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Annual report2012pmsaau

Upcoming SlideShare Loading in … 5 1. 1 ANNUAL REPORT 2012 PIR MEHR ALI SHAH ARID AGRICULTURE UNIVERSITY RAWALPINDI 2. 2 CONTENTS VICE CHANCELLOR MESSAGE 01 ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY 02 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 03 ACADEMICS ACHIEVEMENTS 04 RESEARCH ... SlideShare.net, 3 weeks ago

Nawaz bestowed more than one plot on bureaucracy in housing schemes

ISLAMABAD: The powerful bureaucrats of the federal capital have been allowed by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to get more than one residential plots in the government housing schemes. The prime minister of Pakistan has approved allotment of a ...
 Daily Times2 weeks ago

International Marxist Tendency intervenes in May Day events throughout the world

We publish here a collection of May Day reports from supporters of the IMT in several different countries. Pakistan This year May Day in Pakistan was observed at a time when the working class is facing an onslaught of ruthless attacks from the ...
 In Defence Of Marxist3 weeks ago

Enhancing B2B contacts: Mauritian president invites APTMA to explore textile market

KARACHI: Republic of Mauritius President Dr Ameenah Firdaus Guarib-Fakim invited the All Pakistan Textile Manufacturing Association (APTMA) to invest in her country - a gateway to Africa. During a meeting with an APTMA delegation, led by its ...
 Daily Times1 month ago Dr Ameenah for Aptma's investment in Mauritius  The Nation Pakistan1 month ago

PA proceedings : Legislators pass Punjab Marriage Functions Bill

LAHORE: Punjab Assembly on Thursday passed the Marriage Functions Bill and imposed a ban on displaying of dowry, arms, fireworks, decoration of streets or parks with lights, and loud music (for nuisance and disturbance of neighbourhood). The bill ...
 Daily Times1 month ago

Gallantry awards conferred upon 47 : 14 scientists, 25 engineers, 10 academics and five journalists given civil awards

LAHORE: Ten educationists, 14 scientists, 25 engineers and six journalists were among 163 people who were given civil awards in recognition of their services, on Pakistan Day on Wednesday. The president and governors gave away these awards at ...
 Daily Times2 months ago President to confer Pakistan Civil Awards  SAMAA TV2 months ago

The Report: Oman 2015

2 of 3 1. SNAPSHOT - Oman in figures 2. COUNTRY PROFILE - The winds of trade: The sultanate leverages its location for big gains - Viewpoint: Sultan Qaboos bin Said Al Said - Rules of the game: Trade partnerships with emerging Asian ...
 Research and Markets2 months ago

Sindh to procure 1.1m metric tonne wheat this year: minister : March 20, 2016, 5:13 am

MIRPURKHAS: Sindh Food Minister Syed Nasir Hussain Shah said on Saturday that wheat procurement target for the province was set at 1.1 million metric tonnes for the current year, with an increase of 0.2 million metric tonnes compared to the previous ...
 Daily Times2 months ago Wheat procurement target for current year fixed at 1.1m: minister  Pakistan Today2 months ago

Oppn slams Budget, says it presents 'half-baked truth'

Opposition on Monday slammed the General Budget in Lok Sabha, saying it presents a "rosy picture" and "half-baked truth", and mocked at the 'achhe din' slogan of the government, quipping that "good days" had come only for RSS which has "graduated from shorts ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago
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