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  • Woman reports rape in Gujar Khan

    ISLAMABAD: A 25-year-old woman on Sunday complained to the capital police that she was raped by three men in Gujar Khan...

    The complainant said she belonged to Gujar Khan but was currently living in the federal capital...

  • Terror bid foiled in Gujar Khan, suspected terrorists traced

    RAWALPINDI/GUJAR KHAN: A plan to attack a religious gathering on Saturday night was foiled by the police who seized 15kg of explosive material...

    Regional Police Officer (RPO) Mohammad Wasal Fakhar Sultan told Dawn a religious gathering organised by members of the Shia sect with close to 400 participants was underway in Dhoke Hayat Ali area of Gujar Khan when police officials patrolling the area on a motorbike spotted two suspicious...

  • Passengers ‘denied boarding’ for president’s rail ride

    LAHORE: A number of passengers could not board the Rawalpindi-bound Subakkharam Express (Rail Car) at the Lahore railway station on Thursday after the authorities allegedly detached a couple of coaches in a bid to facilitate President Mamnoon Hussain and his family travelling by a saloon and their security escort ...

    However, the Pakistan Railways denied the reports, stating that all passengers except 13 boarded the train without any...

  • Federal colleges lack boarding facilities

    ”The Islamabad Model College for Boys, F-10, does not have a hostel building while Model College for Boys H-9 has a building but it is used by the Pakistan Baitul Maal...

    He said, “It is very unfortunate that we have four boys’ colleges in the capital city but that none of them have boarding facilities for their students...

  • Independents likely to join ruling party camp in Gujar Khan

    GUJAR KHAN: The 19 councillor seats at the Gujar Khan municipal committee saw tough contests, resulting in the victory of nine PML-N candidates, seven independents, two PTI candidates and one PPP candidate...

    PML-N’s Sahahid Saraf is eyeing the office of chairman of the Gujar Khan municipality...

  • PTM leader Manzoor Pashteen prevented from boarding flight to Karachi

    Pashtun Tahaffuz Movement (PTM) leader Manzoor Ahmed, aka Manzoor Pashteen, was on Saturday refused a boarding pass by a private airline for a flight from Islamabad to Karachi, where his socio-political movement is scheduled to hold a rally on May 13...

    When Pashteen and his associates reached the Serene Air check-in counter, those accompanying him were issued boarding passes but Pashteen was denied the same on the grounds that his...

  • Japanese woman forced to take pregnancy test by Hong Kong airline before boarding US-bound flight

    A Hong Kong airline forced a Japanese woman to take a pregnancy test before allowing her on a flight to a Pacific island popular with mothers seeking United States citizenship for their babies...

    Midori Nishida, 25, was escorted to a public toilet at Hong Kong airport and told to urinate on a strip in November before being granted permission to board her Hong Kong Express flight to the US territory of Saipan
  • 19 relatives of 2 patients contract Covid-19 in Gujar Khan

    GUJAR KHAN/RAWALPINDI: Nineteen more relatives of two coronavirus patients tested positive in Gujar Khan after their test reports were released on Monday, Chief Executive Officer Health Rawalpindi Dr Sohail Chaudhry said...

    A woman, who had returned to Ferozaal village from France had tested positive and is still under treatment at a Rawalpindi hospital...

  • Authority set up to regulate private schools in Rawalpindi

    RAWALPINDI: The Punjab government has notified District Registration Authority (DRA) that will regulate private schools in Rawalpindi district...

    Deputy Commissioner Saifullah Dogar will be the chairman of the authority, District Education Authority Chief Executive Officer Azam Kashif secretary, and Naeemul Hassan Awan and Irfan Muzaffar Kiani representatives of the parents and private schools, respectively...

  • Parents turn to private schools as Chakwal district’s schools crumble

    While the Punjab government continues to construct new schools in the province, 33 schools have been abandoned in the Chakwal district, including the boys’ primary school in Thoha Humayun...

    Villagers and officials have given different reasons for the closure of these schools, but it is apparent that parents are fast losing their trust in public sector schools, and many prefer to send their children to private schools instead... ...

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