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Advertise / Funeral Services
« Last post by ayeshanoor on August 15, 2018, 02:29:33 PM »
When your loved ones are departed from you permanently, it is very sad occasion for the people. At this very critical moment, it becomes difficult for them to handle the funeral service and other services. When someone is died, then his/her relatives start the preparation of the funeral services by providing kafan, bathing of dead body, offering of last prayer (janaza prayer), recitation of Holy Quran, burial of the deceased and other events. In the big cities, the graveyards are located at far off places and it becomes challenging to reach to the graveyard. We provide the services of the funeral by providing kafan, bathing of deceased, and burial of the dead body in the graveyard, arrangement of transportation taking the people to graveyard. We also provide the funeral services to people of different religions as we have expert and professional workers, who are adept in their work. We provide the funeral services to the clients at the highly competitive and affordable rates. You should feel free to contact with us for the provision of quality and excellent funeral services to the clients.
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Receiving bodies arriving from abroad
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Obtaining permission for burial (as required)
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Supplying traditional kaffan
Prayers in mosque
Arranging for Dua / Qur’an Khattam
Arranging food services at home
Arranging for transportation to/from the graveyard
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Passive smoking is responsible for at least 17,000 stillbirths in a year from mothers, who are exposed to second-hand smoke fumes from their husbands or other family members in Pakistan.
The grim situation has been recently published in a report appeared in the British Medical Journal compiled by the scholars of the University of York. The team looked into the link between passive smoking and stillbirths in 30 developing nations from 2008 to 2013.
The puffing habit of smokers is also harming those around them and even babies in wombs. Inhaling second-hand smoke during pregnancy is causing stillbirths in most of the developing countries.
There is a growing evidence that exposure to second-hand smoke during pregnancy can increase the risk of stillbirth, low birth weight, malformation, respiratory diseases and cognitive problems.
Other Health Professionals / Samsung Galaxy Note 9 with Hands-on Video
« Last post by ayeshanoor on August 09, 2018, 02:07:35 PM »
Samsung is the leading and popular mobile phone manufacturing company and this company is going to release its new coming mobile phone in the market in short time.
The company is going to release the upcoming smart phone, Galaxy Note 9, its specifications and pricing and availability of the smart phone in the international market. The viewers can watch the video and it is the first look of the new coming smart phone, Samsung Galaxy Note 9 before its official release.
The video of the new coming smart phone has confirmed the news of the designs of the smart phone, Note 9 and it looks identical to Note 8. This handset has the visible difference as it has the different fingerprint sensors placement at back and the Galaxy Note 9 at written at its bottom.
This handset has the larger camera sensor on its back and it looks like the dual aperture lens as it is provided on the back of S9+. The Samsung company has already provided the same hardware and camera for the smart phones of S series and Note series.
The Note 9 has the best cameras in the world and we expect the additional features on the basis of the previous leaks. These features will improve the camera performance or not once phone is launched.
Official Announcement
The smart phone, Note 9 will be announced on 09 August during the Galaxy Unpacked event in New York and the availability of the smart phone is expected on 24 August in the international markets.
The opposition parties have launched protests against alleged rigging in the July 25 polls by blocking the Peshawar-Islamabad motorway and staging a demonstration outside the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) in Islamabad.
Workers belonging to Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal (MMA), Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), Awami National Party (ANP) and Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) have gathered outside the ECP office bringing Constitution Avenue in Islamabad to a standstill.
In Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, ANP and Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) supporters have blocked Peshawar-Islamabad motorway. The decision to stage a demonstartion was taken in a provincial meeting of JUI-F headed by party chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman on August 4. Rejecting the results of general polls, it announced to block all major roads of the province.
ANP had also directed its party workers to support JUI-F demonstrations. Both the parties have decided to sit in the opposition aisle in the federal and provincial assemblies.
General Health & Disease Articles / Gossips
« Last post by ayeshanoor on August 07, 2018, 02:39:41 PM »
Om Puri, who ventured into Pakistani cinema with the Fahad Mustafa and Mehwish Hayat-starrer Actor in Law, opened up about Indo-Pak tensions in his last interview before passing away in January 2017.
Fans of the veteran Bollywood icon will get to see him one last time on-screen in Lashtam Pashtam, which he shot for in the days before his death. The film, releasing on August 10, will see Puri playing a Pakistani taxi driver
An interview of the late actor with the film’s director, Manav Bhalla, has now resurfaced. Speaking about his character in Lashtam Pashtam, the Singh Is Kinng actor had said, “I play a Pakistani taxi driver. An Indian who is lost in Pakistan and wishes to go to Islamabad, which is burning due to bomb blasts, asks me to take him there.”
