Monday , August 19 2019
Latest News
Home / Tag Archives: Okara

Tag Archives: Okara

Feed Subscription

Shahbaz Sharif inaugurated different projects in Okara

Lahore : Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif inaugurated different projects including hepatitis filter clinic, CT scan facility, incinerator and cardiac block in revamped DHQ hospital Okara on Tuesday. After the inauguration, he visited the newly established filter clinic, CT scan and test lab and asked the patients about the ... Read More »

Gujjar Dairies and Kashmir Diaries found guilty of mixing chemicals in Okara

Lahore : Provincial Minister for Food Bilal Yasin has ordered that Food Authority will monitor supply of milk to all major cities of Punjab. He said that those involved in mixing of chemicals and other unhygienic material in milk will be dealt with iron hand. The minister Food raided two ... Read More »

A journalist from Lahore killed in Depalpur,Okara

Lahore: Rana Waheed , journalist from Lahore has been killed in Depalpur,Okara. He was working with Daily Ausaf as a staff reporter and covered the Punjab Assembly. President Journalist Group Arshad Ansari has strongly condemned the brutal murder of Rana Waheed and demanded immediate arrest of the accused. Punjab assembly press gallery ... Read More »

Independent candidates from Okara and Bhakkar announce to join PML-N

Lahore: Hamza Shahbaz MNA has said that the decisions of selection of local bodies’ heads are being taken with consultation instead of drawing room. He said that people have given heavy mandate to Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif in local bodies elections and we will come up to their expectations ... Read More »

Motorway Police organized a Road Safety Workshop in Okara

Lahore: National Highways & Motorway Police has organized a Road Safety Workshop in Okara to create awareness on road/traffic discipline among masses.  A large number of people from civil society, DCO Qaiser Saleem , DPO Faisal Rana , Police Officers, Students, Teachers, Lawyers, Transporters, large number of citizens from all ... Read More »


Lahore: The heirs of the deceased Malik Muhammad Boota who was murdered in Okara, called on Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif here today. The Chief Minister assured the family of the deceased Malik Muhammad Boota that investigation into the murder case will be conducted on merit and demands of ... Read More »

Bilal Yasin visits to different wheat procurement centres of Okara, Sahiwal, Multan

Lahore: Provincial Minister for Food, Bilal Yasin has said that all phases from provision of gunny bags to farmers to procurement of wheat and payments are being monitored. He said that computerized system is working for transparency of all phases and avoiding from any irregularity and online system for addressing ... Read More »

PML-N Sialkot and PPP Okara’s leaders join PTI

Lahore: PML-N Sialkot and PPP Okara’s leaders have join Pakistan Tehrek-e-Insaf after meeting with its Punjab president Ijaz Ch. According to the media cell of the PTI,a large number of PML-N workers under the leadership of Ch Ghulam Murtaza have joined PTI entrusting its leadership. They said that Only Imran Khan ... Read More »

The farmers and the laboureres are facing great hardships in the Punjab: Siraj ul Haq

Lahore: Ameer, Jamaat e Islami, Pakistan, and Senator-elect, Sirajul Haq, has said that the development and prosperity of the country largely depended on the wellbeing of the farmers’ community comprising 70 per cent of the population. He was talking to a delegation of the tillers that called on him at ... Read More »

Shahbaz Sharif chairs meeting to improve the conditions of Railways station in Punjab

Lahore: Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif presided over a high level meeting at Islamabad today which discussed the matters regarding reconstruction of old railway stations, their up-gradation and promotion of trade activities near these stations. Federal Minister for Railways Kh. Saad Rafiq gave a briefing. Addressing the meeting, Shahbaz ... Read More »

Scroll To Top