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OIC backs statement of Arab Coalition on death of children in Yemen

The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has backed the statement issued on Monday by the Arab Coalition in Support of the Legitimacy in Yemen refuting some false information in the report of the United Nations Secretary General on children who lo...

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Shafqat Jalil assigned PIO

Shafqat Jalil, Additional Secretary (BS-21), Information and Broadcasting Division, Islamabad, is assigned to look after the work of the vacant post of Director General/Principal Information Officer, Press Information Department.He is assigned the pos...

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Syria: thousands of civilians fled to safer areas along border

In Syria, thousands of civilians have fled to safer areas along the border with Jordan and Israel after Syrian army continued pounding rebel-held areas in the southwest.Meanwhile, the United States has told Syrian rebel factions they should not expect ...

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Complaint cell being established in KP for elections: Caretaker CM

Caretaker Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Dost Muhammad Khan says Complaint and Response Cell is being established to receive public complaints during the upcoming general elections.This he said while presiding over a review meeting in Peshawar regar...

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Pakistan’s Anam Amin enters to top five in T20 rankings

According to International Cricket Council Women's T20 Rankings for bowlers Pakistan's Anam Amin entered into the top five.The left-arm spinner, Amin rose a remarkable 13 places to be fifth. The rankings came after her performance in the Women's T20 As...

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Water position in Indus River improved: Fazal

Sindh caretaker Chief Minister Fazal-ur-Rehman has directed Irrigation department to take strict action against water theft by registering FIR so that water could be provided to the tail-enders.

He took this decision while presiding over a joint meeting of Agriculture & Irrigation departments at the Chief Minister House in Karachi.

The Chief Minister said that the water position in the Indus River has improved to some extent but its benefits have not trickled down to the small growers, particularly the tail-enders.

He said this is the issues of management and distribution of water and said that shortages should also be shared by the all the growers and the people living at the head of canals.

The Chief Minister also directed the police department to support and cooperate with Irrigation officials in stopping water theft by registering cases.

Source: Radio Pakistan

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