Tuesday , December 18 2018

Punjab

US Women aged 40 flies to Pakistan to marry a man aged 21.

Boundaries and distances are not hurdle in love. A couple proved it today. An american women fell for a Pakistani boy and decided to get married. Maria Helena Abrams aged 41, married 21-year-old Kashif Ali at a formal ceremony in Sialkot on Thursday night. The two met on Instagram for the first time …

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Punjab govt removes Umar Saif as its IT board chairperson

The Punjab government removed on Tuesday Dr Umar Saif as the chairperson of the Punjab Information Technology Board. Planning and Development Chairperson Habibur Rehman Gillani has been appointed the new chairperson. Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar has given orders to make new rules for the appointment of the IT board’s head. …

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First spell of rain intensifies weather in Punjab

LAHORE: Various parts of Punjab experienced winter’s first rain on Tuesday. While snowfall is reported on the northern areas. The dry spell extended up to many weeks before rain intruded and intensified the weather. The fog has prevailed in the  plain areas of Punjab and has reportedly decreased the visibility on …

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Smog likely to engulf Lahore city

Lahore:  Air pollution crisis is back, as Lahore is likely to be surrounded by smog once again. According to air-pollution measuring application the score of the air quality index (AQI) for Lahore has gone over 300. Which means smog is somewhere around. Experts say if the winds from India blow towards …

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Punjab Assembly members demand suspension of Rana Mashood

Lahore: A resolution was submitted to Speaker Punjab Assembly today that requested to dismiss the MPA ship of PM-N’s leader over his controversial statement. PML-N leader Rana Mashood is a member of provincial assembly and in an interview, he stated controversial words. It should be noted that PML-N president Shahbaz …

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Education and health take the lead

LAHORE (Monitoring Desk): For the first time in the country’s history, allocations for education and health sectors have taken the lead in both federal and provincial government develop budgets. These sectors had always been big ticket items in the non-development budgets. Development budgets for these sectors have historically seen only modest …

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