Fatima Jinnah Park: some grey areas need attention Being the largest in the capital, the Fatima Jinnah Park is assumed to be the best facilitated park in Islamabad. Yet, regular visitors to the park believe that the humongous facility is beset with numerous grey areas which the city’s managers need to work upon.
Traders claim compensation for G-9 fire incidentTrade Union of G-9 Markaz has put forward its demand asking for compensation for their losses in the fire incident that took place a couple of days ago which affected their business on a large scale.
500,000 heroin u sers in Pakistan: World Drug Report-2010 “Pakistan has approximately 500,000 heroin users, estimated to have consumed around 19 metric tons (MT) of heroin in 2008,” reveals the recently released World Drug Report (WDR)-2010, released by United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.
AIDS 2010 Heralds Continued Innovation in Global AIDS Response Exciting New Avenues of Research and Policy Drive Expansion of HIV Treatment Access, Use of Antiretroviral to Prevent Infections and Pursuit of a Cure
Mohiudding joins as Member Planning Commission Former Additional Chief Secretary Balochistan and ex-Director General Gwadar Development Authority (GDA), Ghulam Mohiuddin Mari Monday joined Planning Commission as Member infrastructure in the Planning and Development Division.
Rights protections can ensure Universal Access to HIV treatment Release of Important New Research that Could Empower Women to Lower Risk of HIV Infection Highlights the Intersection of Science and Human Rights
Exhibition of miniature painting at Nomad Gallery A remarkable amalgam of skills and aesthetics, the incorporations of the traditional technique of miniature painting into a contemporary imagery, the presentation of seriously perceived and artistically executed ideas, is just a hint of what the exhibition of miniature paintings, has to offer to the art lovers from 21st July to 15th August 2010, at Nomad Gallery F-6/1, Islamabad.
Japanese Park: a masterpiece of negligence Established in 1985 as a gift from Japan for Pakistani children, the Japanese Park -- also known as Play Land -- has been a favourite spot for people of all ages but is currently in a deplorable state for want of maintenance.
Action on climate change will shape future of poor countries Climate change will reverse years of work reducing poverty in the developing world without strong, urgent action, according to a report released today. The Future Climate for Development calls on governments and NGOs to build climate change into their economic development programmes to help low-income countries manage its impacts and seize new opportunities as the world shifts to a low-carbon economy.
Rise in mercury: twin city residents swarm water-resorts
Fruits and vegetables’ price hike – is it the way to welcome Ramadan?
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