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    Bahawalpur Postal History

  • Postal department loses Rs559 million to corruption

    ISLAMABAD: The postal department suffered a loss of Rs559 million due to fraud and misappropriation during the past five years...

    The postal service’s chief said 405 new post offices had been opened and 584 closed during the period, 1,666 people had been appointed on a regular basis, 178 on contracts and 1,007 as daily wagers in various pay scales...

  • Postal services – thriving in the age of internet

    Although letters may no longer be the primary way people stay in touch, Pakistan’s postal service remains active; from the Siachen Glacier to the Arabian Sea...

    Letters, money orders and parcels come from the District Postal Office at the Rawalpindi Railway Station from around the country, and the items are then divided between Rawalpindi, Islamabad and international destinations...

  • Postal officials, contractor blamed for disrupting mail delivery to Chitral

    Due to non-delivery of mail on time, candidates missed their test and interviews for appointments in government departments, while others could not apply for the posts due to collapse of the postal system...

    When contacted, the divisional superintendent of postal division Malakand admitted the collapse of the mail system in Chitral due to the contractor’s lethargic approach...

  • Postal charges

    I would urge the postal department to undo the increase in the registration fee and realise that it is not just a business concern out to earn profits but a public utility service for the benefit of society...

  • Special persons to cast votes via postal ballot

    PESHAWAR: Provincial Election Commissioner Pir Maqbool Ahmed has said that persons with any physical disability will be allowed to cast their votes through postal ballot...

    The provincial election commissioner said that special persons, who were unable to walk or travel, could cast their votes in the next elections through postal ballot under Election Act, 2017...

  • 3 arrested in Shangla for trying to steal postal ballots

    Shangla police on Monday arrested three suspects, including an official of Pakistan Post, over charges of stealing postal ballots, DawnNewsTV reported...

    Police recovered the ballots from a vehicle and arrested the local PML-N leader and his relative who were allegedly trying to steal the postal ballots from the post office in Alpuri, said SHO Sadiq Khan...

  • REVIEW:A history of violence:A Brief History of Seven Killings

    Marlon James’s Booker prizewinning novel A Brief History of Seven Killings is a fantastic attempt at recounting the attack on Marley through a variety of eccentric, rowdy and colourful characters that provide, to a reasonable extent, a clear, albeit bloody, insight into the violence-stricken Jamaica of the 1970s and ’80s (the story moves further ahead)...

    Here’s how A Brief History of Seven Killings moves into first gear by virtue of...

  • Multan air traffic diverted to Bahawalpur

    BAHAWALPUR: The Bahawalpur airport on Sunday handled the Multan passengers traffic due to the suspension of operation at Multan airport on Saturday night...

    According to PIA Station Manager Mansoor Ahmed Lodhi, the Bahawalpur airport facilitated the Multan and Karachi bound hundreds of passengers with the landing of incoming and outgoing flights instead of Multan...

  • Bahawalpur’s UC 6: Vote recount vindicates PTI contender’s stance

    BAHAWALPUR: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf candidate Noor Hassan Chawan was declared (unofficially) chairman-elect of Union Council 6 of the Municipal Corporation in vote recount on Thursday...

    The speakers including MPA Fauzia Ayub Qureshi, retired IG Muhammad Akram Chaudhry, Regional Police Officer Ehsan Sadiq and Anti-Corruption Establishment’s Bahawalpur Director Ali Akbar Bhatti underscored the need for self-accountability to ensure a...

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