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  • Private schools supposed to collect fee on monthly basis, Senate body told

    ISLAMABAD: A Senate functional committee was on Monday informed by Private Educational Institutions Regulatory Authority (Peira) that Islamabad-based schools are supposed to collect fee on a monthly basis...

    The meeting was held to take up an agenda item ‘Point of public importance regarding charge of holidays fee by private educational institutions’ raised by Senator Manzoor Ahmed Kakar in the Senate on April 26...

  • Workers demand a minimum of Rs25,000 monthly wage

    Take a look: Livelihood crisisIt said the employees should have right to form unions in all departments including Karachi Shipyard; privatisation policy should be done away with immediately; and all types of contractual labour including third party system should be abolished...

  • UAE to fund $15 million monthly to Gaza: official

    “Fifteen million dollars will be pumped monthly from the beginning of next month to the Palestinian Joint Liability Committee in support of relief, humanitarian and development projects in the Gaza Strip to alleviate their suffering,” Samir Al-Mashharawi, an ally of Dahlan, said in a statement...

  • Stuck on hot: Earth breaks 12th straight monthly heat record

    Thanks to a combination of global warming and an El Nino, the planet shattered monthly heat records for an unprecedented 12th straight month, as April smashed the old record by half a degree, according to federal scientists...

    The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) monthly climate calculation said that earth's average temperature in April was 14...

  • Women duped over provision of monthly stipend, free grocery

    GUJRAT: Scores of women from at least a dozen villages surrounding Jalalpur Jattan on Friday protested in front of the district government complex against a group of swindlers that allegedly duped them by taking copies of their identity cards and biometric impressions on the pretext of giving them monthly stipend and free grocery...

  • Heirs of Baldia factory fire victims to get monthly pension

    KARACHI: Regretting that the culprits responsible for one of the worst industrial disasters in the country were still at large, activists representing two major non-governmental organisations announced on Monday that heirs of the Baldia factory fire victims would get monthly pension as a long-term compensation from the amount paid by the Germany company for the affected families...

    This issue is now almost resolved as a pension...

  • China’s tariffs on US oil to disrupt $1bn monthly business

    SINGAPORE: China’s threat to impose duties on US oil imports will hit a business that has soared in the last two years, and which is now worth almost $1 billion per month...

    In an escalating spat over the United States’ trade deficit with most of its major trading partners, including China, US President Donald Trump said last week he was pushing ahead with hefty tariffs on $50bn of Chinese imports, starting on July 6
  • Education ministry to fully comply with court’s order on school fee

    KARACHI: As the Sindh High Court (SHC) restrained private educational institutions from raising their fee by more than five per cent, the education ministry on Thursday ordered relevant authorities to ensure that the court orders were fully complied with, officials said...

    Shaikh, a two-judge bench of the SHC on Wednesday restrained the private schools from raising their fee by more than five per cent until final orders...

  • SHC extends stay order on school fee increase till Dec 12

    KARACHI: The Sindh High Court on Wednesday extended till Dec 12 its interim stay order that restrained private schools from raising their fee by more than five per cent...

    Headed by Justice Munib Akhtar, a two-judge bench was hearing a constitutional petition jointly filed by parents of children studying in different private institutions against the school managements for increasing fee by more than five per cent in violation of the...

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