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Stealing NUST entry test question paper

Stealing NUST entry test questionnaire
Islamabad, Aug 16: Duty Judge Usman Ali Awn on Monday extended physical remand of the arrested employees and students of National University of Science and Technology (NUST) in a case of stealing entry test question paper for engineering course. Besides this the concerned court ordered Sabzi Mandi Police to arrest all the other alleged persons involved in that matter as soon as possible.

A first information report (FIR) vides 396/11 was registered against Altaf Hussain and Muhammad Riaz (NUST employees) and 11 students names Amin Nawaz, Ahmed Saeed, Amin Saqib, Muhammad Riaz, Waqar, Raja Faisal, Omer Farooq, Ahsan Nawaz and Ibad Ali under section 409 in Sabzi Mandi Police Station.

NUST Registrar Saleem Daud has lodged an application in Sabzi Mandi Police.

On Monday Police official produce the alleged person before Duty Judge Usman Ali and informing that the alleged students gave Rs 50,000 to the officials of the university to leak the entry test question papers as the students wanted to sale out the test papers on higher prices. The others accused in this case were still at large; however police raided different areas of Rawalpindi-Islamabad to arrest them.

Police also informed the court that the univeristy's departmental enquiry also declared the arrested students guilty and confirmed that the accused were found to be involved in stealing questioner aimed at selling it to some candidates. On the other hand, university administration had extended the date of entry test till August 24, adding that new questioner would be prepared.

Earlier, out of 13 alleged persons, four accused including Muhammad Riaz, Ibad Ali, Amin Nawaz and Waqar were arrested from the place of incident on August 10, meanwhile the other accused fled away from the scene. All the alleged students were residents of Rawalpindi. On August 11 court granted them four days physical remand which was expired on Monday.

Police requested the court to extend their physical remand for further seven days, saying that they wanted to carry out further investigations.

Duty Judge in his order marked that the police request for further seven-day physical remand of the accused persons. 'Recovery is yet to be effected, there is specific allegation of criminal breach of trust in respect of all accused person, therefore, for further elucidation of facts of the case and recoveries, four-day physical remand is granted. The accused students would be produced again on August 19', Duty Judge Usman Ali Awan marked in his order. Daily times

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Independence Day celebrated at FJWU
Rawalpindi: The 64th Independence Day was celebrated at Fatima Jinnah Women University by hoisting the flag in a ceremony here. Professor FJWU Vice Chancellor Dr Samina Amin Qadir on the occasion said that we are Muslims, followers of Holy Prophet (PBUH), who gave the message of peace, humanity and tolerance. We need to build our identity as a true Muslim. "It is need of the hour to give positive and affirmative thought to the young generation of this land, which will help them in recognizing and building their status as a peaceful nation," she said. The news

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Islamabad: Afaf Waseem, the daughter of Muhammad Waseem, got first position in the Fazaia Inter College, E-9, by securing 979marks in the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Annual Examination 2011 of the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, says a press release.

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Girls' college bombed in Swabi for first time
Swabi: A bomb exploded at the entrance to the Karnal Sher Khan Girls Degree College on Monday, causing damage to the building. However, no casualty was reported in the incident.

The militants were suspected of targeting the college as they have done elsewhere in the province by bombing educational institutions. The college is located about 50 yards away from the tomb of Captain Karnal Sher Khan, the recipient of the gallantry award Nishan-e-Haider who laid down his life for the country in the Kargil war in 1999. This is his village and named after him.

The bomb exploded at 5 am, breaking the quiet of the morning and destroying the gate and a college bus parked there. Cracks appeared in some rooms of the building.Except for two watchmen, no other officials or administrative staff were present at the college at the time of the incident at that early hour.

DPO Ijaz Khan visited the college. He said they had already taken numerous measures and were take more steps to further tighten the security. Educationists said it was for the first time in the Swabi district that a girls' college was bombed by the militants.

Some 18 days back, 12 bombs were found in a deserted place in Shahmansoor. It was followed by two explosions in the pubic sector high school at Marghuz. A 500KV transmission line was also targetted by the militants. The news

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