DPC long march portrays sentiments of nation: Mahenti
Karachi—Ameer Jamaat-e Islami Karachi Muhammad Hussain Mahenti has said that the Difa-e Pakistan Council had truly represented sentiments of 180 million people of the country by producing the Long March.
The Long March again proved that they were the ruler that could sell out the prestige of the country but the people would not accept their move for their vested interests.
JI would end load-shedding in 6 months: Fareed
Karachi—Jamaat-e Islami Pakistan spokesperson Dr Fareed Ahmed Paracha has said that Jamaat-e Islami after forming its government in the country would eliminate corruption that amounted to Rs. 850 billon annually, Interest amounting to Rs 800 billion, Tax pilferage amounting to Rs 1150 billion and embezzlement in Zakat fund amounting to Rs 250 billion and would spend that huge sum of money on people’s welfare.
He said this while addressing a gathering under Islamic Revolution in Kakri Ground in Liyari. Raja Sultan Arif, Maulana Ataullah and members of Liyari Elders Committee were present.
Biochemistry Dept celebrates golden jubilee
Karachi—In consideration to the recent trends in Biochemistry, study of diverse fields in this discipline is mandatory. This was stated by the Vice-Chancellor of Karachi University, Prof. Dr. Muhammad Qaiser.
He was speaking as chief guest at the inaugural session of the moot held here on Monday in connection with the golden jubilee of the University’s Department of Biochemistry.
KMC constitutes Road Safety Coordination Committee
Karachi—Administrator Karachi Muhammad Hussain Syed has issued order for the formation of a ten members Road Safety Coordination Committee with the Metropolitan Commissioner, KMC Matanat Ali Khan as its Chairman.
The other members of committee include Senior Director, TCD, Muhammad Ather, Director General Technical Services Altaf G. Memon, DG, Mass Transit Rasheed Mughal, Senior Director Health Services Dr. Nasir Javed, Chairman Urban & Infra. Depat., NED, UET, Program Manager RTIR&PC, Representative of Media, DIG, Traffic / Representative and any other member coopted by the Chair.
Egg for breakfast ‘best way to fight flab’
EGGS are the best way to start the day for those who want to lose weight. A major UK review of studies into the effects of eating eggs has found that egg contains a powerful ingredient that can help to cut the amount of calories people go on to eat at lunch and dinner.
Scientists say boiled, fried, poached or scrambled, eggs keep people fuller for longer compared with other common breakfast foods. This appears to help people who are desperately trying to resist tempting but naughty afternoon snacks such as biscuits, cake or chocolate.