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  • PTA asks internet providers to launch cheap packages during outbreak

    KARACHI: As the internet use in the country has increased during the Covid-19 lockdowns, the Pakistan Telecommunication Autho­­­rity (PTA) has asked internet providers to offer affordable services to customers...

    In view of the prevailing Covid-19 circumstances and mandate given under Section 4(1) C read with Section 6 (F) of the Paki­stan Telecomm­unication (Re-organi­sation) Act 1996, the PTA directed all fixed-line operators to...

  • China to provide 'multiple forms of bailout packages' to Pakistan: official

    In order to "boost Pakistan's economy", Beijing is investing in multiple sectors and launching business ventures instead of providing loans, Chinese Consul General Long Dingbin said in an interview to Geo News...

    "Instead of hard cash, China plans to eventually provide multiple forms of bailout packages [to Pakistan] in the shape of phenomenal investments in fresh projects," he said, adding that the investments will help Pakistan...

  • Big things in ‘small’ packages

    SUMMER in Pakistan brings with it budget season with a total of seven budgets to be presented before parliament and the provincial assemblies for debate and approval...

    For decades Pakistan has been going through budget season with a phased exercise that begins with the presentation of the Public Sector Development Programme (PSDP) by the Planning and Development Division to the National Economic Council chaired by the prime minister,...

  • Ramazan packages

    THE month of Ramazan is sacred for Muslims because they fast and care for everything, but it is disappointing that the government has not announced special packages as yet...

    The prime minister should announce such packages for this month as would decrease the burden of rising prices on the poor...

  • Due share in CPEC, not meagre packages, to solve issues: ANP

    PESHAWAR: Awami National Party leader and MNA Ghulam Ahmed Bilour has said that the federal government should give due share to the militancy-hit Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in $46 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project instead of announcing meagre packages after a disaster hits the province...

    Federal minister for planning and development and focal person of the CPEC projects, Ahsan Iqbal, thinks more like a Punjabi than a...

  • Textile university hires ‘overage favourites’ on hefty packages

    FAISALABAD: Rector of the National Textile University has appointed his ‘favourites’ on important posts on hefty packages without advertising the positions or seeking approval of the board of governors (BoG), sources told Dawn...

    The requirements included retired officers from armed forces or a masters degree with at least 18 years or bachelors degree with at least 15 years of experience of working in public/private sector...

  • Agriculture and industry set to get special packages: Ahsan

    The prime minister issued these directives during a special cabinet meeting on budget he presided through a video link from London...

    He said farmers were facing tough conditions in many countries including much serious crisis in India and Thailand because international commodity prices have crashed...

  • TDCP offers tour packages to historical sites

    BAHAWALPUR: The Tourism Development Corporation of Punjab (TDCP) has announced tour packages to historical and recreational places in Bahawalpur division...

    The three-to-four-day tour packages would be offered for the crumbling Derawar Fort in Cholistan, Sadiq Garh Palace of the late nawab of Bahawalpur at Dera Nawab Sahib, Noor Mahal, Uch Sharif, the Agha Khan award-winning Masjid Bhong near Sadiqabad, culmination of five rivers at...

  • TDCP’s tour packages for historical sites

    BAHAWALPUR: The Tourism Development Corporation of Punjab (TDCP) has announced tour packages to historical and recreational places in Bahawalpur division...

    The three-to-four-day tour packages would be offered for the crumbling Derawar Fort in Cholistan, Sadiq Garh Palace of the late nawab of Bahawalpur at Dera Nawab Sahib, Noor Mahal, Uch Sharif, the Agha Khan award-winning Masjid Bhong near Sadiqabad, culmination of five rivers at...

  • Trump blames media over 'anger' after pipe bomb packages

    Former US vice president Joe Biden and Hollywood megastar Robert De Niro were the latest targets Thursday of a spree of suspicious packages and pipe bombs sent to opponents of Donald Trump as the US president lashed out at the media for stirring up “anger”...

    The FBI said a total of seven suspicious packages were sent in New York, Washington and Florida, including to Obama's attorney general Eric Holder and two to Maxine Waters, a...

  • Packages to Biden, De Niro seized, similar to earlier bombs

    NEW YORK: A total of ten packages sent to opponents of President Donald Trump were discovered by the US law-enforcement authorities...

    As reports of the packages were surfacing on Thursday, Biden, a potential 2020 presidential contender, wrote on Twitter, “This country has to come together...

  • Suspect arrested in Florida over 12 bombs, suspicious packages

    US investigators have arrested a suspect in Florida in connection with 12 suspicious packages and pipe bombs sent to critics of Donald Trump in a days-long spree that has inflamed the United States ahead of key midterm elections...

    Much of the investigation had homed in on Florida in the last 24 hours, where officials reportedly believed that at least some of the packages had been sent...

  • Pakistan wants peace with India, Rabbani tells Maldives’ president

    ISLAMABAD: Senate Chairman Raza Rabbani has said that Pakistan is a peace-loving country and desires peace in the region for the stability, well-being and alleviation of poverty of our peoples but regretfully India continues to sponsor state terrorism in Pakistan...

    These views were expressed by Mr Rabbani during his meeting with President of the Maldives Abdulla Yameen Abdul Gayoom at the Presidential Palace in Male, according to a...

  • Poor labourers pay the price for India's cheap car boom

    FARIDABAD: In a dingy factory in the sprawling industrial hub of Manesar in northern India, a plastic moulding machine malfunctioned, mangling Visheshwar Prasad Singh's right hand as he made parts for a supplier to the country's major automakers...

    Singh was one of thousands of poor labourers, many temporary, who toil for 12 hours a day making auto parts for as little as $3-a-day to feed India's cheap car boom...

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