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Tuesday, December 22, 2015

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Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Residents seen running into burning Dubai building to save belongings



DUBAI // Witnesses have described the sense of panic as their neighbours fled from fire that swept through the Al Shamsi building in Deira on Monday night.
Emergency crews spent much of Tuesday hosing down the still smoking building that burst into flames at about 5.20pm, to guard against further fires.
Everyone escaped unhurt but some who returned home from work risked their lives to enter the building to rescue important documents and prized possessions.
Some of the people left without anywhere to go have been handed a lifeline as 48 families will be relocated.
Civil Defence were on the scene near the Abu Baker Al Siddique Metro Station within minutes, as concern grew that the blaze could spread to the Emarat petrol station on Salahuddin Road, escalating the crisis into a disaster.
About 280 guests staying at the adjacent Movenpick Hotel Deira were evacuated as a precaution.
Irtenz, 34, from the Philippines, lives in Block C of the building, next to where the main fire broke out, and said at least 15 flats have been destroyed.
“The fire started in Block B at about 5.20-5.30pm. When I came back from work I saw the smoke in the building next door and went upstairs as I thought my friends were still upstairs in their flat. I wanted to warn them,” she said.
“I shouted their names but nobody replied. When I came out of the flat, I could see the flames on the second floor on the front side.
“It was scary. There was one guy who came into the building and was running upstairs.
“I warned him not to go but still he went up. The fire was spreading quickly. I had stayed just five minutes to collect some things and it had moved very fast.”
Her neighbour, Richelle, 30, also from the Philippines, was not at home when the fire broke out but admitted that she had a lucky escape, as she lives on the fourth floor.
“I had my documents in a bag, so I grabbed it and ran,” she said.
“There are about 15 other people living in four rooms in my building. We are still trying to contact the building company to help us find somewhere to live.
“We will stay with friends for a couple of days. We have had to wait until we can go back into the building to see what possessions we can save.”
The owner of the building, Hamad Al Shamsi, along with Dubai Police, have relocated 48 families to hotels.
Brig Mohammed Al Murr, director of the police Human Rights Department, said of the fire-ravaged building: “The cooling process is ongoing, and none of the residents are allowed in for their safety and so there is no tampering with any evidence that can reveal the cause of the fire.”
Meanwhile, a Civil Defence spokesman said that 24 units were burned completely while the others were affected by the smoke. However, he added that it was necessary to relocate all residents.
Brig Ali Ghanem, director of the Al Muraqqabat police station, said: “The fire affected the whole building. Evidence needs to be collected by the relevant experts, after which the damage can be properly assessed.”
It is understood the fire was finally extinguished at about 3am but crews remained on the scene to continue the damping down of the building.
Hotel worker Jeffrey, from the Philippines, lived in the front side of the building and sounded the alarm to his neighbours. His apartment has been completely burnt out.
“When I saw the smoke coming from the building from B block and C block, I called everyone to get out and to run away,” he said.
“It was very fierce. Lots of the ladies were crying, they had lost their homes.”
Hundreds of motorists and commuters were affected, with the Metro’s Green Line shut down “for the safety of passengers” and Salahuddin Road blocked off in both directions.
The Roads and Transport Authority tweeted early on Tuesday morning that the metro service was back up and running.
“RTA announced the return of service on the Dubai Metro green line to normal and that is after the temporary suspension of service from Abu Hail station to Union Station due to a fire outbreak in a nearby building,” the tweet read.
The nearby Crowne Plaza hotel was undamaged by the fire and continued operating normally.
Anke Glaessing, general manager at the Movenpick Hotel Deira, had completed a practise evacuation with Civil Defence just days before the fire.
“Evacuation drills are something we have to do twice a year,” she said.
“We saw the fire and realised it could be a problem because of the petrol station, not just the fire itself. We got all the guests out very quickly.
“It took us just 10 minutes to evacuate.”
Forensic investigation work was continuing on Tuesday, although a cause has yet to be identified.

Pakistan's First Female Fighter Pilot Killed in Trainer Crash

ISLAMABAD — Pakistan's first female fighter pilot died today when a twin-seat fighter aircraft crashed in Punjab province on a training mission.
A statement from the Pakistan Air Force soon after the crash said "an FT-7PG aircraft, while on a routine operational training mission, crashed near Kundian (Mianwali). Both the pilots of the aircraft ejected safely and [have] been rescued. No loss of civilian life and property has been reported on ground. A board of inquiry has been ordered by Air Headquarters to determine the cause of accident."
However, it was later reported that Flying Officer Marium Mukhtiar died of injuries sustained on ejection.
Flying Officer Mukhtiar was the subject of a report by the BBC early in 2014 that covered her decision to join the PAF as a fighter pilot. Pakistan has only had female fighter pilots since 2006.
Defense News was unable to obtain more details from the PAF's Director of Media Affairs Air Commodore Muhammad Ali as further information was unavailable in the early stages of the aftermath of the crash.


Saturday, November 14, 2015

Four Kohat doctors held for dereliction of duty

KOHAT: The police on Saturday arrested four doctors after a local court rejected their application for extension in the bail before arrest plea.


The police arrested the four accused doctors of the Liaqat Woman and Children Hospital, Kohat, including Dr Barkat Ali, Dr Raza Ali, Dr Abdul Haq and Dr Walidur Rehman from the court premises.

The doctors appeared in person before the Additional District and Sessions Judge Irshad Ahmad Khan for hearing to their plea for extension in bail before arrest.

The court turned down their application for extension in the protective bail and ordered their arrest.

It to mention here, that the accused had been nominated in a case for negligence in the line of duty and destroying the facts in a child sexual abuse case.


The accused had obtained a bail before arrest from the local court and were seeking extension in the bail.

