Section 144 imposed

The Islamabad administration has imposed Section 144 for 10 days to maintain law and order during Muharram in the federal capital’s territory. Under the move, writing and distribution of objectionable pamphlets or

12 killed as van hits roadside tree

Driver of ill-fated vehicle lost control as he tried to save a pedestrian, say police In a bid to save a pedestrian life, the driver of a van instead hit the vehicle

Unique floral designs on display in catwalk

A number of women showcased their exquisite floral designs and artifacts in a programme entitled “Fashion through Flowers” held here at a local hotel. Arranged by Floral Art Society of Pakistan (FASP),

AIOU working for socio-economic revolution

Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) yearns to bring socio-economic revolution in far-flung areas of the country by assembling and utilizing the sources of different national institutions. These views were expressed by Allama

NUML students express their love for art

“This exhibition is actually a humble effort to project and cherish different colours of Pakistan and to give a glimpse of its rich culture and art through the medium of oil painting,

Kashmiri Art Festival opens at RAC

The Kashmiri Art Festival, arranged by Rawalpindi Arts Council (RAC) opened here on Monday. Minister for Tourism Government of Azad Jammu and Kashmir Abdul Salam Butt inaugurated the event. The art works

State-run schools lack basics

A good student-to-teacher ratio was observed in 103 out of 147 state-run girls’ primary schools monitored nationwide in October but these institutions continue to lack essential facilities. According to a report released

30 arrested in search operation

The Bhara Kau Police on Monday arrested 30 suspects during search operation in various areas of Islamabad, including under construction buildings and houses, slum areas and new localities. Following the directions of

Local boy desperately seeks prosthetics

The criminal negligence by the officials of the Islamabad Electric Supply Company (IESCO) has cost a minor boy his hands after being electrocuted with some dangling high tension wires. The tragedy struck