President’s Secretariat and Several govt departments on IESCO’s Defaulters list

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Islamabad Electric Supply Company(IESCO) have issued a list of defaulters who have outstanding dues to be Payed to IESCO. These defaulters include Government ministries and several other government and semi-government departments. The remaining dues on part of these departments are individually tens to millions and together they make hundreds of millions. These defaulters include but … Continue reading President’s Secretariat and Several govt departments on IESCO’s Defaulters list




CNG dealers go on strike today in Islamabad Rawalpindi Region

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This strike have been announced by the all Pakistan association of CNG Dealers and is being observed in Rawalpindi, Islamabad, Attock, Jehlam, Gujjar Khan and all areas adjacent to these areas. The strike will be effective from the Monday mid night to the Tuesday mid night. Strike is being observed against the government’s decision of … Continue reading CNG dealers go on strike today in Islamabad Rawalpindi Region




Thirty thousand more troops for Afghanistan being considered by US

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Seems like some brain storming is going on the US strategy by US president Obama and the possibilities being considered also include sending 30000 more troops to the Afghanistan. Earlier it was recommended by the Commander of US and Nato Forces in Afghanistan Gen Stanley that no more than 40000 troops should be sent to … Continue reading Thirty thousand more troops for Afghanistan being considered by US




Village of 100 houses fully Destroyed by Taliban Militants

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In reaction to the on going operation against militants in South Waziristan Taliban militants destroyed the whole village. Village was having about 100 houses in it, all are destroyed to the ground. Additionally Taliban were involved in target killings and kidnappings in same village to hold some cards when they will be fighting with the … Continue reading Village of 100 houses fully Destroyed by Taliban Militants




Clocks across the country back to normal time

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Government of Pakistan had introduced the Day Light Saving (DLS) time back in April 15, 09 for this year to overcome the prevailing power shortage. Now after six and half months after the DLS time was introduced the clocks all over the country are now back to normal time. As in winter sun rise timings … Continue reading Clocks across the country back to normal time




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