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

RAIN, SNOWFALL IN UPCOUNTRY LIKELY


Wednesday, November 11, 2015 - Islamabad—Rain with snowfall over the hills is expected at isolated places of the country while dry weather to continue elsewhere in the country during next 24 hours. 

Rainfall is expected at upper KP Malakand, Hazara, Mardan Kohat, Peshawar divisions, upper FATA, Bajaur, Mohmand, Khyber and Kurram Agencies, Zhob, Quetta, Rawalpindi divisions, Islamabad, Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan.

Met office  reported that a westerly wave is affecting upper and western parts of the country and likely to persist durin g the next 2-3 days. In  last 24 hours rain occurred at isolated places in upper KP, upper Punjab, upper FATA, Gilgit-Baltistan and Kashmir.

Rainfall recorded during last 24 hours was Para-chinar 46 mm, Malamjabba 15mm, Dir 8mm, Garhi Dupatta  8mm, Khuzdar 6mm, Muzaffarabad 6mm, Pattan 6mm, Saidu Sharif 5mm, Kohat 5mm, Quetta (Samungli) 5mm, Balakot 4mm, Quetta (Sheikh Manda) 4mm, Rawalakot 4 mm, Peshawar City 3mm, Kakul 2mm, Bannu 2mm, Kotli 2mm, Peshawar A/P 2mm, Astore  1mm, Barkhan 1mm, Cherat 1mm, D.G.Khan 1mm, Kasur=1mm, Murree 1mm, Skardu 1mm and Okara 1 mm.


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Thursday, August 20, 2015

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The provincial government has launched a new solid waste recycling plant to bring pollution down to a minimum.
This was stated in a handout issued on Monday. According to the document, this will be the second recycling plant in the country once it is made operational.
Why Kohat?
“Kohat produces about 100 tonnes of waste per day,” read the statement. “If the waste produced by the cantonment area is added, it increases to 150 tonnes.” According to the handout, the waste production will reach 400 tonnes a day by 2045 due to the ever-increasing population of the district. “As of now, the city spends roughly Rs3,000 per tonne to dispose of the waste,” it added.
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The plant will recycle up to 500 tonnes or more of waste per day. It will also produce urea and manufacture plastic products for daily use.
The plan
The project will be made operational in two years. It is being built about six kilometres away from the city in Muhammadzai union council of PK-38 Kohat-II.
The cost of the project is about Rs180 million. About Rs80 million have been allotted for the first phase of the project, which will be completed by June 2016.
Some 432,000 square feet of land has already been acquired for the project, according to the handout. In the second phase, machinery will be installed and that will cost about Rs100 million.
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Monday, May 25, 2015

Corruption case: Ehtesab Commission retains custody of MPA’s father

PESHAWAR: 
The Ehtesab Commission has obtained a further three-day physical custody of Noor Daraz Khattak, father of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf MPA Gul Sahib Khan. Khattak was arrested in a corruption case relating to alleged illegal appointments and contracts during his tenure as town municipal officer of Town 1 and 3.


Khattak was presented before judge Hayat Ali Shah on Monday, who was informed that the accused was arrested in a land grabbing case in Kohat. However, Khattak was later also named in another case related to alleged illegal appointments.
Additional Prosecutor General Qazi Babar Arshad told the court the case needs further investigation and holding Khattak in custody for a longer period of time would prove beneficial.
The court accepted the appeal and granted the commission custody of Khattak for three more days.
He was arrested in a land scam worth Rs250 million. During a government investigation, it was found that he was actively involved in the scam as a principal beneficiary and had grabbed 150 kanals of land.
Meanwhile, PHC adjourned a case hearing against the Ehtesab Commission Act 2014 till June 2. The case was adjourned by a division bench of Justice Waqar Ahmad Seth and Justice Roohul Amin Khan.
Gul Sahib Khan of PTI had challenged the act, asking the court to declare it ultra-vires and strike it down for being in conflict with National Accountability Bureau Ordinance 1999 and Anti-Corruption Act.
The court was also requested to declare the arrest and all proceedings in Khan’s father’s case illegal.
In the petition, the court was told that Khattak was arrested on April 17 in a corruption case without the disclosure of lawful reason of his arrest.
The petition raised several questions about the act. It asked, “whether K-P Ehtesab Act 2014 could be brought into service in the presence of NAO 1999 and ACE 1947,” and “whether any person arrested could be detained without being informed of the grounds for such arrest as enshrined in Article 10 of the Constitution.”
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Monday, May 18, 2015

ECP serves notice to Imran Khan for violating election code of conduct

ISLAMABAD: 
The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP)’s on Monday issued notices to Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan to explain why he and his party had announced just days ahead of local government elections in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (K-P), which are due on May 30.

