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    Basic Pay Scales Of Government Pakistan 2013

  • Power workers hold demonstration for revision of pay scales

    LAHORE: The All Pakistan Wapda Hydro Electric Workers Union took out a procession on Monday to demand revision of pay scales of employees performing duty under hazardous circumstances...

    Osama Tariq urged the prime minister and the federal minister for finance to upgrade by two steps the pay scales of such vulnerable employees besides ensuring provision of safety equipment to them at workplace...

  • Railways decides to upgrade pay scales of guards

    LAHORE: Pakistan Railways administration has decided, in principle, to upgrade pay scales of its guards in the light of a notification issued by the finance division three years ago...

    The All Pakistan Railways Guard Association (APRGA) moved the Sindh High Court that directed the ministry to implement the notification...

  • New pay scales of govt employees notified

    PESHAWAR: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Finance Department has notified the upgradation of pay scales of the provincial government employees...

    A notification issued by the finance department said that two scale upgradation would be allowed to all provincial government employees from BS-1 to BS-5, and one scale upgradation to all employees from BS-6 to BS-15...

  • Upgrade of govt employees’ pay scales to cost Rs4bn

    ISLAMABAD: The upgrade of the federal government employees’ pay scales in the budget will cost Rs4 billion per annum to the exchequer...

    The government has also upgraded the posts of Khateebs in Auqaf Directorate of Islamabad Capital Territory from BS-12 to BS-15, Moazzin and Muddaris to BS-7 from BS-5 and Khadim to BS-6 from BS-5...

  • Wapda, Pepco to ‘upgrade’ power workers’ pay scales

    LAHORE: The managements of both Water and Power Development Authority (Wapda) and Pakistan Electric Power Company (Pepco) have agreed to upgrade the pay scales of electricity workers and granting fringe benefits to the heirs of employees who lost their lives while performing duty...

    The decision will benefit more than 130,000 employees, a meeting of the All Pakistan WAPDA Hydel Electric Workers Union (CBA) was informed by its general...

  • Emirates employees face 50pc basic pay cut

    RAWALPINDI: Emirates has decided to reduce 50 per cent basic salary of its employees in grade four and above, including those in equivalent grades, from July 1...

    As a result, we have had to take the difficult decision of extending and widening the reductions on basic salary until September 30...

  • Dar scales back tax target to Rs3.6tr

    KARACHI: In a pre-budget exercise, the government has moderated its revenue collection target for the next financial year, a source privy to meetings told Dawn...

    Finance Minister Ishaq Dar had stated earlier that the FBR has achieved 52pc growth in tax collection since the PML-N government assumed power three years ago...

  • ‘Spiderman’ scales Dubai skyscraper

    DUBAI: A French climber has scaled one of Dubai’s tallest skyscrapers, relying on just chalk and sticky tape on his fingertips to help him up the 75-storey high Cayan Tower in the emirate’s glitzy marina area...

    Alain Robert, 52, completed climbing the 1007-foot high structure in just 70 minutes on on Sunday
  • Maryam scales her social media activity down

    She not only has cut short her ‘impulsive’ reaction to different issues on social media but also her direct criticism of opposition, especially Pakistan Tahreek-i-Insaf and its chairman Imran Khan...

    She even alleged that the journalists who broke the news were part of a “conspiracy against Pakistan”...

  • PSX index scales new peak

    7pc over the earlier week as NTC determined that China had been dumping re-bars in Pakistan at half the price...

    On the macro front, the State Bank of Pakistan released the Monetary Policy Statement at the weekend, where it kept the policy rate unchanged at 5...

  • Argentinean mountaineer scales Broad Peak

    ISLAMABAD: The Alpine Club of Pakistan (ACP) confirmed the second successful summit attempt on Broad Peak by Argentinean mountaineer Mariano Galvan...

    “The Argentinean mountaineer had no plans to climb Broad Peak and was in Pakistan for K2...

  • Man scales facade of Trump Tower, police grab him

    NEW YORK: A man seeking "a private audience" with Donald Trump spent hours scaling the glass facade of Trump Tower using large suction cups before police officers grabbed him and hauled him to safety through an open window...

    Police have identified the climber as a 20-year-old Virginia man and say he's being evaluated at a hospital
  • Govt, PPP breathe fire as spat scales new heights

    ISLAMABAD: The standoff between the centre and the Sindh government intensified on Monday, with Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan firing a fresh salvo and accusing the PPP of using politics as a shield to justify its ‘wrongdoing’...

    What prompted the firestorm was severe criticism by PPP leaders of his statement that the federal government had legal options to keep the Karachi operation going if the Sindh government failed to...

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