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  • CNG outlet owners to protest tomorrow

    TOBA TEK SINGH: Owners of local CNG filling stations announced here on Tuesday staging a protest demonstration on May 7 in Faisalabad against the government for not restoring gas supply to their outlets...

    Addressing a press conference here on Tuesday, filling station owners association district president Rana Muhammad Khan and spokesman Haji Ashraf said gas supply was being denied to them for the last six months
  • Minor girl burnt alive in petrol outlet blaze

    BAHAWALPUR: A minor girl was burnt alive, while two persons suffered serious burns in a fire erupting at a petrol outlet that also gutted an oil tanker and seven shops at Adda Goth Mehrab on Bahawalpur –Ahmedpur East highway, about 30kms from here...

    According to Rescue 1122 and police sources, an oil-tanker was filling the reservoir of a small petrol outlet owned by Sabir when a fire broke out there...

  • Food outlet sealed

    LAHORE: A Punjab Food Authority team raided a food outlet in Faisal Town and arrested its owner after spotting unhygienic conditions on Friday...

    Its teams inspected different Ramzan Baazars and hotels in Lahore on Friday...

  • Labels moves outlet from residential premises

    Though inconvenient parking, typical of shopping plaza’s, and an unassuming entrance into the building makes it an unlikely first choice for a high end fashion outlet, the crackdown on commercial outlets in residential areas has seen smaller markets and empty markaz spaces blossom...

    The new Labels Islamabad outlet is no different...

  • Investigative journalism finds a new outlet: the stage

    KANSAS CITY (Missouri): The two uniformed jail guards argued angrily, cursed each other and then erupted into a nasty brawl with punches and furniture and bodies flying...

    As the fight ended and the guards skulked away to lick their wounds, a breathless audience of about 100 people looked on
  • PRA seals designer’s outlet

    LAHORE: An enforcement team of the Punjab Revenue Authority (PRA) sealed on Saturday renowned fashion designer Hassan Sheheryar Yasin’s (HSY) outlet on Ali Zeb Road in Gulberg-III after an FBR officer allegedly manhandled a monitoring official and a journalist...

    A day earlier, the PRA had deputed monitoring staff at the outlet after failing to receive tax returns from the designer...

  • Food authority’s ‘efficiency’ irks outlet managers

    LAHORE: The crackdown on restaurants, hotels, eateries, food outlets by the Punjab Food Authority (PFA) seems to have been intensified in the city particularly since the beginning of Ramazan...

    An official of another food outlet also complained against PFA officials for imposing heavy fines on them leading to even closure of one of his company’s branches in Faisal Town over a minor issue that could have been settled through a...

  • SC rejects pleas seeking review of verdict on Karachi commercial outlet

    ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court rejected on Thursday a set of petitions seeking review of its Dec 18, 2009, verdict which required pulling down of a huge commercial outlet built by a wholesale giant on 4...

    On March 17, 2011, the apex court had stayed the demolition of the outlet which was supposed to close its business in three months after the Dec 2009 judgment...

  • Another outlet for book lovers

    ISLAMABAD: The Oxford University Press (OUP) opened a new shop at the Centaurus Mall on Wednesday...

    The shop is the latest addition to OUP’s network of 18 bookshops across the country
  • Zakat: outlet for worthy causes

    The flow of funds from multi-billion charities to a few bigger institutions this Ramazan may be higher than last year despite their lacklustre donation collection campaigns...

    However money transfer in the form of zakat, sadqa and khairat seem to be stable, same as last year’s level of Rs150bn; according to an estimate
  • Cricket-loving city girls find handy playing outlet

    KARACHI: The famous Kokan Ground in the city’s Bahadurabad area being the venue for quite an intriguing cricketing contests saw on Sunday a three-day long event namely Khelo Kricket come to an end...

    It was the second edition of the tournament comprising seven teams which were divided into two groups with the winner being awarded a cash prize of Rs70,000 while other teams were given gifts, according to Khelo Kricket’s co-founder Hadeel...
  • Rawalpindi food outlet owners, city officials meet today

    RAWALPINDI: Against the backdrop of the Punjab government’s campaign against unhygienic food outlets, the business leaders have arranged a meeting of their (food outlets) owners and the City District Government Rawalpindi (CDGR) officials at the Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (RCCI) on Tuesday...

    The district coordination officer (DCO), Sajid Zafar Dall, assistant commissioner, Cantonment, Khalid Goraya and assistant...
  • 22 injured in LPG cylinder blasts at fast food outlet

    LAHORE: Twenty-two people were injured, four of them critically, in twin LPG cylinder blasts in the kitchen of a multinational food chain restaurant at Mustafa Town, Wahdat Road, on Tuesday...

    Saddar Division SP (Operations) Rizwan Gondal said two gas cylinders exploded in the kitchen of a newly-established fast food outlet branch and it caught fire...

  • Faisalabad loses another entertainment outlet

    FAISALABAD: The city has lost yet another place of entertainment — Nishat Cinema — now a theatre hall, as it has been sold and the new owner has started demolishing the decades old building reportedly to erect a plaza there...

    The cinema established decades ago had been screening Punjabi, Urdu and English movies and was later converted into theatre hall, showing stage dramas
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