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  • May 23 high court siege: CM takes cosmetic steps to avoid SHC wrath

    KARACHI: In what appears to be a move to protect senior police officials responsible for the May 23 siege of the Sindh High Court, Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah on Friday suspended two SP-rank officers and constituted an inquiry committee asking its members to submit a report within 10 days...

    Initially the provincial administration — which believed that former home minister Dr Zulfikar Mirza was being provided extraordinary relief...
  • Is PM’s education reforms initiative limited to cosmetic changes?

    When asked if the government was serious about bringing reforms to the education system, human rights activist Tahira Abdullah termed them a “cosmetic facelift, paint job and more for show and tell than a real change”...

    Also declaring them “superficial, cosmetic” changes, Ms Imtiaz waved aside the reforms as “the kind of pledges governments make just to fulfil international obligations and give ambitions figures for that purpose”... ...

  • Pakistan plans to boost export of halal products

    ISLAMABAD: Fruity sweets and packets of chicken soup that fall foul of halal laws are disappearing from shop counters as Pakistan looks to clean up its Islamic food credentials to boost exports to Gulf states...

    At the start of the year the government published a list of around 20 imported food products it said were not halal, or permitted under Islamic law...

  • UAE allows Pakistan to ship halal products via sea

    LAHORE: The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has allowed transportation of halal products from Pakistan via sea which would bring down freight cost by one third, Punjab Halal Development Agency (PHDA) Chairman Justice (retired) Khalil-ur-Reman Khan said on Tuesday...

    He was addressing foreign delegates and local businessmen in the 6th International Halal Conference held at the Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI)...

  • Pakistan is producing state of the art defence products, says President Mamnoon

    ISLAMABAD: President Mamnoon Hussain said on Tuesday that Pakistan is producing state of the art defence products, which have also been exported to friendly countries, according to a report on Radio Pakistan...

    The president was also of the opinion that better marketing policies need to be developed in order to enhance export of Pakistani defence products to international clients, said the report...

  • Traders announce boycott of American products

    PESHAWAR: Leaders of various local trader bodies unanimously adopted a resolution on Wednesday announcing the boycott of American products and the staging of a joint rally in the city today (Thursday) to condemn US President Donald Trump’s diatribe against Pakistan...

    The speakers said the new US policy on Afghanistan was an insult to the huge sacrifices rendered by Pakistan’s law-enforcement and security personnel and civilians...

  • Prices of all petroleum products increased

    ISLAMABAD: The government on Tuesday increased prices of all petroleum products by up to 11 per cent with immediate effect for the month of November...

    His argument for the increase in the prices of kerosene oil and LDO was that the move would minimise huge price difference of the two products with petrol and that would discourage mixing of kerosene in petrol...

  • Petroleum products witness overall 3.39% increase during last fiscal year

    Production of six petroleum products including jet fuel oil, motor spirits, high-speed diesel, furnace oil, jute batching oil and Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) witnessed an increase, while kerosene oil, diesel oil, lubricating oil and solvent naphtha showed negative growth, according to official data available with APP...

    The petroleum products that contributed to the positive growth included jet fuel, production of which grew by 5......

  • Sales tax collection from petroleum products falls

    ISLAMABAD: The Federal Board of Revenue witnessed Rs8 billion decline in sales tax collection from petroleum products during the first half of this fiscal year from a year ago because of lower oil prices...

    7 per cent in sale of domestic taxable petroleum products during July-December 2014 from a year ago...

  • Spring festival fails to feature farm products

    OKARA: The 20-day Jashan-i-Baharan or spring festival concluded here on Wednesday with a big sports show at the district stadium by students of six schools for children with special needs...

    They took part in a race, a wheelchair race, a song competition, a tableau and a march past
  • Petroleum products prices to remain unchanged in August

    ISLAMABAD: In the absence of a political leadership, the bureaucratic machinery of the state struggled to take a routine monthly decision to revise prices of petroleum products on the due date of July 31 and decided to keep them unchanged for the month of August...

    Informed sources said it was legally difficult to change sales tax rates on petroleum products in the absence of a prime minister or the cabinet and hence it was decided to...

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