TOBA TEK SINGH - Bangladesh was deriving more benefits than Pakistan from textile exports because of the incentives provide for the industrialists by the former government, said a member of the All Pakistan Textile Mills Association.

On his return from Bangladesh, Haji Aslam talking to journalists at Press Club on Sunday said that there was no energy crisis in Bangladesh and the government there was fully cooperating with the textile mills owners to boost the export of textile products. He added that for the last five year, the textile sector in Pakistan had been facing energy crisis which also caused the loss of international buyers.

WORKSHOP: National Students Federation leader Ali Raza said that NSF was struggling to promote tolerance in the society.

Addressing the concluding session of a two-day workshop, he urged the participants to join NSF and said that it was equipping the students with the anti-terrorism ideas.

NSP Punjab Vice President Shumaila Manzoor said that 100 students of different colleges of the district attended the workshop. MPA M Rafiq, lawyer Rana M Azam, Awami Workers Party leaders M Zubair and Akash Ashfaq were also present.