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LAHORE: On Wednesday, Punjab Governor Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar said it was Azadi march leaders ' duty to abide by the agreement and stern action would be taken against those who violate the law.
Throughout the meeting with Punjab Housing Minister Mian Mehmoodur Rasheed, the governor said the people stood with the government of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and the agenda of the opposition to create unrest and instability would be foiled as it was already exposed to the people.
"The PTI govt will complete its constitutional term under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan," he stated. Speaking to various delegations, along with 30-member diplomatic delegation from China and Afghanistan, the governor said that a lasting peace in the region could not be restored until the Kashmir issue was resolved.
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LAHORE: In a case that accused him of delivering hate speech against state institutions, an additional district and sessions judge granted bail to PML-N chief Captain (retd) Safdar.
Former PM Nawaz Sharif's son-in-law was taken into custody a few weeks ago by police near the Ravi Toll Plaza. The court also ordered that Safdar send a Rs200,000 security guarantee.
The accused lawyer Syed Farhad Ali Shah told the court in previous proceedings that the members of PML-N were the target of political victimization.
During the trial, he raised objections alleging that the police had registered an FIR against the accused Safdar Awan despite the fact that delivering a social media speech linked to the Federal Investigation Authority's (FIA) cybercrime unit.
He also told the court of the mala fide motive behind police registration of FIR.
The Lahore Development Authority (LDA) canceled the allocation of 14 Rs400 million residential plots in Johar Town on Wednesday after revoking the excess land exemption.
An LDA spokesman said that after the cancelation of the 10-channel waiver, the authority also took possession of these properties. The land was also transferred to the property account of the town owner.
He pointed out that despite LDA Director General Muhammad Usman Moazzam's orders, LDA Land Development-1 Director Moazzam Rasheed canceled extra land exemption in violation of the principle of exclusion.
"So many plots are in Johar Town's H3 Block. Bear property numbers 289, 290, 291 and 293, measuring one stream, four plots. Whereas, 10 plots have numbers 97, 98, 99, 100, 101, 269, 272, 273, 276 and 277, each with an area of 12 marlas. For more inquiry, the authority also submitted a report to the NAB.
Thursday, when his platelet count reached 40,000, the health of three-time Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif showed improvement.
PML-N supremo has still been admitted to Services Hospital, with no further episodes of chest pain over the past five days, a physician said on anonymity condition.
The wellbeing of the former Premier fell into the danger zone on October 27, when his blood platelet count dropped dramatically from 45,000 to 25,000 within a day, prompting the doctors to quit his heart medication.
In the Al-Azizia corruption case, the Islamabad High Court (IHC) accepted Nawaz's bail plea for medical reasons.
Bail was issued for eight weeks, and the former prime minister was ordered to deposit two Rs2 million security bonds each.
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It appeared that cellular internet was partially shut down across the provincial capital after the Punjab administration directed cellular service providers to do so in an apparent attempt to stop Azadi March attendants from streaming the rally on social media.
Mobilink officially discontinued its internet service completely, while Zong partially shut down its mobile internet network coverage.
After a failure in international submarine cables linking Pakistan, internet services were interrupted throughout the world a day earlier.
However, as the PTCL reported in the morning, the services were restored today, people were unable to access cellular internet.
When got in touch, a cellular service provider confirmed on the condition of anonymity that mobile internet service was blocked throughout the city "in the light of the Punjab government's directives."
Anti-government march participants, seeking Prime Minister Imran Khan's resignation, arrived earlier in the morning in Lahore where supporters welcomed them to Thokar Niaz Baig. Tomorrow after a stopover at Gujar Khan City in Rawalpindi District, the marchers are expected to reach Islamabad.
On Wednesday, 30th October, an accountability court prolonged Punjab Assembly Opposition Leader Hamza Shehbaz's judicial remand in such an ongoing investigation involving the accumulation of over - the-counter wealth.
At the start of the trial, the chairman of the tribunal, Accountability Judge Chaudhry Ameer Khan, asked the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) prosecutor about the status of a formal reference against the accused.
The prosecutor replied that the reference was in a relay and that the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) chief had to approve it.
The court then adjourned the hearing until November 13.
Boundary fires and environmental factors are just the cause of rising levels of pollution in Lahore, Science and Technology Minister Fawad Chaudhry quoted Climate Change Minister Zartaj Gull as telling the federal cabinet the other day.
The Minister of Science and Technology tweeted that "Indian pollution at Wagah is twice as high as Lahore."
In every aspect, he said the government of Narendra Mordi in India is failing, adding that irresponsible governments are a curse.
However, under Section 144(6) CrPC, 1898, the Punjab Home Department has placed a three-month ban on the burning of crop residues, solid municipal waste, plastic and leather products across the province.
Burning crop residue, solid municipal waste, tires, plastic bags, polythene bags, rubber and leather products etc. can produce smog in the rice area, but it can also create human life problems.
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On Wednesday, the Japanese government conferred on the MEXT Alumni Association of Pakistan (MAAP) the 2019 Commendations of the Japanese Foreign Minister in appreciation of their contributions to the promotion of Japan-Pakistan academic relations.
The appreciation was given by Japanese Ambassador Kuninori Matsuda to MAAP — an association of Pakistani alumni of Japanese universities — at a reception on Wednesday night hosted by the envoy at his residence. The award was given to MAAP President Dr. Nasir Khan.