In addition to the notice to the PTI chief to appear in person on May 21, it directed PTI MNA and MPAs from indulging in acts that constitute pre-poll rigging and violation of the electoral body’s code of conduct.
The notice was issued after a petition was filed by a candidate running for Tehsil Council in Haripur, claiming that the PTI had announced rallies, to be headlined by Imran Khan, in various parts of the province ahead of polls.
The PTI had recently issued a programme of rallies whereby  Imran is scheduled to visit Mansehra, Abbottabad and Haripur on May 19; Mardan, Kohat and Bannu on May 21; Dir, Malakhand, Swat and Buner on May 23; while Swabi, Charsada, Peshawar and Nowshera on May 26.
The ECP had recently amended its code of conduct for elections, barring all parliamentary members, the prime minister, cabinet members as well as senators from taking part in election campaigns of candidates running in any elections.
A notification issued by the ECP two weeks ago, read, “After the issuance of schedule of by-elections, the President, Prime Minister, Chairman/Deputy chairman Senate, Speakers of Assemblies, Federal Ministers and Advisors to the Prime Minister and the Chief Minister, Provincial Ministers and Advisors to the Prime Minister and the Chief Minister, Members of the National Assembly/Provincial Assembly and other public office holders will neither visit the area of any constituency nor shall openly or in secret give any subscription or donation or make promise for giving such subscription or donation to any institution of a constituency, nor shall inaugurate, commit to undertake or announce any development project of a candidate of his choice and thereby influence the results of election”.
ECP officials told The Express Tribune that while there is no bar on MNAs and MPAs from visiting their constituencies, but they cannot announce any development schemes or make any such pledges.
ECP has been minutely observing party activities and their leaders such that they could not influence results of the forthcoming by-polls but the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) skilfully dodged the poll body last week.
By-elections are scheduled for June 8 in NA-108 (Mandi Bahauddin) and PP-196 (Multan) in Punjab and PK-56 (Mansehra) in K-P.
PTI chairman had recently addressed a rally in Multan last week and prompted the commission to look into the matter but found that the party had skilfully avoided the bar by selecting a venue that was situated outside the constituency boundaries.
“We have brought it [rally] to the notice of ECP Secretary,” a senior ECP official told The Express Tribune on Sunday. However, it was found that the venue of the rally was rally some 12km away from the constituency where by-elections are to take place.
In its notice issued on Monday, the ECP asked PTI chief and chief secretary K-P to appear before the commission on May 21.
“You are, therefore, required to explain your position on the complaint of petitioner and also appear before Hon’ble Election Commission of Pakistan in person on the above-mentioned date and time in the Election Commission Secretariat….. failing which the matter will be decided in your absence” read the notification addressing PTI chief, K-P chief and the complainant.



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Ehtesab Commission arrests two for corruption

PESHAWAR: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Ehtesab Commission (KPEC) has arrested a government contractor, and a housing officer of Kohat Development Authority in separate corruption cases.
The contractor, Mohammad Jawed, was arrested on charges of getting contract of general bus stand in Peshawar at much lower rates in connivance with the concerned officials.
The suspect was produced before an Ehtesab court presided over by Hayat Ali Shah, who remanded him into the commission’s custody for 14 days. The judge directed that the suspect should again be produced on June 1.
A deputy additional prosecutor general of the commission, Lajbar Khan, appeared before the court and contended that the suspect along with the concerned government officials had caused loss to the tune of millions of rupees to the exchequer by getting the contract of general bus stand at much lower rates. He pointed out that a deputy secretary of the local government, Ayub Jan, had already been arrested in the instant case and had now been in the commission’s custody.
Lajbar Khan pointed out that the local council board had set target of Rs220 million for awarding the contract, but later on the contract was awarded to the present suspect on Rs160 million for the year 2012-13.
Similarly, the commission arrested a housing officer of KDA, Attaullah Jan, on charges of illegal allotment of plots in the KDA through fake signatures of ex-project directors.
The commission alleged that the suspect had changed the status of 35 plots worth millions of rupees in violation of the rules. He will be produced before Ehtesab court for physical remand today (Tuesday).

Monday, May 11, 2015

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Watchdog: LG candidates in Kohat briefed on conduct

Election Commission of Pakistan. PHOTO: ECP.GOV.PK
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KOHAT: 
Representatives from the Election Commission of Pakistan briefed aspirants for the local bodies’ elections about the code of conduct for the polls on May 30, read a statement issued on Saturday.
During a series of meetings organised at Jangalkhel police station in Kohat, ECP officials urged candidates to follow a code of conduct otherwise action will be taken against them.
According to ECP officials, no one will be allowed to hoist flags of political parties and paste posters on the walls of official buildings. Moreover, contesting candidates for neighbourhood and village councils will only be allowed to spend Rs50,000 while candidates contesting for tehsil or district level seats will be allowed to spend Rs200,000 on their election campaigns.
The statement added candidates will not be allowed to use negative and abusive language against their opponents or hold public meetings.
Published in The Express Tribune, May 10th, 2015.


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Sunday, May 10, 2015

International Day of Families

The International Day of Families, annually held on May 15, celebrates the importance of families and the work started during the International Year of Families.

What do people do?

A wide range of events are organized at local, national and international levels. These include: workshops, seminars and policy meeting for public officials; exhibitions and organized discussions to raise awareness of the annual theme; educational sessions for children and young people; and the launch of campaigns for public policies to strengthen and support family units. In some countries, tool kits are created to help people organize celebrations aimed at a particular section of the population, such as school children or young adults

Public life

The International Day of Families is a global observance and not a public holiday.

Background

The year 1994 was proclaimed as the International Year of Families by the United Nations. This was a response to changing social and economic structures, which have affected and still affect the structure and stability of family units in many regions of the globe. The International Day of Families, on May 15, is an occasion to reflect on the work started during 1994 and to celebrate the importance of families, people, societies and cultures around the world. It has been held every year since 1995.

Symbols

The symbol of the International Day of Families consists of a solid green circle with an image in red. The image consists of elements of simple drawings of a heart and a house. This indicates that families are the center of society and provide a stable and supporting home for people of all ages.

Monday, April 20, 2015

Protest against PESCO In Jungle Khel kohat

KOHAT: The residents of Jangalkhel on Monday staged protest against hours-long power outages.The protesters, including women, held demonstration and blocked the main road in Jangalkhel against the prolonged loadshedding in their area. They were chanting slogans against Pesco and elected representatives. The protesters also scuffled with the police. However, they dispersed after the Pesco officials assured them that the duration of loadshedding would be reduced.


