Karachi: The medical fraternity and representatives of doctors organizations warmly welcomed the Sindh governments decision for forming a committee to give teaching hospitals status to all district level healthcare centers in Karachi city, as saying ... Daily Times, 1 week ago
KARACHI: Three people were killed in separate incidents in the city on Wednesday. According to rescue sources: a 36-year-old unidentified man was found dead in Saddar. He died after consuming excessive drugs. The body was shifted to a morgue after ...Pakistan Press International, 1 month ago 13 killed in Karachi on violence-hit day ZeeNews.com, 1 month ago
According the official sources, three major hospitals of city having the facility of Medico-legal Officers (MLOs) are Abbasi Shaheed Hospital (ASH), Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre (JPMC) and Civil Hospital Karachi (CHK), while six other ...Frontier Post, 1 month ago MLOs at six more hospitals DAWN Group, 1 month ago Shortage of MLOs impacts prosecution Daily Times, 1 month ago
KARACHI (APP): Sindh Government has changed the administrative jurisdiction of Sindh Police in Karachi. This was stated in a notification issued by Additional Chief Secretary (Home) Syed Mumtaz Shah here on Thursday. According to it the new ...Frontier Post, 1 month ago Rangers arrest 26 outlaws in Karachi Online News Pakistan, 2 months ago Rangers arrest 26 criminals Pakistan Press International, 2 months ago
According to the Disabled Persons Employment and Rehabilitation Ordinance, any employer employing over a 100 people has to reserve a two per cent quota for people with disabilities. However, most of the industrialists in Karachi are violating this ...Frontier Post, 1 month ago
KARACHI: Two alleged members of the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) were killed during an encounter with the Rangers personnel at Kunwari Colony on Thursday. According to the Rangers spokesperson, the special unit of the Rangers raided the ...The Express Tribune, 2 months ago
KARACHI: Amid tall claims of tight security by the police, Karachi remained firmly in the grip of lawlessness as heavy aerial firing marked the arrival of the New Year, and delivered at least half a dozen injured youths to hospitals. The Sindh ...The Express Tribune, 2 months ago
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