Daily Archives: June 6, 2018

Haleeb Foods introduces its nutritious new ‘Asli Milk’ Brand

Islamabad, June 06, 2018 (PPI-OT): Haleeb Foods Ltd., Pakistan’s premium food and beverages manufacturing company, has recently announced the launch of ‘Asli Milk’ which is the latest real milk product to be introduced in its line of superior quality, affordable and hygienic milk product. Asli milk presents consumers with a far healthier option than the loose milk and other dairy variants available in the market.

Asli Milk is a quality all-purpose real milk product that is available in the local markets in ‘Tetra Pak’ packaging of 180ml, 225ml, and 1 litre priced at Rs.20, Rs.25 and Rs.100 respectively. The state-of-the-art production processes at Haleeb Foods Ltd. encompass several quality control procedures, commencing from the collection of raw milk from the farmers to the final step of packaging and transportation to retail outlets.

Speaking about the launch Memosh Khawaja, CEO Haleeb Foods Ltd., expressed his delight about the launch of Asli Milk and stated, “It gives me a sense of great pride to announce the launch of our new milk product ‘Asli Milk’. Asli Milk is a testament to our company’s commitment and core values of providing the people of Pakistan with hygienic and quality dairy products.” He further stated that, “Our objective was to cater to customers of the lower end of the socio-economic spectrum and provide them with an affordable option of buying actual Real Milk that is Asli Milk.” He reiterated that, “Haleeb Foods will continue to create multiple product line extensions with the creation of valuable brands to become Pakistan’s leading food and Beverages Company.”

Priced at Rs. 100, Haleeb Foods’ Asli Milk is perhaps the only milk brand in the dairy sector that is providing the consumers of the country superior value for money with their affordable and real hygienic milk. Neither loose milk, nor other dairy variants in the market provide consumers with the nutrition and health benefits that customers expect from milk. Furthermore, with Loose Milk known to be extremely unhygienic and companies compromising on quality with their dairy products these days, Asli Milk provides the public the absolute surety that they are getting the most affordable and best quality real milk for all their daily dairy needs.

Haleeb Foods has always prided itself in being one of the pioneers of the dairy sector in Pakistan with a strong and uncompromising emphasis on hygiene, nutrition, health and well-being of its consumers. Haleeb uses world-class dairy processing methods with quality being the bed rock of Haleeb’s foundation. The company continues in its mission is to become one of the most aspirational dairy and beverage companies in Pakistan.

For more information, contact:
Head Office,
Haleeb Foods Limited (HFL)
135 Ferozepur Road, Lahore, Pakistan
Tel: +92-42-37421215-20
UAN: +92-42-111-135-135
Email: care@haleebfoods.com
Website: www.haleebfoods.com

Command and Staff Conference of Pakistan Navy held at Naval Headquarters

Islamabad, June 06, 2018 (PPI-OT): Command and Staff Conference of Pakistan Navy concluded today at Naval Headquarters, Islamabad. The Conference was chaired by Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi.Matters related to operational preparedness, developmental plans of Pakistan Navy, prevailing security situation and training/ welfare of troops were reviewed. Detailed briefings on various ongoing and future Pakistan Navy projects and plans were also given to Chief of the Naval Staff.

Chief of the Naval Staff expressed satisfaction over operational readiness of Pakistan Navy in the prevalent Maritime challenges including security aspects and lauded the morale and motivation of troops at all levels.Command and Staff Conference is the apex decision making body of Pakistan Navy in which all Chiefs of Staff, Principal Staff Officers and Field Commanders undertake strategic review of Pakistan Navy’s Policies and Plans.

For more information, contact:
Directorate of Public Relations,
Pakistan Navy
Naval Headquarters, Islamabad, Pakistan
Tel: +92-51-20062326
Cell: +92-300-8506486
Website: www.paknavy.gov.pk

Mohenjodaro site and museum will remain closed during Eid ul Fitr Public Holidays – 2018

Karachi, June 06, 2018 (PPI-OT): The Government of Sindh Culture, Tourism and Antiquities Department has announced that as per the policy of the Department regarding protection of World Heritage site of Mohenjodaro site on the occasion of Eid Festival and in order to save the site from damage due to heavy rush of visitors, the site and museum will remain closed during Eid ul Fitr public holidays 2018. The General Public is advised to avoid visit to Museum and site of Mohenjodaro during Eidul Fitr public holidays 2018.

