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Cash distributed among earthquake victims in Buner

Abid Buneri BUNER: The additional assistant commissioner Adalat Khan, tehsildar Gadezi Abdul Qayum on Wednesday distributed rupees 0.2 million and 0.1 million cheques among earthquake affected families at Daggar. On the occasion AADC and Tehsildar ... Frontier Post, 2 weeks ago
The Nation Pakistan

FBR asked to remove unnecessary, fake NTNs from its record

LAHORE Federal Tax Ombudsman Abdul Rauf Ch has directed the FBR chairman to direct the field officers to remove unnecessary and fake NTNs from its record. Moreover, the Chief Commissioner concerned was also directed to de-register the ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 days ago
Pakistan Observer

Mountain Inn damaged by earthquake

CHITRAL (APP): The recent earthquake not only took lives of 33 people of Chitral by destroying thousands of houses, but it also damaged historical Mountain Inn building, constructed in early 60s. Haider Ali Shah, owner of the building, said that ...
 Frontier Post1 week ago Quake damaged historic building of Mountain Inn  Pakistan Observer1 week ago

22 militants killed in Sar-i-Pul

AT-KABUL : As many as 22 Taliban militants have been killed and nearly 30 others injured in an operation by security forces in northern Sar-i-Pul province, said official sources on Tuesday. Provincial Police Chief, Abdul Qayum Baqizai, said that ...
 Afghanistan Times1 week ago
DAWN Group

Faiz's death anniversary observed

TAXILA: The life and works of poet Faiz Ahmed Faiz were celebrated ahead of his 31st death anniversary on November 20 at a conference hosted by the literary organization Fanoos on Monday. The still famous poems by Faiz, Mujh se pehli si mohabbat ...
 DAWN Group1 week ago

Children ward inaugurated at Mirwais hospital

KANDAHAR (AIP): The foundation stone of children ward was laid at Mirwais Hospital in Kandahar province on Monday. Addressing the ceremony, Kandahar Governor Dr Hamayun Azizi said the building was being constructed with over $ 0.7 million assistance ...
 Frontier Post1 week ago

Sar-e-Pul PC concerned over mounting insecurity

AT Monitoring Desk-KABUL: Sar-e-Pul provincial council (PC) expressed their deep concerns over mounting insecurity in the province. Members of the PC said that Kohistanat district of the province was under the Taliban's control and the terrorist ...
 Afghanistan Times1 week ago
Daily Outlook

Nangarhar University Students Raise Taliban, Daesh Flags

Dozens of Nangarhar University students in an unprecedented move on Sunday raised the flags of Taliban, Daesh and Hizb-e-Islami militant groups in a rally they staged against the government. The protesting students many of them wearing masks ...
 Tolo News2 weeks ago

JTI oppose un-Islamic leaders

Wali Ullah Shah NOWSHERA: Qari Rsheed Ahmed and Qari Muhammad Sulaiman were selected as president and general secretary respectively of Jamiat Talaba Islam of Nowshera district on Friday. A meeting was held in this regard under the presidency of ...
 Frontier Post2 weeks ago

Analysts say minorities are under threat in India.

Pakistan has urged the international community to take notice of the terrorist activities of Hindu fanatic group Shiv Sena. Speaking in Radio Pakistan's program, PML-N leader Senator Abdul Qayum said: Delhi is not giving attention to religious ...
 Radio Pakistan2 weeks ago
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