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Govt teachers continue protest in front of Parliament House

ISLAMABAD , DEC 23 : Teachers and staffers belonging to government schools in Islamabad continued their protest on Thursday and staged a demonstration outside the Parliament House. The teachers of the Federal Directorate of Education (FDE) are protesting against the decision to hand over the management of public schools to the municipal corporation and are demanding the reversal of the decision. Teachers had staged a similar protest in early December and decided to retake to the streets today as the government did not meet their demands. After a few hours,Read More

Imran Niazi’s government is going to end: Shehbaz Sharif

LAHORE , DEC 23 : Lambasting the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leadership once again, Opposition Leader in the National Assembly Shehbaz Sharif said that Imran Khan’s government is going to end. He said the incumbent government has caused damage to the country to a greater extent. Addressing a gathering in Lahore, Shehbaz Sharif said politics should be done only to address grievances of masses, give support to widows and orphans, provide medical facilities to the poor, eliminate poverty and control the inflation. The PML-N leader said Pakistan’s economy has been completely destroyedRead More

DC Shahzad distributes food hampers among Christian community

Ishfaq Mughal Faisalabad: 23 Dec : Under the arrangements of district administration, a Christmas function was held at Holy Rozi Catholic Church. Deputy Commissioner Ali Shahzad and CPO Ghulam Mubashar Maiken was chief guest and cut the Christmas cake along with Christian leaders and distributed food hampers among Christian. Addressing the cake-cutting ceremony, the Deputy Commissioner wished happy christmas to christian community and said that the civilized nation celebrated their Joys and other festivals  jointly which strengthened the national relationship and sentiments of patriotism. He said that Christian community wasRead More