Satellite survey of Islamabad planned

The Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) administration has conceived a Rs 20 million-project to undertake satellite survey of the capital for better planning and law and order, an official said. The ICT has

QAU syndicate to rule on harassment probe tomorrow

The administration of Quaid-i-Azam University has called an emergency meeting of the university syndicate on Saturday to decide the fate of Controller Examination Muhammad Babar Mumtaz, accused of sexually harassing a female

Naming the unidentified…

The nomination of unidentified people in first information reports (FIRs) has become a custom that is equally beneficial for police and complainants, as it provides police with a source to mint money

Traffic warden abducted freed later

Misri Shah Police arrested a scrap dealer, accused of kidnapping an on-duty traffic warden from Cop Store Chowk on Thursday. A case was also registered against two unidentified men on a complaint

PBTE announces results

The results of Martic Tech first annual examinations 2011 held under the Punjab Board of Technical Education (PBTE) Lahore were announced on Thursday. 1,207 students took the examination of which 334 students

Islooites in search of clean water

Citizens of the capital city continue to suffer as the Capital Development Authority (CDA) drags its heels on plans to install 20 more water filtration plants in various parts of the capital,