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    Good Governance In Pakistan 2015 October

  • Issues of good governance under federal system discussed

    The seminar titled ‘Issues of Good Governance in South Asia under the Federal System: Devolution, Development and Democratisation, was organised by the ASCE with the collaboration of Hanns Siedel Foundation...

    His other observation was that “all over Pakistan, at all levels, development was more unequal than it was when [departments dealing with the public] it was run by bureaucrats...

  • NAB chief asks govt to ensure good governance

    ISLAMABAD: National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Chairman Qamar Zaman Chaudhry said on Tuesday that the government needed to ensure good governance for eradication of white collar crimes in the country...

    Speaking at a seminar on ‘Accountability — A Vital Pillar of Good Governance’ at the Bahria University here, Qamar Zaman said corruption had become a cultural norm in the country...

  • ‘Free media indispensible to good governance’

    He discussed the numerous financial woes faced by journalists in Pakistan along with existential threats...

    Speaking on the occasion, Kamaluddin Tipu, Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra) executive member, said that there was limited media freedom in Pakistan...

  • ‘Lack of audit main hurdle to good governance in Fata’

    KHAR: Speakers at a seminar said here on Thursday that lack of check and balance and mismanagement of resources were main hurdles to good governance in Federally Administered Tribal Areas...

    The seminar titled ‘Consultation on institutional reforms in tribal areas’ was organised by an NGO Kemore Development Welfare Organisation in collaboration with South Asia Partnership Pakistan (SAP)...

  • CM vows to eradicate corruption, ensure good governance

    PESHAWAR: Chief Minister Pervez Khattak has reiterated his government’s commitment to eradicating corruption from society and ensuring accountability and good governance in the province...

    He stated this while speaking at a seminar on ‘role of civil society in fighting against corruption” here on TuesdayMr Khattak urged the anti-corruption agencies and institutions as well as civil society to join heads for making Khyber Pakhtunkhwa a...

  • BAP promises good governance, stability

    QUETTA: Balochistan Awami Party (BAP) president Jam Kamal Khan Alyani on Sunday said that if his party was voted to power in the province it would work for establishment of peace, launch development projects and introduce good governance...

    Mr Alyani said that the port city of Gwadar had now become very important for the economic development of the country because of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC)...

  • Govt trying to ensure good governance, says Alyani

    QUETTA: Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan Alyani said on Sunday that the present government was trying to ensure good governance so that people of the province could be provided best possible facilities...

    Laptops distributed among students of universities, collegesThe chief minister said the provincial government, through good governance, would use the public money for the welfare and betterment of the masses...

  • Good night (and good luck!)

    It is difficult to sleep soundly after watching Goodnight Mommy (Ich seh, Ich seh), a deeply unnerving Austrian film written and directed by Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala in 2014, which is now finding international cinematic release...

     Starring Susanne Wues as a TV presenter who returns home heavily bandaged after cosmetic surgery, and Elias and Lukas Schwarz as a pair of 10-year-old identical twins who immediately begin to suspect...
  • IMF chief Christine Lagarde to visit Pakistan in October

    ISLAMABAD: International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde is set to visit Pakistan in October, the first such visit by an IMF head in several years...

    Well-placed sources in the Finance Ministry told DawnNews that Lagarde was expected to visit near the end of October...

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