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173 centres to assist flood victims

LAHORE (HANDOUT) - Punjab Chief Secretary Naveed Akram Cheema has said that 173 centres will be set up in 16 districts of the province for the provision of financial assistance to the flood affectees. He was addressing a seminar in this regard, ... The Nation Pakistan, 4 weeks ago
466 rescue teams busy in rescuing people 4 Traders, 1 month ago

DCOs to moot dengue

LAHROE - The Punjab government will convene DCOs conference tomorrow (Saturday) to ensure law and order arrangement during Muharramul Haram. Moreover, dengue, polio, revenue recovery and other matters will be discussed during the moot. Chief ...
 The Nation Pakistan6 hours ago
DAWN Group

Another 51 dengue patients reach hospitals

RAWALPINDI: As many as 51 more dengue patients arrived in the three government-run hospitals on Tuesday, taking the overall tally to 561. According to hospital sources, 24 dengue patients arrived in Holy Family Hospital, 14 in Benazir Bhutto ...
 DAWN Group2 days ago

2,000 armymen to help police with Muharram security duty

RAWALPINDI: The Punjab government has decided to deploy 14 companies of the army - each consisting of 150 personnel - in Rawalpindi to maintain peace during Muharram. Nine people were killed and public and private properties damaged during ...
 DAWN Group2 days ago

Athara Hazari town vacated

September 09, 2014 People of hundreds of villages have been evacuated along the course of the rivers Chenab, Jhelum and Ravi and shifted to safer places. More than 1,000 villages have been submerged in the flash flood water, dozens have been ...
 Business Recorder1 month ago

Rains disrupt normal life, expose govt's response, preparedness

LAHORE: Heavy rains have played havoc with city roads and buildings besides disrupting normal life activities and exposing the response and preparedness of the city district government as well as of the provincial government. The Met Office has ...
 Daily Times1 month ago
The Express Tribune

Flood warning: High alert

Shahba­z Sharif instru­cts provin­cial admini­strati­on to take immedi­ate measur­es to cope with the floodi­ng Showers resulted in traffic jams and accumulated water at several places across the twin cities. PHOTO: EXPRESS LAHORE: ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago
Pakistan Observer

Chief Secretary visits rain-hit areas

Mujtaba condoles with rain victims Salim Ahmed Friday, September 05, 2014 - Lahore—On the instructions of the Punjab Chief Minister, Chief Secretary Naveed Akram Cheema visited various areas of the city including Lakshmi Chowk, Outfall Road ...
 Pakistan Observer1 month ago
The Express Tribune

Rain emergency: Shahbaz visits submerged areas, pushes for relief

Punjab CM announ­ces financ­ial assist­ance of Rs10 millio­n for the affect­ed family Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif. PHOTO: NEFER SEHGAL LAHORE: Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif visited various areas of the city late ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago Shahbaz ventures in rain to dispense relief  Pakistan Today1 month ago
Daily Times

Six of a family among 16 killed as driving rains wreak havoc

LAHORE: Sixteen people, including six members of a family, died while 42 others were injured in different incidents in various areas of the provincial metropolis as a result of driving rains during the last 24 hours while flash floods are imminent ...
 Daily Times1 month ago
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