Definitive source of press releases from federal and provincial governments and their departments

Month: July 2024


Indian Troops Kill Two Kashmiri Youth in Alleged Fake Encounter in Kupwara

Srinagar: In a recent operation in Kupwara district of Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, Indian troops are reported to have killed two Kashmiri youth in what has been described as a fake encounter.

According to Kashmir Media Service, the …


Lahore Reduces Vacancies for Computer Programmer at Quaid-E-Azam Library

Lahore: A recent update to the Public Service Commission Punjab’s earlier advertisement has announced a reduction in the number of available positions for Computer Programmers at the Quaid-E-Azam Library.

According to Public Service Commission Punja…


Kashmir Trade Alliance Seeks Financial Stimulus in Upcoming Budget

Srinagar: The Kashmir Trade Alliance (KTA) has advocated for a significant financial stimulus package for Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir in the forthcoming budget, aiming to alleviate the economic downturn affecting the region.



Charsadda Tragedy: Two Fatalities and One Injury Following Severe Weather

Charsadda: The Provincial Disaster Management Authority reported significant casualties due to severe weather conditions in Charsadda on July 17, 2024, with two deaths and one injury occurring in the village of Dalazak Shabadar.

According to Provinc…


Indian Supreme Court Orders Prosecution of Army Personnel for Nagaland Killings

New Delhi: The Supreme Court of India has mandated the prosecution of army personnel involved in the 2021 Nagaland killings, marking a significant legal development.

According to Kashmir Media Service, the court issued notices to the Indian governme…


Competition Tribunal Upholds Fine Against RB Pakistan for Deceptive Advertising

Islamabad: The Competition Appellate Tribunal has maintained a significant portion of the penalty imposed on Reckitt Benckiser (RB) Pakistan by the Competition Commission of Pakistan (CCP) for misleading advertising practices related to its Dettol Soa…


Tarigami Demands Compensation for Kashmiri Landowners Affected by Development Projects

Srinagar: Mohammad Yousuf Tarigami, a prominent political figure, has voiced strong criticism against the Indian authorities’ lack of action in compensating Kashmiri landowners whose properties have been acquired for development projects since 2019.


IG Punjab Lauds Police for Security During Muharram

Lahore: Inspector General of Police Punjab, Dr. Usman Anwar, has praised the police force for their exemplary security arrangements during the first decade of Muharram-ul-Haram. Under the leadership of Chief Minister Punjab Maryam Nawaz Sharif, the po…


Kashmiri Leaders Mark July 19 as Symbolic Accession Day to Pakistan

Srinagar: On the anniversary of July 19, 1947, Hurriyat leaders in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir reiterated the historical significance of the day when Kashmiris expressed their preference to join Pakistan, even before the official parti…