Chief Editor: Ansar Mahmood Bhatti

October, 2020

 

‘We stand with the Turkish nation’: PM Imran Khan sends condolences to quake-hit Turkey

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ISLAMABAD, OCT 31 – Expressing immense grief and sorrow, Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday extended condolences to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the people of Turkey for the precious lives lost during the catastrophic earthquake that jolted the coast of Seferihisar district in the western province of Izmir on Friday. In a tweet, the premier offered any help that Ankara might need during these testing times as he recalled Turkey’s all-out support during the devastating earthquake that hit the northern areas of Pakistan and Azad Kashmir back inRead More


Cancer protection benefit offered in ujala insurance plan

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DNA KARACHI, OCT 31 – Jubilee Life Insurance introduces Ujala Insurance Plan which is a first of its kind insurance proposition in the bancassurance channel that offers cancer protection supplementary benefit along with other insurance riders at a modest additional cost. This proposition provides financial protection in case of illness or accident and is especially curated to make the customer feel safe and secure for their financial future.   In addition to the cancer protection benefit, the Ujala plan also offers a choice of obtaining a second medical opinion fromRead More


None will be allowed to speak against state institutions: Shibli

SENATOR SHIBLI FARAZ, FEDERAL MINISTER FOR INFORMATION AND BROADCASTING ADDRESSING A PRESS CONFERENCE IN ISLAMABAD ON OCTOBER 31, 2020.

ISLAMABAD, Oct 31 (DNA): Minister for Information and Broadcasting Shibli Faraz says the government will not allow anyone to give statements against the state institutions and damage the country’s image. Addressing a news conference in Islamabad on Saturday, he said certain elements from opposition parties have spoken against the state institutions for securing their vested interests. The Minister said former Speaker National Assembly Ayaz Sadiq’s anti-state statement provided the Indian media an opportunity to unleash propaganda against Pakistan. He said the elements, which are harming the country, will be heldRead More


Bilawal Bhutto vows to march towards Islamabad, send govt packing

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GILGIT, Oct 31 (DNA): Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has vowed to march towards Islamabad and send the incompetent PTI government home. Addressing a rally in Ghizer district of Gilgit-Baltistan, Bilawal said that if our party is a party of martyrs, Ghizer is the land of martyrs, whose people sacrificed their lives for the sake of the country. Criticizing the federal government, Bilawal Zardari said that people can see what has been done to Pakistan, inflation and unemployment are rampant and people from every section of societyRead More


APNS makes appeal regarding Mir Shakil

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KARACHI (DNA) -In a statement Hameed Haroon President and Sarmad Ali Secretaty General of the All Pakistan Newspapers society have appealed to the Government of Pakistan and various state institutions to look into the matter of Editor in Chief of Jang/GEO Group who is in custody now for over 230 days while NAB investigation and remand has finished a long time ago. Further the reference against him, with all supporting evidences relied upon by NAB, has already been filed in the court. Therefore, there can be no fear of himRead More


Chairman CDA instructs to upgrade all public parks

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ISLAMABAD, OCT 31 (DNA) – Chairman Capital Development Authority (CDA) has expressed grave concern over the dilapidated condition of public parks and issued instructions to upgrade all public parks within three months. Meanwhile, instructions were also issued to construct a cycling track in Sector E-7. Chairman CDA Amir Ali Ahmed paid a surprise visit to public parks across the city. Members, Director Environment, Director Sanitation, Director City Sewerage, Director Street Lights and other officers and staff were also present on the occasion. Chairman CDA said that renovation, restoration and repairRead More