Monday, 18 December 2017, 03:32:50 pm
KP govt decides to expand BS programme to colleges
The conventional two years B.A/B.Sc programme is scheduled to be closed in all the colleges of the province by the end of 2018.
Police foil terror bid in Bannu
Arms and ammunition recovered.
KP Govt approves allocation of Rs23b for development projects
Meeting also approved amendment in Women Protection Act.
CTD arrests two target killers in DI Khan
They were wanted to police.
Implementation of FATA reforms to usher new era of development: Jhagra
KP Governor says Rs90 billion will be spent on different developmental projects in near future.
Govt spending Rs2b on promotion of Livestock & Dairy Development in KP
Four research centers will be established in Hazara division.
KP govt spending Rs 460m on welfare of special children
Drug Addict Rehabilitation Centre will be established in Swat.
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Political instability main cause of growing terrorism, law & order problems: President
The President called upon educational institutions to prepare a skilled manpower to meet challenges of modern world.
Pakistan spending 8% of national budget to address climate related issues: PM
Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said Pakistan is following the principles therein to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions by twenty percent.
US blame Pakistan for failures against Taliban in Afghanistan: Janjua
Advisor on the National Security retired Lt. General Nasir Khan Janjua has said Pakistan wants restoration of peace in Afghanistan.
PMLN will emerge victorious in 2018 elections: Saad
Says despite all conspiracies, pressure, PML-N govt completed its four and half year tenure.
LHC declares Chairman PEMRA’s appointment as null, void
The Court says appointment was made in violation of rules and regulations.
Dr Fai urges UN to resume credible peace process to resolve Kashmir dispute
He says we ask for no partiality but we do expect that UN uphold principles proclaimed in its Charter for a world order, governed by rule of law.
Court resumes hearing of NAB reference against Dar
Judge Muhammad Bashir is hearing case.