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10,000 students appeared in UoP entry test for BS Programme

PESHAWAR: About 10,000 candidates appeared in the University of Peshawar Aptitude Test to get admission in the BS four-year degree...

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Sedentary life styles casting series impact on physical, emotional, mental health of people

KARACHI: Growing dependence of people on machines and rampant sedentary life-style is exposing people to physical, emotional and mental health...

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1055 dengue fever suspects visit allied hospitals

RAWALPINDI: Around 1055  dengue fever suspects have so far been brought to the allied hospitals of the city,out of which...

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Study links rare blood type to high risk of memory loss

ISLAMABAD: A new study suggests people with a rare blood type may be at a greater risk for memory loss...

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Eat fish to fight deafness

ISLAMABAD: Eating oily fish can slash the risk of hearing loss by a fifth, a new study has found. Fish...

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SU announces result of LLB part-I exams

HYDERABAD: The Controller of Examinations (Annual) University of Sindh Thursday announced the results of LLB Part-I Annual Examinations of the...

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Growing air pollution, dust increasing number of asthmatic patients: Dr Khan

HYDERABAD: The growing air pollution and dust is increasing the number of allergic asthmatic patients in urban populace of Hyderabad...

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800,000 die by suicide globally every year: WHO’s first report

KARACHI: More than 800,000 people die by suicide every year around one person every 40 seconds, according to WHO’s first...

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K-Electric Proud to Receive 2nd FPCCI Achievement Award for the Year 2013

K-Electric (KE) has issued a press statement in which the company was pleased to announce that the Federation of Pakistan...

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Sleeping pills use linked with Alzheimer’s disease

ISLAMABAD: Sleeping tablets and anxiety drugs taken by millions of people have been linked with Alzheimer’s disease, researchers warn. Common...

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ISLAMABAD: The scientiests have said that the target to reduce sugar consumption should account...
 
 
Girls clinch first six positions in Intermediate (Humanities) Groups Exams KARACHI: Six girls and no boy could clinch A-1 Grade in the Intermediate Part –...
 
 
Vitamin E intake crucial for first 1,000 days of life’ ISLAMABAD:If you believe that vitamin E deficiency never occurs, you are probably wrong. A new...
 
 
Online attendance system introduced at Sindh University HYDERABAD: The management of University of Sindh, Jamshoro started the implementation of online student’s attendance...
 
 
FICCI hosts dinner for participants of Pak Lifestyle expo LAHORE: The Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry hosted a dinner in honour...
 
 
EPA committed to eliminate dengue mosquito RAWALPINDI: Environment Protection Agency (EPA), under its ongoing anti-dengue drive on Saturday inspected 32 sites...
 
 
 
BISE Larkana announces HSC Part-II (Pre-Medical) exams-2014 results
5th September 2014
LARKANA: The Controller of Examinations, Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Larkana Sikandar Ali Mirjat on Friday evening announced the results of Annual Examinations-2014 of Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) Part-II Pre-Medical Group. The pass percentage remained 79.57...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Dengue control cell set up
7th September 2014
FAISALABAD: The Health Department has established a dengue control cell at DCO office to eradicate dengue. A spokesman for the health department said on Sunday that the dengue control cell would work round the clock and people could...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Awareness seminars to be held at ditt level on breast feeding
24th August 2014
LAHORE: The Punjab government will observe World Breast Feeding Week from August 25 to 30 by organizing awareness seminars at district headquarters to highlight the importance of breast feeding for the better health of infants and children. Health...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Too much make-up not good for youngsters: Expert
28th August 2014
ISLAMABAD: Parents are being urged to ensure that their children aren’t using too much make-up particularly if they’re young as it can lead to major skin problems, says an expert. Girls as young as 12 years old are...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
International Peace Advocate Mr. Lee travels to Japan for Peace visit
2nd September 2014
After being awarded as the “Peace Advocate of World Peace” in China, Mr. Lee visits Japan during his 14th world tour to Northeast Asia On the 70th Anniversary of the end of World War II, South Korean peace...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 



 
 
 



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