Tags : Lahore

Monsoon Madness: Lahore and Punjab Get a Much-Needed Soaking

The wait is finally over! A new monsoon system has swept into Punjab, bringing with it a welcome respite from the sweltering heat and humidity that had been plaguing Lahore and other districts. And boy, has it made an entrance! With forecasts predicting a deluge of monsoon rains until July 20, the Pakistan Meteorological Department […]Read More

Lahore traffic police issued 2.8mln fine tickets on violations in

The Lahore traffic police have taken a stern stance against traffic violations, issuing a whopping 2.8 million fine tickets in the first six months of 2024. Chief Traffic Officer Amara Athar revealed that the majority of tickets (800,000) were issued for lane and stop line violations. Helmets and Licenses a Must They also targeted motorcyclists […]Read More

Punjab Chief Minister Announces Cash Prize for Staff

Punjab Chief Minister Maryam Nawaz has announced a cash prize equal to one month’s salary for the staff who participated in the three-day Operation Cleanup on the occasion of Eidul Adha. Appreciation for Staff Efforts Maryam Nawaz praised the efforts of her team, stating that officers and staff of all municipal departments and solid waste […]Read More

Punjab Government Imposes Ban on Swimming and Bathing in Rivers

Ahead of Eid-ul-Azha, Province Takes Measures to Ensure Public Safety The Punjab government has taken proactive steps to ensure public safety ahead of Eid-ul-Azha, banning swimming and bathing in all rivers and canals across the province. Enforcement of Ban The Punjab Home Department has directed district administrations to enforce the ban, preventing people from engaging […]Read More

Lahore’s Food Department Ends Wheat Procurement, Private Sector to Take

According to sources, the food department in Lahore has opted to discontinue its practice of wheat procurement. A new policy is in the works, which will be formalized into law, effectively ending the Food Department’s involvement in wheat procurement. Under the new policy, the private sector will directly purchase wheat from farmers, with the government […]Read More

Lawyers’ Protest in Lahore Leads to Arrests and Tensions

The protest by lawyers at GPO Chowk near Lahore High Court escalated on Wednesday, leading to the arrest of several lawyers by the police. The lawyers are protesting against the division of civil courts and the filing of terrorism cases against their colleagues. The Lahore High Court Bar Association has stated that they are not […]Read More

Pakistani Passport Offices in Karachi and Lahore Now Open 24/7

In response to directives from the Ministry of Interior, Pakistani passport offices in Karachi and Lahore have commenced round-the-clock operations, aimed at enhancing accessibility and convenience for citizens. According to a notification issued by the ministry, the regional passport office in Garden Town, Lahore, will be open to the public 24/7, while the regional passport […]Read More

Punjab Cracks Down on Smoke-Emitting Factories to Combat Smog

In Lahore, the Punjab government has taken decisive action against smoke-emitting factories to combat air pollution and mitigate the threat of smog in the province. Senior Minister Punjab Marriyum Aurangzeb has announced that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has initiated a crackdown on these factories in the second phase of their operation. Raids have been […]Read More

Iranian President Raisi’s Historic Visit to Lahore

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi arrived in Lahore on Tuesday as part of his official visit to Pakistan. He was warmly received at the airport by Punjab Chief Minister Maryam Nawaz, marking the first visit by a foreign head of state since the new government assumed power after the February 8 elections. During his visit to […]Read More

Sugar Prices Rise by Rs 4/kg in Lahore, Reaching Rs

In Lahore, sugar prices have seen a notable increase of Rs 4 per kilogram, bringing the price to Rs 142 per kilogram. According to the dealers association, the wholesale price of sugar stands at Rs 144 per kg, while it is being retailed at Rs 150 per kg in the local market. Meanwhile, the Pakistan […]Read More