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Colours of Punjab culture dominate Lok Mela
The colours of Punjab culture dominate the ongoing Lok Mela where maestro artisans and folk singers from all over the province are showing their skills.
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Rain expected in several areas of northern Pakistan
For news details visit : http://www.nation.com.pk/national/19-Apr-2014/rain-expected-in-several-areas-of-northern-pakistan For news details Read on : Rain expected in several areas of northern Pakistan Karachi- Scattered rain-thunderstorm lashed down yesterday on parts of KPK, Islamabad, Kashmir, Gilgit-Baltistan, most parts of Punjab and some ... (more)
Fri Apr 18, 2014
MQM protests against extra-judicial killings
ISLAMABAD: The activists and supporters of Muttahida Quami Movement's Islamabad and Rawalpindi chapter held a demonstration in front of the National Press Club against "enforced disappearances" and "extra-judicial killings" of party workers, as part of the party's nationwide protests.Holding placards and banners inscribed with slogans for the ... (more)
Islamabad police to use Google Map for security, crime control
ISLAMABAD: Police officials of twin cities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad have agreed to use the Google Map, defining patrolling points as well as beats and pickets, which will be monitored to ensure effective security and crime control, a spokesman for Islamabad Police said.
ConstanceTHE Electronic Highway is a Two-Way Street
The interests of the U.S. military-industrial complex appear to take precedence over U.S. national interests and human rights concerns, a recent transfer of fighter jets to Pakistan shows.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
For news details visit : http://www.nation.com.pk/islamabad/18-Apr-2014/art-attraction For news details Read on : Art attraction ISLAMABAD - Archeological remains at Taxila, Afghan refugee children, bustling markets of Rawalpindi and modernity of Islamabad are some of the inspirations portrayed by the artists through their works at an exhibition ... (more)
Case registered against 8 teachers on leakage of English paper
For news details visit : http://www.nation.com.pk/national/17-Apr-2014/case-registered-against-8-teachers-on-leakage-of-english-paper For news details Read on : Case registered against 8 teachers on leakage of English paper RAWALPINDI- Anti Corruption Department Rawalpindi has registered case against 8 teachers of Rawalpindi district for their ... (more)
Pakistan army assists polio vaccinators
AN Australian journalist is facing seven years in a Thai jail over an online report that alleged Thailand's navy was involved in people smuggling.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Police to use Google Maps for effective security
ISLAMABAD: Police officials of the twin cities have agreed to use Google Maps to define the patrolling points as well as the pickets in the city which would be monitored by the officials to ensure effective security.
16 MoUs inked at businesses moot for regional economic growth
ISLAMABAD: At the conclusion of the three-day Central Asian Business Opportunities Conference on Wednesday, some sixteen memoranda of understanding were signed among Pakistan, Afghanistan and Central Asian countries to promote regional trade and investment as a means to facilitate economic growth in the region.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Roots DHA1 holds graduation ceremony
ISLAMABAD: It was a glorious evening full of revere as the high achievers' of Roots School System DHA1 Flagship campus Islamabad got together to celebrate their outstanding success stories and accomplishments.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Nisar asks police to treat the twin cities as single entity
ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan has directed the police high-ups of Islamabad and Rawalpindi to treat the twin cities as a single entity for operational purposes and improve their coordination to provide better security to the residents.While chairing a joint high-level meeting of the senior officials on Monday, Nisar said that ... (more)
Rawalpindi: Two children found dead
Rawalpindi- Bodies of two children were recovered on the outskirts of Rawalpindi city today while another was found critically injured.
Hazardous kite-flying rampant in twin cities
The administration and police have failed to stop the practice of kite-flying in twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi, despite so many accidents and mishaps caused due to the metallic strings used by the kite-flyers.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Folk festival in full swing
The 10-day Lok Mela is in full swing at Shakarparian with all its festivities attracting the residents of twin cities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad in large number.
Rawalpindi Marriage Halls losing business
Rawalpindi- Marriage Halls in Rawalpindi are losing business due to the Shadi ordinance which forces owners to close their halls before 10 in the night.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Move against silica stone crushing factories
The Lahore High Court on Saturday was moved against emission of fatal silica powder by stone crushing factories in Punjab, causing serious mortal diseases to laborers.
Three weekly bazaars inPindi to be upgraded : April 13, 2014,
RAWALPINDI: The Punjab government has approved funds for the up-gradation of three weekly bazaars to model bazaars.
Coordinate efforts needed to eliminate dengue : April 13, 2014,
RAWALPINDI: Chances of breeding of dengue mosquitoes have increased due to unexpected high rainfall; therefore, all government departments should get ready to tackle disease according to their SOPs.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Pakistani Taliban plot with seminaries to assault capital: police
The Pakistani Taliban will coordinate with Islamist activists at major seminaries in or near the capital, Islamabad, to launch attacks if peace talks with the government fail, police said in a report obtained by Reuters.