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ECP announces voter turnout decreases by 3.32%

By Rubab Azeem LAHORE (30th July, 2018): Despite of national level campaigns, enthusiasm and claims of voters’ activism, the voter turnout in Pakistan General Elections 2018 is 51.7%, which is less by 3.32% as compared to the 2013 elections when it was 55.02%. A lot of fervour and excitement was observed among the people …

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Summer Vacations come to an end in Sindh schools

By Rubab Azeem LAHORE: August 1st, 2018: After a holiday period of two and a half months, the schools of Sindh have reopened today on Wednesday. The Sindh schools observed summer vacations from May 14 to July 31. Earlier, the government of Sindh had announced the commencement of holidays from …

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Lack of natural resources at Karak

Respected editor, In 1982, the status of district was given to Karak which is located between Kohat and Bannu. By the grace of Almighty Allah, Karak is fully laden with natural resources i.e gas and oil. This district supplies 7000 barrel oil and 2500 cubic feet gas to the whole …

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Reckless Driving

Respected editor, The issue that caught my sight is road accident. Not a single day has been passed without a road accident. Recently, I was witnessed a dreadful accident. A car at a very high speed came rushing towards the people standing at the roadside. Many innocent lives were lost …

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Staff Report (Lahore): National Bank of Pakistan (NBP) has announced The Students Loan Scheme Facility of Interest Free Loans to the Students. A Qarz-e-Hasna Scheme has been re-launched under the name of “Student Loan Scheme” by the Government of Pakistan in collaboration with the major commercial banks of Pakistan with …

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Karak Municipal Committee

Respected editor, One of the common problem faced by the residents of Karak city is the poor performance of municipal committee. The supply of drinking water and cleanliness is not ensure in the city. Cigarette butts, broken bottles, plastic bags are seen everywhere in markets, on the side walks and …

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