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  • ISLAMABAD-Islamabad the beautiful is trying hard to compete with Karachi in piling up garbage on its streets and roads.With sacks full of garbage outside almost every house, stink is absolutely nauseating. The smelly garbage is not only seen on streets outside almost every house, but also in ...

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  • ISLAMABAD    -   Minister for Science and Technology Fawad Chaudary has said that sites for production of Medicinal and Industrial Cannabis will be finalized within a period of 15 to 30 days. While talking with The Nation here yesterday, the minister explained about the ...

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  • Khyber           -         Elders of Koki Khel stormed Sada-e-Aman office in the sub-division of Jamrud on Monday.  Dozens of residents of Koki Khel tribe, equipped with sticks and stones gathered in ...

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  • ISLAMABAD     -       Sindh has surpassed Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in havoc wreaked by ongoing monsoon rains. In Karachi only, due to heavy and persistent rains during in a period of 9 days, 27 people died, 13 received injuries while 35 houses were ...

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  • ISLAMABAD          -         The monsoon rains and subsequent flooding in different parts of Pakistan have wreaked havoc with a total number of 106 deaths and 52 injuries across Pakistan.  Monsoon rainfalls ...

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  • ISLAMABAD - The recently approved 61 quality standards by the cabinet mainly cover electronics, batteries, vehicles, food items, cosmetics, amusement rides and parks, surgical equip­ment, construction materials and farming fertilisers and pesticides. These standards were approved by the federal ...

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  • Islamabad - Daewoo Express Pakistan and Skywell Automobile China have signed an agreement for setting up an ‘electric vehicles value chain’ in Pakistan. The deal was signed between the two countries at Serena Hotel in Islamabad where Pakistan Minister for Science and Technology Fawad ...

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  • ISLAMABAD - New vehicle standards have been approved for road safety, disclosed Minister for science and technology Fawad Chaudary.  Fawad Chaudary, said that his ministry had approved 61 standards for every vehicle on road. He said the approval was done on Tuesday by his ministry and the ...

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  • ISLAMABAD - Domicile, birth/ death certificates, online fard, vehicle token tax – services available in the mobile application ‘CITY ISLAMABAD’ are being used by numerous residents of the capital. The application which has already generated a total amount of Rs50 million in ...

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  • ISLAMABAD-‘City Islamabad’ application has generated a total revenue of Rs50 million in six months since it was launched by the administration of Islamabad, claims National Information Technology Board (NITB). In a press release issued here on Saturday, NITB explained that the ...

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  • ISLAMABAD           -    Federal Directorate of Education (FDE) has introduced courtesy rules for all the teachers, staff members and retired officials of every educational institution of Pakistan.  The letter issued by FDE to ...

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  • ISLAMABAD         -       ‘Capital Smart City’ and ‘ICT Administration’ mobile applications which were lately launched by Islamabad Administration have been hacked by India. The applications which were ...

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  • ISLAMABAD             -        The government on Tuesday offered to probe former focal person to PM on polio - the issue was highlighted by The Nation months earlier. After criticism from opposition ...

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  • ISLAMABAD - Double decker bus service is not only for tourists but for all. The bus will be used for both tourists and locals and is primarily meant for sightseeing of federal capital and Rawalpindi. Deputy Commissioner Islamabad Hamza Shafqat revealed that the authorities might introduce a ...

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  • ISLAMABAD             -       Empowering mountain communities with technology, financial resources must for climate-resilience, says SAPM Malik Amin.  Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Climate ...

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  • ISLAMABAD         -     Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Climate Change, Malik Amin Aslam, on Sunday said that urban forestry approaches are being assigned heightened importance and made integral part of the Ten Billion Tree Tsunami ...

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  • ISLAMABAD - China on Thursday provided NDMA with additional one thou­sand Bipap Ventilators to en­hance efforts to fight Covid-19 pandemic.  Addressing the handing over cer­emony of ventilators in Islamabad, Lt. Gen. Muhammed Afzal said, “The friendship between Pakistan and ...

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  • ISLAMABAD-Encouraged by the prime minister leading the tree plantation campaign, a huge number of young volunteers being part of the Tiger Force participated and helped plant saplings to carry out the project of planting a billion trees on immediate basis. A total of 10,000 trees have already been ...

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  • ISLAMABAD - Prime Minister Imran Khan has accorded top priority to engaging the country’s youth with the green initiatives launched under his Clean and Green Pakistan vision, particularly the Ten Billion Tree Tsunami Programme (TBTTP), said Malik Amin Aslam, Special Assistant to the Prime ...

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  • ISLAMABAD            -        Federal Minister for Planning and Development Asad Umar on Friday said that the reopening of marriage halls and educational institutions is the major challenge for the government ...

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  • ISLAMABAD          -      The condition of both the zoo and its animals is getting worse as the blame game between different government authorities appears to be never ending. The Zoo has not only experienced the death of animal ...

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  • ISLAMABAD -To investigate the killing of lion and lioness in Islamabad zoo, the government is establishing an inquiry committee to probe the incident again and make the responsible persons accountable.Under the command of Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Climate and Environment Malik Amin ...

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  • ISLAMABAD-Pakistan’s first electric vehicle charging unit has been installed at Jinnah Avenue with the collaborated efforts of Ministry of Climate Change and Ministry of Science and Technology. The Minister of Science and Technology Fawad Chaudary recently hinted about the development ...

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  • ISLAMABAD-Rainfall brings joy and mostly pleases people with its freshness especially at this time of the year. However, the same rainfall is bringing a lot of worries and stress for the residents of Khanna East and are affecting the area adversely. The streets of the society get filled with the ...

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  • ISLAMABAD-The commercial residential hotels of Murree are greeting tourists despite the fact that the respective administration has imposed a ban on tourism following the precautions taken to prevent the virus from spreading.The efforts of the administration of Murree to minimise the traffic in the ...

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  • ISLAMABAD-Private hospitals of Islamabad are earning a fortune through the treatment of patients suffering from coronavirus. A well-known private hospital of Islamabad has charged a patient a total bill of Rs2.9 million for only 20 days. The worrisome heir of the patient shared this tragic ...

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  • ISLAMABAD                -          Some marquees of Islamabad continue to carry out wedding events despite of multiple warnings and ban imposed by the administration. The ...

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  • ISLAMABAD                 -       Murree hill station, once famous for its overwhelming beauty of nature and greenery, is nowadays struggling with the escalating litter and ...

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  • ISLAMABAD           -        The National Disaster Management Author­ity (NDMA) has sent tenth tranche of Person­al Protective Equipments (PPEs) to Punjab and Sindh. Consignment has already been released to ...

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  • ISLAMABAD               -        The US government has provided ventila­tors worthy of 3 million dollars to Pakistan to help fight against the coronavirus. “The donation is a ...

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