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Cross-border education: Indo-Pak scientists to collaborate on research

ISLAMABAD:  Pakistani and Indian scientists on Tuesday agreed to identify specialised institutions for collaborative works, research, joint workshops, seminars and exchange of scientists, university professors and students. A six-member delegation of scientists from the Indian National Science Academy (INSA), headed by INSA President Dr Krishan Lal, is on a three-day visit to Pakistan on the […]

ANP proves to be PPP’s most trusted ally

Islamabad Awami National Party (ANP) remains loyal to Pakistan People s Party (PPP) perhaps more than any other of its allies namely PML-Q, Muttahi The News International – Islamabad

Gilani fails to convince Qazi, Sherpao, Achakzai

Islamabad Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani on Monday failed to acquire the support of those political parties, which have become closer to the The News International – Islamabad

Issue of new provinces moved to legislative agenda

ISLAMABAD, Jan 17: The controversy over creating new provinces in Pakistan moved to the present parliament’s legislative agenda for the first time on Tuesday as the Muttahida Qaumi Movement introduced Islamabad News Sources

Hard to please: Patients continue to bear brunt of unrelenting protests

  ISLAMABAD:  All outpatient departments of the public hospitals in Islamabad remained shut on Tuesday as health professionals and non-medical staff observed a complete strike. As the protests spread across the federal hospitals, it spells bad news for patients waiting for the strike to end. The health professionals and non-medical staff assembled at D-Chowk near […]

Government utilises half of TARP funding on infrastructure

Islamabad The PPP government has utilised almost 50 percent funding of the World Bank and DFID-sponsored FBR s Tax Administration Reform Project (T The News International – Islamabad

SC, army cannot derail system: PM Gilani

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani has said that the Supreme Court and the army have to protect democracy, adding that they cannot derail or pack up the system.He was speaking in the National Assembly after the passage of a resolution in support of democracy on Monday.”If there is no democracy then everybody will go […]

ZAB reference case: Babar Awan’s license cancelled temporarily

  ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court of Pakistan cancelled the license of federation’s counsel Babar Awan temporarily in the Zulfikar Ali Bhutto (ZAB) presidential reference case on Tuesday, reported Express News. The apex court has ordered that President Asif Ali Zardari be informed that his counsel’s license has been cancelled in his reference case, and the government […]

PCNS summons Mansoor on 26th in memo case

ISLAMABAD, Jan 16: Hours after the judicial commission probing the memo controversy under the Supreme Court`s order asked the American businessman Mansoor Ijaz to appear before it on Jan 24, the Islamabad News Sources

Pak-Iran Gas Pipeline likely to be completed by 2014: Hina

Islamabad: The National Assembly was informed on Monday that the government will go ahead with the multi-billion Pakistan Iran Gas Pipeline Project and said the project is likely to be completed by the year 2014.”The Pakistan Iran Gas Pipeline Project is in national interest and the government has decided to fast track on it,” Foreign […]

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