Monday, February 28th, 2022
Yoosuf Bhutta Gujrat. Forest Department’s trees worth rupees nine million were stolen in two separate incidents from Sarai Alamgir. In first incident trees worth three million rupees, along Rajar railway Phatak were stolen by 20 persons including some railway officials. On the complaint of Punjab Forest Deptt. Police have registered a case against 20 persons. In second incident trees worth six million rupees were stolen from MandiBahauddin road in Sarai Alamgir. Police have registered another case against five persons.
ISLAMABAD /DNA/ – Ambassador of Pakistan to Austria and Slovakia, Aftab Ahmad Khokher, held E-Kachehri today for Pakistani community in Austria and Slovakia. Ambassador Khokher, in his opening remarks, informed that Pakistan had abolished the requirement of pre-boarding negative PCR tests for inbound travelers. However, non-vaccinated persons over 12 years would require pre-boarding negative PCR (72 hours old). He also shared that Punjab Khidmat Markaz would be operationalized in the Embassy from 10 March 2022 which would facilitate Pakistanis by online verification of character certificate, copy of FIR and national statusRead More
ISLAMABAD, Feb 28 (DNA): Prime Minister Imran Khan, in a big initiative to protect the masses from the impact of global inflationary trends, on Monday unveiled a major relief package, including Rs 10 per litre reduction in petroleum prices, Rs 5 per unit cut in electricity tariff and some other measures. “The government has decided not to increase the prices of petrol and diesel as well as electricity tariff till the next budget,” Imran Khan said in his televised address to the nation. The prime minister also announced toRead More
Gujrat. /DNA/ – Two mobile phones, watch and a cash of rupees 60 thousand were robbed on gun point by two armed dacoits from two persons on GT road Sarai Alamgir. Police have registered a case.
Conference on “Myth of Indian Secular Democracy: Human Rights Violations and Rise of Saffron Tide under BJP” organized
ISLAMABAD, FEB 28 /DNA/ – A Conference on “Myth of Indian Secular Democracy: Human Rights Violations and Rise of Saffron Tide under BJP” was jointly organized by Press Information Department (PID), Federal Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of Pakistan & Center for Global & Strategic Studies (CGSS), Islamabad at Information Service Academy, Islamabad. The Conference commenced with speech by Ashfaq Ahmed Gondal, Former Federal Secretary Information and Broadcasting & Vice President (Federal Region), Center for Global &Strategic Studies (CGSS), Islamabad. He stated that it is impossible for other communitiesRead More
From Our Correspondent PESHAWAR Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Mahmood Khan has revealed that Prime Minster Imran Khan would soon give a good news to the public regarding relief in the current inflation adding that axcept the current wave of inflation there is no competitor of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf, and the incumbent government under the leadership of Prime minister Imran Khan is taking result oriented steps to minimize the negative impacts of inflation on the common man. Bashing the opposing parties for their incompetency and ill planning in the past, Mahmood KhanRead More