Daily Archives: April 1, 2014

Pak provide friendly environment for foreign investors,PM

Islamabad: Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif met delegations of Turkish companies STFA and TAV who called on him at PM House. The meeting was attended by Mehmet Ali Neyzi, CEO STFA, Mr. Riza Arsan Vice Chairman Pakistan Turkey Business Council,

S M Tanveer demands uninterrupted power supply to textile mills on independent feeders

LAHORE: Chairman APTMA Punjab S M Tanveer has said that the Punjab-based textile industry on independent feeders is facing six to eight hours of electricity load shedding, resulting into one-shift closure. He apprehended that if industry is not provided with

Tribal blocked Quetta-Chaman highway at Kozhak

CHAMAN: Tribesmen blocked Quetta-Chaman international highway at Kozhak Top Tuesday to protest raid at a house of a tribal leader in Quetta last night. Hundreds of vehicles plying between Quetta and Chaman stranded creating serious difficulties for the travellers.


NA urges govt to regulate education in seminaries

Islamabad: The National Assembly Tuesday passed a resolution urging the government to take steps to improve and regulate education in seminaries.

Speaking on the resolution, Minister for Religious Affairs Sardar Muhammad Yusuf said the government is consulting with Ittehad-e-Tanzeemaat-e-Madaris to

Couple remanded to police in extortion case

KARACHI: An Anti-Terrorism Court-II (ATC-II) on Tuesday remanded a suspect couple to police custody till 14th April 2014 in a extortion case.

Mohammad Ayub alias Abid and his wife Farzana alias Saba were produced before ATC-II judge under tight security.

PPP praises actions against elements attacking minorities worship places

KARACHI: Pakistan People’s Party Legislators from Minorities have praised the Sindh government for swift actions against the miscreants involved in desecration of worship places of minorities and provision of protection to communities across the province.

In a joint press statement,