Wassan warns of action against corrupt officials
Irfan AligiKarachi—Sindh Minister for anti-corruption Establishment ACE), Prisons and Mines and Minerals Manzoor Husain Wassan said that 183 cases of corruption were registered against the corrupt official and other staffers of which 113 cases had so far been rendered open, challan against 160 were submitted in court while court had given verdicts in 6 cases.
Health, hygiene in college curriculumKarachi—Speakers on Wednesday suggested urgent incorporation of health and hygiene, with specific reference to disease prevention, in the school and college curriculum of the province.
JI will attain astonishing results in LB polls
Staff ReporterKarachi—Jamaat-e Islami (JI) will definitely attain the astonishing results in Local Bodies (LB) elections through an effective strategy.
This was stated by JI Karachi Chief Hafiz Naeem-ur-Rehman while addressing a meeting of party nazims at all level, organised at Idara-e Noor-e Haq in connection with the arrangements being continued for LB elections and public contact campaign.
Civil tradition, role of tibbi physicians
Observer ReportKarachi—Shaheed Hakim Mohammed Said was the last representative of Delhi’s Muslim civilization and culture, which was a symbol of human feelings and sympathy but was suddenly disappeared from there in 1947.
Study says many lung cancer tumours prove harmlessA PROVOCATIVE study found that nearly 1 in 5 lung tumours detected on CT scans are probably so slow-growing that they would never cause problems. Dr. Steven Birnbaum works with a patient in a CT scanner at Southern New Hampshire Medical Centre in Nashua, N.H.- AP These were not false-positives — suspicious results that turn out upon further testing not to be lung cancer, the world’s No. 1 cause of cancer deaths. These were indeed cancerous tumours, but ones that caused no symptoms and were unlikely ever to become deadly, the researchers said. Still, the results are not likely to change how doctors treat lung cancer.