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January 14, 2011
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January 14, 2011

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Pay Multan Road affectees, says Pervaiz
By Our Correspondent
LAHORE
PML-Q leader Ch Pervaiz Elahi on Thursday demanded the Punjab government make full payment to the affected shopkeepers of the Multan Road besides providing them employment. He said the government was paying Rs 1.9 million per marla to the affectees of Mughalpura overhead bridge against the official rate of Rs 200,000. He said the government wanted to make payment of Rs 600,000 per marla to the affectees of the Multan Road while the market rate was Rs 3 million. He was talking with a delegation of traders.

B.Com paper
By Our Correspondent
LAHORE
THE Punjab University (PU) has announced that the BCom Part-II Business Taxation paper, which was postponed on January 5, will now be held on January 15 on the same venue and time, said a press statement issued on Thursday.

PhD in Architecture
By Our Correspondent
LAHORE
THE University of Engineering & Technology (UET) Lahore has awarded the first PhD degree in Architecture to Abdul Ghafoor s/o Faiz Rasool. Also known as his alias Ghafer Shahzad, Abdul Ghafoor is Deputy Director Architecture in the Punjab Auqaf Department, and completed his research under the subject “To investigate the Forces Acting at Religious Magnet-The Shrine in Urban Settlements and their impact on Immediate Surrounding” under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Mahmood Hussain. Ghafer Shahzad has already penned fifteen books on different architecture themes like structural and architectural aspects of shrines, mosques and minarets.

Open court
INSPECTOR General of Police Punjab Javed Iqbal will start hold open court on a daily basis except Fridays in the Central Police Office (CPO). —Correspondent

PO arrested
By Our Correspondent
LAHORE
THE Badami Bagh police claimed to have arrested a proclaimed offender from Bund Road Morcha stop on Thursday. The police said that the PO Muhammad Adnan Bhatti was wanted in a

number of murder cases in Badami Bagh, Shafiqabad and other areas of Punjab. On a tip-off, a police team raided and arrested the outlaw and recovered a pistol, a rifle and two mobile phones from him.

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