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Population census to be held in Karachi, Hyderabad and Ghotki districts in 1st phase
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Population census to be held in Karachi, Hyderabad and Ghotki ...

Sindh Cabinet held its meeting in Karachi on Monday with Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah in chair. The meeting was informed that first phase of the population census will start on 15th March. In first phase the population census in Sindh will ... Radio Pakistan, 4 days ago
CM approves $0.273m for cadet's treatment The Nation Pakistan, 2 days ago
Sindh cabinet's enthusiastic support for Census Business Recorder, 4 days ago

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UN, WB urged to take notice of violation of Indus Basin Treaty

Tweet on Twitter Hyderabad Workers of Sindh National Tehreek (SNT) on Friday urged the United Nations (UN) and World Bank (WB) to take notice of violations committed by Indian government regarding Indus Basin Treaty and warned it could ...
 Pakistan Observer6 days ago Indian violations of Indus Basin Treaty can trigger war  The Nation Pakistan6 days ago Water treaty: UN, World Bank urged to do something about violation by India  Business Recorder1 week ago

Growers urge govt to stop supply to mills in Sindh

HYDERABAD: The Sindh Chamber of Agriculture (SCA) has demanded of the government to stop supply of sugarcane from Punjab to the sugar mills in the province. The SCA meeting held here said that the growers in Sindh were already getting low rate than ...
 Daily Times3 days ago Agriculturists demand Punjab-like interest-free loans for growers  Daily Times1 week ago

Man linked to student's death remanded in custody

HYDERABAD - Jamshoro police produced Anis Khaskheli, private college teacher linked to the death of Sindh University student Naila Rind, in the Anti-Terrorism Court here Friday. Naila had reportedly committed suicide in her hostel room on January ...
 The Nation Pakistan6 days ago Police link college teacher to SU student's death  The Nation Pakistan1 week ago

Hiring on merit demanded for Sindh universities

HYDERABAD: The office-bearers of the Federation of All Pakistan Universities Academic Staff Association (FAPUASA) have demanded appointments on higher seats in all universities of Sindh on merit instead on ad-hoc base. Addressing a press conference ...
 Daily Times1 week ago Officers' body demands judicial inquiry into SU student's death  Daily Times1 week ago Blame game: FAPUASA criticises govt for violating autonomy of varsities  The Express Tribune1 month ago

PPP official says Sindh Assembly has all rights to pass a law

HYDERABAD: Pakistan People's Party (PPP)'s Sindh Information Secretary and former senator Ajiz Dhamra has defended the Sindh Assembly for passing the bill against forced conversion of the religion. Addressing a press conference on Monday, he said ...
 Daily Times1 month ago PPP split over nominations  Daily Times1 week ago PPP promise in rural Sindh  The Express Tribune1 month ago PPP senator foresees another financial scam involving Sharifs  The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago

JUI calls forced conversion bill 'against constitution'

HYDERABAD: Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI) has criticised Pakistan People's Party (PPP) lawmakers in the Sindh Assembly for passing the forced religious conversion bill and termed the move as against constitution and Islam. In a press conference on ...
 Daily Times1 month ago JUI-F to emerge as major parliamentary party: Amjad  Pakistan Observer1 week ago Forced conversion bill against Islam, constitution: JUI  Frontier Post1 month ago

Petition for judicial investigation

Tweet on Twitter SU student death Hyderabad Sindh High Court here Wednesday admitted a petition which prayed the court to order formation of a judicial commission to investigate death of a student in Sindh University's girls hostel room ...
 Pakistan Observer1 week ago Legal help: Petition demands judicial probe into death of SU hostel student  The Express Tribune1 week ago SHC admits petition seeking judicial investigation of Naila Rind's death  SAMAA TV1 week ago

SNT demo against Indian Water Terrorism: Modi's effigy burnt

Tweet on Twitter Our Correspondent HYDERABAD, Jan 13: Sindh rNational Tehrik held protest demonstration against Indian water terrorism under which India has threatened to build dam on Indus river to divert flow of Indus to deprive Pakistan ... week ago Protest against ignoring of Qasmiabad Sports Complex  Pakistan Observer1 week ago Rally against occupation of sweet water lakes by landlords  Daily Times1 week ago Sindh ekta forum, Sindhiani Tehrik protests demand girl hostels sans male staff weeks ago

SU probe committee fails to point out circumstances leading to Naila Rind's death

HYDERABAD: The committee formed by Sindh University to probe the mysterious death of Naila Rind failed to point out the circumstances that led to the student's death but quoted her friends as saying she was under stress after having done her masters ...
 DAWN Group1 week ago Death On Campus: Suspect remanded into police custody  The Express Tribune1 week ago Mystery of Naila suicide case solved  Dunya News2 weeks ago ´╗┐Demo against suicide of student  Pakistan Press International2 weeks ago
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