PU holiday, exams: KEMU results: IJT protest

PU holiday on 21st
Lahore, March 19, 2008: Punjab University will remain closed on March 21 (Friday) on account of Eid Milad-un-Nabi (PBUH), said a PU spokesman here on Tuesday. App

Exam papers CDs
The Punjab Examination Commission (PEC) has provided CDs of previous examination papers and model papers of primary and middle standard examinations to all the executive district officers for the benefit of students, teachers and parents.

These papers are also available at the commission's website www.pec.edu.pk. The primary and middle standard examinations exams will commence from May 13 and May 19 respectively. The News

KEMU results
Lahore: The King Edward Medical University (KEMU) has announced the results of BSc (Hons) Vision Sciences Part-I Annual Examination 2008 and MBBS First Professional Part-I Annual Examination 2007.

According to a press release, 54 candidates had appeared in the BSc (Hons) Vision Sciences exam and 43 of them were declared successful while 274 candidates had appeared in the MBBS exam and 177 of them were declared successful.

The supplementary exam for the former will start on April 28 while supplementary exam for the latter will start of April 30. Details can be seen on the university website: www.kemu.edu.pk.

D-Pharmacy results: THE Lahore College for Women
University (LCWU) declared the result of D-Pharmacy 2nd Professional Final Examination 2007 (Session 2005-2010) on Tuesday.

As many as 62 candidates had appeared in the exam while 46 of them were declared successful. The News

IJT protest against caricatures jams traffic on The Mall
Lahore: The Islami Jamiat Talaba (IJT) protested on The Mall against a few Danish newspapers for publishing caricatures of the Holy Prophet (PBUH). The protest caused a traffic jam that lasted for three hours.

Several hundreds IJT activists came out on The Mall and shouted slogans against the Danish government. The students held placards and burnt the Danish flag and an effigy of its president.

The police did not try to stop them because the IJT protesters were in large numbers. Lower Mall, Civil Lines Road, Hall Road and other by-roads were clogged with traffic. Policemen had been deployed on both sides of The Mall.

The IJT activists had gathered under the leadership of Lahore Jamaat-e-Islami chief Hafiz Salman Butt, Pakistan IJT chief Attiqur Rehman, Lahore IJT chief Abdul Basit and PU IJT Nazim Zahid Naveed. Lahore Bar Association President Manzoor Qadir also joined the rally.

Butt said the life of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) was a role model for all religions and his teachings were spreading across the world. "Western nations are using ways to stop the spread of our religion," he said. "If the government will not severe ties with Denmark the situation in the country will get worse."

Qadir said, "Everyone, including students and lawyers, is willing to sacrifice his or her life for the Prophet's (PBUH) honour," adding that the country had been formed to implement the Islamic system.

Attiqur Rehman said the Pakistani Army and Pakistani rulers had lost the zeal for their religion. "Protests will continue against the Danish government." Daily Times

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