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Mir Muhammad Nazim Khan: Hunza State
A banker by profession, Salim Ansar has a passion for history and historic books. His personal library already boasts a treasure trove of over 7,000 rare and unique books. Every week, we shall take a leaf from one such book and ...
Peace vital for prosperity
When will peace most needed for common man’s economic well-being and social harmony return to our motherland? That’s the question citizens ask one another at Juma congregations. They also pray for success of efforts being made by ...
Shoulder injury
While shoulder injuries are common, some signal a more serious issue that needs to be addressed by a doctor. The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons mentions these warning signs that a doctor needs to treat a shoulder ...
RIS CEO meets minister
Islamabad Roots International Schools CEO Walid Mushtaq met Federal Minister for Education Baleegh ur Rehman here on Friday. The possibility of public-private partnership for promoting education in Pakistan was discussed in ...
CDA lagging behind in timely completion
Islamabad The Capital Development Authority (CDA) is lagging far behind in timely completion of some of its vital projects which were started over two years. As the CDA Development Working Party okayed Rs2.6 billion ...
University of Cambridge officials visit RMS
Islamabad Lee Davis, Assistant Director, Professional Development Qualifications from the University of Cambridge accompanied with Uzma Yousaf, Country Director of Cambridge International Examinations and Humayun Ghias, School ...
AIOU’s regional directors conference begins
Islamabad Three-day Regional Directors’ conference of Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) began here on Saturday to adopt ways and means to bring qualitative improvement in the university’s overall system, particularly enhancing ...
Continuous fall in temperature may cause pains
Rawalpindi After the rain, the chances of incidence of respiratory tract infections have reduced though, according to health experts, exposure to extreme cold pains in the body. The continuous fall in temperature can also ...
With enhanced security comes sanity at PIMS
Islamabad At the time of its establishment in 1985, the Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) was conceived as a centre of excellence for healthcare provision, and a model for medical education and research. Three decades ...
Fish attracts customers in twin cities
Islamabad The cold weather conditions in the twin cities turned the residents towards the fish stalls where sale of crispy and crunchy fish items have registered an unprecedented increase in the last few days. "The petrol ...
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