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ISLAMABAD: A hostel with accommodation capacity of 300 students on Saturday was inaugurated at the campus of Quaid-i-Azam ...
 
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Myra Imran

Islamabad The Punjab Higher Education Commission (PHEC) plans to establish third training academy for northern Punjab universities and colleges in Rawalpindi. This information was shared by Punjab Minister for School and ... 
Ishrat Hyatt

Islamabad A well-attended reception to mark the 93rd anniversary of ‘Victory Day’ (which falls on the 30th) was hosted by the Ambassador of the Republic of Turkey and Mrs Babur Girgin along with Armed Forces Attache, Naval ... 
Zafar Alam Sarwar

Commuters of sharp memory optimistically waiting for a Metro bus at a Rawalpindi or Islamabad station on a rainy day recall how when about five years ago nearly 40,000 people were at risk from flooding of the landslide-spawned lake ... 

Islamabad: The Pakistan Academy of Letters (PAL) is making efforts to keep alive the old tradition of writers' tea houses, where literary community shared their experiences, resources and knowledge. The Academy launched a series ... 

Islamabad: An outdoor sch-ool has been continuing in federal capital catering to the educational needs of less fortunate children where volunteers were devotedly associated with the cause. Number of children gather in the park ... 

Haglund’s deformity is characterized by a benign bump that forms at the back of the heel. It’s common among women who wear high heels, having earned the nickname “pump bump.” The American Podiatric Medical Association suggests: ... 

Islamabad Over-crowding of patients, rude behaviour of staff and unhygienic conditions are still the norms in government-run hospitals as hundreds of mostly impoverished patients and their attendants step into these premises. ... 

Islamabad Federal Climate Change Secretary Arif Ahmed Khan has emphasised need for global efforts to boost climate resilience of water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) sector, which is vital to achieving sustainable socio-economic ... 
Mian Saifur Rehman

Chaudhrys of the House of Gujrat have come out of forced political hibernation to launch a reunion of different factions of Muslim Leagues, using the building blocks of the Chaudhrys’ famous (obviously not infamous) ‘Mitti Pao’ ... 

Rawalpindi The operation against food outlets lacking cleanliness arrangements would continue and their business would be closed if they do not meet the required standard, said Assistant Commissioner Qurat-ul-Ain. Talking to ... 

Rawalpindi: The City District Government Rawalpindi has imposed a ban on the entry of sacrificial animals into city areas. Under the ban, the sale and purchase of sacrificial animals has been restricted on the occasion of Eidul ... 

Islamabad: Ahmed Faraz Library at the Pakistan Academy of Letters (PAL) will remain open on weekends to facilitate book readers and researchers. According to a senior PAL official, the decision in this regard was taken on the ... 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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