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Lahore

May 18, 2018

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LPG decanting shop explodes in Iqbal Town

LPG decanting shop explodes in Iqbal Town

LAHORE: The roof of an LPG decanting shop collapsed at Allama Iqbal Town on Thursday when an explosion occurred in it. Two bikes were also damaged in the incident. Firefighters extinguished the fire. No casualty was reported.

Shop gutted: A fire broke out in a shop in China Centre on Hall Road on Thursday. The cause of the fire was stated to be a short-circuit. Firefighters extinguished it after hectic efforts. No casualty was reported.

Man dies: A man, unidentified so far, died in a road accident in the Harbanspura area on Thursday. The body has been removed to morgue. KP journalists: A delegation of 11 senior journalists and analysts representing the media fraternity of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) visited Punjab Police Integrated Command Control and Communication Center (PPIC3).

The delegates comprised journalists from the print and electronic media. The chief operating officer of Punjab Safe Cities Authority briefed the delegation on various arms and functions of the project and the advanced technologies supporting it. The COO showed round the delegates the PSCA’s premier project PPIC3, a consolidated hub of integrated policing regulating swift emergency and police responses.

The project also helps intelligent traffic management, dispatch of Punjab Police, PRU and Dolphin Force, Rescue 1122 emergency response, criminal identification/ investigations, virtual surveillance and media monitoring.

Impressed by the project, the veteran journalists from the Peshawar Press Club said sophisticated and integrated security projects must be emulated across Pakistan. The use of such latest technologies and skilled workforce is necessary to succeed in the ongoing war on terror, they added.

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