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  • Chartered accountants

    I WANT to bring to the notice of the public the plight of young men and women who want to become chartered accountants by qualifying for the membership of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales (ICAEW)...

    The Competition Commission of Pakistan (CCP) has given a ruling in this respect for violation of anti-monopoly laws...

  • Three chartered flights to take 560 US citizens home

    RAWALPINDI: The government has granted permission to the US embassy to arrange three chartered flights to repatriate diplomats and other American nationals from Pakistan...

    As many as 560 diplomats and other American citizens are expected to be repatriated via the three chartered flights...

  • 279 US citizens flown home aboard chartered flight

    RAWALPINDI: One of the three chartered flights arranged by the US embassy to repatriate diplomats and other American nationals from Pakistan took off for Washington from the Islamabad International Airport on Friday with 279 passengers on board...

    The US embassy had sought permission from Pakistani authorities to operate three chartered flights — two from Islamabad and one from Karachi — to repatriate American nationals stranded in...

  • Chartered flights to take stranded UK citizens home from next week

    LONDON: The British government has decided to arrange flights on charter to repatriate stranded British citizens in Pakistan as calls for quick action amid the Covid-19 pandemic intensify...

    British High Commissioner Dr Christian Turner on Thursday said that chartered flight operations would begin from Pakistan next week, with “at least five daily flights from Islamabad and three from Lahore”...

  • US, UK to operate 16 chartered flights to bring nationals back

    RAWALPINDI: The United States of America and the United Kingdom will repatriate its citizens from Pakistan via 16 chartered flights, while the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has started its daily relief flights from Lahore and Islamabad for three cities of the UK offering discounted fare...

    According to sources, the United States will operate six chartered flights to repatriate its more than 2,200 citizens from Islamabad and...

  • Chartered flights to bring Pakistanis from US

    RAWALPINDI: The government is arranging chartered flig­hts for repatriation of Pakistanis stranded in the United States in collaboration with the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA)...

    However, the flights’ dates, cities of origin and destinations in Pakistan will be announced in due course...

  • PIA runs its first chartered commercial flight to Afghanistan since Taliban takeover

    Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) on Monday ran its first commercial flight to Kabul, Afghanistan, since the Taliban took over the country last month, a spokesman for the airline said...

    The Boeing 777 with the flight number PK 6429 departed from Islamabad, Pakistan, as a commercial flight chartered by the World Bank, carrying officials from the bank and journalists, airline spokesman Abdullah H...

  • Standard & Poor’s sees stable economic, fiscal outlook for Pakistan

    ISLAMABAD: Disregarding prevailing political uncertainty, Standard & Poor’s affirmed on Monday Pakistan’s stable economic and fiscal outlook for the short and long terms with a downward expectation on the external-sector performance...

    In doing so, the New York-based rating agency maintained its ‘B’ long-term and short-term sovereign rating on Pakistan and also on senior, unsecured debt and sukuk...

  • Pakistan Hockey League to boost standard of game: PHF

    ISLAMABAD: In a bid to lift the standard of national hockey, the Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) has decided to organise the Pakistan Hockey League in October-November this year...

    Addressing a press conference here on Tuesday, PHF president retired Brig Khalid Sajjad Khokhar and secretary Shahbaz Ahmed Senior said that the federation will organise the league on the pattern of Pakistan Super League (PSL) which was staged in February...

  • Duminy impressed with PSL standard, agrees to visit Pakistan for play-offs

    South Africa all-rounder JP Duminy confirmed on Wednesday that he will be visiting Pakistan with Islamabad United for the upcoming Pakistan Super League 2018 playoffs and final...

    The Proteas batsman had earlier said there was only 'a bit of chance' of him being on a Pakistan-bound flight but has since made up his mind, telling DawnNewsTV: "I will be coming to Pakistan with the Islamabad United squad to for the play-offs and the final...

  • Pakistan’s long-term outlook ‘stable’: Standard & Poor’s

    ISLAMABAD: The Standard & Poor’s (S&P) rating agency on Thursday affirmed Pakistan’s ‘B-’ long-term and ‘B’ short-term sovereign rating while maintaining ‘stable’ long-term outlook...

    The New York-based rating agency also affirmed ‘B-’ long-term issue rating on Pakistan’s senior unsecured debt and sukuk trust certificates...

  • Pakistan asks world to give up double standard on human rights

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Tuesday asked the United Nations Human Rights Council and the international community to give up politically driven double standard on human rights, especially in Occupied Kashmir, and hold the abusers accountable for their actions instead of appeasing them...

    Calling out the standard bearers of human rights on their alleged hypocrisy, she said they “prioritise political, strategic and commercial interests over...

  • CCI decides to constitute National Task Force on Education Standard

    In order to resolve issues relating to EOBI and Workers Welfare Fund in post 18th Constitutional Amendment scenario, the CCI meeting decided to constitute a sub-committee comprising federal minister for overseas Pakistan and human resource development, special assistant to prime minister on law, special assistant to prime minister on revenue, provincial labour ministers, finance secretary, provincial labour secretaries and secretary ministry...

  • SC allows appeal against LHC’s ruling on standard of higher education

    ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court on Monday granted the Higher Education Commission (HEC) leave to appeal and asked the federal government to assist it on a challenge to the Lahore High Court’s April 27 decision empowering the Punjab higher education department to develop its own standards of higher education rather than follow the one set by the commission...

    A three-judge Supreme Court bench headed by Chief Justice Mian Saqib Nisar that had...
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