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Three Killed in Overnight Karachi Violence

At least three people were overnight killed in different firing and violence incidents in metropolis areas. Moments after the midnight, a man was injured in a firing incident near Disco Bakery in Gulshan-e-Iqbal. He succumbed to injuries while he was being rushed to hospital. The second firing incident occurred in Orangi Town where a person lost his life in Haryana Colony. The most recent incident was witnessed in Old Haji Camp where a man was shot to death. All three deceased could not be identified as yet.

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Flowers on Show at KU Plant Conservation Centre

A three-day flower show was inaugurated by Vice Chancellor of Karachi University Prof Dr Mohammad Qaiser on the campus on Monday. The event was organised to showcase the university’s Plant Conservation Centre’s mission to conserve and restore rare endemic plants of southern regions of the country through tissue culture. Speaking on the occasion, the KU vice chancellor said that thousands of plant species throughout the world were endangered and facing extinction with the current trend of their exploitation and destruction. “In such a situation it is imperative that awareness is…

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Police and Rangers Arrest four Terrorists from Karachi

Cops and ranger have caught four terrorists of banned outfit from Manghopir and Nortehrn By-pass places and captured weaponry and explosives from their legal care. Pirabad Cops Place performed a raid in Manghpir area on sunday and caught two key terrorists, Qari Akhtar and Maiyam Mehsood, from there. Nine ball bombs, detonators, suicide jacket and other tools and explosives, used in terrorism activities, were recovered from custody of the arrested terrorists. The caught terrorists have revealed of eliminating three police authorities and polio associates in Ittehad Town. At the other…

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Police and Rangers given Free Hand for Karachi operation

President Asif Ali Zardari has declared that militants, extremists and sectarian elements will not be allowed to subvert the electoral process by creating a law and order situation. The president, who arrived in Karachi on Friday, presided over a meeting to review the law and order situation in the metropolis in which the Karachi Police and Sindh Rangers were given a free hand to conduct a targeted operation in the city. The president’s talks with the Sindh government was a follow-up of his Thursday’s meeting with Chief of Army Staff…

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Safari Park gets tigers under controversial deal

The Karachi Metropolitan Corporation has brought a pair of tigers from Lahore to the Safari Park through, what officials claimed, an ‘exchange deal’, without acquiring mandatory permission from the Sindh wildlife department, it emerged on Thursday. The animals, according to sources, were a pair of golden tabby tigers (not a separate species but the ones with an extremely rare colour variation caused by a recessive gene that is currently found only in captive tigers). The big cats were brought from Lahore to Karachi by road and shifted to the Safari…

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private schools Karachi News 

Private Schools to remain Closed Indefinitely

Private schools in Karachi will remain closed indefinitely from tomorrow, president of the Private School Management Association said on Wednesday. The announcement of the association came following MQM decision to launch a peaceful protest movement against the Abbas Town bombing. MQM has announced that all businesses in the city will remain closed until the arrest of culprits responsible for the carnage.

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Rangers Arrest 4 Terrorists Including a Suicide Bomber

Ranger caught an alleged Sucide bomber and retrieved a suicide jacket after an operation in New Subzi Mandi area of the city, here in early hours of Wednesday. Earlier this morning, Ranger performed a search operation against banned terrorist outfits in various places and stated to have caught arrested dozens of suspects including four terrorists. The Ranger caught suspects from Bakhar Goth near Abul Isphani Road and Lines Area. Sources said the paramilitary soldiers cordoned off the places and explored various houses on tip off that some suspects were concealing…

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37 murdered, as VIPs appreciate complete protection at Sharmila’s engagement

One of Karachi’s most severe blast explosions murdered 37 individuals such as females and kids and remaining ratings others injured on Weekend, as the police and rangers of the entire city apparently remained deployed on security of dignitaries at an engagement ceremony of a provincial advisor. People of the ill-fated residential area of Abbas Town were struck by a high intensity bomb and were left on their own to carry out the rescue and relief activities, as almost all the security personnel of the city remained engaged in providing their…

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Woman Among Three Killed in Karachi Firing

At least three more persons, including a woman, have been gunned down in different areas of the city. According to police and rescue sources, a man was shot dead near Nigar Cinema. A woman was shot dead in unidentified gunmen’s firing in Baldia Town. Mohsin, who was injured in a firing incident, last night at Tariq Road, succumbed to injuries at hospital. On the other hand, police arrested six suspects from Mawachh Goth and also recovered weapons from their custody.

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KU awards 16 PhD ,MPhil degrees

Karachi University’s advanced studies and research awarded granted eight PhD and as many MPhil degrees to 16 learners on Tuesday. Those who were granted PhD degrees were Muhammad Mujtaba Ali (pharmacology), Tahir Hameedullah Khan (applied criminology), Lubina Abdi (chemistry HEJ), Najamur Rehman (pharmacognosy), Nuzhat Sultana (pharmacology), Tahira Mohsan Ali (food sciences and technology), Abida Anwar (biotechnology KIBGE), and Farukh Mansoor (chemistry). Researchers who were granted MPhil degrees were Hazrat Yusuf (applied chemistry), Mariam Munawar (chemistry HEJ), Muhammad Aetimadullah Khan (pharmacology), Syeda Tamkeen Fatima (molecular medicine), Nageena Gul (public administration), Asif…

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