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PPA launches literary magazine

PPA publications have published the first of many to come editions of Solidarity International (Tracing Literary Tradition and Ingenuity). The bi-monthly magazine is devoted to English literature written by writers of Pakistani

Who will clean the skips?

Contrary to the tall claims of the sanitation wing of the Capital Development Authority (CDA) to keep Islamabad clean and green, the overflowing roadside garbage trolleys in every residential sector of the

Anjum Aqeel sent on 3-day physical remand

PML-N MNA Anjum Aqeel Khan was produced before two different courts on Monday in connection with two separate cases, including the one registered under Anti-Terrorism Act with Shalimar Police Station Islamabad. An

Helmet keeps the warden away

Where hot and humid weather of federal capital brings skin borne diseases to its dwellers, it forces motor cyclists to use substandard helmets of any kind available in the market to avoid

Antioxidants ‘cannot slow ageing’

There is probably no easy way to combat ageing. Diets and creams claiming their antioxidant properties could cheat ageing may be worthless, a study says. Using Nematode worms, scientists found even those

Two food inspectors for a city of 1.5m

Noman, a 22-year-old student of a local private college, was brought to the casualty ward of a public hospital with acute abdominal pain and massive vomiting. A doctor while injecting an anti-emetic

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