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  • Yemen govt, southern separatists sign power-sharing deal

    Yemen's internationally recognised government signed a power-sharing deal with southern separatists on Tuesday, in a Saudi-brokered initiative to end a conflict simmering within the country's civil war...

    The deal will reportedly see the secessionist Southern Transitional Council (STC) handed a number of ministries, and the government return to Aden, according to officials and reports in Saudi media...

  • SC asks NAB to probe alleged corruption in Punjab Institute of Cardiology

    The chief justice (CJP) while hearing a suo motu case against the Punjab Institute of Cardiology (PIC) said on Sunday that the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) would investigate alleged corruption in the organisation...

    The CJP lambasted Punjab government and PIC officials over the appointment of PIC board member Afzal Bhatti ? who also holds a post as the commissioner of the Overseas Pakistanis Commission Punjab ? asking how a...

  • With army assistance, security operation underway in southern Punjab

    RAWALPINDI/LAHORE: Security forces, with assistance from Pakistan Army, are conducting an operation against terrorists and hardcore criminals in areas of southern Punjab...

    "Coordinated operations are underway against terrorists, hardened criminals and ferraris by law enforcement agencies including Rangers, Punjab police, CTD , assisted by Pakistan army in southern Punjab", an Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) statement said on...

  • Multan metro project ‘kickbacks’: Punjab ‘ready’ to join probe into affairs of Chinese firm

    LAHORE: The Punjab government has said it is ready to join investigation the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) is conducting into the affairs of a Chinese company, Yabaite, allegedly involved in Multan metro bus project “kickbacks”...

    “The Multan bus project had been carried out by three contractors and none of them had any connection with the Yabaite...

  • Multan Metro Bus scandal: Faisal Subhan a suspicious character, says Punjab govt

    Punjab government spokesperson Malik Ahmed Khan on Tuesday dubbed Faisal Subhan, director of Capital Construction and Engineering Ltd a "suspicious character" in an interview to GeoNews' programme Geo Pakistan...

    Subhan, who is accused of involvement in corruption in the Multan Metro Bus Project (MMBP), recently went 'missing' after allegations surfaced that he had transferred money to the Punjab chief minister’s (CM) personal...

  • Punjab govt, UN sign MoU

    ISLAMABAD: The government of Punjab and the United Nations signed here on Thursday a memorandum of understanding to establish partnership for the involvement of Pakistani youths in the UN campaigns for its seventieth anniversary...

    The Punjab Minister for School Education, Higher Education, Youth Affairs, Sports, Archaeology and Tourism, Rana Mashhood Ahmad Khan and UN Director Vittorio Cammarota signed the MoU for enhancing...

  • 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

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

    On the occasion, the Al-Jalal Welfare Trust chairman Jalal Akbar Dar urged the Punjab government to officially declare Down’s Syndrome a disability, besides arranging separate classrooms and facilities at government institutions for the affected children...

  • ‘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...

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