IESCO power suspension notice


The Islamabad Electric Supply Compnay (IESCO) on Friday issued a power suspension programme for various areas due to necessary maintenance and routine development work.
According to an IESCO spokesman, power supply of the areas falling under the following grid stations/feeders would remain suspended as under: On April 21 (today): from 9am to 1pm, Angori Feeder, Judicial Town, Satra Mile, Samli, Chaka Behgwal, Dk Badam, Chatar, Banati, Company Bagh feeder, Bansra Gali, Company Bagh, Treat, Berote feeder, Bansra Gali, Ghora Gali, Tratch, Upper Topa feeder, Kashmir Point, Ghora Phapril, Lower Topa, Bari Imam, Saidpur, Chuntra and Pir Sohawa.
On April 22 (Sunday): from 6am to 12noon, Industrial feeder, Pirwadhai feeder, Mongtal feeder, Hally Road feeder, Bagh Sardaran feeder, DM Textile feeder and Quaidabad feeder. On April 23 (Monday): from 9am to 1pm, Pindi Point feeder, Clita More, Numbal, Sehniw, Kohallah feeder, Rawat, Osia, Dewal, PAF feeder, Army Area and PAF Base.
From 8am to 12pm, Quaid-e-Azam Hospital feeder, Quaid-e-Azam Hospital, Charing Corss feeder, Charing Cross, Gulnar Colony, Cobb Division, Golra feeder, Nasirabad, Shams Colony, Dhok Qadir Bakhsh, Sain Mirchoo Darbar, Jhangi feeder, 26 No Chungi, Tarnol Chowk, Dhok Miskeen, Banjial, PAF Society, PECHS Society, P&T feeder, Shams Town, Faisal Colony, Dhok Malihar, Budhana Banzeer Chowk, CWO feeder and CWO. From 8:30am to 1:30pm, Asghar Mall feeder, 4th Road feeder, Sadiqabad feeder, A-Block feeder, Asghar Mall Scheme, Sadiqabad, Murree Road and A-Block.
Change of syllabus irks students, parents: Students of federal government schools (FGS) and their parents have protested against change in syllabus.
The change in the syllabus of class 5 has caused embarrassment among the students as they have already spent one month studying the old syllabus.
“This is an anti-people act of the government as we all are from low-paid class of employees. We already purchased books for our children at high cost and after one month the decision to change the syllabus has been taken. This will be unbearable for us as we cannot afford to purchase new syllabus with our meager salaries,” said Muhammad Ali, naib qasid in some private organisation.