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  • Climate Change destabilises water system: ADB
  • China to co operate in field of space-technology under CPEC.
  • Trillions of dollars needed for anti-poverty plan, says UN
  • Corruption eating away at India 'like a termite' PM Modi.
  • Every minute child dies of water related disease. IMF report
  • Every Child in Punjab to be enrolled in school by 2018. CM Punjab.
  • Young doctors urge CM to redefine health policies.
  • Ahsan Iqbal stresses need of unity to confront challenges.
  • Polio Eradication campaign, Govt to reach out every missed child.
  • PHEC signs MoU with AIPS for cooperation in higher education.
  • 190 nations agree on building blocks to combat climate change. Lima
  • Thalassemia cases on the rise due to lack of prevention centres.Khi
  • We are protecting children from polio at the cost of our own lives. Polio workers.
  • Pakistan stands for universal ban on nukes.
  • China sets up $50 b Asian Bank.
  • 65 million ADB funding likely for Power.
  • Over hundred environment cases pending due to non-functional tribunals.
  • Pakistan facing serious malnutrition problems.
  • Govt, Media and Army must work jointly for country. PM.
  • 700 shops suspected of selling fake drugs in Lahore.
  • Four task forces established to check altered food. CM Pb.
  • Pakistan urged to adopt Education for All objective.
  • Govt to adopt UNDP poverty measure.
  • Experts stress woman’s role in poverty alleviation. Isb.
  • Satellite telecom vulnerable to hackers. US report.
  • 6.5 Million children in Pakistan are deprived of primary education.UNICEF
  • UK will help Pakistan to educate 4 million children.
  • 1.4 million students covered under PEF scheme and 7.5 billion Rs allocated for this cause. Edu Minster (Pb).
  • Genetics has significant impact on exam results: study
  • Food security warning if dams not built. Ahsan Iqbal
  • Breast cancer causes 40,000 deaths annually in Pak. Doctors.
  • Govt making laws to eliminate child labor.
  • Judicial system will be reformed with lawyers help. LHC CJ.
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HEC announces PhD scholarships for Pakistan, AJK nationals for year 2016-17

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Take inequalities in education seriously: UNESCO

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TEVTA to train 15,000 youth in Chinese language

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