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  • Minister vows to unmask architects of anti-press law

    The draft of the Pakistan Print Media Regulatory Authority (PPMRA) Ordinance 2017, that attempted to regulate the print media by making it mandatory for newspapers to seek annual renewal of their licenses, had recently made headlines...

    Following the criticism, the information ministry suspended three officials for drafting the law and dropped it from the agenda of the Press Council of Pakistan’s (PCP) meeting on Sept 11...

  • Terror case registered against ‘architects’ of Sundar factory tragedy

    LAHORE: The Sundar police on Saturday registered a case against two architects, chief engineer and the owner of the ill-fated factory under Section 7 of the Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA) and murder attempt charges...

    Raiwind City ASP Muhammad Abdullah told Dawn that the case had been registered against architects Tahir and Munir, Engineer Hussain Ahmed Riaz and owner the late Ashraf on the complaint of District Officer Muhammad Azhar... ...

  • Architects of Sundar factory arrested

    LAHORE: Police claimed on Monday to have arrested two architects who were among the main nominated accused in Sundar Industrial Estate factory collapse case...

    The nominated accused include factory owner Rana Ashraf, building’s architects Tahir and Munir, structure engineers Ahmad Riaz and Muhammad HusainAt least 46 workers were killed and more than 103 injured when the roof of the four-storey Rajput Polyester Factory collapsed on Nov...

  • Architects team presents proposal for zoo’s uplift

    KARACHI: Maintaining the zoo’s heritage status but discarding the concept of caging animals forms the basis of the draft prepared by an eight-member team of professional architects who gave a presentation on their proposed design on Friday at the zoo, with officials manning the facility present...

  • Shunning the architects of hate

    Books are not very popular in Pakistan, and so there are fewer examples of an affection for Hitler in children’s books or bookstores...

    This, however, does not mean that Hitler, with his predilection for slaughtering innocent people, is altogether reviled in Pakistan...

  • Shunning the architects of hate

    Books are not very popular in Pakistan, and so there are fewer examples of an affection for Hitler in children’s books or bookstores...

    This, however, does not mean that Hitler, with his predilection for slaughtering innocent people, is altogether reviled in Pakistan...

  • Architects must lower the carbon footprint in ‘whatever they do’

    At the age of 79, Yasmeen Lari can finally see a 30-year-old dream come to fruition: that of being able to walk the almost 2-kilometre distance between the Karachi Port Trust to the inner city where the 133-year-old Denso Hall stands...

    She wants to see present-day Karachi as a modern city but one that is rooted in its past and displayed adequately through its heritage, parks, open spaces and with encroachments removed
  • KP bureaucrats using forest institute to serve own ends

    PESHAWAR: The Pakistan Forest Institute (PFI) has been turned into a grazing ground by bureaucracy, who seldom let lose a chance to milk the cow and oblige those at the helm of affairs...

    The country’s premier education and research institute has been functioning without a director general since 2011...

  • Down’s Syndrome institute inaugurated

    GUJRAT: The first-ever institution in Pakistan dedicated to well-being of children with Down’s Syndrome was inaugurated in Jhelum on Monday, March21 – the World Down’s Syndrome Day...

    The Al-Jalal Institute for Down’s Syndrome Special Children has been completed with the funds provided by Punjab government...

  • ‘Invalid’ degrees issued by private institute: Protesting students baton-charged

    A large number of students of the Indus International Institute, allegedly owned by federal communication minister Hafiz Abdul Karim, took out a rally and blocked the Dera-Quetta Road for traffic for some five hours...

    They were protesting against the institute’s administration for issuing them invalid degrees and transcripts, alleging they were awarded these documents which were not recognised by the Higher Education Commission...

  • GIK Institute organises awareness drive about breast cancer

    SWABI: Women Engineering Society (WES) of Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology (GIKI) ran an awareness campaign on Monday about breast cancer and its preventive measures...

    Led by WES president Sania Khushbakht Jamil the students from different disciplines of GIK Institute participated in the campaign...

  • Design, build, fly contest concludes at GIK Institute

    SWABI: A three-day design, build and fly competition concluded at the Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology here on Monday...

    The contest was organised by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), GIK Institute chapter, in collaboration with STEM Careers Programme, and Higher Education Commission...

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