Rawalpindi News

Friday 25th April 2014
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Rawalpindi Facts

Population: Approx 155,058
Longitude: 73.13
Latitude: 33.6
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Country: Pakistan (PK)
Weather Station: Islamabad Airport
(about 2 miles away)

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News Headlines

Five teachers arrested in paper-leak case - Newspaper - DAWN.COM
RAWALPINDI: The Anti-Corruption Establishment (ACE) on Thursday arrested five government teachers for their alleged involvement in leaking a class 5th English language paper prepared by the Punjab Examination Commission (PEC).
Wasa to get World Bank funds by July - DAWN.COM
RAWALPINDI: Water and Sanitation Agency (Wasa) will receive the second installment of a World Bank loan worth $4.8 million, for the improvement of water and sewerage lines in the city, by end of this fiscal 2013-14.
Murree to be cleaned by hired help from Lahore - DAWN.COM
RAWALPINDI: The Rawalpindi Solid Waste Management Company (RSWMC) has hired the services of 150 employees of the Lahore Solid Waste Management Company (LSWMC), and paid Rs13 million to maintain cleanliness in Murree tehsil.
Teachers in hill stations await allowance - DAWN.COM
RAWALPINDI: Over 2,500 teachers posted in Murree and Kotli Sattiyan have not been paid a ‘hill area allowance’, promised to them by Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif about two years ago.
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RAWALPINDI: The anti-corruption establishment (ACE) of Rawalpindi has booked 10 teachers for their alleged involvement in leaking a fifth grade English language paper, prepared by the Punjab Examination Commission (PEC).
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Sports Headlines

Trials for Under-16 Pindi cricket team - DAWN.COM
RAWALPINDI: Trials to select Rawalpindi district’s Under-16 cricket team that will participate in the upcoming national championship will be held at Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium on Saturday (today).
Ex-league star Marshall wants out of union
WELLINGTON: High-profile rugby code-hopper Benji Marshall wants to quit rugby union for an immediate return to league after struggling for game time with the Auckland Blues Super 15 side, the team confirmed Monday.
Asif, Bilawal meets Pakistan's Street Children footballer
KARACHI: Pakistan's street football children, who finished third in World Street Football in Brazil, met former President Asif Ali Zardari and Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Tuesday.
Army win Basketball Championship - DAWN.COM
TAXILA: The Army contingent clenched the title of the champions at the 53rd National Basketball Championship, by beating its arch rival, the Air Force, at the POF Sports Complex on Monday.
Uruguay World Cup hero remembers 1950 goal, then silence
MONTEVIDEO: Alcides Ghiggia still remembers the shocked hush in the Maracana stadium, packed with more than 200,000 people, after he scored the goal that felled football's superpower.
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