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Khalid Iqbal
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For last 18 months, poor people are deprived of ‘sasti roltis’. Since July 5, 2013, the Punjab government has forgotten the ‘sasti roti’ scheme in the province, including Rawalpindi, but the poor are still hoping for the restart of ...
 
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Islamabad
Motorists and motorcyclists on Friday poured into local filling stations to fuel up.
This panic buying of petrol was triggered by the fears of filling stations closing business on Saturday ahead of further reduction in fuel ...
 
 

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Experts have called on the government to carefully work out a strategy to deal with the aftermath of India-United States agreements on defence, space and nuclear cooperation.
The experts on foreign affairs and nuclear issues were ...
 
 
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Islamabad
The Ministry of Health and the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC) have agreed to constitute a reform committee, which will be tasked with streamlining the procedures and functioning of PMDC. The terms of reference of the ...
 
 
Ibne Ahmad
Whichever bazaar of Rawalpindi you visit a row of goods lines the narrow pavements. Abundance of goods on the pavements shows the scale of business there. Although pavement trading is seen as a nuisance that needs to be regulated and not as an ...
 
 
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Islamabad: The harsh winter conditions are posing a real test to the residents of registered and non-registered slums, who are fighting for their survival in absence of basic facilities of life, including natural gas, the main source to thwart ...
 
 
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Islamabad: The South Asian Strategic Stability Institute (SASSI) has announced to officially launch its university, in collaboration with the CDA Training Academy, on February 2.
Some of the courses offered by the university include ...
 
 

Sometimes you feel like you need a little rest to get through the rest of your day. Experts say that it may not be a bad idea.
The National Sleep Foundation explains how a nap can be beneficial:
Health Tips
* A short nap can help ...
 
 
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Islamabad
The Ministry of Climate Change, while fixing a target of 12 million saplings during Spring Plantation Campaign 2015, has decided to celebrate National Spring Plantation Day on February 10 this year in memory of the martyrs of Army ...
 
 
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Islamabad
Justice Shaukat Aziz Siddiqui of the Islamabad High Court (IHC) here on Friday cancelled a contract for provision of furniture to the Parliament Lodges while declaring the award of contract against Public Procurement Regulatory ...
 
 
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Islamabad
The United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) National Survey Supply Coordinator for Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service John Crowe is visiting Islamabad to conduct a four-day training in plant pest surveillance for ...
 
 

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On the directions of National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Chairman Qamar Zaman Chaudhry, its Rawalpindi-Islamabad Regional Bureau distributed Rs34.26 million among 215 affected persons of M/s UNAICO Pak (Pvt) Ltd at a ceremony held at ...
 
 

Islamabad: The National Book Foundation (NBF) has published a new book titled ‘Heer Waris Shah’ with Urdu translation by Ihsanullah Tahir consisting of 184 pages with a price of Rs120, says a press release.
The ‘Qissa of Heer Ranjha’ by Syed ...