Thursday, April 16, 2015

Illegal gateway exchanges seized in Kohat

KOHAT: Officials of the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) raided a house and seized four illegal gateway exchanges in Junglekhel town here on Thursday. They also arrested a man from the house.
Sources said that the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) had informed the FIA that somebody was operating an illegal gateway exchange in the area. The FIA traced the signals which were coming from a house in Junglekhel and conducted a raid along with the police.
The raiding party arrested a man, identified as Sajid Khan, and seized 1,600 SIMs of different companies, operating links, two modems, one computer system and four gateway excahnges from the house. The sources said that the suspect was earning over Rs10 million a month.
They said that the suspect had been taken to the FIA headquarters, Islamabad, from where the team had come here to arrest him.

Monday, April 13, 2015

AIOU ‘passes’ student who had passed away

ISLAMABAD: The Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU), the largest distance learning institution in the country, passed a deceased student in a 24-day workshop he was required to attend on campus.
According to sources, staff members routinely strike deals with students to mark them present at workshops they fail to attend.
However, evidence of such deals surfaced when an MA Arabic Student (name withheld) from Gujrat was marked present in a 24-day workshop which took place after his death.
Before the workshop commenced, the student contacted some officials at the AIOU Arabic Department and informed them that he was too unwell to attend the workshop.
According to sources, the officials offered to mark him present at the workshops, in exchange for Rs5,000.
The deal was made and the money dispatched.
However, the student passed away on August 1, 2014 but the officials did not find out. They followed through on the deal and marked him present at the workshop which began a few days after his death.
According to the recently announced result, the student with roll number Y574473 passed the 24-day workshop which took place after his death. The result card, available with Dawn, states that the student is now only required to appear for written exams.
According to rules, if a student is unable to attend both the exam and the workshop, the result states R/E/W (Reappear in Exam and Workshop) and if a student attends and passes the workshop but fails or does not appear in an exam, the result states R/E (Reappear in Exam).
An R/E is written next to the student’s name on the result card.
The student’s brother told Dawn, his brother died on August 1, 2014 but is not aware of any deals made between AIOU staff and his brother.
A faculty member told Dawn that the university employs a standard education system, which requires students to complete their assignments independently and attend learning workshops before appearing for examinations.
“Unfortunately AIOU has been unable to counter cheating methods such as copied assignments and false attendance records. Such practices have been carrying on, unabated, for the last many years,” he said.
“If we manage to put a stop to cheating, our university can produce best students,” the faculty member added.
When contacted, AIOU Controller Examination Sohail Nazir Rana, who recently took charge, confirmed that an R/E on a result statement means the student is only required to reappear in exams and has passed the workshop and assignments component.
Regarding the issue of the late student, he said the university will hold an inquiry to determine facts.

Monday, February 23, 2015

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Wednesday, February 18, 2015

ICC World Cup 2015 is Fixed

ICC World Cup 2015: WhatsApp message says World Cup is fixed, South Africa to lift the cup




The final match of the World Cup 2015 will be played between Australia and South Africa. RSA will break their tradition of losing big tournament and become the winner of ICC World Cup 2015. The message also includes the results of all the matches of the World Cup, going to take place during February and March.
Here is the WhatsApp message that went viral:
World Cup 2015 fixed winners!
14/2: NZ vs SL (NZ)
Aus vs Eng (Aus)
15/2: RSA vs Zim (RSA)
Ind vs Pak (Ind)
16/2: Ire vs WI (Ire)
17/2: NZ vs Sco (NZ)
18/2: Ban vs Afg (Ban)
19/2: UAE vs Zim (Zim)
20/2: Nz vs Eng (NZ)
21/2: Pak vs WI (Pak)
Aus vs Ban (Aus)
22/2: Afg vs SL (SL)
Ind vs Rsa (RSA)
23/2: Eng vs Sco (Eng)
24/2: WI vs Zim (WI)
25/2: Ire vs UAE (Ire)
26/2: Afg vs Sco (Afg)
Ban vs Srl (Srl)
27/2: RSA vs WI (RSA)
28/2: NZ vs Aus (Nz)
Ind vs UAE (Ind)
1/3: Eng vs SL (Eng)
Pak vs Zim (Pak)
2/3: Ire vs RSA (RSA)
4/3: Pak vs UAE (UAE)
Aus vs Afg (Aus)
5/3: Ban vs SCO (Ban)
6/3: Ind vs WI (Ind)
7/3: Pak vs RSA (RSA)
Ire vs Zim (Zim)
8/3: NZ vs Afg (NZ)
Aus vs SL (Aus)
9/3: Eng vs Ban (Eng)
10/3: Ind vs Ire (Ind)
11/3: SL vs SCO (SL)
12/3: RSA vs UAE (RSA)
13/3: NZ vs Ban (NZ)
Afg vs Eng (Eng)
14/3: Ind vs Zim (Zim)
Aus vs Sco (Aus)
15/3: Wi vs UAE (Wi)
Ire vs Pak
QF 1: NZ vs Ind (Ind)
QF 2: Aus vs Zim (Aus)
QF 3: Eng vs RSA (RSA)
QF 4: SL vs Pak (SL)
SF 1: Aus vs Ind (Aus)
SF 2: SL vs RSA (RSA)
Final: Aus vs RSA (RSA)
The WhatsApp post claiming that World Cup is fixed, has gone viral. While nobody knows the authenticity of the post but users curiously check the match results with the prediction. There always has been reports that World Cup and other big tournaments are fixed in such a manner that interest of the Cricket lover remain till the last match. But it has never been proved. If the message is indeed true, then Proteas have lot to celebrate.

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Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Education is one of the most critical services

Elementary Education Foundation is an autonomous government organization working in khyber Pakhtunkhwa to support the private and non-formal sector in providing quality education in the province.



