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  • Policeman shoots, injures Karachi doctor allegedly after being denied sleeping pills

    A policeman shot and injured a doctor at the National Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases (NICVD) in Karachi late on Wednesday night allegedly over not being prescribed sleeping pills...

    Police said that initial investigation reports suggested that the police constable, who was posted at CTD Civil Lines, shot and injured Dr Fahad Hussain in the emergency ward of the hospital over not getting sleeping pills the previous night by...

  • Is FPSC sleeping?

    I HAVE been trying to call FPSC UAN on 051 111 000 248 and 051 9205075 for a month but in vain as nobody answers my calls...

    I request FPSC authorities to look into the matter as soon as possible and inform candidates how to seek information, as calling them at the above-mentioned numbers is useless
  • Sleeping giants India ‘sink to new low’

    India, once hailed the sleeping giants of football by FIFA president Sepp Blatter, were outclassed by the Pacific island minnows on Tuesday night...

    “India have been in a free fall for a while now with the last away win in an Asian or World qualifier coming in 2001,” the paper said, referring to defeats by minnows Maldives, Bangladesh, Pakistan and Fiji in recent years...

  • Show-cause notice given to pilot ‘for sleeping on duty'

    KARACHI: The Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has issued a show-cause notice to one of its senior pilots, Amir Hashmi, for “compromising safety of passengers and aircraft” by allegedly taking a nap during a flight after leaving the plane in the care of a trainee pilot, according to sources...

    “The above act on your part constitutes misconduct under the following clauses of the Section II, Regulation 75 of the PIA Employees...

  • Sleeping on the job

    Both the military high command and the civilian leadership immediately referred to the bombing as a foreign conspiracy against the country’s prosperity, especially associated with the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor...

    Why has the interior minister kept Nacta under him despite the legal requirement that it be placed under the prime minister as in the case of the NSA and national security division? Why has the Nacta head not been...

  • Two sleeping men shot dead in their house

    SUKKUR: Two persons were killed and another one was wounded when a group of armed men stormed a house in Azeem Bijarani village near Karampur town of Kandhkot-Kashmore district on Sunday night...

    The deceased victims were identified as Qurban Jafferi and Ali Baig Jafferi and the wounded victim as Yaseen Jafferi
  • Thousands of Ecstasy pills seized

    ISLAMABAD: The Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) conducted a raid at a hotel in the capital and seized Psychotropic drugs worth millions and arrested four men...

    According to the ANF, during the raid, 6,943 ‘Ecstasy’ pills were found in possession of four men who were staying in a hotel...

  • Why you should avoid popping pills in the long term

    I would find myself casually popping pills here and there for a cold, a headache or stomach cramps, never once stopping to read the ingredient label...

    For example, a popular anti-depressant drug called Cipralex lists side effects such as abnormal dreams, difficulty in concentrating, emotional indifference, hallucinations, headaches, overactive behaviours or thoughts, and restlessness...

  • Pills that kill

    This is not an old problem in Pakistan...

    Many will remember the catastrophic debacle that took place at the Punjab Institute of Cardiology (PIC) in January 2012, when at least 100 cardiac patients at the institute died because they had been administered wrongly constituted anti-hypertensive medications...

  • Indian Air Force pilots popping pills to 'heighten alertness'

    Modafinil and Zolpidem, nicknamed ‘Go/No-Go’ pills respectively, are used to first increase adrenaline and wakefulness, then counteract with sedation for recovery until the next mission...

    Read: Indian Air Force faces risk as Pakistan, China modernise: reportHandling highly stressful situations becomes more difficult when sleep-deprivation and fatigue come into play, and can negatively affect decision-making ability...

  • ‘Feminist drone’ delivers abortion pills to Poland

    WARSAW: Feminist activists on Saturday sent a drone from Germany to Poland carrying abortion pills to highlight the staunchly Catholic country’s restrictive abortion laws...

    The pills are not available in Poland and Jula Gaweda of the feminist organisation Feminoteka said that two Polish women — who were not pregnant — swallowed them as part of the “symbolic” stunt organised by Dutch pro-choice campaign group Women on Waves...

  • 11m ‘Syria war drug’ pills seized in Turkey

    ISTANBUL: The Turkish authorities have seized close to the Syrian border a record haul of almost 11 million pills of the synthetic stimulant drug captagon which is believed to play a crucial part in Syria’s civil war, reports said on Friday...

    Anti-narcotics police confiscated over 10...

  • Pakistan passes anti-honour killings and anti-rape bills

    ISLAMABAD: A joint session of the Parliament unanimously approved anti-honour killing and anti-rape bills moved by PPP Senator Farhatullah Babar on Thursday...

    Before moving the Anti-Rape Bill, Babar informed the joint session: "The bill will prove to be effective in curbing rape cases across the country...

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