Traffic rules violation involved 400 VIPs

Advertisements ISLAMABAD: The last six months report over traffic violation said that 400 public figures, including legislators and armed forces officials are found neglecting the cardinal traffic rules such as breaking a red light, speeding, driving without a seat belt and using phone while driving. According to the officials, among them …

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All PhD, M Phil candidates fail in KU Business School test

None of the candidates, applied for further degree in M Phil and PhD at the University of Karachi Business School, could not qualify for their aptitude test. Mostly candidates passed their English test but could not achieved even passing marks in their field subjects. Total 78 candidates appeared in M …

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Punjab government to Educate the Militants

LAHORE:Punjab government has announced to establish an institution in which the outlaw militants will be trained to become useful citizens. The Punjab government has granted Rs240 million to built academies and institutions where scholars and ulemas belonging to different school of thoughts will deliver lectures in order to educate and …

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Pakistani received Nobel Peace Prize Certificate for his services in OPCW

Muhammad Ali has received Nobel Peace Prize Certificate for his work with 2013’s peace prize winners, the Organization for Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW). Muhammad Ali, currently working as the General Manager at the Pakistan Ordinance Factories, had been honored with the Nobel Peace Prize Certificate for the year 2013, …

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Pakistan protection bill 2014 approved in the House

ISLAMABAD: In the session held in National Assembly, a bill for the country’s survival has passed which receives a considerable number of votes from Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) while Jamat-i-Islami (JI) considers the bill to be against the Articles 8 and 10 of the constitution of Pakistan. Zahid Khan, the …

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King Khan reveices top French civilian award

Indian film actor Shahrukh Khan received France apex civilian award for his exceptional role for the cultural diversity around the world. French foreign minister Laurent Fabius presented the “Knight of the Legion of Honour” to the king of bollywood Shahrukh Khan at the Taj Mahal Palace hotel in India’s entertainment …

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CNG prices increased by Rs 5.36 per kg

To discourage use of compressed natural gas (CNG) in the vehicles, government has increased its prices by up to Rs 5.36 per kilogram (kg). The notification for raised prices was issued by the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) on Tuesday. A notification with an effect from July 1, issued …

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The religious extremism in the Muslim world

Washington: the increasing tendency of religious extremism in the Muslim world is considered to be the real threat, the current Pew research on the extremism. The report says that 66% people don’t like the extremists and want to emancipate themselves from the religious extremism which is declared as the real …

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China banned Ramazan fasting in Xinjiang for Uyghur

China has forbidden civil servants, students and teachers in Muslim Xinjiang region from keeping fast in Ramazan, government websites said, while a condemnation came from an exile group on Wednesday. China’s ruling Communist party has restricted fasting in Xinjiang, home to the mostly Muslim Uyghur minority. Numerous government departments posted …

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China allocates funds for the assessment of the prospective rail-link between Kashgar and Karachi

One of the government functionaries of Xinjiang, a province of China, has revealed that China has allocated funds for carrying out the initial research feasibility  of laying an internationally-standardized rail network between Kashgir, China’s city and the city of Pakistan, Karachi. Yuang Chauli, while addressing to an international seminar, entitled …

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Life time ban for everyone, says Broad

London: English all-rounder Stuart Broad suggests a life time ban should be imposed on all players who found guilty of match-fixing just like Lou Vincent. While talking to media after the revelation of New Zealand batsman Lou Vincent who has been given a life time ban after the confession that …

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Mubashir Lucman to be put behind the bars — Bailable arrest warrants released against ARY chief and Mubashir Lucman

Bailable arrest warrants against the Chief Executive, Salman Iqbal, and one of the hosts of ARY TV, Mubashir Lucman, have been issued out by the Islamabad High Court (IHC), on Tuesday, while giving hearing to the petition ,filed against the channel’s broadcasting of scandalous material against the Judiciary. Justice Shaukat …

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French ex-President Sarkozy detained over campaign funding

French ex-President Nicolas Sarkozy remains in custody for investigation about accused influencing of his promotion. Ex-President Sarkozy was held in custody on Tuesday morning near Paris in an unprecedented step against a former president. Mr Sarkozy was being questioned over suspiciously asking information from a judge about an investigation into …

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Iraq’s parliament session adjourned over clashes among legislators

 The first session of new parliament in Iraq, called on to establish new authority while the country is experiencing seizure by Sunni hardliners, was tumbled down into turmoil on Tuesday. Regardless of the concerns of world leaders and top clerics over Iraq current circumstances and their calls for alienated politicians …

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