For more information, contact:
Information and Archives Department
Directorate of Press Information
Government of Sindh
95-Sindh Secretariat 4-B, Karachi, Pakistan
Tel: +92-21-99204423, +92-21-99204401
Email: pressinformationzubair@gmail.com
Website: http://sindhinformation.gos.pk

Training on Sindh Service Delivery Standard Implementation

Karachi, June 06, 2018 (PPI-OT): Dr. Ahmed Raza Kazmi, Director Clinical Governance and Training Sindh Healthcare Commission (SHCC) along with Ms. Farah Naz conducted a training in SHCC Head Office, Karachi. The training was attended by representatives of tertiary care hospitals including Head of Department Dr. Aamir Mahboob Pathology Lab, Holy Family Hospital, Dr. Kiran Feroze Head of Quality Assurance Department, Prof. Dr. Rafiq Khanani, Director Dar-ul-Sehat Hospital, Dr. Sukina Jaidry, Clinical Manager Saifee Hospital, Mr. Anas Administrator / CEO, Tahir Medical Centre.

The training was developed on Sindh Service Delivery Standard (SSDS), to train representatives of tertiary care hospitals in the implementation of Minimum Service Delivery Standards. Dr. Kazmi in highlighted the importance of regulator initiatives of the SHCC with reference to the development and implementation of the minimum standard of healthcare services delivery in various categories of healthcare establishments.

In the second phase of training Dr. Farah Naz briefed the participants on the SHCC’s auditing agenda, this was linked with the Sindh Service Delivery Standard (SSDS), so as to share the basics of auditing techniques that will aid in developing a robust procedure of inspection and will ensure that a continuous procedure is established. Training ended with identification of the timeline for the implementation of Sindh Service Delivery Standards (SSDS) in Sindh province.

For more information, contact:
Information and Archives Department
Directorate of Press Information
Government of Sindh
95-Sindh Secretariat 4-B, Karachi, Pakistan
Tel: +92-21-99204423, +92-21-99204401
Email: pressinformationzubair@gmail.com
Website: http://sindhinformation.gos.pk

Chief Justice of Pakistan takes notice of attack on journalist Mr. Asad Kharral at Lahore and calls report from Inspector General of Police Punjab within 24 hours

Islamabad, June 06, 2018 (PPI-OT): Honourable Chief Justice of Pakistan Mr. Justice Mian Saqib Nisar, has taken notice of attack on Journalist Mr. Asad Kharral on Tuesday night at Lahore, when he was coming out of Lahore airport. Taking notice of the issue, the Honourable Chief Justice of Pakistan has called report from Inspector General of Police Punjab within 24 hours.

For more information, contact:
Public Relations Officer
Supreme Court of Pakistan
Tel: +92 51 9204184, 9220581
Fax: +9251 9213452
Email: mail@supremecourt.gov.pk

‘Kashmiris talk about Azaadi’, admits Dineshwar Sharma

New Delhi, June 06, 2018 (PPI-OT): Dineshwar Sharma, India’s interlocutor for occupied Kashmir while acknowledging a lot of distrust among people of Kashmir against India has said that there are historical facts about Kashmir dispute and nobody can deny that.

In a recent interview with an Indian newspaper, Dineshwar Sharma said, “When I talk to the younger generation there (in Kashmir), often they confront me with so many questions and even talk about Azaadi…”

By going through the interview, one finds Dineshwar Sharma not bold enough to share his findings on Kashmir with all honesty, because instead of straightaway asking for addressing the Kashmir dispute in its historical perspective and as per sentiments of the Kashmiri people, he advises the Indian government to do something to allay the mistrust among the Kashmiri people to meet the challenge of freedom sentiments.

He said, “Unless we are able to address that mistrust… this idea of Azaadi will continue. We should make them feel that they are our own children and we are concerned about them.” “The biggest challenge in Kashmir today is to calm down the sentiments of the people, particularly youth,” he said.

“I have been meeting people… they start reminding me about various historical facts. I tell them we will discuss more on this, historical facts have to be discussed. There have been mistakes on all sides. But we cannot just keep discussing history. We have to think what the way forward is,” he added.

For more information, contact:
Kashmir Media Service
Email: info@kmsnews.org
Phone: 92-51-4435548, 4435549
Fax: 92-51-4861736