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Saeed Ahmed
Rawalpindi
The sit-ins of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) and Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) on one hand have caused loss of billions of rupees to the country while on the other affected construction work on the Metro Bus Service Project, ...
 
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Islamabad: The family of a renowned businessman, Vaqar Ashraf, who has been detained in Brussels (Belgium) since last month, has appealed to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Foreign Office, Adviser to the PM on National Security & Foreign Affairs ...
 
 
Rasheed Khalid
Islamabad
Dr Rajiv Kumar, former secretary-general of Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry, has said that the key to success for India and Pakistan lies in the two largest economies of South Asia work together for the regional ...
 
 
Our crime correspondent
Islamabad
A significant decrease in the crime rate was witnessed in the capital from May to August 2014 due to high vigilance and effective policing measures. The police force emerged successful in countering criminal elements, vehicle-lifters ...
 
 
Our correspondent
Rawalpindi
An exhibition of prints by young artists — Rabia Zubair, Almas Fatima, Wajeeha Zubair and Zuhra Rubab — commenced at the Rawalpindi Arts Council (RAC) here on Tuesday.
In the exhibition, around 40 prints by four artists from Lahore ...
 
 
Khalid Iqbal
Rawalpindi
Public service transporters have adopted a new way to avoid completing their specific routes, as they keep their vehicles off the road during office timing in the morning.
Commuters who travel on wagons of Routes 1, 1C, 7 and 124 ...
 
 
Afshan S. Khan
Islamabad
More than 700 alumni of US government-sponsored exchange programmes gathered in Islamabad to recognise innovation in community service by members of the Pakistan-US Alumni Network (PUAN). This was the fourth annual reunion of the PUAN ...
 
 
Ishrat Hyatt
Islamabad
While some events have been cancelled or rescheduled due to the ongoing protests near the ‘Red Zone,’ National Day celebrations remain in the agenda because of their importance.
To celebrate the 23rd anniversary of the ...
 
 
Our correspondent
Islamabad
An exhibition of experimental photographs and a functional furniture art pieces designed to make us rethink the way we look at ordinary things opens at Nomad here today (Wednesday).
Titled ‘Proprioception,’ the exhibition features ...
 
 

Islamabad
The residents of the capital have urged the railway authorities to upgrade the status of the only capital Railway Station to meet transportation needs of the capital residents.
The residents have also demanded the authorities ...
 
 
Our correspondent
Islamabad: Sewage water samples collected from various cities across Pakistan have shown presence of the highly contagious P1 strain of poliovirus in areas of Rawalpindi, Lahore, Karachi, Quetta, Jacobabad and Hyderabad.
Environmental samples ...
 
 

Islamabad: Muhammad Sheeraz Dasti, a lecturer at the Department of English, International Islamic University, has qualified for his PhD degree after defending his thesis, says a press release.
The topic of his research was ‘Cultural and ...
 
 
Afshan S. Khan
Islamabad
The Comsats Institute of Information Technology (CIIT) held its 66th Convocation at Convention Centre, on Tuesday and awarded graduate and postgraduate degrees, who secured BS, MS, MBA and PhD degrees in disciplines of Bachelor of ...
 
 
Our correspondent
Islamabad
Students of the Islamabad Model College for Boys (IMCB), F-10/4, on Tuesday morning blocked the F-10 Double Road against the continued occupation of their educational institution by the Punjab Police called in to maintain law and order ...
 
 
Our correspondent
Rawalpindi
Punjab Minister for Labour & Manpower Raja Ashfaq Sarwar has said that it is time for the nation to get united and set aside personal and political differences to help out flood-hit people.
He said that the Punjab government under ...
 
 
Our correspondent
Islamabad
Culture belongs to humanity and it needs to be taken care of, as it is not renewable, said Dr. Laura Tedesco during her lecture presentation on ‘Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation’ arranged at the Lok Virsa here on Tuesday. ...
 
 
Our correspondent
Islamabad
Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC) President Professor Masood Hameed Khan has ordered an inquiry against Islamabad’s Shifa College of Medicine and Dentistry over its unlawful act of re-affiliating itself with unrecognised Shifa ...
 
 
Our correspondent
Islamabad
Students of the Roots International School (RIS), Wellington Campus, organised a ‘Peace Walk’ in Sector H-8.
Humera Jahan, business development manager at RIS, flagged off the young peace-makers, who were carrying placards like ...