He continued, “I refuse him instantly but the youngster is so desperate to go to Islamabad. Though he is Indian, I decide to help him out, despite knowing that there are a lot of risks involved.”
When asked about the message he wants people to take away from his character, Puri earlier shared, “My character itself is giving out a message. Manav has written it in such a way that tells people that hatred should end as it has no specific reason and we are fighting forcefully. We are all humans and we have stayed together for years. Mughal rulers stayed here for almost 600 years. Before independence, we all stayed together, we have learned from all the etiquettes (tehzeeb). Yes, there have been some issues but like there is a dialogue in the film that issues happen at home also, amongst Hindu brothers also and also amongst the relatives.”
He added, “When the Partition happened, brothers thought that let one brother stay this side and other on the other side and this won’t change much as they can anytime come on each other’s side. But they never thought the situation would become so bad. So this partition was the partition of relationships, emotions, and feelings and it’s a really painful thing.”
Puri stated that people have to be reminded time and again to live and let live. “People must learn how to move on as we have sacrificed a lot during the Partition.
Keeping in view the dengue outbreak that ravaged across the province, specifically in the provincial capital, last year, the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (K-P) government has been putting all its efforts not only to destroy breeding places for the virus but also sensitizing the general public on preventive measures.
In order to contain spread of dengue virus, the provincial directorate general for health has issued a dengue alert meant for sharing with the genial public information and the steps which could help prevent a possible outbreak this year.
Although the mercury has jumped up within last few days, nevertheless, the recent rains could provide Aedes [dengue mosquito], a breeding place, an opportunity for mosquito to come in contact with humans in households, workplaces, markets, schools, hospitals and other places.
The alert, a copy available with The Express Tribune, shared precautionary measures including keeping a close check on household containers both for domestic water storage besides decorative plants as well as multiplicity of rain-filled habitats including used tyres, discarded food and beverages containers, blocked gutters and under construction buildings.
“Typically these mosquitoes do not fly far and [majority] remain within 100 meters of where they emerged,” it read adding that they fed almost entirely on humans, mainly during daylight hours and both in and outdoors.
It has therefore been deemed necessary to notify the following [not necessarily exhaustive] preventive ensures against dengue for adoption by the general community, government and private offices, enterprises, the alert addressed all the health facilities’ heads, commissioners, deputy commissioners, Nazism and other concerned officials.
While emphasizing upon preventive measures, the alert shared with the general public to use full-sleeves cloths, wearing socks, using chemical repellents [with care for young children, sick, weak or elderly] besides mosquito coils, aerosols, electric vaporizers mats, insecticide treated nets specifically for kids, elderly and pregnant women.
“Drain out the water from desert/window air coolers when not in use, tanks, barrels, drums and buckets besides removing all objects containing water such as plant saucers from the house,” the alert shared adding that all the water storage containers should be kept covered all the time, discard bottles, plastic bags, tins since it [Dengue mosquito] always survived in clean water.
The directorate general officials have stressed upon those busy in constructions by stating that the water storage facilities at construction sites should be mosquito-proof, debris around the sites removed, disposal of scrap material prioritized.
“Heads of hospital, offices, enterprises, police stations, parks, civic amenities and other public places should form teams to check premises from end to end to ensure there is no stagnant water,” it read adding that heads for premises with green areas, swimming pools  and fountains should be extra careful.
“Roof tops are especially vulnerable,” it read adding ‘these should be inspected every two days to avoid water storage stagnation besides all overhead tanks, bathroom utensils used for storage water should be properly covered.
Advertise / Rawalpindi's dispensaries in need of doctors, medicines
« Last post by ayeshanoor on August 04, 2018, 01:23:52 PM »
The 191 state-run dispensaries in Rawalpindi district are in need of doctors, medicines and basic facilities, officials said.
According to health officials, the free healthcare facilities running under the Rawalpindi Municipal Corporation (RMC) are victim of government neglect.
Around 226 posts for doctors and paramedical staff are lying vacant in these medical centres but the provincial health authorities have yet to make the requisite hiring, officials said requesting anonymity as they were not authorised to talk to the media.
If the basic necessities like medicines, laboratories and others are provided, the unusual load of patients on Rawalpindi’s three Allied Hospitals can be eased, the said. However, the local government and Punjab health department has completely failed to fulfil its responsibilities. Rs200 million is spent on these health centres annually which is actually peanuts as compared to the growing population.
At present, Rawalpindi has 35 health centres, out of which buildings of six health centres are being upgraded. However, this upgrading work remains incomplete.
There are 98 basic healthcare centres in the entire district, eight in rural areas, 13 mother-child healthcare centres, six general dispensaries and 37 district council dispensaries are functional.
