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UK is standing with Pakistan for development and progress : Amber Rudd

Lahore : Secretary of State for Home Department, UK, Ms Amber Rudd called on Chief Minister Punjab Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif and discussed matters of mutual interest, promotion of bilateral ties and enhancement of cooperation in various fields. They also decided to take further speedy steps to promote bilateral cooperation in ... Read More »

International Kidney Transplant Congress” held at Shaikh Zayed Medical Complex

Lahore : Two days conference titled ‘’INTERNATIONAL KIDNEY TRANSPLANT CONGRESS” held under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Farid Ahmad Khan, Chairman & Dean, ShaikhZayed Medical Complex and Prof. Hafiz Shahzad Ashraf, Head Department of Urology & Kidney Transplantation,Shaikh Zayed Medical Complex, Lahore in collaboration with Transplantation Society of Pakistan (TSP), Pakistan Association of Urological ... Read More »

Punjab govt announces public holiday on 23rd of March

Lahore : Punjab government has announced a public holiday on 23rd of March to mark Youm-e-Pakistan with traditional zeal and fervor. All the govt and semi-govt offices , schools,colleges,universities and banks will be remained closed on the day .A notification has been issued in this regard.   Read More »

Pakistan defeated New Zealand 2-1 in the fourth hockey test in Wairarapa

Lahore : Pakistan defeated New Zealand 2-1 in the fourth hockey test in Wairarapa, New Zealand. Pakistan captain Haseem Khan scored both the goals.Pakistan now leads the series with 2-1 . Last hockey test to be played on Thursday. Read More »

One million Pakistanis lost eyesight due to delay in diagnosis : Brig. (Retd) Rizwan Asghar

Lahore : Executive Director Al Shifa Trust Eye Hospital Brig Rizwan Asghar has said that glaucoma is the ‘silent thief’ steals the sight of thousands of Pakistanis every year. Regarded as the second major cause of blindness globally the disease it causes the cables in the optic nerve to die off ... Read More »

Election Tribunal Gujrat gives justice to PML-Q candidate

Lahore : Election Tribunal Gujrat after recounting of votes in Union Council-73 Karnana has declared success of N-League’s Muhammad Anwar invalid and instead him Pakistan Muslim League (PML) candidate Ch Hassan Bilal successful for the office of Chairman, on this party leaders Ch Shujat Hussain, Ch Parvez Elahi and Moonis ... Read More »

ACE arrest corrupt officials from Punjab

Lahore : Anti-Corruption Establishment Punjab in different raids has arrested SDO, Registry Moharar, Excise Inspector, ASI, senior clerk, Ahlmad, a number of police officials and beneficiaries on account of illegal gratification. According to details Anti-Corruption Bahawalpur arrested two police officials namely Muhammad Hasham Raza and Muhammad Ubaid Gillani and two ... Read More »

Violent protest in Green Town on blasphemy

Lahore : Dozens of people came on roads in the wee hours of Tuesday night demanding death punishment for a youth recently returned from overseas  under the allegations of blasphemy. Green Town police used anti riots tools to disperse the mob including aerial firing and tear gas till the roads were ... Read More »

Shahbaz Sharif condoles with Azam Khalil on his wife’s death

Lahore : Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has expressed deep sense of sorrow and grief over the sad demise of wife of Azam Khalil, prominent journalist and columnist. In a condolence message, the Chief Minister expressed sympathies and condolences with Azam Khalil and the bereaved family and prayed that ... Read More »

Punjab University violence: minister forms fact finding committee

Lahore : Punjab Minister for Higher Education has constituted a high-powered committee to investigate into the violence erupted outside Faisal Auditorium between two student organizations on Tuesday. The fact finding committee would be headed by Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Zafar Mueen Nasir and would be consisted of Director Students Affairs, ... Read More »

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