A high-level inquiry committee formed by the Punjab government to investigate allegations of authorities’ inaction to check instances of child sex abuse and blackmailing by a gang in Husain Khanwala and other villages in Kasur district concluded that reports of child molestation are baseless.
Senior minister of the Punjab government, Rana Sanaullah, while talking to . . . → Read More: THE RAPE AND VIDEO TAPING OF KIDS, OR IS IT A CASE OF A LAND DISPUTE?
A MoU was signed between the Punjab government and the China Machinery Engineering Corporation (CMEC) for mechanical mining of indigenous coal in Salt Range here on Sunday.
Secretary Minerals Dr Arshad Mahmood signed the MoU on behalf of the Punjab government while Vice President Jingkai on behalf of the CMEC. Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif . . . → Read More: China machinery engineering corporation signed deal for indigenous coal in energy sector
The Shahnaz Sheikh Hockey Stadium in Rawalpindi will be ready to host international tournaments by the end of this year when an astrotruf and a pavilion will be constructed.
Talking to APP, Olympian Shahnaz Sheikh, who is also the national team coach, said the Punjab government . . . → Read More: New National Hockey Stadium to be completed soon
Determined to quell the protests of Tahirul Qadri and his supporters, the Punjab government — with, surely, the backing of the prime minister — has raised the stakes alarmingly.
A siege mentality combined with a reckless willingness to use the coercive power of the state against political opponents left the provincial capital, Lahore, in a . . . → Read More: Protecting the democracy undemocratically
LAHORE: The Punjab government’s attempt to set world record of singing national anthem by maximum people has been postponed due to potential security threat.
The provincial government sources revealed that there was red alert threat to easy and soft target of school and college children at the Punjab University New Campus venue.
. . . → Read More: Punjab world record attempt postponed due to security threat
The provincial government, announcing to observe March 8 this year as Women Empowerment Day, has passed the Punjab Commission on the Status of Women Bill 2013, at the Punjab Assembly.
The bill aims at giving more opportunities of socio-economic development to women and eliminating all kinds of discriminations against them.
. . . → Read More: A major achievement for women of Pakistan’s Punjab
By Sarah Eleazar
The upcoming local bodies’ election in Punjab has recently stirred a lot of controversy. The provincial assembly’s opposition benches have moved a petition against the Local Government Act 2013 claiming that holding party-less elections is a ruse by the ruling party to hijack the peoples’ mandate. It would turn the election in . . . → Read More: Local governments- a stage for political machinations?
Malik Ishaq enjoyed Punjab government’s financial assistance ever since the Sharif’s came to power in 2008, officials on condition of anonymity told The Express Tribune.
The accused terror kingpin belonging to banned Sunni outfit Lashkar-e-Jhangvi (LeJ), nominated in 44 cases in which 70 people were killed, allegedly received a monthly stipend, during imprisonment, from the . . . → Read More: Punjab Govt supporting LeJ’s Malik Ishaq
By Mansoor Malik
LAHORE: The Punjab government has allocated Rs31.307 billion current and development budget for education sector for the financial year 2012-13, raising it by 15.35 per cent against current financial year allocation of Rs27.141 billion.
. . . → Read More: Elite schools in Punjab to reserve 10% seats for underprivileged students
LAHORE: Human rights activist and prominent lawyer Asma Jahangir has accused “high-level security authorities” of having made a plan for her assassination. But she said at a press conference here on Tuesday that “I am not afraid nor will I leave the country”.
. . . → Read More: Asma Jahangir reveals assassination threat