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  • Saudi airport staff sentenced for abusing Iranian pilgrims

    RIYADH: Two Saudi Arabian airport workers have been jailed for four years each and will be lashed 1,000 times for sexually harassing two teenage Iranian boys, a report said on Wednesday...

    Authorities in April began legal proceedings against two police officers after allegations of “sexual harassment” against the two Iranian pilgrims at Jeddah's airport, official media reported at the time...

  • ‘FIA airport staff involved in stealing passengers’ data’

    ISLAMABAD: In addition to travel agents, Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) airport employees have also been involved in stealing the travel data used by passengers to register new mobile phones, the agency’s cybercrime director told a parliamentary committee on Wednesday...

    “While travel agents were stealing the documents of passengers returning from Umrah, three FIA officials at the airport have also come under scrutiny for selling...

  • We have our own staff to run college, says Bawany trust

    KARACHI: After much controversy in the media regarding the alleged closure and sealing of Aisha Bawany College a day earlier, the management of Begum Aisha Bawany Educational and Welfare Wakf held a press conference at the Karachi Press Club on Sunday to explain their side...

    “The college building was never sealed...

  • Mah-e-Muneer: One college's novel programme to teach domestic staff English, Urdu and Maths

    Raz Muhammad, a security guard at a private college in Karachi, and Muhammad Rizwan, a domestic staffer at the same institute, share a similar backstory when it comes to education: their families' financial difficulties prevented them from pursuing one...

    “Those who study are the ones who have a bright future,” says Muhammad, who recently graduated as a student from Cedar College's Mah-e-Muneer educational programme...

  • MPA, college staff clash over girls’ admission issue

    KOHAT: MPA Ziaullah Bangash and administration of the government girls degree college, KDA, here have filed complaints with police against each other following altercation and alleged manhandling...

    KDA police said that like previous years the problem of shortage of seats again surfaced at the degree college, which led to the beating of staff allegedly by the brother, nephew and bodyguard of the MPA...

  • PIA’S CRASH AND FALL: THE CASE OF ADMINISTRATIVE CHAOS

    On December 21, 2016, Prime Minister (PM) Nawaz Sharif announced a major reshuffle of the bureaucracy...

    Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) was without a chairman at the time, as the old one, Azam Saigol, had resigned after an aircraft, PK-661, travelling from Chitral to Islamabad crashed near Havelian
  • A law enforcement, administrative failure

    ISLAMABAD: The government failed spectacularly in removing the protesters from Faizabad on Saturday, and despite using thousands of officials from law enforcement agencies, the protest site was occupied by more protesters than before hours after the ‘operation’...

    For many, this proved that the halwa-eating maulvis proved better at planning a protest and putting up resistance than the law enforcement agencies and administration had...
  • Administrative cadre doctors upset at abolition of MS posts

    PESHAWAR: Many doctors from the administrative cadre are likely to lose chance of promotion after the abolition of the posts of medical superintendents in all four government teaching hospitals of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa...

    The move also reduced the number of BPS-20 posts in the health department from 27 to 18 causing unrest among 450 doctors working in administrative cadre in the province...

  • Student’s stabbing case: Arguments sought on administrative notice by chief justice

    LAHORE: The Lahore High Court on Tuesday sought further arguments on a petition challenging an administrative notice taken by the chief justice in the law student Khadija Siddiqui’s stabbing case...

    Shah Hussain, the suspect, challenged the May 23 administrative order of the chief justice pleading that the order amounted to influencing the trial proceedings pending before a judicial magistrate...

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