Nawaz disqualification case hearing adjourned until Oct

By Ijaz Kakakhel

ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court of Pakistan on Monday rejected the plea for the formation of a larger bench over the case against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s disqualification and adjourned the hearing of the case till October 2.A three-member ...


Up to Rs 3.25 per litre cut likely in POL prices

By Ahmad Ahmadani 0

ISLAMABAD: Inflation-hit masses would find some relief ahead of Eidul Azha as the Oil and Gas ...

NAB authorises five inquires


ISLAMABAD: The Executive Board Meeting (EBM) of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) which met ...


Judiciary not conspiring against government: PM


ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said on Monday that he ...

Evening classes in model schools to be shifted to morning


ISLAMABAD: Capital Administration and Development Division (CADD) on Monday decided to move evening classes in morning shift as it is not feasible to run two parallel shifts in Islamabad Model schools and colleges. Chairing a meeting held here regarding matter of evening shift in Islamabad ...

Nazakat collection continues to attract people


ISLAMABAD: A week-long exhibition by Kersi Dubash containing captivating variety of Indian collection like Indian saris, shalwar kameez, jewellary and bags continued to attract a large number of fashionists especially women here in federal city.The fashion designer Kersi Dubash from India, under ...

Second volume of ‘Story of the Pakistan Navy’ launched

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ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Navy on Monday formally launched the 2ndvolume of the book “Story of the Pakistan Navy” covering the decade long period of 1972-83. Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Asif Sandi was Chief Guest at the ceremony. This latest volume of Book covers the decade long ...

Bahria University distributes food among flood victims


ISLAMABAD: Upholding its tradition of social welfare, Bahria University Islamabad stepped forward to help the flood victims under its flood relief campaign. The donations collected from Islamabad campus for the flood affected people in Punjab province. The students actively participated in the ...

Millennial heading to Horlicks Wizkids South Asian finals

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ISLAMABAD: Moiz Rehan, a student of A-Levels at RCI Millennium Campus, I-9/3, Islamabad is selected to represent Pakistan at the International Horlicks Wizkids of South Asia at the Horlicks Wizkid Competition held in Bangalore, India. Horlicks Wizkids is South Asia’s Largest Inter-school ...

EPA inspects 29 sites under anti-dengue drive; seals one


RAWALPINDI: Environment Protection Agency (EPA), under anti-dengue drive on Monday inspected 29 sites and sealed a premises. District Officer EPA, Mian Mohammad Nawaz told APP that EPA teams also removed stagnant water from four breeding sites. Action in accordance with the law is being taken ...

System being developed to support emergency responders


ISLAMABAD: A rapidly deployable wireless communication system is ...

Capital students, workingwomen facing accommodation problem


ISLAMABAD: Residents, bachelors, students and workingwomen are facing residential problems due to acute shortage of accommodation facilities in the capital city.The private institutions should have their own accommodation system on reasonable rent, so that the accommodation problems could be ...

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