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CCoR with consensus recommends abolishment of CADD
28th March 2015 CCoR with consensus recommends abolishment of CADD
ISLAMABAD: The Cabinet Committee on Restructuring (CCoR) here on Friday with consensus of the house recommended abolishment of Capital Administration and Development Division (CADD) and also proposed to club Textile Division and Commerce Division under one umbrella of...
Mushahid decides to unite top experts to tackle national environmental issues
25th March 2015 Mushahid decides to unite top experts to tackle national environmental issues
ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Climate Change,Mushahid Ullah Khan, has firmly decided to bring together highly-qualified environmental and climate change experts, scientists, and researchers of the country on one platform to utilize their expertise for tackling environmental issues. He...
PMNH playing vital role in preservation of natural history of Pakistan
25th March 2015 PMNH playing vital role in preservation of natural history of Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Museum of Natural History (PMNH), is playing a vital role in collection, preservation, and displaying of natural history of Pakistan for research and general public education. Talking to APP, Director General, PMNH, Dr Muhammad Khan Leghari...
Speaker refers five bills to relevant committees
24th March 2015 Speaker refers five bills to relevant committees
ISLAMABAD: Speaker National Assembly Sardar Ayaz Sadiq Tuesday referred five bills to relevant standing committees of the Lower House of the Parliament for further perusal and deliberations. The speaker referred Holder of Public Exchequer (Accountability)  Bill, 2015 to...
Public opinion leaders welcome resumption of Pakistan Day parade
24th March 2015 Public opinion leaders welcome resumption of Pakistan Day parade
ISLAMABAD: Leaders of public opinion have hailed resumption of Pakistan Day spectacular parade after seven years, saying it would make Pakistan more strong in defense capabilities of the nation. Talking to Radio Pakistan, they said the parade has...
Eight held in violation of Marriage Act
21st March 2015 Eight held in violation of Marriage Act
RAWALPINDI: On the violation of marriage laws, City Police arrested eight persons here on Friday in the precinct of Rata Amral Police. According to police spokesman, Rata Amral police conducted raid at a marriage party and held eight...
Notice to Chief Secretary KP over alleged taking over possession of PTDC,s property
20th March 2015 Notice to Chief Secretary KP over alleged taking over possession of PTDC,s property
ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Friday issued notice to Amjad Ali Khan, the Chief Secretary, Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa over alleged forcibly taking possession of the Pakistan Tourism Development Corporation (PTDC), properties in KP. The court...
NA lauds services of MD PBM
19th March 2015 NA lauds services of MD PBM
ISLAMABAD: The National Assembly on Thursday paid rich tributes to Managing Director Pakistan Baitul Mal Barrister Abid Waheed Sheikh and demanded to enhance the budget of PBM upto Rs 16 billion. Speaking in the National Assembly leader of...
NA observes one minute silence to mourn killings in Lahore churches
16th March 2015 NA observes one minute silence to mourn killings in Lahore churches
ISLAMABAD: Members National Assembly on Monday observed one-minute silence to mourn the deaths of Christian community in suicide bombings of churches in Lahore on Sunday. Speaker Sardar Ayaz Sadiq raised the issue in the House and announced one...
Pakistan subjected death warrants for two more convicts
14th March 2015 Pakistan subjected death warrants for two more convicts
LAHORE: Pakistan subjected death warrants for two sentenced murderers to be implemented on March 18. Session Court Lahore filed subjected warrant for Azhar Mehmood, during a hearing it was told that the President of Pakistan had rejected plea...
Four wall-chalking ban violators netted
13th March 2015 Four wall-chalking ban violators netted
RAWALPINDI: Rawalpindi police have arrested four accused on violation of wall-chalking ban. Rawalpindi police spokesman told that Rattaamral police netted Danish, Rizwan, Nadeem Akhtar and Idrees Rustam from different areas as they were involved in wall-chalking. Cases have...
Newly elected senators take oath today
12th March 2015 Newly elected senators take oath today
ISLAMABAD: The Senate session started with Senator Ishaq Dar who was nominated as the Presiding Officer in the chair on Thursday morning. During the session, newly-elected Senators took oath as members of the Upper House. The oath was...
Growing seasons changing across the globe
10th March 2015 Growing seasons changing across the globe
ISLAMABAD: A new study, using satellite data, has found that the growing seasons have changed everywhere around the world during the last couple of decades. The results may have significant impact on agriculture, interactions between species, the functioning...