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Friday, December 18, 2015

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Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Residents seen running into burning Dubai building to save belongings



DUBAI // Witnesses have described the sense of panic as their neighbours fled from fire that swept through the Al Shamsi building in Deira on Monday night.
Emergency crews spent much of Tuesday hosing down the still smoking building that burst into flames at about 5.20pm, to guard against further fires.
Everyone escaped unhurt but some who returned home from work risked their lives to enter the building to rescue important documents and prized possessions.
Some of the people left without anywhere to go have been handed a lifeline as 48 families will be relocated.
Civil Defence were on the scene near the Abu Baker Al Siddique Metro Station within minutes, as concern grew that the blaze could spread to the Emarat petrol station on Salahuddin Road, escalating the crisis into a disaster.
About 280 guests staying at the adjacent Movenpick Hotel Deira were evacuated as a precaution.
Irtenz, 34, from the Philippines, lives in Block C of the building, next to where the main fire broke out, and said at least 15 flats have been destroyed.
“The fire started in Block B at about 5.20-5.30pm. When I came back from work I saw the smoke in the building next door and went upstairs as I thought my friends were still upstairs in their flat. I wanted to warn them,” she said.
“I shouted their names but nobody replied. When I came out of the flat, I could see the flames on the second floor on the front side.
“It was scary. There was one guy who came into the building and was running upstairs.
“I warned him not to go but still he went up. The fire was spreading quickly. I had stayed just five minutes to collect some things and it had moved very fast.”
Her neighbour, Richelle, 30, also from the Philippines, was not at home when the fire broke out but admitted that she had a lucky escape, as she lives on the fourth floor.
“I had my documents in a bag, so I grabbed it and ran,” she said.
“There are about 15 other people living in four rooms in my building. We are still trying to contact the building company to help us find somewhere to live.
“We will stay with friends for a couple of days. We have had to wait until we can go back into the building to see what possessions we can save.”
The owner of the building, Hamad Al Shamsi, along with Dubai Police, have relocated 48 families to hotels.
Brig Mohammed Al Murr, director of the police Human Rights Department, said of the fire-ravaged building: “The cooling process is ongoing, and none of the residents are allowed in for their safety and so there is no tampering with any evidence that can reveal the cause of the fire.”
Meanwhile, a Civil Defence spokesman said that 24 units were burned completely while the others were affected by the smoke. However, he added that it was necessary to relocate all residents.
Brig Ali Ghanem, director of the Al Muraqqabat police station, said: “The fire affected the whole building. Evidence needs to be collected by the relevant experts, after which the damage can be properly assessed.”
It is understood the fire was finally extinguished at about 3am but crews remained on the scene to continue the damping down of the building.
Hotel worker Jeffrey, from the Philippines, lived in the front side of the building and sounded the alarm to his neighbours. His apartment has been completely burnt out.
“When I saw the smoke coming from the building from B block and C block, I called everyone to get out and to run away,” he said.
“It was very fierce. Lots of the ladies were crying, they had lost their homes.”
Hundreds of motorists and commuters were affected, with the Metro’s Green Line shut down “for the safety of passengers” and Salahuddin Road blocked off in both directions.
The Roads and Transport Authority tweeted early on Tuesday morning that the metro service was back up and running.
“RTA announced the return of service on the Dubai Metro green line to normal and that is after the temporary suspension of service from Abu Hail station to Union Station due to a fire outbreak in a nearby building,” the tweet read.
The nearby Crowne Plaza hotel was undamaged by the fire and continued operating normally.
Anke Glaessing, general manager at the Movenpick Hotel Deira, had completed a practise evacuation with Civil Defence just days before the fire.
“Evacuation drills are something we have to do twice a year,” she said.
“We saw the fire and realised it could be a problem because of the petrol station, not just the fire itself. We got all the guests out very quickly.
“It took us just 10 minutes to evacuate.”
Forensic investigation work was continuing on Tuesday, although a cause has yet to be identified.

Pakistan's First Female Fighter Pilot Killed in Trainer Crash

ISLAMABAD — Pakistan's first female fighter pilot died today when a twin-seat fighter aircraft crashed in Punjab province on a training mission.
A statement from the Pakistan Air Force soon after the crash said "an FT-7PG aircraft, while on a routine operational training mission, crashed near Kundian (Mianwali). Both the pilots of the aircraft ejected safely and [have] been rescued. No loss of civilian life and property has been reported on ground. A board of inquiry has been ordered by Air Headquarters to determine the cause of accident."
However, it was later reported that Flying Officer Marium Mukhtiar died of injuries sustained on ejection.
Flying Officer Mukhtiar was the subject of a report by the BBC early in 2014 that covered her decision to join the PAF as a fighter pilot. Pakistan has only had female fighter pilots since 2006.
Defense News was unable to obtain more details from the PAF's Director of Media Affairs Air Commodore Muhammad Ali as further information was unavailable in the early stages of the aftermath of the crash.


Saturday, November 14, 2015

Four Kohat doctors held for dereliction of duty

KOHAT: The police on Saturday arrested four doctors after a local court rejected their application for extension in the bail before arrest plea.


The police arrested the four accused doctors of the Liaqat Woman and Children Hospital, Kohat, including Dr Barkat Ali, Dr Raza Ali, Dr Abdul Haq and Dr Walidur Rehman from the court premises.

The doctors appeared in person before the Additional District and Sessions Judge Irshad Ahmad Khan for hearing to their plea for extension in bail before arrest.

The court turned down their application for extension in the protective bail and ordered their arrest.

It to mention here, that the accused had been nominated in a case for negligence in the line of duty and destroying the facts in a child sexual abuse case.


