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Shahbaz Sharif noticed unlawful annual increase in the fee

Lahore : Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has constituted a special committee to address the complaints regarding unlawful annual increase in the tuition fee by some of the elite schools which has been managed by the private sector in the province. The special committee headed by Additional Chief Secretary ... Read More »

Nawaz Sharif takes notice of sudden increase in eatables’ prices

Lahore : Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif Sunday took notice of the extraordinary increase in the prices of the eatables, according to the PTV. The prime minister took notice following the concerns of consumers  over the sudden price hike of the daily eatable items. Read More »

PML-Q raises voice against increase in gas prices

Lahore : Pakistan Muslim League Senator Kamil Ali Agha has submitted an adjournment motion in the Senate against increase in gas prices for its stoppage. In the adjournment motion submitted by Senator Kamil Ali Agha, it has been stated that entire national press has published the news about 36 per ... Read More »

Nawaz Sharif turns down OGRA summary for the increase of petroleum prices

Lahore : Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif has turned down an increase in fuel prices proposed by Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA), said minister for Finance, Muhammad Ishaq Dar in a video release here Friday. He said OGRA had recommended to increase the prices of 4 out of 5 ... Read More »

The incumbent rulers are responsible for 356 per cent increase in medicine prices :Dr Yasmin Rashid

Lahore: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman’s advisor Dr Yasmin Rashid has said the allocation of mere 0.7 per cent of GDP on health facilities has stamped rulers’ anti-poor policies. On the other hand, she said, the unbridled 356 per cent increase in medicine prices had also exposed incumbent rulers’ senselessness towards masses. ... Read More »

Crime rate increase in Mandi Bahauddin

Mandi Bahauddin(Sher Gondal):  Overall crime in this district has increased in month of January as compared to the previous month December 2015. District police in January registered 4 murders, 6 attempt to murder, 20 kidnapping, 34 theft, and 3 robbery cases taking place in different police stations. Increasing number of ... Read More »

ACS reviews proposals regarding increase in quota for Balochistan students

Lahore: Additional Chief Secretary Shumail Ahmad Khawaja on Monday chaired a meeting to review proposals regarding increase in quota for Balochistan students in educational institutes in Punjab. Addressing the meeting held at Civil Secretariat, the Additional Chief Secretary said that progress and prosperity is not possible without promotion of quality ... Read More »

Dr Faisal Masud to ascertain the causes of increase in dengue virus in Rawalpindi

Lahore: Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has constituted an inquiry committee for ascertaining the causes of increase in dengue virus in Rawalpindi. The committee will also investigate with regard to negligence in the steps taken for anti-dengue in Rawalpindi and fix the responsibility and submit the report to the ... Read More »

PU Syndicate decides to increase honorarium of hostel wardens and superintendents

Lahore: Punjab University Syndicate in its 1712th meeting presided over by PU VC Dr Mujahid Kamran approved annual increments, efficiency-based increments and honorarium for teachers on Tenure Track System here on Tuesday. On the demand of PU Academic Staff Association, the Syndicate decided to increase honorarium of hostel wardens and ... Read More »

CM rejects increase in flour price

Lahore: Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif while strongly rejecting the proposal of a few rupees increase in the prices of flour bags of various brands and weight by Food Department due to new packing of flour said that he will not allow increase of even a single penny in ... Read More »

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