Daily Archives: May 6, 2017

Sindh government launches education policy

Sindh government launches education policy | pakistantribe.com

KARACHI – The Sindh government on Saturday launched Childhood Care and Education Policy (ECCE) first time in Sindh in a ceremony at the local hotel.

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French candidate Macron terms email leak as ‘massive hack’

French candidate Macron says email leak as 'massive hack' | pakistantribe.com

FRANCE – Expected French President Emmanuel Macron told on Saturday that the massive computer hack was used to dump his campaign just before 24 hours of the elections, it was a fine propaganda to turn the table against him.

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CM Sindh offers setting up journalists’ training academy

CM Sindh offers setting up journalists’ training academy | pakistantribe.com

KARACHI – The Sindh government is ready to establish a Journalists’ Training Academy at Karachi University if media houses and senior journalists extend support.

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Punjab government announces summer vacations 2017

Summer vacations 2017 in Sindh rescheduled | Pakistantribe.com

LAHORE – Punjab government has announced the schedule for summer vacations which would start on May 22.

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Mujahideen attack police party in J&K huge two dead several injured

Mujahideen attack police party in J&K huge two dead several injured | pakistantribe.com

NEW DEHLI – Restlessness in Indian-held Kashmir continues as policeman man and two civilians shoot dead and many injured in the recent attack of Mujahideen on Police officers in South Kashmir on Saturday.

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FIA busts illegal kidney transplant clinic in Lahore

FIA busts illegal kidney transplant clinic in Lahore | pakistantribe.com

LAHORE – A doctor was arrested on Saturday for running an illegal kidney transplant clinic situated in Bahria Town.

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Larkana: PPP protests water shortage and load-shedding

Larkana: PPP protests water shortage and load-shedding | pakistantribe.com

LARKANA – Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP) Sindh arranged a protest rally and staged a sit-in against acute water shortages and electricity and gas load shedding in Larkana.

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Johnson & Johnson ordered to pay $110mil over cancer risk

Johnson & Johnson ordered to pay $110mil over cancer risk | pakistantribe.com

 A jury in Missouri reportedly ordered Johnson & Johnson to award over $110 million to Lois Slemp who alleged the company of failing to mention the risk of cancer in baby powder and other products.

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Government to cut salaries of CPEC employees by 33pc

Government to cut salaries of CPEC employees by 33pc | pakistantribe.com

ISLAMABAD – The federal government of Pakistan on Saturday announced to cut the income of contractually based employees hired for the various project of China`-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) after the denial statement of paying salary made by the finance ministry.

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Sindh govt denied providing land for Cricket Academy: Shahid Afridi

Sindh government denied to give land for Cricket academy | pakstantribe.com

KARACHI – Star all-rounder of Pakistan,  Shahid Afridi said that he has been asking Sindh Government for land since long but it denied to provide, he said that ‘If I were a coward than I would not have taken the responsibility of World Cup 2011 defeat.”

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