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Japan’s lucrative offer for Pak workforce, professionals

By Ansar Mahmood Bhatti

ISLAMABAD, MAR 19 (DNA) – SHINDO Yusuke, Deputy Chief of Mission/Minister of the Embassy of Japan has said Japan was keen to invite more and more Pakistani skilled and semi-skilled workers/professionals with a view to promoting and strengthening bilateral bonds and overcoming the ageing Japanese population.

Mr. Shindo further said Japanese government greatly values its relations with Pakistan adding Japanese markets offered a lot of opportunities to Pakistani workforce.

Rawalpindi restaurant offers Matka Biryani to food lovers

Owner got the idea while visiting a Karachi food street

RAWALPINDI, – A local restaurant in Rawalpindi has introduced Matka Biryani for food lovers. Cooked in a pot, this special biryani does not have potatoes.Other ingredients include boiled rice, coriander, spices and salad

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Shahid Khaqan Abbasi successfully operated at private hospital

ISLAMABAD, Dec 28 (DNA): Former prime minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has
been successfully operated owing to his gallbladder pain at a private
hospital.According to family sources, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N)
leader was shifted to his personal room in the hospital where he also
met his family.

Time to lift ban on student unions by Muhammad Arshid

  Students’ union is need of hour in colleges and universities because it is a significant part of university administration as an imperative instrument for overall political development. It has been emphasized that the university is a form of educational institution uniquely created for the overall development and its students should be uniquely organized in form of union so that universities could perform their developmental roles. Students union remains the highest embodiment of structures that are capable of molding university students into future leaders for the development of the country, irrespective of the formal degrees that the students obtain from university. Any university administration that must help its country to achieve its overall socio political goals needs necessarily allow organization of students in forms of unions as several political actors in international politics today can trace their political socialization to students union.

Islamabad: Toll reach three as two more Azadi March protesters die

ISLAMABAD (DNA) – Two more protesters of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl’s (JUI-F) Azadi March on Wednesday morning have lost their lives in Islamabad, taking the toll to three.According to details, Maulana Saifullah suffered a heart attack at the time of Tahajjud whereas Molvi Akhtar Muhammad died of illness.Earlier, 55-year-old Larkana resident Abdul Kareem Jan felt a heart attack and was rushed to Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) where doctors declared him dead on arrival.