Strategy prepared to deal with law and order situation: Qaim

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Karachi—Karachi is an important city and the economic hub of the country while it is the endeavour of the present government to maintain a peaceful atmosphere in the province without any discrimination or favour, particularly in Karachi. This was observed by Sindh Chief Minister, Syed Qaim Ali Shah, while presiding over a high level meeting on law and order at the Chief Minister House here on Wednesday evening. He said that it was previously decided that law enforcement agencies will take action against criminals across the board, so that no one should feel that any injustice was done with them.

Haroon calls for differentiating between friends, foes

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Karachi—This is high time that Pakistan learns to distinguish between its friends and foes, said Ambassador Hussain Haroon, Pakistan Representative to UNO. Addressing a press conference at his residence on Thursday, he said situation evolving in the neighborhood of the country demanded a pragmatic approach vis a vis the world power as well as with its neighbours respectively.

Speakers call for capacity building of pharmacy

Karachi—Pharmacy needs capacity building and its rightful place in health scenario in Pakistan, said speakers at the the national conference on Pharmacy organised by Dow College of Pharmacy, Dow University of Health Sciences (DUHS) on Thursday. Senator Haseeb Khan the chief guest on the occasion said pharmacists are an integral part of health delivery system and without them the goal of health for all cannot be achieved.

Ambassador of Republic of Korea calls on CM

Karachi—The Ambassador of the Republic of Korea, Choong Joo Choi, on Thursday called on Chief Minister Sindh, Syed Qaim Ali Shah, at the CM House here. He was accompanied by the Consul General of Korea at Karachi, In Ki Lee. The Chief Minister welcomed the Ambassador of Korea and said that cordial relations between both Pakistan and Korea would be strengthened further with the passage of time. He said that trade and economic ties would also enhance in the larger interest of Government and people of both countries.

Energy drinks can cause irreversible damage to teeth

CONSUMPTION of sports and energy drinks, which is increasing especially among adolescents, is causing irreversible damage to teeth-specifically, the high acidity levels in the drinks erode tooth enamel, the glossy outer layer of the tooth- say researchers including one of an Indian origin. And energy drinks are twice as likely to destroy enamel than sports drinks. “Young adults consume these drinks assuming that they will improve their sports performance and energy levels and that they are ‘better’ for them than soda,” said Poonam Jain, BDS, MS, MPH, lead author of the study.


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