KARACHI: On Saturday evening, crowds poured in to see a documentary produced by filmmaker Dostain Baloch and professor Dr Nida Kirmani called ‘Don Akhbar’. Perhaps one of the most packed halls on the second day of the Karachi Literature Festival (KLF), the movie screening drew people to the margins of the Beach Luxury Hotel and to the quite closely
HYDERABAD: Wednesday was an unusual day for the students of the Kollur campus of Gaudium School in Ramachandrapuram mandal, Medak district as none other than Miss World Australia 2017, Esma Voloder, dropped by. Esma was at the school to support an initiative by grade III students on child rights.
As part of inculcating the IB Learner’s profile in the children, the grade III students of Gaidium focussed on ‘Rights and Responsibilities’ where the children took a step forward in serving the under privileged children of the primary government school from the village Borbatla, 78 km from Kukatpally.
On November 11, they put up a farmers’ market where they sold artifacts that include best out of waste
University Police ‘optimistic’ evidence will lead to arrest
By Neal SimonThe Evening Tribune
ALFRED — The University Police Department at Alfred State “is optimistic that scientific analysis may yield a conclusion” to arson fires that plagued a residence hall in November, the college said in a statement posted on its website Wednesday.
In its latest update on the arson probe and the search for suspects, Alfred State officials revealed that the high-tech investigation is utilizing federal criminal profiling, DNA, video surveillance and a “silent witness” system to generate leads.
Local law enforcement agencies as well as county and state fire investigators are probing three fires that were intentionally set over a seven-day period in November. The fires were reported on Nov. 8, Nov. 14 and Nov. 15 in Mackenzie North residence hall. Each of the fires were set in trash cans, college officials said, adding that paper and plastic