The accused had obtained a bail before arrest from the local court and were seeking extension in the bail.

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

RAIN, SNOWFALL IN UPCOUNTRY LIKELY


Wednesday, November 11, 2015 - Islamabad—Rain with snowfall over the hills is expected at isolated places of the country while dry weather to continue elsewhere in the country during next 24 hours. 

Rainfall is expected at upper KP Malakand, Hazara, Mardan Kohat, Peshawar divisions, upper FATA, Bajaur, Mohmand, Khyber and Kurram Agencies, Zhob, Quetta, Rawalpindi divisions, Islamabad, Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan.

Met office  reported that a westerly wave is affecting upper and western parts of the country and likely to persist durin g the next 2-3 days. In  last 24 hours rain occurred at isolated places in upper KP, upper Punjab, upper FATA, Gilgit-Baltistan and Kashmir.

Rainfall recorded during last 24 hours was Para-chinar 46 mm, Malamjabba 15mm, Dir 8mm, Garhi Dupatta  8mm, Khuzdar 6mm, Muzaffarabad 6mm, Pattan 6mm, Saidu Sharif 5mm, Kohat 5mm, Quetta (Samungli) 5mm, Balakot 4mm, Quetta (Sheikh Manda) 4mm, Rawalakot 4 mm, Peshawar City 3mm, Kakul 2mm, Bannu 2mm, Kotli 2mm, Peshawar A/P 2mm, Astore  1mm, Barkhan 1mm, Cherat 1mm, D.G.Khan 1mm, Kasur=1mm, Murree 1mm, Skardu 1mm and Okara 1 mm.


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Thursday, August 20, 2015

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The provincial government has launched a new solid waste recycling plant to bring pollution down to a minimum.
This was stated in a handout issued on Monday. According to the document, this will be the second recycling plant in the country once it is made operational.
Why Kohat?
“Kohat produces about 100 tonnes of waste per day,” read the statement. “If the waste produced by the cantonment area is added, it increases to 150 tonnes.” According to the handout, the waste production will reach 400 tonnes a day by 2045 due to the ever-increasing population of the district. “As of now, the city spends roughly Rs3,000 per tonne to dispose of the waste,” it added.
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The plant will recycle up to 500 tonnes or more of waste per day. It will also produce urea and manufacture plastic products for daily use.
The plan
The project will be made operational in two years. It is being built about six kilometres away from the city in Muhammadzai union council of PK-38 Kohat-II.
The cost of the project is about Rs180 million. About Rs80 million have been allotted for the first phase of the project, which will be completed by June 2016.
Some 432,000 square feet of land has already been acquired for the project, according to the handout. In the second phase, machinery will be installed and that will cost about Rs100 million.
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Monday, May 25, 2015

Corruption case: Ehtesab Commission retains custody of MPA’s father

PESHAWAR: 
The Ehtesab Commission has obtained a further three-day physical custody of Noor Daraz Khattak, father of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf MPA Gul Sahib Khan. Khattak was arrested in a corruption case relating to alleged illegal appointments and contracts during his tenure as town municipal officer of Town 1 and 3.


Khattak was presented before judge Hayat Ali Shah on Monday, who was informed that the accused was arrested in a land grabbing case in Kohat. However, Khattak was later also named in another case related to alleged illegal appointments.
Additional Prosecutor General Qazi Babar Arshad told the court the case needs further investigation and holding Khattak in custody for a longer period of time would prove beneficial.
The court accepted the appeal and granted the commission custody of Khattak for three more days.
He was arrested in a land scam worth Rs250 million. During a government investigation, it was found that he was actively involved in the scam as a principal beneficiary and had grabbed 150 kanals of land.
Meanwhile, PHC adjourned a case hearing against the Ehtesab Commission Act 2014 till June 2. The case was adjourned by a division bench of Justice Waqar Ahmad Seth and Justice Roohul Amin Khan.
Gul Sahib Khan of PTI had challenged the act, asking the court to declare it ultra-vires and strike it down for being in conflict with National Accountability Bureau Ordinance 1999 and Anti-Corruption Act.
The court was also requested to declare the arrest and all proceedings in Khan’s father’s case illegal.
In the petition, the court was told that Khattak was arrested on April 17 in a corruption case without the disclosure of lawful reason of his arrest.
The petition raised several questions about the act. It asked, “whether K-P Ehtesab Act 2014 could be brought into service in the presence of NAO 1999 and ACE 1947,” and “whether any person arrested could be detained without being informed of the grounds for such arrest as enshrined in Article 10 of the Constitution.”
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Monday, May 18, 2015

ECP serves notice to Imran Khan for violating election code of conduct

ISLAMABAD: 
The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP)’s on Monday issued notices to Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan to explain why he and his party had announced just days ahead of local government elections in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (K-P), which are due on May 30.

