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The flood continued playing havoc in Punjan and Azad Kashmir. Thousands of people have been rendered homeless due to mud sliding and caused by heavy floods. Section 144 has been imposed in Multan as the floodwater is heading towards the city and likely to hit by Tuesday. Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif Monday...

RAWALPINDI (INP): Retinopathy of Prematurely (ROP) is a disease affecting premature and under weight babies born before the date of delivery and are placed in incubator for supplemental oxygen.   This was stated by the speakers in a seminar on Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP) held at Al-Shifa Trust Eye Hospital. Professor Dr. Wajid Ali Khan, Dean and Chief Consultant...

The country is faced with multiple challenges that can only be resolved by forging unity among the ranks of all the political, religious, civil society and other segments of society. The floods playing havoc in the Punjab province and being feared that it would also hit Sindh in days to come. Heavy rains and water released by India in Chenab River have flooded Sialkot,...

Country is passing through crucial time since its creation. The political arena represents total chaotic scenario as masses have been divided by some ‘opportunists, seasonal’ politicians in the name of democracy. The law and order situation is getting worst. The killing of  Ali Akbar son of Allama Abbas Kumeli in Karachi Saturday, created panic among the masses who...

The law was violated in both letter and spirit on the night of August 30 and the days after as the alleged workers of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf and Pakistan Awami Tehreek violating the law entered the building of State Television. The laws that were broken were those of any civilised state or society, but what pushed people to breaking them were the conditions of...

It has been more then three days that the joint session of the parliament began, it started off as a collaboration to save democracy. However, it turns out that parliament has become a place to settle personal differences. The open transmission of the joint sessions has indeed been an eye opening experience for the people of Pakistan. The credit goes to the common people...

The political crisis is now advising causing damages to national economy and it has becm necessary for all the stakeholders to shun their differences and resolve the issue at the earliest. Efforts are being made to find a peaceful resolution of the confrontation acceptable to all. Country hasn’t recovered fully from the economical crunch yet. The latest development has...

As the political turmoil continues amidst some indications of a breakthrough, a largely united parliament Wednesday resolved to protect the sanctity of the elected house and would not allow the Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to resign. Reacting strongly to the derogatory remarks being used by the Pakistan Tehreek-e- Insaaf and Awami Tehreek against the Parliament, they said...

Federal Interior Minister Ch Nisar Tuesday came hard on the PAT and PTI leadership accusing them of damaging country’s economy citing that due to the prevailing situation, hundreds of state of two friendly countries especially the Chinese President has cancelled his historic visit to Pakistan in which important agreements were supposed to be signed. Regarding Javed Hashmi’s...

Development of the last two days in the benches of PTI has created another debate among the political analysts as the Chairman and President of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf have distanced each other amidst the accusations. On Sunday, Javed Hashmi elected President of the party accused the Chairman of PTI to issue order to the protesters to move towards the PM house late...

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