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Sirajul Haq demands the establishment of an international women university

Lahore : Ameer, Jamaat e Islami, Pakistan, Senator Sirajul Haq, has said that the nation which had been looking for a new horizon with every change of government for the last seventy one years had been deceived by all the rulers in the past. Addressing a convention of the JI ... Read More »

DASB demanded at Mandi Bahauddin

Mandi Bahauddin: Due to non-existence of armed services board, Mandi Bahauddin ex-servicemen are suffering great hardships in getting their pension related and other welfare problems solved. This was said by District President Pakistan Ex-Servicemen Society Major retired Sher Muhammad Gondal while addressing a press conference held the other day at ... Read More »

Dr Ramesh demands Special Task Force for the protection of Non-Muslims

Lahore : Patron-in-chief of Pakistan Hindu Council and Member National Assembly Dr Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, while strongly condemning the brutal assassination of  local Hindu trader Kumar in broad day light in Quetta, has said that from the day of creation of Pakistan, Hindu business community is playing pivotal role in ... Read More »

Steps demanded to combat climate change

Lahore : The Pakistan Economy Watch (PEW) on Sunday demanded serious steps to combat threat of climate change which is poised to damage economy and hurt millions of people. Climate change has become a great threat but concerned authorities seems not keen about it, said Dr. Murtaza Mughal, President PEW. ... Read More »

Small traders have demanded upgradation of ports to improve maritime trade

Lahore: Small traders have demanded upgradation of ports in Pakistan to improve maritime trade, reduce cost of imports and exports, reap benefits of Pak-China Economic Corridor and streamline LNG imports. Ports should see major transformation Pakistan cannot handle the huge LNG vessels of QatarGas called Q-Max and Q-Flex therefore country ... Read More »

“hungry lion” is squeezing poor masses’ blood through price-hike: Ch Sarwar

Lahore: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf Punjab Organiser Chaudhary Muhammad Sarwar has said the rulers’ “hungry lion” is squeezing poor masses’ blood through price-hike. He said Punjab had won the “first position” in “bad governance” across Pakistan as it is being governed by the jungle law, where nobody’s life, property and honour is protected. ... Read More »

Single digit sales tax demanded to spur growth

Lahore: Chairman of the United International Group Mian Shahid on Sunday asked the government to enforce single digit sales tax to spur economic growth. Single digit sales tax have a very positive impact on the overall business environment and settle issue of refund claims and input taxes while reducing complaints regarding ... Read More »

Terrorists hit where it hurt the most: Aitzaz Ahsan

Lahore: PPP leader Aitzaz Ahsan has demanded joint session of Parliament over Peshawar carnage,he has the view that the  terrorists hit where it hurt the most. Aitzaz Ahsan said the murder of innocent children is unacceptable and we should turn such time of grief into strength.Peace, Cooperation Treaty Agreement with Afghanistan ... Read More »

Pakistan Hindu Council demands establishment of a Committee for Interfaith Harmony

Karachi : Patron-in-chief of  Pakistan Hindu Council and Member National Assembly, Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani has proposed establishment of an active committee at federal level under Prime Minister of Pakistan Mian Mohammad Nawaz Sharif  to prevent increased atrocities against minorities, to ensure formation of a violence-free society and to promote ... Read More »

Imran Khan announces Tsunami March towards Islamabad

Lahore:Pakistan Tehrek -e-Insaf has decided to hold Tsunami march towards Islamabad if govt would not announce interim set-up with the consultation of all the political parties including PTI. This decision has been taken in a urgent party meeting that was held after the political changes and the Supreme Court orders ... Read More »

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