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  • Lahore traffic cops more keen on imposing fines than ensuring smooth flow

    LAHORE: The city traffic police (CTP), having a prime objective of regulating traffic, have virtually been turned into a “revenue generating agency” by their bosses who seem to be more interested in slapping fines on rules violators instead of facilitating the law-abiding drivers on the roads...

    The view is substantiated if one looks at the hefty amount of revenue generated by the CTP that amounts to Rs500 million in 2015, collected...

  • Indians lampoon govt over rise in traffic fines

    BENGALURU: Many Indians have ridiculed a sharp increase in traffic fines this week, lampooning the poor state of roads and joking that the revenue from the fines would soon exceed that from taxes...

    The government hopes to bring order to India’s often chaotic roads with a tenfold increase in fines for more serious offences to between 5,000 rupees ($70) and 100,000 rupees ($1,400)...

  • Up to 1,500pc increase made in fines for highway traffic rules violations

    ISLAMABAD: The government has announced a massive increase of up to 1,500pc in traffic rules violation fines on national highways and motorway across the country...

    Earlier, the fine over exceeding speed limit by less than 40 kilometres per hour was R750 but after the amendment this fine for motorcycles was increased to Rs1,500, cars Rs2,500, public service vehicles Rs10,000 and heavy traffic vehicles Rs5,000...

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    On the one hand there is Pakistan’s film industry in need for revival; on the other there are films that dance to a different tune...

    On paper, director Khalid Hasan Khan’s Hotal would have seemed a lot better, but due to average execution, it has failed to strike gold at the box office (despite Meera in the lead credits, if that means anything)
  • Concerns over new govt plans to monitor online traffic

    KARACHI: Given government plans to monitor online traffic, the telecom industry and digital rights advocates have cited various privacy and transparency concerns over the process...

    The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) recently directed the telecom industry to deploy a suitable technical solution for monitoring, analysing and curbing grey traffic...

  • Nepra fines power company for delays in submission of data

    ISLAMABAD: The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra) imposed on Monday a fine of Rs1 million on the Central Power Purchase Agency (CPPA), also known as the National Transmission and Despatch Company (NTDC), for failing to provide information needed for monthly fuel price adjustments within the stipulated time...

    “NTDC/CPPA has deliberately violated the authority’s directions regarding the submission of fuel price...
  • Turkish bank regulator dismisses ‘rumours’ of US fines

    ANKARA: Turkey’s banking regulator urged the public on Saturday to ignore rumours about financial institutions, in an apparent dismissal of a report that some Turkish banks face billions of dollars of US fines over alleged violations of Iran sanctions...

    The Haberturk newspaper on Saturday reported that six banks potentially face substantial fines, citing senior banking sources...

  • Pemra fines private TV channels for airing defamatory content against Sindh IGP

    The Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra) on Thursday imposed fines against two private TV channels for airing defamatory content following a complaint was lodged by Inspector General of Police (IGP) A...

    Fines were imposed on Abb Tak and Channel-24 for "airing baseless, defamatory and unverified allegations against the complainant," a statement issued by the regulatory body said...

  • ICC fines Windies pacer Shannon Gabriel for 'deliberate physical contact' with Sarfraz

    West Indies fast bowler Shannon Gabriel was fined for making "deliberate physical contact with non-striker Sarfraz Ahmed at the end of the 103rd over of Pakistan’s innings", the International Cricket Council (ICC) stated in a press release on Tuesday...

    The international cricket governance body fined Gabriel with 50 per cent of his match fee after finding him guilty of breaching the ICC Code of Conduct during the fourth day’s play in the...
  • EU threatens Portugal, Spain with deficit fines

    BRUSSELS: The EU threa­­tened Spain and Por­tugal on Tuesday with huge fines for failing to fix years of high deficits, in the first time Brussels has wielded its disciplinary powers over member states’ budgets...

    Under EU rules, the commission could also impose fines of up to 0...

  • ICC fines wicket-keeper Quinton de Kock

    CHITTAGONG: South African wicket-keeper Quinton de Kock has been fined for shoulder barging Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal during the ongoing first Test in Chittagong, the International Cricket Council said on Thursday...

    De Kock, 22, was fined 75 per cent of his undisclosed match fee for walking in front of the stumps to physically confront the batsman at the stroke of lunch on the second day on Wednesday
  • Pharmaceutical firms warn govt against fines

    The PPMA took strong exception to the recent presentation — made by Ministry of National Health Services, Regulations and Coordination to the Senate Standing Committee on Health — according to which a draft would be sent to prime minister for approval for introducing system of fines and imprisonments for unauthorised price hike of medicines...

  • FIFA suspends, fines Thailand’s Makudi

    ZURICH: FIFA’s disciplinary committee has banned Worawi Makudi, former president of the Football Association of Thailand and a former member of the FIFA Executive Committee, for three months for failing to comply with an earlier suspension, FIFA said...

    The global football body’s ethics committee in October had banned Makudi from all football activities for 90 days
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