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  • Centre turns down Punjab’s requisition for six Police Service of Pakistan officers

    LAHORE: After rejecting the Punjab police chief’s request for cancellation of orders to transfer four senior police officers posted in the province to the Centre, the Establishment Division, Islamabad, has also turned down the requisition Mr Shoaib Dastagir sent for six police officers needed by the province...

    The Punjab IGP had recently sent a requisition for six officers of Police Service of Pakistan (PSP) serving in other...

  • Centre-provinces row on service tax ‘to hurt investment climate’

    KARACHI: A body comprising manufacturing and services companies urged the federal and provincial governments on Wednesday not to drag the matter of input sales tax on services in courts as it could damage the climate for investment...

    According to a press release issued by the Pakistan Business Council (PBC), the Sindh High Court on Tuesday granted a stay order against the federal government’s move to deny offset of input sales tax on...

  • Shahbaz offers to help launch bus service in Karachi

    KARACHI: Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has offered cooperation to Sindh government in launching a Metro-style bus service in Karachi...

    Mr Sharif arrived here on Wednesday to invite Sindh Governor Dr Ishratul Ibad and Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah to attend the inauguration ceremony of the Rawalpindi-Islamabad Metro Bus Service...

  • PNSC plans to expand ferry service from Karachi to Doha, Dubai and Muscat

    The Pakistan National Shipping Corporation (PNSC) is expanding its planned ferry service from Karachi to new destinations, including nearby coastal cities Doha, Dubai, and Muscat, according to documents obtained by DawnNews on Monday...

    The PNSC had initially announced plans for a ferry service from Karachi to the ports of Gwadar and Chabahar in 2016, which is expected to kick off tentatively in early 2018, sources told DawnNews... ...

  • Karachi water crisis: Free water tanker service begins today, says minister

    KARACHI: Sindh Information and Local Government Minister Sharjeel Inam Memon has stated that the service comprising 1000 free water tankers will start on Monday in the city for the areas facing acute water shortage...

    Talking to reporters after a meeting held with the management of the Karachi Water Sewerage Board (KWSB) and the city administration to review the water crisis in the city, he said the tanker service would be free of...

  • Ferry service planned for Karachi commuters

    KARACHI: The Pakistan National Shipping Corporation (PNSC) is planning to launch a ferry service from the Marina Club, DHA, to Port Qasim to facilitate the daily commuters looking to avoid the city’s traffic jams...

    He said that arrangements to launch a ferry service from Karachi to Pasni, Gwadar and Chabahar, Iran, were in final stages...

  • Has Careem launched a rickshaw service in Karachi?

    Has ride-hailing company Careem launched a rickshaw service in Karachi?Reports circulating on social media kickstarted speculation that a rickshaw ride service may be in the works...

    The development comes days after rival company Uber launched its rickshaw-hailing service, uberAUTO, in Karachi...

  • Karachi mayor calls for amendment to LG law to facilitate public service

    HYDERABAD: Karachi Mayor Waseem Akhtar has said that powers are concentrated in Sindh, but even with this concentration of powers, had the provincial government really delivered, the situation would have been different in Larkana...

    Calling for amendments to the Sindh LG law in order to strengthen the local bodies system, he suggested that the law could be amended in consultation with the Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) for...

  • PM welcomes proposal of Karachi-Muscat ferry service

    Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Thursday welcomed a proposal to start a ferry service between Karachi, Gwadar and Oman's capital Muscat...

    The prime minister said the ferry service would provide an affordable alternative source of movement for a large number of people who travel on these routes regularly...

  • China launches direct rail, sea freight service between Kunming and Karachi

    KARACHI: China and Pakistan have launched a direct rail and sea freight service, with the first cargo train departing from Yunnan, an inland province in southwest China, the official Xinhua news agency reported...

    com, a cargo train loaded with 500 tonnes of commodities left Kunming, capital of Yunnan, for port city of Guangzhou from where the cargo will be loaded on ships and transported to Karachi, marking the opening of the new...

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