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Punjab University BA Special Supple Exam 2008 result
Lahore: Punjab University Examination Department has declared the results of BA Special Supplementary Examination 2008 held in June, 2009 at UAE, BA Special Supplementary Examination 2007 held in May-June 2009 at Riyadh (KSA), BA Special Annual Examination 2009 held in June-July 2009 at UAE and Doctor of Pharmacy First Professional 2nd Annual Examination 2008. F/P report


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Plan hinges on meeting between TEPA and PU
Lahore: The revival of long-awaited road, planned to pass through the Punjab University, linking Maulana Shaukat Ali Road to Karim Block of Allama Iqbal Town, hinges on the crucial meeting between TEPA and the Punjab University going to be held on Tuesday.

The proposed road that has to start from Shah Di Khui on Canal Bank Road to Wahdat Road near Karim Block, passing through land owned by the Punjab University, has been hanging in balance over the last three years.

Talks were held repeatedly to carve out the modalities for construction of the road but negotiations remained fruitless.

A two-kilometre-long, 36-foot wide dual carriageway faced a stumbling rock when the Punjab University syndicate denied issuing No Objection Certification (NOC) last month in August, terming the construction of road unviable.

Taking cognisance of the situation, the Punjab government intervened into the matter pressing both the TEPA and Punjab University Syndicate to put their head together to remove all hurdles hindering the construction of road costing Rs 700 million.

According to PU bylaws, land owned by the university cannot be used for commercial purposes, nor can it be leased out to any other agency or institutions for purposes other than educational.

Sources privy to development, revealed the varsity disallowed TEPA to construct the road passing through its land, objecting that the proposed road would affect its privacy.

TEPA officials seeking anonymity said that the PC-I form had been submitted to the government in May 2008. They said the agency waited for the approval of the project by the varsity syndicate amid controversy over the modalities for using the land.

They said a committee headed by former Punjab chief secretary comprising PU Syndicate members had already been constituted to examine the land-use issue.

However, they said the university's bylaws allow using the institute's land for public welfare projects. They maintained that the construction of the road fell into this category and TEPA was awaiting approval of the committee on the modalities of using the land. The varsity had no direct access to its new campus at the moment.

The construction of the new road would provide easy access to the university's visitors, including staff and students, they added.

The proposed road would also end the perennial traffic jams on the Canal Road alongside the university, they added. The road, they said, would also reduce the overall burden on the Canal Bank Road in the wake of inordinate delay in the Canal Road widening project. The nation


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PhD degrees awarded at Punjab University
Lahore: Punjab University has awarded PhD degrees to Ali Raza Awan, Amber Shahzadi and Muhammad Zeshan Afzal. Ali Raza Awan S/o Khursheed Ahmad Awan has been awarded PhD degree in the subject of Molecular Biology after approval of his research thesis entitled Expression study of Pre-S2 Region of Hepatitis B Virus in Yeast Cells. He completed his thesis under the supervision of Punjab University National Centre for Excellence in Molecular Biology Director Prof Dr Sheikh Riazuddin while Prof Dr Shaheen N Khan was his Co-Supervisor.

Amber Shahzadi D/o Muhammad Akram Khan has been awarded PhD degree in the subject of Molecular Biology after approval of her research thesis entitled oGenetic Mapping of a new Autosomal Recessive Locus Causing Retinitis Pigmentosa. She completed her thesis under the supervision of Punjab University National Centre for Excellence in Molecular Biology Director Prof Dr Sheikh Riazuddin. Muhammad Zeshan Afzal S/o Muhammad Afzal Khan has been awarded PhD degree in the subject of Molecular Biology after approval of his research thesis entitled Potential of Stem Cells in Ischemic Renal Injury. He completed his thesis under the supervision of Punjab University National Centre for Excellence in Molecular Biology Adjunct Professor Dr. M. Ashraf while Director Prof Dr Sheikh Riazuddin was his Co-Supervisor. App


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US to help promote education: Carmela
Lahore: US Principal Officer Carmela Conroy called on Punjab Governor Salman Taseer on Thursday.

A handout said various issues pertaining to cooperation in educational and trade sectors came under discussion during the meeting. Taseer congratulated Conroy on her appointment as the US principal officer at US Consulate.

The governor said Punjab was the land of saints and the people of this province were very hospitable and courteous. He said there was no room for fanaticism in our society, adding the elements involved in suicide attacks or killing innocent people had nothing to do with Islam.

Taseer said that the PPP government believed in the policy of national reconciliation and this was the reason that President Asif Ali Zardari took all parties on board and gave them a share in power. He said in past, opposition members were mostly targeted but now they were being treated equally.

The US diplomat assured the governor that the US would extend all out cooperation to Pakistan for the promotion of universal education and teachers' training. The news


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Two students arrested in UK return home
Lahore: Two Pakistani students who were arrested in the UK on false charges of planning terrorist activities on Thursday reached Lahore.

Talking to reporters at the Lahore Airport, Muhammad Rizwan Sharif and Muhammad Omer Sharif said they were detained in jail along with criminals in the UK despite the fact that the UK authorities had failed to prove any charges against them.

They maintained the UK authorities created circumstances that forced them to leave the UK. They termed the detention as a shameful act for the entire nation, saying that they were detained for more than three months without any justification from the UK authorities.

They demanded reimbursement of their fees deposited in the UK. They also wanted a probe into their detention. Both the students along with other Pakistani students were detained in the UK four months ago for allegedly planning a terror plot. The UK invited a lot of criticism and condemnation as it failed to prove allegations leveled against the students. The news


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