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Why ITNE was not formed; IHC sought report

Islamabad High Court has asked the federal government to submit reply within fortnight as to why Chairman and members of Implementation Tribunal for Newspaper Employees (ITNE) have not been appointed which is prerequisite under section 12 of the Newspaper Employee (Conditions of Service) Act (NECOSA) 1973. The order has been ... Read More »

302 put Brendon McCullum on top

New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum’s spectacular match-saving knock of 302 in the Wellington Test against India has helped him jump eight places to a career-best 12th in the latest . McCullum, who became the first New Zealand batsman to score a triple hundred, helped draw the second and final Test in Wellington ... Read More »

Control over rapidly increasing population is of vital :Begum Zakia Shahnawaz

Lahore: Provincial Minister for Population Welfare, Begum Zakia Shahnawaz has said that the control over rapidly increasing population is of vital importance so that better facilities could be provided to citizens by minimizing the burden on national resources. She was addressing a seminar held in connection with the release of ... Read More »

Government is working harder to resolve energy crisis:Shahbaz Sharif

Lahore: Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has said that the government is working harder than the expectations of the people for resolving energy crisis and had the former rulers interest of the country at their heart, Pakistan would not have been facing load-shedding. Talking to media on his arrival ... Read More »

England and West Indies advanced to the quarter-finals

England and the West Indies advanced to the quarter-finals of the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2014 when they comfortably won their decisive Group C and D matches, respectively on Tuesday. England overcame Sunday’s heart-breaking loss to Sri Lanka by bouncing back to defeat New Zealand by 115 runs in ... Read More »

DCOs should ensure auction process in the vegetable markets:Bilal Yasin

Lahore: Provincial Minister for Food and Chairman Price Control Committee, Bilal Yasin has said that presence of representatives of DCOs should be ensured in vegetable markets of the province for inspection of auctioning process. He said that absence of concerned officers will not be tolerated at all. He expressed these ... Read More »

Peace talks should continue: Munawar Hasan

Lahore: Ameer, Jamaat e Islami, Pakistan, Syed Munawar Hasan, has said that any attempt to sabotage the talks, whether from the Taliban or the government could not be justified. Talking to the media after visiting prominent poet Afzaal Siddiqui at a local hospital, he said that military operation could not ... Read More »

PCB forms committee to probe into match fixing charges

Lahore :PCB has constituted a 3-member committee to ascertain the facts in the alleged match-fixing charges in the  Faysal Bank T-20 Cup 2013-2014  match played between Sialkot Stallions and Karachi Dolphins at Pindi Stadium on February 11, 2014. The fact-finding committee will comprise General Manager  Domestic Cricket Operations, Mr Shafiq ... Read More »

Lady Health Workers end their sit in after 36 hours

Lahore: Lady’s health workers have ended their protest in front of punjab assembly after 36 hours when CM Punjab’s advisor for health given them a word that all their demands would be fulfilled within couple of weeks. Poor Ladies were on the roads since Monday morning. Police tried to dispersed ... Read More »

Musharraf returned to military hospital after appearing in treason court

Lahore: Dr Raza Bokhari, international spokesperson for General Pervez Musharraf issued the following statement to various media outlets: Former President Musharraf, earlier today, temporarily left the military hospital against expert medical advice to appear in the special treason court. General Musharraf voluntarily signed a waiver before leaving the hospital. At ... Read More »

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