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Qazafi Stadium will be load-shedding free during Azadi Cup : Jahangir Khanzada

Lahore : Provincial Minister for Sports & Youth Affairs, Jahangir Khanzada has said that arrival of World XI players in Lahore is a good omen for promoting sports in Punjab. He said that a warm welcome will be accorded to the guests in Lahore and foolproof security provided to them. ... Read More »

PM Nawaz Sharif orders minimum load-shedding during Ramzan

Lahore : Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif directed to ensure minimum load-shedding of electricity during the month of Ramzan. Chairing the meeting of Cabinet Committee on Energy (CCE) here, the Prime Minister expressed displeasure over the ongoing load-shedding schedule. The Prime Minister emphasized a proactive and solution-oriented approach by all line departments ... Read More »

Siraj ul Haq feel no relief in load shedding

Lahore : Ameer, Jamaat e Islami, Pakistan, Senator Sirajul Haq, has said that although the rulers were inaugurating power plants every other day, the masses did not feel any relief in load shedding. He was addressing notables in Samar Bagh during his visit on Monday. Siraj ul Haq said that ... Read More »

JI holds country wide demonstrations against load shedding

Lahore : Country wide demonstrations were held against oppressive and unscheduled load shedding of electricity on Friday on the appeal of the Ameer, Jamaat e Islami, Pakistan, Senator Sirajul Haq. Protest rallies were held in front of the offices of the power distribution companies in the federal capital, the provincial capitals ... Read More »

Prime Minister expresses displeasure over load-shedding schedule

Lahore : Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif on Friday expressed displeasure over load-shedding in the country and said responsibility must be fixed for inadequate planning in power management. “Anticipated planning has not been exercised by relevant ministries and their organizations, for which responsibility must be fixed,” the Prime Minister said ... Read More »

Jamaat e Islami will hold demonstrations against load shedding tomorrow

Lahore : The Jamaat e Islami will hold demonstrations against oppressive and unscheduled load shedding tomorrow all over the country. The demonstrations and protest rallies will be held in front of power producer companies. Ameer, JIP, Senator Siraj ul Haq, will lead the demonstration at Batkhela while JI Secretary General ... Read More »

Shahbaz Sharif should gift load-shedding to Modi: Ch Parvez Elahi

Lahore : Ch Parvez Elahi has said there is no electricity in Pakistan, Shehbaz Sharif should send load-shedding as gift to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, N-League government is relying on TV and newspapers to keep itself alive, practically their feet have been uprooted, both the brothers in their craze ... Read More »

Long hours of power loads shedding continue in rural area

Mandi Bahauddin (Sher Gondal) : Long hours of power loads shedding continue in rural area and that is badly affecting the farmers since their tube wells and grass cutter machines are operated with electricity. Younis Shahid resident of Miana Gondal, while talking to media said in rural area whole day ... Read More »

The load-shedding should be reduced by half : Ministry of Water and Power

Lahore : The Ministry of Water and Power has reduced duration of load-shedding by half in the country. According to a PM House statement, the Prime Minister said that the load-shedding should be reduced by half that is three hours urban and four hours rural from November 8 onward. However, in areas where majority ... Read More »

PAT to hold today countrywide protest rallies against load shedding

Lahore: The Central working committee of the Pakistan Awami Tehreek met here on Wednesday with its president Dr. Raheeq Ahmed Abbasi in the chair. It was decided in the meeting to start a country-wide campaign against the life threatening load shedding. It was decided that protest demonstrations and rallies will be ... Read More »

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