In addition to the notice to the PTI chief to appear in person on May 21, it directed PTI MNA and MPAs from indulging in acts that constitute pre-poll rigging and violation of the electoral body’s code of conduct.
The notice was issued after a petition was filed by a candidate running for Tehsil Council in Haripur, claiming that the PTI had announced rallies, to be headlined by Imran Khan, in various parts of the province ahead of polls.
The PTI had recently issued a programme of rallies whereby  Imran is scheduled to visit Mansehra, Abbottabad and Haripur on May 19; Mardan, Kohat and Bannu on May 21; Dir, Malakhand, Swat and Buner on May 23; while Swabi, Charsada, Peshawar and Nowshera on May 26.
The ECP had recently amended its code of conduct for elections, barring all parliamentary members, the prime minister, cabinet members as well as senators from taking part in election campaigns of candidates running in any elections.
A notification issued by the ECP two weeks ago, read, “After the issuance of schedule of by-elections, the President, Prime Minister, Chairman/Deputy chairman Senate, Speakers of Assemblies, Federal Ministers and Advisors to the Prime Minister and the Chief Minister, Provincial Ministers and Advisors to the Prime Minister and the Chief Minister, Members of the National Assembly/Provincial Assembly and other public office holders will neither visit the area of any constituency nor shall openly or in secret give any subscription or donation or make promise for giving such subscription or donation to any institution of a constituency, nor shall inaugurate, commit to undertake or announce any development project of a candidate of his choice and thereby influence the results of election”.
ECP officials told The Express Tribune that while there is no bar on MNAs and MPAs from visiting their constituencies, but they cannot announce any development schemes or make any such pledges.
ECP has been minutely observing party activities and their leaders such that they could not influence results of the forthcoming by-polls but the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) skilfully dodged the poll body last week.
By-elections are scheduled for June 8 in NA-108 (Mandi Bahauddin) and PP-196 (Multan) in Punjab and PK-56 (Mansehra) in K-P.
PTI chairman had recently addressed a rally in Multan last week and prompted the commission to look into the matter but found that the party had skilfully avoided the bar by selecting a venue that was situated outside the constituency boundaries.
“We have brought it [rally] to the notice of ECP Secretary,” a senior ECP official told The Express Tribune on Sunday. However, it was found that the venue of the rally was rally some 12km away from the constituency where by-elections are to take place.
In its notice issued on Monday, the ECP asked PTI chief and chief secretary K-P to appear before the commission on May 21.
“You are, therefore, required to explain your position on the complaint of petitioner and also appear before Hon’ble Election Commission of Pakistan in person on the above-mentioned date and time in the Election Commission Secretariat….. failing which the matter will be decided in your absence” read the notification addressing PTI chief, K-P chief and the complainant.



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Ehtesab Commission arrests two for corruption

PESHAWAR: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Ehtesab Commission (KPEC) has arrested a government contractor, and a housing officer of Kohat Development Authority in separate corruption cases.
The contractor, Mohammad Jawed, was arrested on charges of getting contract of general bus stand in Peshawar at much lower rates in connivance with the concerned officials.
The suspect was produced before an Ehtesab court presided over by Hayat Ali Shah, who remanded him into the commission’s custody for 14 days. The judge directed that the suspect should again be produced on June 1.
A deputy additional prosecutor general of the commission, Lajbar Khan, appeared before the court and contended that the suspect along with the concerned government officials had caused loss to the tune of millions of rupees to the exchequer by getting the contract of general bus stand at much lower rates. He pointed out that a deputy secretary of the local government, Ayub Jan, had already been arrested in the instant case and had now been in the commission’s custody.
Lajbar Khan pointed out that the local council board had set target of Rs220 million for awarding the contract, but later on the contract was awarded to the present suspect on Rs160 million for the year 2012-13.
Similarly, the commission arrested a housing officer of KDA, Attaullah Jan, on charges of illegal allotment of plots in the KDA through fake signatures of ex-project directors.
The commission alleged that the suspect had changed the status of 35 plots worth millions of rupees in violation of the rules. He will be produced before Ehtesab court for physical remand today (Tuesday).

Monday, May 11, 2015

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Watchdog: LG candidates in Kohat briefed on conduct

Election Commission of Pakistan. PHOTO: ECP.GOV.PK
Election Commission of Pakistan. PHOTO: ECP.GOV.PK
KOHAT: 
Representatives from the Election Commission of Pakistan briefed aspirants for the local bodies’ elections about the code of conduct for the polls on May 30, read a statement issued on Saturday.
During a series of meetings organised at Jangalkhel police station in Kohat, ECP officials urged candidates to follow a code of conduct otherwise action will be taken against them.
According to ECP officials, no one will be allowed to hoist flags of political parties and paste posters on the walls of official buildings. Moreover, contesting candidates for neighbourhood and village councils will only be allowed to spend Rs50,000 while candidates contesting for tehsil or district level seats will be allowed to spend Rs200,000 on their election campaigns.
The statement added candidates will not be allowed to use negative and abusive language against their opponents or hold public meetings.
Published in The Express Tribune, May 10th, 2015.


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Sunday, May 10, 2015

International Day of Families

The International Day of Families, annually held on May 15, celebrates the importance of families and the work started during the International Year of Families.

What do people do?

A wide range of events are organized at local, national and international levels. These include: workshops, seminars and policy meeting for public officials; exhibitions and organized discussions to raise awareness of the annual theme; educational sessions for children and young people; and the launch of campaigns for public policies to strengthen and support family units. In some countries, tool kits are created to help people organize celebrations aimed at a particular section of the population, such as school children or young adults

Public life

The International Day of Families is a global observance and not a public holiday.

Background

The year 1994 was proclaimed as the International Year of Families by the United Nations. This was a response to changing social and economic structures, which have affected and still affect the structure and stability of family units in many regions of the globe. The International Day of Families, on May 15, is an occasion to reflect on the work started during 1994 and to celebrate the importance of families, people, societies and cultures around the world. It has been held every year since 1995.

Symbols

The symbol of the International Day of Families consists of a solid green circle with an image in red. The image consists of elements of simple drawings of a heart and a house. This indicates that families are the center of society and provide a stable and supporting home for people of all ages.

Monday, April 20, 2015

Protest against PESCO In Jungle Khel kohat

KOHAT: The residents of Jangalkhel on Monday staged protest against hours-long power outages.The protesters, including women, held demonstration and blocked the main road in Jangalkhel against the prolonged loadshedding in their area. They were chanting slogans against Pesco and elected representatives. The protesters also scuffled with the police. However, they dispersed after the Pesco officials assured them that the duration of loadshedding would be reduced.


