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Sindh government declares a day of mourning for Asma Jahangir

Lahore : Sindh government has declared February 12 , a day of mourning for Asma Jahangir. A notification has been issued in this regard. It is notified that in recognition of the services rendered by Asma Jahangir for Human Rights and Democracy , Chief Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah ... Read More »

Please pay dues of 31 billions;K-Electric requests to Sindh Government

Lahore: K-Electric (KE) has sent a letter to the Chief Minister of Sind, Members of the Ministry of Water & Power & Members of the Government of Sind in which the company has appealed that the Sind Government should clear KWSB’s dues as per the understanding between KE members and ... Read More »

Sindh government has imposed a ban on the wheat flow towards Punjab

Lahore: The Provincial Minister Food Bilal Yasin  said that arrival of fresh crop has been delayed in the Punjab because of rainy/cloudy season while Sindh government has imposed a ban on the movement of wheat flow towards Punjab. Therefore, wheat in the open market is not available. The gap is being ... Read More »

Federal Government did not pay a penny for Thar affectees

Lahore: Provincial minister sindh Sharjeel Memon has said that federal government has not paid a single penny for the affectees of the Thar. According to media reports,while talking to the newsmen Sharjeel Memon said that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif had announced one billion Rs relief amount but Sindh government yet ... Read More »

Shahbaz Sharif offers cooperation to Sindh government to control dengue

Lahore: Punjab Chief Minister, Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has offered cooperation to Sindh government to control dengue. He said that Punjab government is ready to extend all out cooperation to Sind government for the eradication of dengue in Karachi and medical experts, doctors and para-medical staff can also be sent to ... Read More »

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