Monday, November 24, 2014

Sindh’s move to set up college of physicians, surgeons condemned



Muzaffarabad: The Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) is based researchers and members of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Pakistan (CPSP) condemned establish the alleged passing of the Government of Sindh, a provincial college of physicians and surgeons.

At a meeting here by the Regional Director CPSP called for AJK, Dr. Tahir Aziz Khawaja, the other day, the participants stressed that the CPSP had the reputation, prestige and recognition at national and international level earned by a hard work and such an action would be a blow to the quality of medical training in Pakistan.

"Creating a provincial agency will not only unconstitutional step, but it will also cause irreparable damage to health professionals," she said, warning that graduate degrees are not recognized by the international medical associations .

The meeting asked the federal government to take stock of the alleged plans of the government of Sindh and led to the decision not in the interests of vital national interests.

Participants also protect Determination, prestige and esteem of their mother institution at all costs.

Sunday, November 23, 2014

Student injured in grenade blast at Bannu school gate



PESHAWAR: The grenade explosion leaders occurred at the main entrance of the school in Bannu government Monday, leaving an injured student.

Police said the explosion occurred when the detonator of a hand grenade, which is what the school brought` by a student of class nine, exploded in his pocket. The student was arrested and questioned by the Board management station (SHO) police station in the city.

The SHO said that the student was in for questioning and medical treatment as well as in detention.



He added that the child's family will be contacted to determine if he brought` hand grenade to engage with the intention in criminal activity or for other reasons.

Operation Zarb-i-Azb military against the militants in North Waziristan, it launched on June 18, took a heavy toll on children in other Fata agencies and, where schools and other educational institutions have been closed indefinitely for security reasons,

Like other tribal areas of North Waziristan education is in shambles because of militancy. Many educational institutions were occupied by militants or the other or by the security forces. Among them is the Cadet College Razmak, now a military base.

The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has announced, to obtain confessions of displaced students in universities and other professional institutions. Each student is therefore shifted Rs. 2,000 monthly allowance in Bannu said Minister of Higher Education Mushtaq Ahmad Ghani.