Having received this prestigious award, Ambassador Matsuda congratulated MAAP and other leaders. He added that MAAP representatives have worked with complete commitment to facilitate educational linkages between Japan and Pakistan and that these programs are highly valued by the Japanese government.
"The partnership has played an essential role, functioning as a link between the two countries of friendship and goodwill," said Matsuda. He stressed that the exchange of people-to-people is one of the most significant pillars that sustain Japan-Pakistan friendly relations.
The ambassador stated that Japan is preparing to mark 2022 as the 70th anniversary of Japan-Pakistan diplomatic ties.
In keeping with their agreement with the Sindh government, Karachi Commissioner Iftikhar Shalwani issued a warning to the Chinese companies hired to clean up garbage in the districts.
Shalwani, chairing a meeting in his office on Wednesday to examine the cleanliness situation in the region, warned Chinese companies that if they failed to fulfill their obligations, action would be taken against them under the law.
Sindh Solid Waste Management Board, Managing Director Asif Ikram attended the meeting, attended by all deputy commissioners and all municipal commissioners of district municipal commissions (DMCs), which also addressed the performance of Chinese companies during the recent Sindh government cleanliness drive.
The meeting was also attended by representatives of both the hired Chinese companies.
The commissioner was briefed by Ikram and the deputy commissioners of the districts of West, East and Malir on the failure to implement the contract.
They informed Shalwani that perhaps the companies in the districts for which they were employed did not fulfill their duties of lifting and disposing of garbage.
Seven pupils (at least) were admitted to the Peoples University Medical Hospital after police brought teargas shelling and baton charges against the students of Shaheed Benazir Bhutto University, Nawabshah, leaving more than two dozen of them wounded, including one in critical condition. The incident happened on Wednesday's Nawabshah-Sakrand street.
Some students have been arrested as well.
Thousands of varsity students boycotted classes and organized a sit-in protest calling for a number of services including clean drinking water in the hostels.
"The protest went on for four hours but we were not approached by any official university to listen to our demands," Farhan Brohi and other students deplored while talking to local media. "And suddenly the battalions of the police came down on us, shelling teargas and beating us with batons."
Arsalan Malik, Brohi, Saim Moro and other students claimed they didn't even move the injured students to the hospital. "We took them in private vehicles and public transport to hospitals ourselves," Malik said. The demonstrations later continued at the school, forcing the government to acknowledge 13 of the protestors ' 14 demands.
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The Delhi High Court on Wednesday looked for Center and AAP government's reaction on an appeal looking for that poker and comparable games, played on the web or disconnected, be pronounced betting and, in this manner, illicit.
A seat of Chief Justice DN Patel and Justice C Hari Shankar gave a notice to the Finance Ministry and the Delhi government, requesting that they show their remain on the supplication which has looked for a prohibition on poker and comparative games like rummy, scaffold and high schooler patti.
The court recorded the appeal, documented by an attorney, for hearing on November 28 alongside another comparable issue. A week ago, the seat had declined to engage a similar supplication by the candidate, Deepti Bhagat, as she had been not able clarify what a poker game was.
A US-bound traveler was secured by CISF faculty at the Delhi air terminal on Wednesday for supposedly conveying eight live slugs in his stuff, an authority said. A Central Industrial Security Force official, deputed at Terminal-3 of the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) to examine things, identified slug like items while checking the sack of Indian national Tejinder Singh, he said. "Eight live shot rounds of .32mm bore were recouped from the traveler who should take a trip to San Francisco," the authority said. The traveller was not permitted to board the flight and was given over to the Delhi Police as he couldn't create any report for conveying the ammo, he included.
One member of the community offered a shrewd assessment during a meeting about how to transform a street corner for young children in the neighborhood of Belmont (West Philadelphia). As a result, the Belmont family, the Infant and Child Laboratory of the University of the Temple and the designer Itai Palti worked to create a vibrant research space directly in families. In the old street corner of the city now there are games that include images of Martin Luther King Jr. and other figures behind the benches on the back wall, where people wait to board the bus.
Hopscotch is drawn on the pavement, deliberately created to facilitate pulse regulation and animals and other characters are concealed in the area, with signs that enable conversing and telling stories between the caretakers and children. In addition to finding the corner an act of friendly and enticing revenge for parents, work conducted by the Children & Children Laboratory with funding from the William Penn Foundation has facilitated more of the styles of day-to-day interactions that promote children's education.
Philadelphia is a significant, early example of how a city works across various sectors and jurisdictions to add creative learning opportunities to the city's architecture and scenery— known through the wider Creative Training Landscapes project. Some of these ideas are included in a new report by the Center for Universal Education and some key proposals to establish an interactive education trend.
Creative Learning Landscapes — and this study focuses— seeks not only to conceive about emulation of a particular building, but also to integrate creative learning concepts and architecture into the common activities of industry, the state, and other organizations. Just as when a town establishes a crossroads, it is designed for visually impaired people. The case study in Philadelphia validated three classes of core insights — focused on scaling up frames, techniques, and thinking — and reinforced by applicable examples from other societal developments.
This illustrates the fundamental role of regional leaders, collaborations and active participation in the creation of a creative education environment throughout the region. This defines approaches that sustainable broaden the playful learning opportunities, including the encouragement of dynamic transition in an extension into new places for playful learning programs, and adjust practices to regional environments without losing key scientific principles that contribute to effects.
It concludes that collective action between policymakers, implementer, founders, and researchers to tackle the three guidelines will help children develop the skills needed to live a good, stable and productive life by transforming daily experiences into creative learning opportunities. This report concludes.