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NWFP cadet colleges regulations approval

Regulations for cadet colleges approved
Peshawar, Aug 13: The 31st meeting of board of governors of Cadet College Razmak was held here on Wednesday under the chairmanship of NWFP Governor Owais Ahmed Ghani.

The meeting was attended by members of the board which discussed the 10-point agenda relating to administrative, financial and academic matters of the college, says a handout.

The meeting approved draft regulations for the Cadet College Razmak and other upcoming colleges that would bring uniformity in the structure and operation of these colleges.

While discussing the service rules, the board constituted a committee comprising Director Education (Fata) and Secretary A & C (Fata) to study the rules and submit recommendations to it.

Similarly, proposals regarding cadet college matters would also be looked into by a committee comprising principal of the college, director education (Fata) and secretary finance.

The board approved fresh admissions in class-XI utilising the positions falling vacant due to the exit of students after the declaration of the SSC examination results. The fresh admission would be made as per quota on the basis of entry test and board results.

The meeting also discussed reconstitution of board of governors and various other committees including the executive committee, finance committee and discipline committee and approved certain changes. Dawn

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Students demand military operation in Khyber Agency
Peshawar: The students belonging to Khyber Agency Wednesday demanded of the government to launch a full-fledged military operation to purge their area of militants.

Addressing a joint press conference here, Gul Mand, Habib and Mubarak Shah said Mangal Bagh, chief of Lashkar-e-Islam (LI), has been made life of the masses a living hell for the last four years. "Slaughtering, shooting and kidnapping of the well-off and prominent people by LI have become order of the day," they alleged.

The students said they were living in their native town but compelled by cruelties of the militants to migrate to Peshawar.

Meanwhile, social workers of Akakhel tribe of Bara tehsil in a press conference demanded of the government to immediately halt the military operation as it was causing huge sufferings to innocent people of the area. The news

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Schoolteacher killed in Lower Orakzai
Hangu: Unidentified assailants killed a government schoolteacher and injured another as they were returning home after school hours in Lower Orakzai on Wednesday, officials said. Following the killing, the Orakzai Teachers' Union held a demonstration to demand that those who killed the teacher be arrested. Teachers announced a three-day mourning period, and decided not to participate in Independence Day celebrations in the agency. Dialy times

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