s educational boards seek representation in the Sindh Directorate of Private Educational Institutions to look into its process of granting registration to newly opened private educational institutions. The Sindh Educational Boards’ Committee…
An FIR was registered with the Aabpara Police Station, Islamabad, on Sunday against Capital Development Authority (CDA) Chairman Imtiaz Inayat Elahi and other four officials on charge of removing a hunger strike…
Police registered an FIR against APML Communication Adviser Attiqua Odho on Wednesday for possession of liquor. A police official said that the FIR No 464 was registered under the Drug Act against…
KARACHI – The Intellectual Property Organisation of Pakistan (IPO) has so far registered 95,000 patents, whereas about 200,000 applications are pending legal requirements.
This was stated by IPO Chairman Mir Shahjahan Khetran while talking to journalists at a seminar of the Pakistan Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association (PPMA) on intellectual property rights (IPR). Khetran said that local entrepreneurs do not pay attention to registering patents for their products, whereas
ISLAMABAD – The special committee of the Public Accounts Committee on Monday directed senior officials of the Federal Board of Revenue to lodge criminal FIRs against corrupt officials and present a report before the committee within 15 days.
The committee, which met with Riaz Hussain Pirzada in the chair, reviewed audit objections of the ministries of Defence, Defence Production, Science and Technology and the FBR.
While settling an audit objection of the Ministry of
KARACHI – The gory rape tale of a five-year-old Hindu girl, M*, surfaced on Wednesday: raped multiple times on Saturday (February 26) in Dost Muhammad Goth, her plight remained under wraps for five days as the father mulled over whether his shame was sufficient to kill his own flesh and blood.
M* comes from a family of Bagris – low-caste groups, who are supposed to be guardians of orchards but who usually migrate from place to place in search of seasonal employment. Her family
LAHORE – The Race Course Police on Tuesday registered a case against three people including Kamran Gulzar, Shamshad Gulzar and Azam Shamshad for abusing and threatening a National Accountability Bureau (NAB) investigation officer of dire consequences.
According to details, NAB Investigation Officer Nadeem Sajid, investigating embezzlements in the Lahore Mass Transit System Project arrested accused Danish Shamshad involved in the aforementioned project’s reference from
ISLAMABAD – As much as 66,000 drugs have been registered in the country by December 2010, 55,000 of them as active drugs, under Drug Act 1976. According to Pakistan Pharmaceutical Manufacturers’ Association (PPMA) Chairman Haroon Qasim, around 10,000 are imported drugs while about 1,000 drugs have been de-registered over the last many years for several reasons like international withdrawals, safety recalls etc.
In a statement, he said the registered drugs included medical
ISLAMABAD: Following Sunday’s car race in Islamabad that killed five people, police on Monday said cases had been registered against the driver of the car, the Bahria Town management, and the chief organiser of the race, Sheikh Atif, who had managed to flee.
Rawalpindi Commissioner Zahid Saeed said stern action would be taken against everyone involved in organising and executing the race. The race was allegedly sponsored by a leading telecom company but no one was available for
Police informed the Lahore High Court (LHC) on Wednesday that a case has been registered against the owner of Whiskas juice factory for selling animal food for human consumption after repacking it as mango juice.
The Shera Kot Police Station SHO submitted a report in the court of Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed stating that accused Amjad Javed, owner of Whiskas juice factory in Lahore, was arrested and sent to jail after registering an FIR against him. But a local court