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Eid vacations will be begun from October 6

Advertisements ISLAMABAD: The federal government has accounted the schedule of vacations for Eid ul Azha which said that vacations will officially be started from 6th of October till 8. The notification issued by Interior Ministry which said that public holiday will be from October 6 Monday to October 8 Wednesday. …

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Bilawal asks apology to party workers for inexplicable gaffes

KARACHI: The PPP young chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari excused to his party’s disunite workers on Sunday and requested them to review their verdict to join other parties. He expressed that being a democratic party the PPP welcomed differences of opinion, complementing that the best way for workers was to attend …

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Polio drive to be launched today

LAHORE: A three day polio campaign starts from Monday September 29 across the country including Punjab. According to a spokesman for the Punjab Health Department, the total number of target children in the province was over 17.5m while the number of union councils where campaign was being held was 3,511. …

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FIR against PM Nawaz and 10 others to be registered: Court

ISLAMABAD: An additional sessions judge has ordered the Secretariat police to register a case against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and 10 others while disposing of a petition filed by Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) over the alleged killing of three political activists on August 30. The party had approached the Secretariat police …

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Pakistan conducted successful test of Hatf-IX

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Friday successfully test-fires Hatf-IX (Nasr), a short-range surface-to-surface missile, as stated Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) in a press release. The test-fire was conducted with successive launches of 4x Missiles from a state of the art multi-tube launcher with salvo mode. Nasr, with a range of 60 kilometers …

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“Gullu” emerged as a new term and expected to be included in Oxford Dictionary

Whenever there is any incident of stoning upon political gathering and whenever there is a vandalizing of vehicles of those having political perspective; the act of usurping the official buildings including state TV headquarter, the hands behind all such practice will be considered in the terms of “Gullu Butt”. Gullu …

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ECP abnegates incriminating post-election report

ISLAMABAD: The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) rejecting its own statement has disowned post-election report which it posted on its official website. In a statement issued on Tuesday, the ECP asserted that the Post-Election Review Report on the General Elections 2013 was not an ECP-sanctioned report, but a summary of …

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Characterized with latest equipment, Air-force is ready to defend the country: CAS Rahir Rafique

RISALPUR: The Chief of Air Staff (CAS) Chief Marshal Tahir Rafique Butt has said that air-force, packed with modern paraphernalia, is every ready to defend the country. He said that these cadets have got highly standardized training and now they are under a big responsibility. “Air strength is getting more …

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OPV is not given to 149 polio victims in 2014

PESHAWAR: Rejection by parents to get oral polio vaccine (OPV) administered to their children has been hampering global polio abolition efforts as 149 of total 166 polio-affected children recorded in 2014 so far are those who have not received polio drops, according to data. 166 polio cases have been reported …

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Chinese president will visit Pakistan very soon

ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office (FO) said on Thursday that Chinese President Xi Jinping will visit soon. Talking to media correspondents, FO spokesperson Tasneem Aslam said Jinpings vist to India will not have any bearing on Pak-China relations. “The visit of the Chinese president to India will not affect Pak-China ties …

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Pakistani journalist succeeded to win Rajiv Gandhi award

NEW DELHI: Reema Abbasi, the journalist and author of the book, ‘Historic Temples in Pakistan: A Call to conscience’, has been laureate with the best literary personality of the year at the Fifth Rajiv Gandhi Excellence Awards held in New Delhi. The massive attended occasion was arranged by Pehchaan, an …

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Rare bongo antelope born in Woburn Safari Park

Critically endangered species’ birth of twin East African bongo antelopes is”fantastic news” as said by conservatisms. The female calves, born at Woburn Safari Park, Bedfordshire, are seen as “vitally important” to the European Endangered Species Programmed (EEP). The pair was born to nine-year-old Millie, in the reserve’s 14-acre woodland habitat. …

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Conquered by many, but Italian mountaineer reached the summit of K2 without oxygen reserves

ISLAMABAD: Tamar Lunger, one of the seven women on a K2-climbing task, conquered the 8,611 meters high mountain on July 26 without any oxygen reserve. It had been her dream since she was 15 to climb more than 8,000 meters peak. “I guess one of the reasons why I chose …

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Plea accepted to block ‘blasphemous’ tweet in Pakistan

WASHINGTON: An official from Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) had requested to block the tweets containing blasphemous content which was accepted by the micro-blogging website, Twitter. According to a report published in The New York Times, the five requests made by PTA’s Abdul Batin in which he urged Twitter to censor …

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