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  • PMU set up for Orange Line metro train project execution rendered ‘non-functional’

    LAHORE: A Project Management Unit (PMU) which had been established to oversee the implementation of the Lahore Orange Line Metro Train scheme has virtually become non-functional after all of its key staff members, including the project coordinator and four progress officers, have either resigned or their contract period that ended on Aug 31 was not extended...

    The PMU was established on the directives of the last PML-N’s Punjab...

  • Centre turns down Punjab’s requisition for six Police Service of Pakistan officers

    LAHORE: After rejecting the Punjab police chief’s request for cancellation of orders to transfer four senior police officers posted in the province to the Centre, the Establishment Division, Islamabad, has also turned down the requisition Mr Shoaib Dastagir sent for six police officers needed by the province...

    The Punjab IGP had recently sent a requisition for six officers of Police Service of Pakistan (PSP) serving in other...

  • Punjab govt reaches out to Indian Punjab on smog issue

    LAHORE: The Punjab government has weighed in the issue of crop stubble burning, urging Indian Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh to ban the practice that is behind the pollution crisis affecting large parts of both the countries...

    Much of north India and adjoining districts of Pakistan have been enveloped by a thick haze for more than a week...

  • Punjab budget 2017-18: Punjab to raise funds from capital market

    Punjab is expected to become the first province to directly borrow Rs25 billion from domestic debt markets by selling bonds, during the next financial year...

    The provincial securities are to be issued with the help of the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) and will be classified in two categories: Punjab Treasury Bills (PTBs), and Punjab Savings and Investment Bonds (PSIBs)...

  • From Punjab to Punjab: a tribute to my grandfather

    I grew up knowing Pakistan at three levels; first, through my dadu’s narrations as his hometown; second, through the lens of diplomacy, as the arch-enemy of my homeland...

    However, after my own visit in 2012, my impression of Pakistan evolved as a blend of both and I understand now that within the two enemy states, there are two Punjabs united by a common past and pain of partition...

  • Punjab CM did not influence Pakpattan DPO's transfer: IG Punjab's report

    Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar was only acting as a mediator and did not attempt to influence the police amidst the Pakpattan controversy that eventually led to the transfer of District Police Officer (DPO) Rizwan Gondal, former Punjab Inspector General of Police (IGP) Syed Kaleem Imam told the Supreme Court in his inquiry report on Wednesday...

    The report, submitted in the apex court today, stated that the chief minister had...

  • PUNJAB BUDGET 2019-20: Punjab’s social sectors get lion’s share in Rs350bn ADP

    LAHORE: The PTI’s Punjab government on Friday announced its second budget improving the allocation for Annual Development Programme (ADP) 2019-20 to Rs350 billion from Rs238bn in the outgoing fiscal year...

    Presenting the budget in the Punjab Assembly on Friday, Finance Minister Hashim Jawan Bakht said keeping in view of PTI’s stated priorities of social protection, human development and regional equalisation, a sum of Rs125bn, or...

  • Punjab police homicide unit: Reforming the criminal justice system

    LAHORE: Pakistan's first specialised homicide investigation unit launched by Punjab police last month comprises a 478-strong unit which pairs veterans with university graduates who have had an extra year of training in forensics, report writing and interrogation...

    Reforming the crumbling criminal justice system and the cash-starved, poorly-trained police force is vital to stability in the country...

  • Data collected through geofencing, Punjab police approached to help arrest ‘knifeman’

    KARACHI: The Sindh police stepped up their efforts to arrest the “lone knifeman” attacking women in Gulistan-i-Jauhar and Gulshan-i-Iqbal as the investigators on Saturday collected data through geofencing at nine different spots of the two towns and acquired details from their counterparts in Punjab who tracked down culprits in almost the same case some two years ago in Sahiwal, officials said...

    The points selected by the...

  • 408 new sub-inspectors join Punjab police

    RAWALPINDI: Mohammad Nadeem, a gold medalist law graduate, worked as a labourer in Muzaffargarh till last year when he joined the Punjab police as a sub-inspector after passing the provincial competitive exam...

    On Monday, as Nadeem completed his nine-month training at the Police College Sihala along with 407 others, Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif appreciated his hard work and determination to serve the nation by joining the police... ...

  • Punjab police building team to solve murder cases

    LAHORE: The Punjab police have shortlisted more than 2,000 “brilliant homicide investigation officers” (IOs) -- inspectors and sub-inspectors -- to solve murder cases after clearance from the Special Branch about their spotless career...

    The Punjab police had selected and dispatched a list of police officers to the Special Branch on the basis of integrity, excellent investigative skills, knowledge of criminal law and prosecution,...

  • Punjab police reluctant to shift suspected ‘knifeman’ to Sindh

    KARACHI: The investigations into multiple cases of knife attacks on women in the city’s Gulistan-i-Jauhar and Gulshan-i-Iqbal areas hit a snag just a day after the arrest of the perceived prime suspect in Mandi Bahauddin as the Punjab police refused to shift him to Karachi and offered only “limited access” to Sindh police officials to question him for over a dozen cases of similar nature, officials and sources said on Monday...

    The...

  • Model Town tragedy: Justice Najafi report points fingers at Rana Sanaullah, Punjab Police

    Following a Lahore High Court (LHC) directive to make Justice Baqar Najafi's report — compiled after a judicial inquiry into the 2014 Model Town incident — available for public consumption, the Punjab government on Tuesday evening released the report through the website of its public relations directorate...

    It is also understandable why its publication was preceded by a lengthy press conference by Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah...

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