Faizan Ali Warraich

  • TLAHORE: The Punjab Government’s Shehr-e-Khamoshan initiative that allows people to bury and perform last rites of their loved ones in a peaceful manner is working smoothly.  There is ambulance service for the transport of the body and mortuary has space for 30 bodies. There are three ...

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  • TLAHORE: Sikh pilgrims from India and elsewhere in the world concluded their ceremonies with regard to Ranjeet Singh’s 179th death anniversary at Gurdwara Dera Sahib near Lahore Fort on Friday. Pilgrims are leaving for India on a special train on Saturday.   Balwindar Singh ...

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  • TLAHORE: Punjab Food Authority (PFA) has recommended ban on broadcasting children’s advertisement of chewing gum or bubble-gum. This decision is made on the recommendations of the scientific panel after complete consultation. In this context, the regulatory authority has called on ...

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  • TLAHORE: The Punjab Food Authority (PFA) sealed a Civil Secretariat’s main canteen and a Coffee Bar in Qaddafi Stadium while continuing a crackdown on the sale of unhygienic and sub-standard food in the provincial metropolis. On the directions of the PFA Director General Noor ul Amin Mengal, ...

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  • TLAHORE: A low cost in-house developed devise at 25 different locations of Lahore is being developed for WASA to digitally monitor in real time the rain and water ponding tracks.  The application is aimed to be deployed in the upcoming monsoon season to provide maximum facilities for ...

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  • TLAHORE: Punjab Food Authority has announced to distribute certificates among food industry companies for setting up stalls on subsidized rates. Special appreciation certificates will be given to those companies who are offering 20 per cent discount and maintain the protocols and food standards of ...

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  • TLAHORE: Peace activists from Pakistan and India have urged Islamabad and New Delhi to address the recent escalation in ceasefire violations at Line of Control and Working Boundary in order to ensure safety of civilians. People who endorsed the statement also brought government's attention towards ...

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  • TLAHORE: Justice Project Pakistan has welcomed the decision of the federal cabinet to approve an extradition agreement with Saudi authorities. This will allow Pakistani prisoners to serve out the remainder of their sentences in their home countries. As of now, 2795 Pakistani citizens remain detained ...

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  • TLAHORE: Amnesty International urged Pakistan to resolve hundreds of cases of enforced disappearances. AI termed that no one has ever been held accountable for an enforced disappearance in Pakistan. It is pertinent to mention here that UN Working Group on Enforced or Involuntary Disappearances has ...

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  • TLAHORE: A large number of rallies, walks and seminars were held to mark International Women’s Day in the city on Thursday. In true spirit of Women's Day women from across Lahore participated in the Aurat March paying tribute to the late human rights activist Asma Jehangir. The rally started ...

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  • TLAHORE: There is 21.5 percent increase in violence against women in 2017 as 8882 cases were registered in comparison to 2016. Punjab Government’s Commission on Status on Women Gender Parity Report 2018 said that. Punjab Gender Parity Report 2018 key findings are available with The Nation. It ...

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  • TLAHORE:  The completed sections of National History Museum (NHM) of Greater Iqbal Park and boating lake would be inaugurated on March 23, 2018. Woes of migration would be depicted digitally inside of a historical bogie of a train which carried the migrants from India to Pakistan. The project ...

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  • TThe youth led voluntary initiative for Indo-Pak Friendship, Aaghaz-e-Dosti Friday expressed concern over increased incidents of ceasefire violations between the two countries across Line of Control. "We believe that governments of the two countries are capable enough to engage in dialogue with ...

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  • TLAHORE: When Dr. Zarqa Taimur joined Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf in 2010 she hoped to bring change in society with political activism. For eight years she worked hard to create awareness among people on issues of political rights. Recently PTI weighed her leadership qualities and nominated her ...

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  • TLAHORE: A tug-of-war is going on the subject between a federal agency-Pakistan Standards and Quality Control Authority (PSQCA) and Punjab Food Authority, a provincial agency which is operating in alienation to combat same enemy, the food mafia and apparently have no coordination between two ...

