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Muhammad Qasim
Rawalpindi
The district health department is satisfied with the public response to an on-going measles crash activity under which children from six months of age to 10 years of age are being vaccinated against the highly contagious infection of ...
 
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Ibne Ahmad
Even if it proves to be a boon in the long run, every infrastructure development churns out a certain amount of disorderliness and the Metro Bus Project on Murree Road is not different. The difference, perhaps, is that it is for the first time in ...
 
 
Our crime correspondent
Islamabad
The Aabpara Police have found body of a young man with multiple sharp weapon wounds on different part of his body lying in Rose and Jasmine Garden Saturday, the police said.
The police claimed that the victim identified as Naimat ...
 
 

Rawalpindi
Police on special directives of City Police Officer (CPO) Rawalpindi Humayun Bashir Tarar conducted raids and arrested four men for running illegal liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) agencies.
According to details Naseerabad police ...
 
 

A banker by profession, Salim Ansar has a passion for history and historic books. His personal library already boasts a treasure trove of over 7,000 rare and unique books.
Every week, we shall take a leaf from one such book and treat you to a ...
 
 

Islamabad: Lok Sanjh Foundation (Oxfam) and Rural Business Development (RBDC) have helped sugarcane growers to produce healthy substitute for white sugar by establishing Gur Producers Association, says a press release.
A ceremony in this regard ...
 
 

Islamabad: Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) here on Saturday dispatched a 7-member group to Japan for 18-day short training course on Support System for the Persons with Disabilities.
In-charge of JICA training programme in ...
 
 
Our correspondent
Islamabad
Police high-ups of Islamabad and Rawalpindi are of the opinion that the ruling of the Supreme Court with reference to Police Service of Pakistan (PSP) seniority is about those officers of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, who were appointed in the ...
 
 
Our correspondent
Islamabad
An emergency meeting of All Pakistan Paramedical Federation (APPF) held here at PIMS expressed solidarity with protesting paramedical staff of the Jinnah Postgraduate Medical College (JPMC) Karachi.
The meeting chaired by general ...
 
 
Our correspondent
Islamabad
The closing ceremony of 12th training course titled ‘Personal Development’ held in CDA Training Academy (CTA), Pak-China Friendship Center here.
The training course was attended by CDA officers and students from Preston University, ...
 
 
Our correspondent
Islamabad
Academicians at a condolence reference held at Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) paid homage to late Professor Dr. Saeeda Asadullah Khan, former vice-chancellor of the Fatima Jinnah Women University.
The speakers including the ...
 
 

Rawalpindi
Police have registered cases against 38 hotels and landlords for violation of Punjab Information of Temporary Residence Ordinance 2015 as the accused did not pass on to the police the required particulars about their tenants. ...
 
 
Muhammad Anis
Islamabad
The residents of sector G-7/3-4 have been facing severe shortage of gas since start of the winter season.
A resident of the sector which comprises government quarters said that his children have to go to school, almost daily ...
 
 

Islamabad
National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Chairman Qamar Zaman Chaudhry has said that one of the major issues of developing countries is corruption with its manifestations, as bribery, nepotism, embezzlement and misuse of authority, ...
 
 
Our correspondent
Islamabad
If you plan outdoor recreation today (Sunday), then you may rest assured that it will be really pleasant.
The reason is that it is likely to be a rainy weekend in Islamabad and Rawalpindi.
Even the two cities may see light ...