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Khalid Iqbal
Rawalpindi
Fed up with persistent low to zero gas pressure in their homes, the residents of Jhanda Chichi Thursday staged a protest demonstration by burning tyres and raising slogans against the concerned authorities.
They blocked Kutchery ...
 
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Islamabad
The White Ribbon Campaign Pakistan and the National Commission on Status of Women (NCSW) have inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to jointly work for advocacy and awareness of pro-women laws.
The agreement was signed during ...
 
 

Your feet can really take a beating from all the walking and standing at holiday functions. The American Podiatric Medical Association offers this advice:
Health Tips
* Moisturise daily to ease dry, cracked and tired feet.
* Stretch your ...
 
 


Rawalpindi: Lieutenant Colonel Shakeel Ahmed, who passed away in Quetta on Wednesday, was buried at Army Graveyard in Rawalpindi on Thursday, says a press release.
'Dua' for the departed will be held today (Friday) at House no. 10, M-Road, ...
 
 
Our correspondent
Islamabad
The heads of higher education institutions across Pakistan on Thursday recommended that the provisions of 18th Amendment that may be in conflict with the Higher Education Commission (HEC) must be revisited in the national interest and ...
 
 
Our correspondent
Islamabad
Justice (r) Dr. Javed Iqbal lauded the role of Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) in projecting the universal message of the great Muslim poet Allama Muhammad Iqbal through its academic pursuits and hoped that the university will ...
 
 

Islamabad
Commander of Sri Lanka Air Force Air Marshal Kolitha Aravinda Gunatilleke visited Air Headquarters here on Thursday, says a press release.
On his arrival at Air Headquarters, the distinguished guest was received by Chief of the Air ...
 
 

Islamabad: Participants of a conference have urged the governments of India and Pakistan to settle longstanding Kashmir dispute without further delay to bring normalcy in relations of the two neighbouring countries, says a press release.
The ...
 
 

Rawalpindi: Senior correspondent of daily 'Jang', Rana Ghulam Qadir, lost his wallet on Wednesday, says a press release.
He went to Parliament House for coverage and came back to office in the evening when he found that his wallet was missing, ...
 
 
Myra Imran
Islamabad
Every government introduces youth development plans but these plans fail to bring any substantial change in human resource development as they are not focused on household level, said National Rural Support Programme (NRSP) Chairman ...
 
 

Islamabad
The two-day International Human Resource Development Congress and Pakistan Development Expo 2014 titled 'Key to Sustainable Growth: Human Resource Development' being organised by the Human Resource Development Network (HRDN) opens at ...
 
 
Naheed Khan
Rumours of the change of present set-up keep cropping up which indicates that things are not moving in the right direction and there is an immediate need to normalise the situation and take the country in the right direction.
Discussion on ...
 
 

Rawalpindi
The Inter-College Declamation Contest 2014 was held at Bahria Foundation College (BFC), Westridge campus, says a press release.
Lieutenant General (r) Sabeeh Qamar-ul-Zaman was chief guest.
The chief guest while addressing at ...
 
 
Noor Aftab
Islamabad
The top stalwarts of Pakistan People's Party (PPP) are still unclear whether former president Asif Ali Zardari would attend PPP's Founding Day Convention scheduled to be held in Lahore on November 30 that according to new schedule ...
 
 
Shahina Maqbool
Islamabad
The ghastly attack on polio workers in Quetta on November 27 has compelled the World Health Organisation (WHO) and Unicef, both of them key partners in the fight against polio in Pakistan, to limit staff and contractor exposure to ...
 
 
Our correspondent
Islamabad: The National Institute of Health Thursday confirmed the 266th wild type-1 polio case in Pakistan.
The latest case comes from Balochistan, where Hikmatullah, the 9 month-old son of Tahmoor Shah, has been disabled for life because of ...
 
 
Our correspondent
Islamabad
The Capital Development Authority (CDA) has launched a massive plantation drive of olive trees at different spots and sites of Islamabad in collaboration with the National Agriculture Research Council (PARC).
In the first phase of ...