punjab government invites student applications for electric and petrol bikes scheme

Punjab Government Invites Student Applications for Electric and Petrol Bikes Scheme

Last date: April 29, 2024 The Punjab government has announced an opportunity for students to apply for electric and petrol bikes under the Punjab Chief Minister’s scheme. The deadline for applications is April 29. Deputy Commissioner Multan, Rizwan Qadeer, emphasized that providing bikes to students would not only tackle pollution but also empower them. A…

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punjab government takes bold steps to combat pollution plastic bag ban and solar panel subsidies

Punjab Government Takes Bold Steps to Combat Pollution: Plastic Bag Ban and Solar Panel Subsidies

The Punjab Government is taking big steps to fight pollution, especially smog. They decided to ban plastic bags all over Punjab. This decision came during a meeting led by Senior Provincial Minister Marriyum Aurangzeb, where they talked about how to get rid of smog. Marriyum Aurangzeb said the ban on plastic bags will start on…

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the health risks of burning mobil oil at home

The Health Risks of Burning Mobil Oil at Home

In the quest for cheap energy resources, warmth or disposal of waste, some individuals resort to burning various substances, including household oils like Mobil oil. However, this seemingly convenient solution poses significant health risks that are often overlooked. Mobil oil, like many other petroleum-based products, releases harmful emissions when burned. These emissions contain a mixture…

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punjabs plant for pakistan initiative sets new record in tree planting

Punjab’s ‘Plant For Pakistan’ Initiative Sets New Record in Tree Planting

Chief Minister Punjab Maryam Nawaz initiated the ‘Plant For Pakistan’ campaign, planting 109,000 saplings in a minute, setting a new record. Provincial Minister Malik Sohaib launched Punjab’s largest plantation drive on World Forests Day. Around 13,000 students joined, planting 109,000 plants within 60 seconds. Despite not being recognized by Guinness, the campaign aimed to combat…

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