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Calligraphic exhibition at PNCA to begin on Friday

Islamabad: The Cultural Consulate, Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Islamabad in collaboration with the National Council of Arts & National Languages Promotion Department (NLPD) and National History & Literary Heritage Division. Govt. of Pakistan, has planned to arrange an Calligraphic art exhibition of Iran & Pakistan at PNCA, …

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Federal Secretary IT & Telecom visits HQ SCO

Rawalpindi: (Parliament Times) Federal Secretary IT & Telecom Mr. Maroof Afzal visits HQ Special Communications Organization (SCO) today. DG SCO Major General Ali Farhan HI (M) and higher officials welcomed the honorable guest. During his visit he was given a detailed briefing on all SCO matters including Pak China Optical …

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Executive Committee meeting of FGE Housing Foundation held

Islamabad: (Parliament Times) 157th Executive Committee meeting of Federal Government Employees Housing Foundation was held under the chairmanship of Secretary Housing and Works, Director General Housing Foundation Mr. Waseem Hayat Bajwa briefed on the projects of the Foundation. The Executive Committee decided that the allotees of F-14/15 should deposit 1st …

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Photo exhibition to mark Kashmir Solidarity Day kicked off at RAC

Rawalpindi: (PR) A one photographic exhibition to observe Kashmir Solidarity Day kicked off on Monday. The exhibition has been organized to highlight the Kashmir issue at international forums and raise awareness about the human rights violation and brutality by Indian forces in Kashmir. Senior political and social figures Hamid Nawaz …

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IESCO announces power suspension schedule for today

Islamabad: (PR) Islamabad Electric Supply Company (IESCO) on Monday while issuing power suspension schedule said that due to inventible system up gradation/ maintenance electricity supply to below mentioned feeders/areas will remain suspended on Tuesday as per below mentioned schedule: On 06 February 2019, 09:00am to 03:00pm, Akal Garh, Islam Garh …

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IHC bar association annual election schedule issued

Islamabad: Schedule for annual election of Islamabad High court (IHC) Bar Association has been issued. Islamabad high court Bar election will be held on 23 February and nomination papers will be filled from Feb 04 to 06. List of eligible candidates will be displayed on Feb 16. Raja Faisal Younis …

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RTP decides to launch operation against sub standard cylinders in schools vans

Rawalpindi: Rawalpindi Traffic Police (RTP) has decided to launch an operation against the poor quality CNG Cylinders fitted in the pick and drop vans of educational institutions and public service transport. Traffic Police has said that drivers and owners should attain fitness certificates of cylinders fitted in their vehicles after …

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IESCO announces power suspension schedule for today

Islamabad: (PR) According to Islamabad Electric Supply Company (IESCO)’s spokesman, due to inventible system up gradation/ maintenance on 04 February 2019 electricity supply to below mentioned feeders/areas will be suspended according to the mentioned schedule: On 04 February 2019, 10:00am to 04:00pm, Shamas Colony, Golra, P&T Wani, CWO, Azharabad, Quaid-e-Azam …

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CDA decides on neglected sectors

ISLAMABAD: Capital Development Authority (CDA) has decided to focus on thus far neglected sectors. In this connection a CDA team comprising Member engineering and relevant directors lead by the chairman CDA visited I-14, I-15 and I-16 sectors. The sector I-14 has serious access problems as well as issues of services. …

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SCO embarked another milestone achievement in its glorious history of 43 years

ISLAMABAD: (Parliament Times) SCO has embarked upon another milestone achievement in its glorious history of about 43 years when Pak-China OFC link has been made operational for carrying commercial traffic from China to international destinations. The commercial traffic on the recently commissioned link is being carried from Urumqi (China) to …

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