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BIEK Intermediate pre-medical result delay

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Karachi, Aug 04: The Board of Intermediate Education Karachi (BIEK) will take a decision on declaring the Intermediate Science (pre-medical) Group annual examinations-2010 in a couple of days, according to the board chairman Prof Anwar Ahmed Zai.

The results were scheduled to be announced on Tuesday but had to be deferred in view of the law and order situation.

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Educational institutions may reopen
Karachi: Rejecting reports of continued closure of schools or colleges, Sindh Chief Secretary Fazlur Rehman on Tuesday evening repeated his earlier statement that all educational institutions including schools, colleges and universities in the city would reopen on Wednesday, after a day's closure on Tuesday on account of a law and order situation.

He did not agree to the idea that further violence on late Tuesday night and the following day could aggravate the law and order situation, asserting that "everything will turn normal by Wednesday".

He said educational institutions in other parts of Sindh would also reopen on Wednesday.

The Sindh government had ordered closure of all educational institutions for Tuesday, although they had reopened only on Monday after the summer vacation, amid incidents of violence that broke out soon after the assassination of Muttahida Qaumi Movement legislator Syed Raza Haider. The violence affected many areas of the city and left scores of people dead and injured. An MQM call for mourning led to a complete shutterdown, with a negligible presence of vehicular traffic, across the city on Tuesday. Dawn

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SPLA hunger strike continues
Sukkur: The Sindh Professors and Lecturers Association (SPLA) continued its token hunger strike for the fifth consecutive day here on Tuesday against the transfer of 414 assistant professors. The SPLA also took out a protest rally and demanded the withdrawal of transfer orders. Representatives of the SPLA Professor Ayoub Marri, Professor Mushtaq Phulpoto and others told reporters at the hunger strike camp that the transfer of over 90 assistant professors of the Sukkur Region to other districts was based on victimisation. The news

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