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  • Parties threaten legal battle as ECP schedules LG polls

    ISLAMABAD: No law exists for the local government in Islamabad, yet the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) announced on Tuesday a schedule for holding the first-ever local government election in the federal capital on July 25...

    But the ECP did so because it finds itself caught between the Supreme Court’s orders to schedule the election, pending the framing of the law, and the political government’s failure to pass the law, which the...
  • PIA schedules 23 flights for Pakistanis stranded abroad

    The special flights will operate from Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore, Multan, Faisalabad and Peshawar, although international flight operation has not been restarted fully...

    Another PIA flight PK-701 will take off from Islamabad for Manchester, PK-785 from Islamabad for Heathrow, and PIA flight PK-203 from Lahore for Dubai...

  • Jail opens in Narowal

    NAROWAL: Prisoners from Sialkot Central Jail have been shifted to the newly constructed district jail in Narowal...

    Prior to the construction of the building, prisoners were brought from Sialkot central jail to produce them before courts at Narowal, Shakargarh and Zafarwal...

  • Broken roads of Narowal city

    NAROWAL: The Narowal Tehsil Administration (TMA) lacks funds to repair roads and lift garbage from streets and roads...

    Narowal TMO Abdul Sattar said the TMA needed about 300 sanitary workers and other resources to keep the city clean...

  • Prevalence of renal failure in Narowal tehsils

    NAROWAL: Most of renal failure patients who get free dialysis at the District Headquarters (DHQ) Hospital, Narowal, belong to Shakargarh tehsil and doctors blame poor quality of potable water and presence of too many quacks for their sufferings...

    He is thankful to the government for the free treatment facility as before coming to the centre, he says, he had spent hundreds of thousands of rupees to get treatment from public and...

  • Two years on, classes yet to begin at Narowal girls school

    NAROWAL: The Govt Girls Elementary School lacks electricity, clean drinking water and a boundary wall, while locals tether their donkeys in classrooms...

    Federal Minister for Planning and Development Ahsan Iqbal had ordered to upgrade the school in Dhan Wadday to elementary level in order to provide better educational facilities for girls in his constituency of NA-117 Narowal 3...

  • Narowal railway station gets new look

    NAROWAL: The railway station of Narowal is being revamped by the consultants of the National Engineering Services of Pakistan (Nespak) at a cost of Rs539 million and will be completed by August this year...

    The covered area of the Narowal Railway Station is 59,046 sq ft...

  • President inaugurates sports city in Narowal

    NAROWAL: President Mamnoon Hussain on Sunday said the country sacrificed 70,000 lives to put an end to terrorism...

    Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal also spoke on the occasion, and thanked the president for visiting his hometown of Narowal...

  • Ahsan Iqbal fired at, injured at Narowal rally: reports

    Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal was reportedly injured on Sunday when an unidentified assailant opened fire at him at a political gathering in Narowal, DawnNewsTV reported...

    The interior minister has been rushed to District Headquarters (DHQ) Hospital in Narowal, where his condition is said to be out of danger...

  • Narowal haveli has nothing to do with Baba Guru Nanak

    LAHORE: A building in Bathanwala village in Narowal with pictures of Baba Guru Nanak on some of its walls is not a shrine or sacred Sikh place where Guru Nanak stayed...

    See: ‘Historical Guru Nanak palace’ partially demolished by locals in Narowal“The people who occupied the haveli at the time of my visit told me that it was built by Maharaja Ranjit Singh for a relative of one of Singh’s three wives belonging to that area,” says Mr...

  • Thousands of textbooks found dumped in govt school classroom in Narowal

    NAROWAL: Thousands of books published by the Punjab Curriculum and Textbook Board have been found rotting in a government school owing to the alleged negligence and incompetence of the District Educational Authority, wasting hundreds of thousands of rupees of the provincial government...

    The Punjab government had provided thousands of free textbooks to the Govt High School Narowal for the students of classes VI to X at the beginning...

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