These health facilities cumulatively serve more than 5,000 patients daily.
Despite being a public healthcare service, these units lack the required number of doctors, nurses and technicians. The simple facilities of laboratory and X-ray machines are also absent.
At present, the government has accepted grants to provide the municipal dispensaries with 15 medical officers among the fulfilment of 224 vacant posts. But so far, only 7 medical officers among 99 posts have been filled, with 8 medical officers and 101 posts still vacant. In rural dispensaries, 203 posts are still vacant with only 4 medical officers occupying the spots while 11 medical officers and 101 posts still remain vacant. The local administration has repeatedly requested the provincial authorities on the vacant positions, but to no avail.
Paltry budget
On the other hand, sources say that the government dispensaries are given a budget of Rs20 million annually for the medicines and a 15% deduction is made in this budget has become a norm. For medicines, the annual budget per dispensary is Rs22,278 or around Rs1,840 per month and Rs61 per day for facilities have patient footprint of over 5,000 per day.
Sources also say that the medicines’ budget is being cut by 15% annually resulting in further shortage in supply of medicines.
They said that if the total allocations were spread over the number of slips these dispensaries issue to visiting patients the estimate would come around Rs21 per patient.
Advertise / Viral hepatitis afflicts thousands in K-P
« Last post by ayeshanoor on August 03, 2018, 01:42:29 PM »
As the world observed World Hepatitis Day on July 28, it is estimated that nearly 12,000 people are infected with hepatitis C and about 5,500 with hepatitis B in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa.
This was shared by K-P Hepatitis Control Programme Director Dr Kalimullah Khan while addressing a seminar to mark the day.
On the occasion an awareness walk was also arranged in which large number of doctors, students and other people participated. The participants shared their views and said that worldwide millions of people living with viral hepatitis unaware and this programme aim to aware to aware people of this province.
Khan shared that 300 million people living with viral hepatitis are unaware that they have the disease and informed that similarly a sizeable number of people in Pakistan, especially in K-P are unaware of this viral disease.
The director said that majority cases of hepatitis C are reported from Hangu district followed by Mardan and Swat district, while multiple cases of hepatitis C and B also reported from other districts of the province.
Dr Khan also shared that a new medicine Velpatasvir has been introduced for prevention of this disease the use of which can help a patient control this disease in three months.
He informed that from next month they have decided to distribute this tablet free of cost in public sector hospitals to the poor patients infected with hepatitis C and B. The director criticized both provincial and federal government for not taking serious notice of this issue.
He said that K-P Hepatitis Control Programme has convinced five companies to purchase this medicine and provide to the poor patients of the province.
Meanwhile, Rehman Medical Institute (RMI) organised an event on Saturday regarding World Hepatitis Day to create awareness among masses against this disease.
A number of consultants, nurses, paramedical staff from RMI and other general public attended the event.
Awareness walk, a lecture by Dr Javed Iqbal of Lady Reading Hospital was held and a free hepatitis screening was also inaugurated at RMI for the general public.
Senior consultant of RMI Dr Muhammad Naveed Anwer said that more than 400,000 people die from the complications associated with Hep B and Hep C.
In Pakistan it is thought that every eighth person is infected with either hepatitis B or C he said.
According to Answer the aim of this programmer is to create awareness among masses to end this disease from the county
Separately, health officials said that in order to control hepatitis cases, the health department plans to propose to the K-P legislators for enacting laws holding blood investigations mandatory ahead of marriages and specifically surgical procedures.
Blood screening was mandatory ahead of surgical procedures to protect the doctors from virus. However, tests for would be spouses remains a personal choice of the people of the province where not only hepatitis but thalassemia too was prevalent.
“We have blood testing facilities at the district and tehsil headquarters hospitals besides tertiary care facilities, but on voluntary basis and we want screening to be made mandatory,” . The official however requested anonymity since he was not authorized to talk to the media.
 New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern returned to work on Thursday just six weeks after delivering her first child, having become the first premier in the nation’s history to take maternity leave while in office.
The 38-year-old premier’s pregnancy was seen by many as a symbol of progress for women in leadership roles as she became only the second elected leader, after Pakistan’s Benazir Bhutto in 1990, to have given birth in office.
“Day to day I’m worrying about feeding, sleeping and nappies and then there’s this overlay of interest in something that is actually mundane,” Ardern said in an interview with Television New Zealand.
I’m just perhaps amongst some of the first who are doing something that hasn’t been done very often, but one day it will be normal.”
New Zealand’s parliament has worked to become more baby-friendly in recent months and Ardern’s daughter, Neve Te Aroha, will be allowed to cuddle with her mother during debates and swim in the pool alongside other legislators’ children.
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