Zaghum Naqvi

  • TISLAMABAD - Private-public partnership is essential for spreading education and reducing literacy ratio in the country, said Deputy speaker of National Assembly Faisal Karim Kundi Thursday while addressing the 5th degree-awarding ceremony of Hamdard University at Pakistan National Art Council ...

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  • TISLAMABAD - The skyrocketing inflation has crumbled the poor labourers that could be seen sitting idle almost at every chowk of the twin cities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad, waiting for labour from dawn to dusk. TheNation observed in a visit that poor 'daily wages' workers sitting leisure ...

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  • TISLAMABAD - Lal Masjid Action Committee (LMAC) on Friday staged a demonstration to mark one year of the Lal Masjid bloody operation and demanded early release of Maulana Abdul Aziz. Addressing the protesters gathering, Tariq Fazal Chaudary, Member National Assembly and leader of Pakistan Muslim ...

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  • TISLAMABAD - Lal Masjid Action Committee (LMAC) on Friday staged a demonstration to mark one year of the Lal Masjid bloody operation and demanded early release of Maulana Abdul Aziz. Addressing the protesters gathering, Tariq Fazal Chaudary, Member National Assembly and leader of Pakistan Muslim ...

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  • TISLAMABAD - The outskirts of Capital are observing more load-shedding schedules like the rest of Pakistani rural areas contrary to the government's announcement of adopting uniform policy. Incessant load-shedding is not only irritating the people in big cities but it has also become more painful ...

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  • TISLAMABAD - Students of the Jamia Hafsa and Jamia Faridia staged a protest demonstration in front of Lal Masjid here on Friday for the release of Maulana Abdul Aziz and reconstruction of Jamia Hafsa. Addressing the protesters, central leader of JUI-F Hafiz Hussain Ahmed said that the killing of ...

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  • TISLAMABAD - Prominent social worker and founder of Edhi Foundation Abdul Sattar Edhi Friday set up the charity collection camp here for the free food (lungar) of the Edhi centers. Talking to media persons at the Rawalpindi Islamabad Press Club (camp office), he said free food (lungar) has been ...

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  • TISLAMABAD- The prices of cigarette and mobile phones have augmented illicitly due to the increase in General Sale Tax (GST) in budget 2008-09, which by law would be implemented, if passed by the assembly, on first of July. In fiscal budget 2008-09, Finance Minister Syed Naveed Qamar had ...

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  • TISLAMABAD - High inflation rate has forced the primary school teachers to raise the voice in favour of their demands for increase in their salaries, allowances and equal rights in all provinces here on Tuesday. Pakistan Teachers United Front (PTUF) has announced to observe hunger strike till ...

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  • TISLAMABAD - Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) has closed its eyes over the professional beggars swarming in Noor Pur Shahan, where the five-days festivities of the annual Urs of Hazrat Shah Abdul Latif (RA), commonly known as 'Barri Imam', is in full swing. The ICT had launched anti-beggars ...

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  • TISLAMABAD- Brother of one Muhammad Essa, who had had a court marriage, sought help of President Musharraf, Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani and Sindh Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah to secure the life of married couple Ishaq and Sobia as some influential of the area were seeking to subject them to ...

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  • TISLAMABAD - The Capital Development Authority (CDA) and Midway Consortium decided to launch CNG buses on different routes of twin cities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad. It would make the transport system more effective and would also reduce the commuters rush on the bus stops The commuters were ...

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  • TISLAMABAD - The unchecked skyrocketing prices of daily commodities and insufficient salaries have forced the low-income employees to moonlight as taxi drivers to make both ends meet.  The recent increase in the prices of merchandise of daily use has pushed many under the line of poverty. ...

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