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  • 1,500 of forest wood theft cases solved

    SAHIWAL: Around 1,500 of the 4,000 cases of forest wood theft have been solved in Vehari, Pakpattan and Sahiwal...

    It is learnt that most of these cases have been solved during the last 13 months due to proactive follow-up in courts by the forest department...

  • Five murder cases solved

    BAHAWALPUR: The district police claimed that different police stations have traced five cases of blind murders and arrested the culprits...

    Regional Police Officer Ehsan Sadiq on Saturday gave away cash prizes and commendation certificates to investigation team members that solved the murder cases...

  • 100pc of all high-profile murder cases solved: IGP Sindh

    ISLAMABAD: Inspector General Police (IGP) Sindh Ghulam Hyder Jamali while briefing a meeting of the Standing Committee on Interior on Monday said that 100 per cent of all high-profile murder cases ? including those of Parveen Rehman and Abbas Kumaili's son ? have been solved...

    He added that there has been a 98pc decline in cases of kidnapping for ransom and theft...

  • Consumer council, courts to start functioning in 10 months, SHC told

    KARACHI: After passing a law for the protection of consumers about three-and-a-half years ago, the provincial authorities finally came up on Wednesday to inform the Sindh High Court that a summary has been floated for the establishment of consumer protection councils and six consumer courts at the division level in the province...

    However, they further sought at least eight to 10 months for establishment and complete functioning of...

  • ‘People’s problems are better solved by local govts’

    This was said by MNA Romina Khurshid Alam of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), while speaking to participants at a seminar on ‘Local Bodies Elections and the Vote-Exchange: Implications for Democratic Decentralisation’, organised by Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI) on Friday...

    “Since the creation of Pakistan, the LG system has been used by military establishment to prolong their rule, and all the local bodies...

  • Kamal threatens to ‘paralyse’ Sindh govt if civic problems not solved

    Mr Kamal said this at a news conference held at the Karachi Press Club to launch a protest drive against the Pakistan Peoples Party-led Sindh government for what he called its incompetent, corrupt, undemocratic and biased governance that deprived the people of Sindh of basic civic facilities...

    Mr Kamal equally criticised the PPP-led Sindh government, his own former party, the Muttahida Qaumi Movement, its London-based founder Altaf...

  • Women councillors want city’s water, power problems solved

    KARACHI: Women members of the City Council have urged the government to resolve the issues of water and power in Karachi on a priority basis...

    Speaking at a press conference at the Karachi Press Club here on Friday, councillor Marium Qureshi said there was no water in the pipelines and no current in wires, which posed grave repercussions for the city if things didn’t improve soon
  • Rangers arrest photocopy shop owner for outing solved exam papers

    KARACHI: Rangers on Friday arrested a photocopy shop owner in Baldia Town and recovered copies of a solved Matric English exam paper from his store premises during a raid, said a statement issued by the paramilitary force...

    Copies of the solved exam papers were sold to students during their examinations for Rs2,500 to Rs3,000...

  • How Bajrangi Bhaijaan brought peace to the LoC and solved the Kashmir issue

    Also read: If there's a premiere for Bajrangi Bhaijaan I'll visit Pakistan: Salman KhanMostly characters who belong to the state or security apparatus, that is, on the side of the angels...

    But I did watch Bajrangi Bhaijaan out of interest in how he single-handedly ends conflict between India and Pakistan and sorts out the Kashmir question while he’s at it...

  • Energy crisis ‘too complex to be solved overnight’

    WASHINGTON: Pakistan needs to go beyond “crisis management” and look for a durable solution to its energy crisis, argues a new book on the subject...

    The book — Pakistan’s Interminable Energy Crisis: Is there a way out? — reminds the country’s policymakers that “the crisis is too complex to be solved overnight”...

  • Mystery over firing on coach ‘solved’ with arrest of policeman

    KARACHI: The mystery surrounding the gun attack on a passenger coach in Nazimabad on Monday morning that left at least three passengers wounded was solved later in the day with the arrest of a policeman on a complaint of the vehicle’s driver...

    Khowaja appreciated the performance of Karachi Central district police and announced a reward of Rs100,000 for the police team which ‘solved’ the case and arrested the suspect within a few...

  • Enforced disappearances issue to be solved: Mazari

    ISLAMABAD: Minister for Human Rights Dr Shireen Mazari on Monday claimed that she was working on solving enforced disappearances issue...

    Speaking to a delegation, led by Chairperson Defence of Human Rights and Public Service Trust Amina Masood Janjua, she said the government was determined to resolving this issue on priority basis
  • Dream of 'peaceful South Asia' can't be realised until Kashmir is solved, Qureshi tells Pompeo

    "The dream of a 'peaceful South Asia' of the US and Pakistan cannot be realised until the Kashmir dispute is resolved in accordance with United Nations resolutions and through a plebiscite of eight million Kashmiris," the FO quoted Qureshi as saying...

    Tensions between Pakistan and India had spiked after New Delhi revoked occupied Kashmir's special status in August last year...

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