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Punjab Government appeals Ulema to make Polio Campgain successful

Lahore:Punjab Minister for Labour & Auqaf, Haji Ehsan-ud-Din Qureshi has said that ulemas have deep respect among the masses, therefore, they should communicate the people regarding administering of polio drops during current 3-day (16 July to 18 July) anti-polio campaign during which 17.3 million children up to five years of ... Read More »

Dewatering pumps for all towns have been purchased:Malik Nadeem Kamran

Lahore:Provincial Minister for Zakat & Usher, Malik Nadeem Kamran has said that in order to cope with the monsoon situation and ensuring the drainage of water from low lying areas, five dewatering pumps each for all towns have been purchased. This was stated by him while presiding over a meeting ... Read More »

Riaz Pirzada should be ashamed of his anti-party statements: Akram Masih Gill

Lahore:Minister of State for National Harmony Akram Masih Gill has said that Riaz Hussain Pirzada should be ashamed of his anti-party statements. In a statement issued here today, Akram Masih Gill said that while making an outburst against the party leadership Riaz Pirzada forgot that this is the same party ... Read More »

Transport companies will be set up in Rawalpindi and Faisalabad on LTC style

Lahore:Punjab Chief Minister, Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has said that transport companies will be set up in Rawalpindi and Faisalabad on the pattern of Lahore Transport Company and 100 buses to be received from Turkey will be plied on the routes of backward and poor localities. This was stated by him ... Read More »

Rehman Malik name should be included in the ECL:Rana Sana

Lahore:Provincial Minister for Law, Rana Sanaullah Khan has said that Rehman Malik has the whole record of corruption of Ali Baba Forty Thieves and his name should be included in the Exist Control List so that he should not escape from the country. Commenting upon the statement of Rehman Malik, ... Read More »

Foreign elements behind the terrorism :VP APML Sardar Ghulam Mustafa Khaskheli

Lahore: Central Vice President All Pakistan Muslim League (APML) Sardar Ghulam Mustafa Khaskheli has said everybody knows that foreign elements are behind incidents of target killing in Quetta and Karachi but the question is that what the government is doing to eradicate them. According to an APML press release issued ... Read More »

Nawaz Sharif should stop politicizing the judiciary, Aasia Ishaq

Lahore: Central Information Secretary All Pakistan Muslim League Aasia Ishaq has said that Nawaz Sharif should stop politicizing the judiciary; it will harm only the country. According to APML statement issued here on Monday, she said Nawaz Sharif and his party PML-N is spreading an impression that the country’s judiciary ... Read More »

PML-N starts working for manifesto

Lahore: A meeting of Manifesto Committee of Pakistan Muslim League-N was held under the Chairmanship of Sartaj Aziz in party secretariat here today. Party experts belonging to Political, economic, energy, socio-culture, educational, health and law and order fields attended the meeting. In his message to the leaders who attended the ... Read More »

Punjab Government holds Mango Festival 2012’

Islamabad:Punjab Chief Minister, Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has said that the holding of the first ‘Punjab Mango Festival 2012’ in the country will give access to mango growers and exporters to international markets and also help introduce other agri items of Punjab to the world. He said that in spite of ... Read More »

Nawaz Sharif is the most popular leader among overseas Pakistanis :Javaid Malik

Lahore:President Pakistan Muslim League (N) and former Prime Minister of Pakistan Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif continues to remain the most popular among overseas Pakistanis just like he is the most popular leader inside Pakistan. This was stated by Javed Malik, Advisor International Relations to the President PMLN, while speaking at ... Read More »

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