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2 hrs ago | Daily Times
Staff Report ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad police on Wednesday arranged a photo exhibition depicting the various aspects of police activities, especially their role in the law and order situation, managing traffic affairs and contribution to rescue operations during any untoward situation.
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6 hrs ago | Times of Oman
Wielding sticks and a badass attitude, these gentlemen stalk the streets in search of prey.
10 hrs ago | Marine News
Another active week in the newbuilding market is reported in the latest Clarkson Hellas S&P Weekly Bulletin, as follows: Dry Bulk Carriers Starting with the larger sizes Hyundai Merchant Marine are understood by Clarkson Hellas to have placed an order for two firm 210,000 dwt Newcastlemax at Bohai, with delivery of both vessels due in early 2017.
12 hrs ago | Rediff.com
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15 hrs ago | Suria
Pakistani doctor Anita Zaidi, center, who heads the pediatrics department at the Aga Khan University, shows a project plan to her colleagues at a university in Karachi, Pakistan, Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013.
On the directions of the Punjab government, the Ludhiana Municipal Corporation has extended the date for filing property tax to December 31. The date was extended for a second time.
RAWALPINDI: Corruption is poison for development and stability of any country as it not only increases crime rate but also damages the economy.
Around 20 people were detained Tuesday in Indian-administered Kashmir while protesting on Human Rights Day against alleged abuses by security forces in the disputed territory, police and witnesses said.
Khalistani supporters had tried to slash the throat of the 78-year-old Lt Gen Brar in a revenge attack for Operation Blue Star on the streets of central London in 2012.
The industrial city, like Chandigarh, was fortunate enough to have a small Rock Garden created by Nek Chand almost 35 years back.
ISLAMABAD: The Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Company Limited has decided to suspend gas supply to the CNG stations in Punjab from today for an indefinite period.
The Asian Development Bank has decided to review a project involving rehabilitation and upgradation of Trimmu and Panjnad barrages next month before approving a $200 million loan for it.
KARACHI: The national database and registration authority has received 372 applications in the second phase of its kiosk-franchising project.
Several parts of Mohali have got a facelift ahead of the Progressive Punjab Investors' Summit to be held on December 9 and 10. Apart from stringent security arrangements being put in place, the roads and streetlights have been renovated and decorated in the last two weeks.
Suresh Tandon, vice-chairman of Punjab School Education Board addresses a gathering during a seminar in Ludhiana on Saturday.