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Day: April 15, 2023

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Demo held by Census teachers against AC Ratodero

NAUNDERO:Teachers performing Census duty took out a large rally and held a protest demonstration here on Saturday while holding placards in their hands against Assistant Commissioner (AC) Ratodero, Ghous Bux Jatoi, who has allegedly refused to pay fuel charges to them, abused and misbehaved with them. The protesters include former Primary Teachers Association president Aijaz Siyal, Nizakat Kalhoro, Khalil Mangnejo, Wasim Akhtar, Asif Katpar and others who complained before media persons that fuel charges have been denied by the AC and when the teachers went to him he not only abused them but misbehaved and humiliated them as if they


Gold prices see big decrease in Pakistan

Sargodha:Pakistani market Saturday witnessed a big decrease in gold prices as the yellow metal lost its shine in the global market. According to the All Sindh Jewellers Association, the price of one tola of 24-Karat gold saw a decrease of Rs2600 and was being traded for Rs216,000. Similarly, the price of 10 grams of 24-Karat gold decreased by Rs2229 and was available for Rs185185. The price of 10 grams of 22-karat gold was settled at Rs169757. The gold prices in the international market also saw a huge decrease as an ounce of gold saw a decrease of $31 in its


DC Takes Notice Against NADRA for Issuing CNICs

NAWABSHAH:Deputy Commissioner Shehryar Gul Memon on Saturday took notice of complaints surfaced on social media, problems being faced by the public at NADRA office regarding obtaining Computerized National Identity Card (CNICs). During the visit DC collected information from citizens about problems said that due to huge number of people at NADRA office were constrained to visit the office multiple times. On the occasion DC instructed Assistant Director Nadra all steps be made to facilitate visitors on merit basis, complaints to be addressed on priority regarding cards. Assistant Director Nadra informed that center was issuing more than 350 CNIC and Form-B


Special JIT constituted to probe sedition case against Imran Khan

ISLAMABAD:Islamabad police on Saturday constituted a Joint Investigation Team (JIT) to investigate a sedition case against Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan. According to details, the capital police formed a JIT to investigate the sedition case against Imran Khan and appointed DIG Operations Syed Shahzad Nadeem Bukhari as the convener of the team. As per the police officials, people from other law enforcement agencies (LEAs) will also be part of the special JIT. In a statement, the police said that “propaganda and baseless allegations against capital officers were part of a plan”. The police said they have provided security to


FM Bilawal reiterates Pakistan’s commitment to stable, peaceful Afghanistan

ISLAMABAD:Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has reaffirmed Pakistan’s commitment to a stable, peaceful and prosperous Afghanistan.
He was talking to Acting Afghan Minister for Foreign Affairs, Amir Khan Muttaqi on telephone on Saturday, according…


SBP notifies Eid holiday for banks

KARACHI:The State Bank of Pakistan Saturday announced five Eid holidays for the banks and other financial institutions in line with the announcement of the federal government.
According to a notification issued by Pakistan’s central bank, all bank bran…


JI delegation meets PM

ISLAMABAD:A three member delegation led by Ameer of Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) Siraj-ul-Haq met Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif in Lahore on Saturday. Overall political situation of the country was discussed during the meeting. Meanwhile, Special Assistant to …


Conspiracy to divide lawyers’ community will not succeed: Law Minister

ISLAMABAD:Federal Minister for Law and Justice Azam Nazeer Tarar on Saturday said the conspiracy to divide the lawyers’ community will not succeed. Addressing a ceremony of the Punjab Bar Council in Lahore, he said legislation is the sole right of the …