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Punjab government is on alert to provide relief to public : Nawabzada Tahir ul Mulk

Mandi Bahauddin (Sher Gondal) : Nawabzada Tahir ul Mulk, Adviser to CM on social welfare and Baitul Maal has said that Punjab government is on alert to provide relief to public during expected floods and rains. All measures have been completed across the province to contain floods to rivers natural ... Read More »

Gujranwala may become a hotspot for dengue

Lahore : Punjab Minister for Specialized Healthcare & Medical Education Khawaja Salman Rafiq has directed that vigorous dengue awareness campaign should be launched in collaboration with the local government and district councils in Punjab and billboards, flexes and banners should be displayed in the cities. The Minister directed that all ... Read More »

Punjab to celebrate 70th Independence Day of Pakistan in a befitting manner

Lahore : A high level meeting was held here today under the chair of Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif to review different programmes in connection with celebrations of 70th Independence Day of Pakistan in a befitting manner. Addressing the meeting, the Chief Minister said that the state of Pakistan was ... Read More »

Shahbaz Sharif condoles Mir Javed Rehman on his father-in-law death

Lahore : Chief Minister Punjab Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has expressed deep sense of grief and sorrow over the death of Jan Muhammad Bhatti Advocate, father-in-law of Chairman and Chief Executive of Jang Group Mir Javed Rehman. The Chief Minister prayed that may Allah Almighty rest the departed soul in eternal ... Read More »

CM condoles the death of Professor Hassan Akbar Kamal

Lahore : Chief Minister Punjab Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has expressed deep sense of grief and sorrow over the sad demise of prominent Urdu poet and educationist Professor Hassan Akbar Kamal. In a condolence message, the Chief Minister paid tributes to literary services of Professor Hassan Akbar and said that the ... Read More »

Secretary NPT Shahid Rasheed and Haseeb Pasha ‘s father in law dies

Lahore : Pakistan Movement’ s Worker Irfan Ali Shah has passed away. Inna Lillahe wa Inna Elehe Rajeune. Late Irfan Ali Shah was father-in-law of Shahid Rasheed, Secretary Nazaria Pakistan Trust and Haseeb Pasha ( Hamoon Jadugar), former Deputy Director Public Relations. Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has expressed ... Read More »

More than 72 per cent civil work of Orange Line Project completed

Lahore : As a result of effective presentation of technical data, heritage impact assessment report, vibration report and other relevant research studies about Lahore Orange Line Metro Train Project, the 21 members of the World Heritage Committee accepted Pakistan’s stance on the project, discarded the proposed draft decision forwarded by ... Read More »

IoBM Founder President Shahjahan Syed Karim passed away

Lahore : The Founding President of IoBM Shahjahan Syed Karim, has passed away . He was well-known for his pioneering role in education, as former Federal Secretary Information, Chairman PTV and PBC, for Civil Service of Pakistan  and for United Nations. His sad demise is widely-condoled.  His funeral prayers and burial are ... Read More »

Senior Journalist Ishaq Ch passes away

Lahore : Senior Journalist Ishaq Ch passed away . Inna Lillahe wa Inna Elehe Rajeune.His funeral would be offered today after Asr prayer at st# 3 Chiragh Park, Shadbagh,Lahore. Ishaq Ch was working with Khabrain Group as a Executive Editor, Naya Akhbar. Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has expressed ... Read More »

More than half of the civil work of Orange Train is completed : Kh. Ahmad Hassan

Lahore : More than half of the civil work along package-II of Lahore Orange Line Metro Train Project, from Chauburji to Ali Town, has been completed while German technology has been imported for speedy steam curing of U-tub girders, being precast for construction of 40 feet elevated track for the ... Read More »

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