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  • TLAHORE: Punjab Food Authority’s ban on smoking corners seems to be ‘mission impossible’. The move appreciated by anti-smoking groups has already sent shock waves among restaurant owners, who say their business will suffer if the ban imposed is implemented. Shanawar Ali, manager ...

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  • TThe online presence of Pakistani lawmakers is very bleak when anyone wants to know about the political and personal details. Saqib Qayyum, 28, who is currently residing in Russia, told The Nation that he is creating 442 Pakistani members of provincial assemblies’ online pages on ...

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  • TKASUR: Abuzar Ameen, 18, student of Pre-Medical second year, brother of seven-year-old Zainab whose murder after abduction and sexual abuse sent shock waves across Pakistan and around the globe, vowed to continue the education of his other two sisters.   Zainab's brother says education is ...

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  • TGwadar is the central hub for investment in the multi-billion dollar project China Pakistan Economic Corridor and is last hope for Pakistan to make quick progress in every sector. Abdul Saboor Sheikh CEO of Gwadar Central said this while talking to The Nation. The real estate sector is booming as ...

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  • TWhat is nation building and what is community service? There are many living examples of people who humbly served all their lives and remain unsung. Younis Ferozddin is one such person who has served the congregation of Lahore Cathedral for many decades in a humble position as Catechist. He never ...

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  • TPolice on Wednesday held a mock exercise at Saint Andrew's Presbyterian Church in Lahore. The exercise was carried out by Qilla Gujjar Singh Police at the Lahore church as part of a security beef up plan of churches and cathedrals countrywide after Quetta church suicide ...

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  • TLAHORE: Ninety percent women face harassment on public transport and 82 percent at bus stops. Most of the women commuters attempt to downplay such incidents and do not report them due to patriarchal socio-cultural patterns that complaints will not be acted on, stated a report titled ...

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  • TLAHORE: Fumbling, stumbling, grumbling, lost in the world of physics and walking on the unplanned paths, Professor Nergis Mavalvala from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) was able to solve the centuries old mystery about gravitational waves. "I used to repair bicycles and did hours ...

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  • TLAHORE: Javed Iqbal was at home when some of his family members approached him with the news that has took him in deep state of shock. His fourteen years old son Hasnain was all of a sudden caught in an Amritsar Jail. The news was all on the media. It has been seven months since Hasnain’s ...

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  • TLAHORE: The whole family is in a state of shock after Raza’s abduction. His two sisters are weeping continuously and it is becoming difficult to bring them solace, Isamel Khan, father of missing activist Raza Mehmood Khan told The Nation. Raza’s brother Hamid Khan said Raza was a ...

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  • TLAHORE: The two-day International Journalism Conference 2017 titled “Media and Society, Future and Beyond” concluded at Pearl Continental on Sunday. The Punjab Information Department, Foundation for Promotion of Academic Collaboration (FPAC), German Press Foundation (DPV) and the ...

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  • TLAHORE: Peace activist Raza Mahmood Khan has reportedly gone missing since Saturday evening on 2nd December 2017 after he arranged a interactive session on extremism and religious party’s sit-in in Islamabad that was held at ‘Lowkey Lokai’ a public space located in room 709, Al ...

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  • TLAHORE: Dozens of Visually Impaired Persons from various cities of Punjab yesterday staged a sit-in in front of Lahore Press Club to raise their demands on implementation of three percent blind quota on government jobs. Visually Impaired Persons took to the streets after series of sit-ins and ...

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  • TLAHORE - Like other parts of the world, International Day of Persons with Disabilities was observed in Pakistan on Sunday. Only 0.48 percent of the disabled persons are registered in Pakistan, according to the 6th Population and Housing Census 2017. Each year the day is observed on December 3 and ...

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  • TLAHORE: Punjab’s youth countering the unemployment stepped in freelancing world to earn money and support their families and to become self-employed as it becomes a new sensation for youth in province after government led programmed launched e-rozgar. International Data Group (IDG) 2014 ...

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