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KU research institute, MA forms: PSF warns APMSO

Another research institute planned in KU
Karachi, March 15, 2008: The construction of Centre for Bioequivalence Studies and Bioassay Research (CBSBR) at the Dr Panjwani Centre for Molecular Medicine and Drug Research (PCMD), University of Karachi, will be completed in 2010 at a cost of Rs249 million.

This was stated by the acting director of the International Centre for Chemical and Biological Sciences (ICCBS), KU, Prof Dr Mohammad Iqbal Choudhary, on Friday. He was presiding over a meeting held at the ICCBS to review the construction work of the project. Dr Iqbal said that the CBSBR would provide a high-tech facility for the evaluation of generic pharmaceutical products in the country.

He said that the project was initially being funded by the government of Pakistan and ultimately it would become a profit-earning organisation promoting research and academic activities in the country.

MA exam forms
The University of Karachi extended the date for the submission of examination forms for MA/double MA and improvement of division for external annual examination 2007. Students can now submit examination forms without any late fee from March 17 to 29. The examination forms can be obtained from NBP/UBL counters, Silver Jubilee Gate No 1 for Rs25.

Enrolment forms
The University of Karachi also notified that the enrolment forms and fee of MA from Defence Authority College for Women would be accepted with a late fee of Rs500 by March 22. APP/PPI

Karachi: If PSF party workers are not safe in the educational institutions of Karachi then neither are the members of the All Pakistan Muttahida Student Organization (APMSO), the central leadership of Pakhtoon Student Federation (PSF) Sindh warned in a press conference held Friday at the Karachi Press Club (KPC).

The press conference was led by PSF Central Leader Ismail Khan Mehsud, PSF Sindh President Tariq Khan Tareen and PSF Provincial Secretary Altaf Khattak. Mehsud alleged that the Governor of Sindh and City Nazim were responsible for creating unrest in the educational institutions of the city.

He claimed that the MQM and its student wing APMSO were trying to create ethnic violence and destroying the peace in the educational institutions of the city to blackmail the future government of Sindh.

Mehsud alleged that in the last few weeks, MQM and APMSO activists jointly tortured PSF workers in different educational institutions, including Johar Degree College, Superior Science College and Asif Abad Degree College.

He further alleged that MQM and APMSO activists entered the Superior Science College in the presence of SHO Nadir Khan and other police personnel in three cars, including one private ambulance, seized two PSF workers, Sheer Nawaz and Naveed Alam, took them to their sector office and tortured them.

After the MQM workers were done with the PSF workers they took them to Khokharapar and asked them to flee, only to open fire at them from behind, which resulted in them getting critical bullet wounds. It was with the help of the residents that the area police shifted them to the Jinnah Hospital.

Despite the PSF's repeated requests, the police has avoided registering an FIR against the culprits, claimed Mehsud. He added that the police have agreed to register an FIR but on the condition that the name of the MQM sector in-charge will not be included.

The PSF gave a one-week ultimatum to the government for fulfilling their demands which include the registration of an FIR against the nominated culprits and the suspension of SHO Nadir Khan. If their demands are not fulfilled, Mehsud said, the PSF will start its own protest campaign across the city. Daily Times

Talent fair at DA Junior Model School
Karachi: Students of the Defence Authority Junior Model School, Darakshan, presented an exciting and fun filled talent show at the school premises on Friday. The variety programme included tableaus, songs and short plays based on patriotic and moral themes.

An English play 'Akbar and Birbal' acted out at the show, depicted the intellectually vibrant court of the Indian emperor, punctuated by some very witty and intelligent remarks made by Birbal. Meanwhile, the Urdu play 'C-4 Pizza' was an excellent satire on the modern age of computers and modern technology.

The chief guest, Administrator DHA, Brigadier Kamran Aziz Qazi said that the opportunity to perform on stage helps the students to develop confidence, adding that these qualities are vital for the wholesome development of students' personality in their formative years. "The best investment for the future is to provide proper grooming and good education to the children so as to help them transform into an enlightened and progressive generation," said the Administrator.

Later the Administrator distributed prizes among the students who excelled in various curricular and non-curricular activities. Moreover, Qazi also announced an award of Rs0, 000 for the school. The News
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