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Daily Archives: December 15, 2016

KP govt website defaced by hackers

The official website of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) government was temporarily hacked by a group calling itself the ‘Pashtun Cyber Army’, it emerged Thursday. The hackers defaced kp.gov.pk with a message criticising Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan, whose party governs KP. “Shame on KPK people who elected a party ...

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Yemeni forces pound Saudi positions with artillery shells

The Yemeni army and allied fighters from the Popular Committees have attacked two military bases inside Saudi Arabia, killing at least one Saudi soldier and injuring scores of others. One of the artillery attacks was launched against Saudi positions in Makhrooq area of Jizan province, in which one soldier was killed and three ...

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Pakistan’s first transplant centre opens at SIUT

KARACHI: The country’s first dedicated transplant centre established at the Sindh Institute of Urology and Transplantation (SIUT) was inaugurated on Wednesday. Named after late Suleman Dawood, the 14-storey facility has all transplant-related services under one roof. It has been built at the cost of Rs1.5 billion in four years. “I ...

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Major General Mohammad Saeed appointed DG Rangers Sindh

Major General Mohammad Saeed has been appointed as director general (DG) Pakistan Rangers Sindh, said the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) on Wednesday. The statement added that Major General Nadeem Anjum has been appointed as inspector general Frontier Corps in Balochistan. Both Mohammad Saeed and Nadeem Anjum were promoted to Major ...

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World Bank study questions power billing system

ISLAMABAD: Electricity subsidies continue to benefit the richest households disproportionately, as the correlation between measured power consumption and household welfare is relatively weak, a new World Bank study says. Research contained in the study says that despite cuts in tariffs on heavy users, electricity subsidies continue to be poorly targeted. ...

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