Govt launches mass school enrolment drive
10th March 2015 Govt launches mass school enrolment drive
ISLAMABAD: Balochistan government has launched a campaign to increase school enrollment. The government will enroll 600,000 out-of-school children across the province, reported Radio Pakistan. Director of Education in Balochistan Saleem Ansari in an interview said that all DEOs...
Muslim World should present own narrative to win battle of ideas: Mushahid
7th March 2015 Muslim World should present own narrative to win battle of ideas: Mushahid
ISLAMABAD: Senator Mushahid Hussain Sayed on Saturday said the destiny and future of the Muslim World should be decided by Muslims themselves through vision and will, and not be decided by those sitting in Washington, Paris, London or...
Road accident injures Federal Minister Sardar Yousaf
7th March 2015 Road accident injures Federal Minister Sardar Yousaf
ISLAMABAD: As many as three people including Federal Minister Sardar Yousaf got injured in a road accident near Chakwal, Aaj News reported. According to the reports, the accident has been taken place near inter change on motorway when ...
Netanyahu’s popularity rises after U.S. speech, polls show
5th March 2015 Netanyahu’s popularity rises after U.S. speech, polls show
JERUSALEM: Israeli opinion polls on Wednesday showed Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu got a slight boost in popularity after his U.S. speech slamming an emerging nuclear deal with Iran, but he is still running neck and neck with his...
Pakistan suspends health officials for wasting vaccines worth
3rd March 2015 Pakistan suspends health officials for wasting vaccines worth
ISLAMABAD: Pakistani authorities have suspended two health officials after $3.7 million worth of vaccines donated by UNICEF to protect children from deadly diseases were wasted, officials said Tuesday. The pentavalent vaccines, which protect against five diseases with a...
Pakistan-India Diplomacy
3rd March 2015 Pakistan-India Diplomacy
Islamabad, PAKISTAN : Indian Foreign Secretary Subrahmanyan Jaishankar (L) arrives with Pakistani counterpart Aizaz Ahmed Chaudhry at the Foreign Ministry in Islamabad on March 3, 2015. A top Indian diplomat arrived in Pakistan on March 3 for the...
PPP wants elimination of rigging, Rehman Malik
3rd March 2015 PPP wants elimination of rigging, Rehman Malik
ISLAMABAD: Former Interior Minister and the member of Pakistan People’s Party Rehman Malik said, his party was antagonistic towards horse-trading and rigging, Aaj News reported. Talking to the media, Malik said, “Lota-cracy” is also related to the horse-trading....
Bokhari meets Syrian PM, Speaker
24th February 2015 Bokhari meets Syrian PM, Speaker
ISLAMABAD: Chairman Senate Syed Nayyer Hussain Bokhari has said that Pakistan is against terrorism in all its forms and manifestation which threatened peace and stability in the region. In a meeting with Speaker of the Syrian People’s Assembly...
HCBA concerned over plight of prisoners in Baramulla jail
21st February 2015 HCBA concerned over plight of prisoners in Baramulla jail
ISLAMABAD: The High Court Bar Association (HCBA) has expressed serious concern over the plight of the detainees lodged at Baramulla district jail. In pursuance of the orders of the High Court of the occupied territory, a two member...
Even insufficient sleep may lead to diabetes
21st February 2015 Even insufficient sleep may lead to diabetes
ISLAMABAD: Lack of sleep can elevate levels of free fatty acids in the blood, accompanied by temporary pre diabetic conditions in healthy young men, a new research reveals. While examining the impact of sleep loss on 24-hour fatty...
Lok Virsa establishes Turkish cultural passage at heritage museum
21st February 2015 Lok Virsa establishes Turkish cultural passage at heritage museum
ISLAMABAD: The National Institute of Folk and Traditional Heritage (Lok Virsa) has set up a Turkish Link Passage at its Pakistan National Museum of Ethnology (Heritage Museum) to provide an insight to the rich heritage of Turkey for...
Bomb blast kills 2 at Shi’ite mosque in Pakistan’s Rawalpindi
19th February 2015 Bomb blast kills 2 at Shi’ite mosque in Pakistan’s Rawalpindi
ISLAMABAD: A bomb blast at a Shi’ite mosque killed two people and injured six in the Pakistani city of Rawalpindi on Wednesday, a hospital spokesman said, and the latest in a string of deadly attacks targeting the minority...
Sucide Attack in Islamabad KurriRoad Imambargah ,2 dead and 10 injured: PIMS
18th February 2015 Sucide Attack in Islamabad KurriRoad Imambargah ,2 dead and 10 injured: PIMS
Islamabad: Several injured in Islamabad blast, emergency imposed in Hospitals of Islamabad. Due to the impact of the blast, windows of nearby buildings broke. Law enforcement agencies and rescue officials have reached the site of the blast. The...
 
 
 
 
 
 

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