Thursday, April 16, 2015

Illegal gateway exchanges seized in Kohat

KOHAT: Officials of the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) raided a house and seized four illegal gateway exchanges in Junglekhel town here on Thursday. They also arrested a man from the house.
Sources said that the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) had informed the FIA that somebody was operating an illegal gateway exchange in the area. The FIA traced the signals which were coming from a house in Junglekhel and conducted a raid along with the police.
The raiding party arrested a man, identified as Sajid Khan, and seized 1,600 SIMs of different companies, operating links, two modems, one computer system and four gateway excahnges from the house. The sources said that the suspect was earning over Rs10 million a month.
They said that the suspect had been taken to the FIA headquarters, Islamabad, from where the team had come here to arrest him.

Monday, April 13, 2015

AIOU ‘passes’ student who had passed away

ISLAMABAD: The Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU), the largest distance learning institution in the country, passed a deceased student in a 24-day workshop he was required to attend on campus.
According to sources, staff members routinely strike deals with students to mark them present at workshops they fail to attend.
However, evidence of such deals surfaced when an MA Arabic Student (name withheld) from Gujrat was marked present in a 24-day workshop which took place after his death.
Before the workshop commenced, the student contacted some officials at the AIOU Arabic Department and informed them that he was too unwell to attend the workshop.
According to sources, the officials offered to mark him present at the workshops, in exchange for Rs5,000.
The deal was made and the money dispatched.
However, the student passed away on August 1, 2014 but the officials did not find out. They followed through on the deal and marked him present at the workshop which began a few days after his death.
According to the recently announced result, the student with roll number Y574473 passed the 24-day workshop which took place after his death. The result card, available with Dawn, states that the student is now only required to appear for written exams.
According to rules, if a student is unable to attend both the exam and the workshop, the result states R/E/W (Reappear in Exam and Workshop) and if a student attends and passes the workshop but fails or does not appear in an exam, the result states R/E (Reappear in Exam).
An R/E is written next to the student’s name on the result card.
The student’s brother told Dawn, his brother died on August 1, 2014 but is not aware of any deals made between AIOU staff and his brother.
A faculty member told Dawn that the university employs a standard education system, which requires students to complete their assignments independently and attend learning workshops before appearing for examinations.
“Unfortunately AIOU has been unable to counter cheating methods such as copied assignments and false attendance records. Such practices have been carrying on, unabated, for the last many years,” he said.
“If we manage to put a stop to cheating, our university can produce best students,” the faculty member added.
When contacted, AIOU Controller Examination Sohail Nazir Rana, who recently took charge, confirmed that an R/E on a result statement means the student is only required to reappear in exams and has passed the workshop and assignments component.
Regarding the issue of the late student, he said the university will hold an inquiry to determine facts.

Monday, February 23, 2015

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Wednesday, February 18, 2015

ICC World Cup 2015 is Fixed

ICC World Cup 2015: WhatsApp message says World Cup is fixed, South Africa to lift the cup




The final match of the World Cup 2015 will be played between Australia and South Africa. RSA will break their tradition of losing big tournament and become the winner of ICC World Cup 2015. The message also includes the results of all the matches of the World Cup, going to take place during February and March.
Here is the WhatsApp message that went viral:
World Cup 2015 fixed winners!
14/2: NZ vs SL (NZ)
Aus vs Eng (Aus)
15/2: RSA vs Zim (RSA)
Ind vs Pak (Ind)
16/2: Ire vs WI (Ire)
17/2: NZ vs Sco (NZ)
18/2: Ban vs Afg (Ban)
19/2: UAE vs Zim (Zim)
20/2: Nz vs Eng (NZ)
21/2: Pak vs WI (Pak)
Aus vs Ban (Aus)
22/2: Afg vs SL (SL)
Ind vs Rsa (RSA)
23/2: Eng vs Sco (Eng)
24/2: WI vs Zim (WI)
25/2: Ire vs UAE (Ire)
26/2: Afg vs Sco (Afg)
Ban vs Srl (Srl)
27/2: RSA vs WI (RSA)
28/2: NZ vs Aus (Nz)
Ind vs UAE (Ind)
1/3: Eng vs SL (Eng)
Pak vs Zim (Pak)
2/3: Ire vs RSA (RSA)
4/3: Pak vs UAE (UAE)
Aus vs Afg (Aus)
5/3: Ban vs SCO (Ban)
6/3: Ind vs WI (Ind)
7/3: Pak vs RSA (RSA)
Ire vs Zim (Zim)
8/3: NZ vs Afg (NZ)
Aus vs SL (Aus)
9/3: Eng vs Ban (Eng)
10/3: Ind vs Ire (Ind)
11/3: SL vs SCO (SL)
12/3: RSA vs UAE (RSA)
13/3: NZ vs Ban (NZ)
Afg vs Eng (Eng)
14/3: Ind vs Zim (Zim)
Aus vs Sco (Aus)
15/3: Wi vs UAE (Wi)
Ire vs Pak
QF 1: NZ vs Ind (Ind)
QF 2: Aus vs Zim (Aus)
QF 3: Eng vs RSA (RSA)
QF 4: SL vs Pak (SL)
SF 1: Aus vs Ind (Aus)
SF 2: SL vs RSA (RSA)
Final: Aus vs RSA (RSA)
The WhatsApp post claiming that World Cup is fixed, has gone viral. While nobody knows the authenticity of the post but users curiously check the match results with the prediction. There always has been reports that World Cup and other big tournaments are fixed in such a manner that interest of the Cricket lover remain till the last match. But it has never been proved. If the message is indeed true, then Proteas have lot to celebrate.

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