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CDA anti-encroachment operation continues. National Day of Tajikistan celebrated. Unruly traffic becomes constant headache for commuters. BISP to introduce programmes to reduce stunted growth of children.

Sheikh Rasheed asks Chinese company to provide solid proposals. ANF gets drug identification kits. IP strategies for universities devised. Counting people with disabilities in Pakistan. Commercial use of residential buildings goes unchecked.

Nepal to train brick kiln owners. JI chief calls for across-the-board accountability. Speakers want govt policy to ensure jobs for youth. CM wants ongoing schemes completed on priority basis. Accused suffer as trial lingers on. Over 9, policemen deployed for Muharram. Woman gives birth to triplets. Minister seeks steps for implementation of day plan. PHC directs police chief to install jammers, depute policemen.

KP bracing for difficult budget. Sewer damaged by BRT not repaired after two months. ECP unveils schedule for PK 71 by-poll. Economic managers mull proposal to issue yuan-denominated bonds. Former WB official named BoI chair.

Turkish central bank raises interest rates by bps to 24 percent. Govt urged to check exports of steel scraps. Pakistan pushes China to realign goals in its Belt-and-Road initiative: Babar, Hasan look to sizzle in Asia Cup.

Mani expresses confidence in Inzamam, Basit. Sri Lanka suffer Gunathilaka setback. Anderson not contemplating retirement yet. Collingwood calls time on career. Shastri under fire after England series defeat. Hurricane Florence Friday live updates: Downed trees and flooded roads September 14, Here are the Columbia gas stations where you can still fill your tank September 11, September 13, How many people in South Carolina are without power during Hurricane Florence?

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