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  • Aman ambulatory care services partner with Edhi’s

    KARACHI: Officials of a non-governmental organisation running a leading ambulance service in the city on Wednesday said their ambulances and other medical services with thousands of interventions had saved lives and they were expanding its reach to cater to the increasing needs of the sprawling metropolis...

    “We have now partnered with the country’s largest charity, Edhi Foundation’s ambulatory service, to systematically strengthen...

  • Sindh expedites efforts to replicate Punjab’s rescue services in Karachi

    KARACHI: The provincial authorities have expedited their efforts to replicate the Punjab crisis management systems in Karachi following the death of hundreds of people in the recent heatwave, it emerged on Monday...

    The Sindh government had introduced the project, which is aimed at carrying out rapid rescue and relief work both in the times of crisis and normal days, in its current annual development plan...

  • USAID contributes $241m to education, health and municipal services in Sindh

    KARACHI: The United States has given $241 million to the Sindh government since 2011 under the USAID programme for improvement in education, health and municipal services sectors...

    At present, Sindh Basic Education Programme (SBEP), Municipal Services Delivery Programme (MSDP) and Jacobabad Institute of Medical Sciences (JIMS) projects are in progress in the province...

  • Careem and Sindh govt inch closer to landmark agreement on ride-hailing services

    The Sindh High Court on Wednesday saw Careem, the popular ride-hailing service, and the Sindh government reach what appears to be a crucial agreement on the way forward for Careem's smooth operations in the province...

    He also reported that the Sindh government and the transport ministry have prepared a draft legislation that will address the issue of ride-hailing services with the aim to bring them under the ambit of the law...

  • Sindh to raise charges for land record-related services

    KARACHI: The Board of Revenue (BoR), Sindh, has proposed to revise rates of various land record-related services, including mutation, issuance of certified copies and certificates, demarcation and amalgamation fees, etc...

    The total revenue thus generated through these services in the outgoing fiscal year was Rs1...

  • No intention to ban Careem and Uber services, minister tells Sindh Assembly

    KARACHI: Sindh Transport Minister Syed Nasir Hussain Shah has said that the government has no intention to ban the operation of Careem and Uber, but the implementation of transport rules is the government’s responsibility...

    The minister, who was responding to the call attention notice of Jamal Ahmad of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement during the Sindh Assembly session here on Wednesday, further stated that use of non-commercial vehicles...

  • Sindh leads tax collection on services

    KARACHI: Sindh has emerged as the only province of the country to collect higher revenue on account of sales tax on services during the first five months of the ongoing fiscal year...

    69bn in the corresponding period last year, showed data released by the Sindh Revenue Board (SRB) on Monday...

  • Mobile phone, internet services suspended in Karachi today

    KARACHI: Mobile phone and internet services will remain suspended in Karachi, Hyderabad and Sukkur on Friday [today] for 12 hours on advice of the law enforcement agencies as a security measure for Eid Miladun Nabi (PBUH), officials said...

    They said the Sindh government had sent the request to the authorities in Islamabad asking them to suspend the cellular service in three major cities of the province from 8am to 8pm...

  • Karachi University acknowledges services of Dr Jaffar Ahmed

    KARACHI: Speakers at a farewell event for the retired director of Karachi University’s Pakistan Study Centre, Dr Jaffar Ahmed, on Tuesday called him a precious asset for the KU whose services for research and academia would always be cherished...

    “He [Dr Ahmed] is a great asset to the University of Karachi and his services will be remembered forever,” said KU Vice Chancellor Dr Muhammad Ajmal Khan, who presided over the event...

  • Specialised training for emergency care stressed

    KARACHI: Pakistan faces a serious shortage of emergency healthcare professionals and there is a dire need for specialised training for the staff to handle different types of emergencies...

    Titled ‘Integrating Clinical Care and Public Health in Emergency Medicine’, the conference was organised by the university’s departments of emergency medicine and continuing professional education in collaboration with Johns Hopkins University and...

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