission fee & forms of MSc IT (First and Second Year) annual examination 2014 and BS in Computer ...

Kashan in SN Tennis U-18 quarterfinals

By: Our Staff Reporter | October 23, 2014

ISLAMABAD – Kashanul Haq defeated Saqib Umar to reach the NBP Subh-e-Nau Tennis Championship boys U-18 quarterfinals here at Senator Dilawar Abbas PTF Complex Wednesday. Kashan bounced back ...

CPSP to be protected

By: Our Staff Reporter | October 23, 2014

LAHORE - Fellows and members of College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan (CPSP) have condemned efforts of dividing the institution, saying that they would raise voice at every forum to protect its ...

Tributes paid to Qayyum Khan

By: Our Staff Reporter | October 23, 2014

LAHORE - Tributes were paid to the services rendered by Khan Abdul Qayyum Khan at a special sittings held in commemoration of the Pakistan Movement heroes who died in October on Wednesday. The ...

LHC hears plea against Maryam Nawaz

By: Our Staff Reporter | October 23, 2014

LAHORE - The Lahore High Court (LHC) on Wednesday directed the federal government to come up with the arguments on legal status and criterion for the appointment of Maryam Nawaz Sharif, while hearing ...

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