Islamabad-Rawalpindi police devising joint security plan
City ReporterIslamabad—Police officials from twin cities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad on Thursday sat together to chalk out an effective joint security plan and decided elaborate measures to ensure protection to the lives and property of the citizens.
Following the directions from Minister for Interior Ch. Nisar Ali Khan, a meeting of officials of Islamabad and Rawalpindi police as well as Pakistan Rangers was held at Central Police Office Islamabad.
Govt planning to provide free education till SSC
Staff ReporterIslamabad—The minister of State for Education Mr. Muhammad Baligh Ur Rehman said the government is planning to provide free education till SSC level to increase education ratio in the country. He said this while addressing to a gathering at Abasyn university celebrating its first anniversary and opening ceremony of Student’s Week here on Thursday.
Annual Book Fair at Bahria University
City ReporterIslamabad—In order to promote the culture of research collection building, the ‘3rd Annual Book Fair‘ was organized by Bahria University on 11th and 12th December, 2013 at university premises.
The event was inaugurated by the Honorable Rector of Bahria University, Vice Admiral Shahid Iqbal HI (M) (Retired). This event was one of the biggest book fairs ever organized by the university with around twenty one renowned book sellers/ vendors and publishers who had setup their stalls for the university.
Centuries old Chinese Tea Culture
City ReporterIslamabad—A thousand-year old Chinese tradition of brewing a right cup of tea and serve it in a manner to create ambiance of particular culture was showcased at Chinese Tea Culture Program which was arranged by Confucius Institute Islamabad (CII) at National University of Modern Languages (NUML).
Sleep problems common among middle-aged womenALMOST a quarter of middle-aged women report their quality of sleep is less than good, according to a new study. Sleep problems were tied to poor quality of life, chronic illness and medication use, researchers found. The new study adds to earlier research by looking at common sleep problems among women before they hit menopause, according to Dr. Päivi Polo. She led the study at the University of Turku in Finland.