RMC student gunned down | ATM service at IIU

RMC student gunned down
Rawalpindi, March 29, 2008: A Rawalpindi Medical College (RMC) student was gunned down in RA Bazaar on Thursday night.

Police said four unidentified men fired at the 20-year-old student, Awais Khan, in Dhoke Chaudhrian. The assailants fled soon after the attack. Khan was shifted to the District Headquarters Hospital where he succumbed to injuries.

The body was handed over to the bereaved family after autopsy.

Khan's father lodged an FIR with RA Bazaar Police Station but named no suspects.

LUMS organises talk show
Lahore: Keeping in mind the essence of the day March 23, 1940, Phoenix, a society of the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) on Friday held a talk show, focusing on re-igniting the fervour and passion of the youth. According to a press release issued by Phoenix, the panellists for the talk show included Atif Aslam, writer Ghazi Salahuddin, television actress Seemi Raheel, Nirala Sweets owner Ahmer Farooq and debater Waqas Mir. The talk show was an interactive discussion where the panellists and the students held a healthy informal discussion about the plight of the Pakistani youth. Daily Times

Habib Bank starts ATM service at IIU Islamabad: Habib Bank Limited (HBL) has started its ATM service at International Islamic University (IIU) to facilitate the students and faculty members.

President IIU Dr. Anwar H. Siddiqui inaugurated the Automated Teller Machine (ATM).

Addressing the university's faculty members, IIU and HBL officers, he said that a big branch of HBL would be set up at New Campus to cater to the future needs of the IIU.

He said presently the university had over 12000 students, five hundred teachers, and 1000 employees. However, in near future the university will have more than 20,000 students, while the number of teachers and employees will also be increased.

He expressed the hope that the HBL management would set up a big branch at IIU, which would help fulfill the increasing needs of the university. He also appreciated the services and long association of HBL with IIU for the last 30 years.

Regional Chief Executive HBL, Izhar-ul-Haq on the occasion briefed about the services and products of HBL.

He assured that the bank besides constructing a new building at IIU for its branch would soon set up a separate ATM point for women students. The News



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