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    Used Dining Table For Sale In Islamabad

  • The art of fine dining

    In 2014, for instance, Americans spent $7 billion on these products...

    Rated London’s best restaurant in 2014 and the best Indian restaurant in 2015, it has already picked up its first Michelin star despite having been around for a couple of years or so...

  • Simplicity and style make for a fine dining experience at Brown’s

    ISLAMABAD: In Brown’s, Islamabad may finally have a restaurant, outside of luxury hotels, where diners can have a fine dining experience, with the added benefit of not having to deal with complicated menus and difficult to pronounce dishes...

    The menu is one page, for now, so that diners do not have to look through pages of complicated dishes to make a choice, said restaurant manager Ahsan Baloch...

  • Jinnah Express dining car fire disrupts schedule

    LAHORE: The Karachi-bound Jinnah Express train’s dining car caught fire near the Harrapa railway station in Sahiwal on Tuesday, causing suspension of the rail traffic for hours on the main line-1 (ML-1) between Lahore-Khanewal sections...

    The passengers of Jinnah Express and those travelling by other trains that had to be stopped owing to the incident stranded for over four hours at various railway stations, an official source said......

  • No check on sale of guides used for cheating in exams

    PESHAWAR: Though banned, the pocket-sized guides used by matriculation and intermediate students to cheat in examinations are selling in the provincial capital without let or hindrance...

    He said the guides produced by different publishing houses were sold for Rs350, Rs550 and Rs650...

  • Sale of CNG in Islamabad prohibited for 10 hours a day

    ISLAMABAD: The sale of CNG as fuel has been prohibited for 10 hours a day from Thursday onwards due to the disruption in the supply of gas and to facilitate domestic consumers...

    The Islamabad deputy commissioner therefore put a restriction on the over 80 CNG stations in the city regarding the sall of CNG as fuel for the next two months...

  • Sale, purchase of animals in sectors on Islamabad banned

    ISLAMABAD: The capital administration has imposed a ban on selling, purchasing and movement of sacrificial animals in sectors, sources told Dawn...

    Although the Capital Development Authority (CDA) has designated an area in I-12 for the cattle market, certain sellers move to sectors with the objective to earning higher profits, the sources said...

  • Rs220m scheme in jeopardy as water table dips in Landi Kotal

    LANDI KOTAL: The Rs220 million scheme to supply water to Landi Kotal is in jeopardy as the survey conducted for exploration of water sources has revealed considerable depletion of underground water table and drying up of decades-old natural wells in the region due to prolonged dry spell...

    The political administration announced the scheme in May 2016 after getting an amount of Rs220 million from United States Agency for International...

  • Handbook on horticulture turns into coffee-table book

    The book, as its title suggests, is a practical guide to gardening, flower arranging, the preserving of fruits and vegetables, was originally published in 1970 and has been extensively revised and updated for this, the golden jubilee edition...

    This time it is a coffee-table book with colour photographs to enable easy identification of plants and concepts...

  • Opposition decides to table no-confidence motion against deputy speaker

    KARACHI: Three opposition parties on Monday decided to table a no-confidence motion in the Sindh Assembly against Deputy Speaker Syeda Shehla Raza for misusing her authority while chairing the assembly sessions to silence opposition lawmakers...

    She said she had been pointing out this issue for so long, but no one was paying any heed towards it...

  • UN chief wants Israelis and Palestinians back to table

    UNITED NATION: The United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon issued a dire warning on Tuesday saying “the prospects of a two-state solution in the Middle East were getting dimmer with potentially explosive consequences for the entire region”...

    In a statement he urged the international community to boost efforts at bringing ‘Israeli and Palestinian delegations back to the negotiating table”...

  • PTI to table resolution in PA

    LAHORE: Opposition leader in the Punjab Assembly and Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf leader Mahmoodur Rasheed has said his party will submit a condemnation resolution in the house against MQM chief Altaf Hussain’s provocative speech on Monday (today)...

    Speaking to different delegations at his office on Sunday, Mr Rasheed said the silence of PMl-N Punjab rulers over massive electricity loadshedding was criminal and they had lost their moral...
  • PM’s resignation demand: Opp to table resolution in PA

    LAHORE: Opposition parties in the Punjab Assembly have decided to attend assembly proceedings wearing black armbands and table a joint resolution demanding Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s resignation...

    He said a meeting with parliamentary leaders of all opposition parties in the Punjab Assembly had been called for today (Monday) ahead of the assembly session to plan a line of action...

  • New ‘medical regime’ for civil servants on the table

    LAHORE: Anti-stress measures and periodic medical checkups are being planned for civil servants in Punjab to avoid posting of the ill at demanding posts, and allow them to undergo proper treatment...

    According to official sources, one major step is to have restored the 15-day annual Rest and Recreation Leave for all officials, allowing them to pay attention to themselves...

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