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Punjab university MA women's studies part-I result 2009

Punjab university annouced result of MA women's studies part-I 2009
Lahore, Sep 30: The Punjab University has declared the result of MA Women's Studies, Part-I, Annual Examination, 2009. The pass percentage in the exam remained 76.19. Detailed result is available at PU website The news

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Medical student crushed to death at Jail road
Lahore: A 19-year-old medical student was run over by a tractor trolley at Jail Road on Tuesday.

Mubeen Masood, a resident of Asim Garden, Gujarwal, died instantly when she was run over by an over speeding Solid Waste Management (SWM) Department tractor trolley while crossing the road in front of the Lahore College for Women University.

Tragic call: Responding to reports of the incident, Shadman police reached the site and arrested the accused driver, Sakhawat, who is an employee of the SWM. Deputy Superintendent of Police Shamasul Haq Durrani said that police had registered an FIR against the accused under Section 322 and had started an investigation. He said police had informed Mubeen's family of her untimely death by using her cell phone to call her father. Traffic Deputy Inspector General (DIG) Usman Khattak said there was no footpath at the site of the accident and it was necessary to observe traffic laws to avoid such incidents. Special Adviser to Punjab Chief Minister Pervez Malik also regretted the incident and stressed upon the need to inculcate traffic sense in the public.

Masood Ahmed, Mubeen's father, refused to let the police conduct an autopsy. He told a private TV channel that his daughter had left early for school that day, the Online news agency reported. He said he was informed at 11am that his only daughter was dead. He said his family had shifted to Lahore two years ago to allow Mubeen to pursue her dream of becoming a doctor. Daily times

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"Guys, I was one of the Bare witness of this incident. I saw that poor girl crossing the road a minute back and then heard her scream, my wife sitting at my bikes back seat saw the whole incident. I was the first one to reach her and cover her dead body with her clothes then one of the student gave her dupta to a van driver to cover her body completely. The point of me submitting this info here is that the driver of the trolly is completely innocent. I can swear on that she came in the middle of high speen traffic and there was a car infront ofher when that car horned her to move, she got confused and moved one step forward and at that type trolly was just 1 to 2 meters away from her and her legs were suddenly trapped in trolls front wheels. until the driver can apply breaks it was too late and once teh whole tractor rolled her benetah it. Driver got confused and scared and instead of pulling breaks at that time he tried to speed up and run but was caught on before the muzung road signal which leads to ferozepur road and bashir Daul Mahi. Now you guyz can judge yourself that it was not that drivers fault and If someone can give me Victims house address I will like to go there and talk to them to forgive that driver. maybe his blessing will lead the poor girl to heaven because it is one of the biggest good deads to fogive soemone even when that person is innocent to that extent. your reply will be highly apprecitaed if any one can provide me the address. I dont want to go to Stupid Police station for that cause belive me."
Name: S.M. Murtaza Shah
City, Country: Lahore, Pakistan

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Students criticized college admin for not following fee structure
Lahore: A Large number of students of Government College of Technology, Railway Road, staging a protest demonstration, criticized the college administration for allegedly not following instructions of the government regarding fee structure.

The demo was staged outside the Lahore Press Club in which protesting students while carrying banners and placards chanted slogans against the college administration and demanded cut in fee as per announcement of the government.

Most of the protestors were students of Diploma of Associate Engineering (DAE) of various technologies studying in second and third year in the second shift.

They said the government had announced that the institutions would not charge extra fee from students of second shift and their fee structure would be at par with those studying in the first shift programmes. "We are being charged under the self-finance category and our annual fee is around Rs 25,000", they said.

However, it is important to mention here that Technical Education & Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA) has recently announced that all those students who will be admitted in second shift from 2009 will be charged the same fee being charged from students of first shift.

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GCU awards four PhDs
Lahore: The Government College University has awarded PhDs to four candidates in subject of Chemistry in September this year. According to a press release on Tuesday, the degrees were awarded to Farzana Bashir, Muhammad Ashfaq, Muhammad Nadeem Asghar and Syed Tauqir Ali Sherazi.

The students completed their theses under the supervision of Dr Muhammad Akram Kashmiri, chairman Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE), Lahore, and Dr Islamullah Khan, Professor at GCU Lahore.

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Waqar Ahmed as new Director of CMD
Lahore: Rector of University of Management and Technology (UMT) Lahore and Chairman Center for Management Development (CMD) has appointed Waqar Ahmed as new Director of CMD with effect from September 25, 2009. The news

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UVAS to observe World school milk day
Lahore: University of Veterinary & Animal Sciences, Lahore, in collaboration with Livestock and Dairy Development Board, will observe 10th International 'World School Milk Day' with the participation of different schools on Wednesday, September 30. APP

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Two arrested for attacking student
Bahawalpur: The police claimed to have arrested two men, one of them a constable, allegedly for making an attempt on the life of a university student on Tuesday.

According to the complainant, Adeel, a student of Islamia University Bahawalpur's Islamic Studies department, Khurram Bhatti, a constable in patrolling police, and Shehzad came to IUB Baghdad-ul-Jadid Campus to attack him.

However, Adeel overpowered the attackers and handed them over to police. The police reportedly recovered a revolver from the accused.

The complainant alleged that the both accused had earlier attacked his friend and now they wanted to kill him. Dawn

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