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  • 971 killed in first six months of 2015 in Karachi

    KARACHI: Over 970 people were murdered in the first half of 2015 — about 57 per cent less than the killings reported during the same period last year, it emerged on Tuesday...

    Know more: With 30-day police powers, Rangers see no time frame for Karachi operationAccording to a report compiled by the Sindh police and submitted to the provincial home department, “The murders and targeted killings in Karachi are all-time lowest...

  • Rangers claim to have arrested 4,074 suspects in Karachi 2015

    KARACHI: Pakistan Rangers Sindh claimed to have arrested at least 4,074 suspected criminals during a total number of 2,410 raids and operations conducted during the year 2015...

    Assisting the police in Karachi since 1989 when the Pakistan Peoples Party government in the centre at the time had called in the Rangers and the Frontier Constabulary to curb rising political violence in the metropolis, the paramilitary force started enjoying...

  • Govt ‘overspent’ Rs261bn in FY 2015-16

    ISLAMABAD: Despite the government’s protestations of “fiscal discipline”, Finance Minister Ishaq Dar has sought parliament’s post-facto approval for a Rs261 billion ‘supplementary budget’ to cover massive governmental expenditure overruns in the outgoing fiscal year, almost 28pc higher than the figure approved last year...

    Many of these overruns could be described as extravagant and avoidable expenses in view of the austerity policy...
  • Chief justice takes notice of 'exorbitant' fees levied on applicants for govt jobs

    Chief Justice of Pakistan Mian Saqib Nisar on Friday took notice of an application filed by a university student pertaining to the high fees liable to be paid by applicants for job vacancies, according to a statement issued from the public relations department of the Supreme Court...

    In the application, the university student had complained that the fee required to apply for many positions was too high for those who are unemployed
  • Balochistan tells SC it never promised Quetta blast victims heirs govt jobs

    ISLAMABAD: The Balochistan government on Monday told the Supreme Court point-blank that it never promised to provide jobs to the heirs of those who were killed in a suicide blast in Quetta on Aug 8 last year...

    Mr Kinrani said the list provided to the provincial government for giving jobs to the heirs contained the names of 46 brothers of the deceased lawyers...

  • ‘Graduates should not pin hopes only on govt jobs’

    HYDERABAD: Graduates should abandon the hope of getting a job in the public sector and prepare themselves for a tough competition for jobs in open market at provincial, national and global level on the basis of merit alone...

    Ms Durr-i-Shahwar Sadozai of USAID lauded the SAU team for bringing people from diversified fields for the orientation of graduates who were able to get scholarships and jobs on merit...

  • 75,000 apply for 30 govt peon jobs in India

    NEW DELHI: Overwhelmed Indian officials have cancelled plans to fill a handful of menial government jobs after being flooded with 75,000 applications — some from university graduates...

    The Chhattisgarh state government’s directorate of economics and statistics was left stunned after the wave of applications for 30 “peon” or servant jobs whose duties include fetching tea for 14,000 rupees ($220) a month in wages...

  • Doctors leaving govt jobs to join international organisations

    PESHAWAR: More and more doctors, especially those in the management cadre, are leaving the provincial health department for jobs abroad or with international organisations over bleak chances of promotion home, say sources...

    They said many doctors, who were on deputation with UN and other international organisation, opted to resign from their health department jobs when they were asked to report back...

  • Disabled persons seek govt jobs

    Addressing the protesters, Mr Yousafzai, Murad Bakhsh Khosa, Ata Mohammad Mullahkhel and Mohammad Akbar Achakzai demanded strict implementation on the 5 per cent quota of government jobs for disabled persons...

  • 12,000 aspirants for 57 jobs in govt colleges

    SAHIWAL: Around 12,000 candidates have applied for 57 posts of Grade-1 advertised by the Directorate of Colleges in various public sector colleges of the division...

    The posts include those of peons, laboratory attendants, drivers, kitchen staffers, conductors, midwives, sweepers, gardeners and watchmen
  • SC restores ban on recruitment for govt jobs, work on uplift projects till further notice

    The Supreme Court on Monday suspended till further notice an Islamabad High Court (IHC) ruling in which the latter had revoked a ban placed by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) on new recruitment in government departments and work on new development projects ahead of the upcoming general elections...

    The apex court ordered that the ban remain intact till it decides the case, DawnNewsTV reported
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