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  • Facilitation centres to resolve 650 forced marriage cases

    GUJRAT: At least 650 reported cases of forced marriages involving the British citizens of Pakistani origin have originated mainly in three districts -- Jhelum, Gujrat and Mirpur (Azad Kashmir)...

    According to the MoU, joint efforts will be made to check forced marriages, parental child abduction, abandoned spouses and other problems of overseas Pakistanis settled in Britain and belonging to the Jhelum districtThe MoU signing ceremony...

  • ‘650 Pakistanis fighting in conflict zones abroad’

    RAWALPINDI: As many as 650 Pakistanis are said to be fighting in the conflict zones of Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Afghanistan and Central Asian states along with different foreign organisations...

    Intelligence agencies have so far identified 132 of them and expressed the fear that their return after being defeated by international forces might add to sectarian strife in Pakistan...

  • Balochistan stops funds for 650 ‘ghost schools’

    QUETTA: The provincial education department has stopped funds allocated for 650 ‘ghost schools’ and suspended services of around 400 teachers after they were found absent from duty...

    So far, we have stopped funding to 650 ghost schools and suspended around 400 teachers in different districts for absence from their duty,” said Secretary Education Abdul Sabboor Kakar...

  • Monsoon rains, floods leave 650 dead in South Asia

    NEW DELHI: Severe floods and lightning have claimed the lives of more than 650 people across India, Nepal, Bangladesh and Pakistan, officials said on Monday as the annual monsoon took its toll on the region...

    At least 30 people have also lost their lives in Pakistan...

  • 650,000 tonnes of wheat for Sindh, Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa released

    ISLAMABAD: Amid continuous rise in flour prices, the government on Wednesday decided to immediately release another 650,000 tonnes of wheat to Sindh, Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) to ease out demand and supply equilibrium in the market...

    The ECC was informed that wheat flour price was continuously rising almost across the country due to an insignificant buffer in demand and supply situation...

  • Gold scales new peak of Rs93,650

    KARACHI: One-tola and 10-gram local gold prices increased to an all-time high of Rs93,650 and Rs80,290, showing a jump of Rs1,150 and Rs986 from Thursday following $23 per ounce jump in world rate to $1,635 due to new coronavirus cases in South Korea...

    He claimed that investors in Pakistan have also been on the sidelines...

  • 50m mobile accounts likely by 2020

    KARACHI: The customer base of branchless banking would become larger than the conventional banks in the next five years as 50 million mobile accounts are expected to be operational by 2020, said Nadeem Hussain, President, Tameer Bank...

    Speaking at the ‘Pakistan Payment Summit-2015’, organised by the Total Communications, in collaboration with the State Bank of Pakistan and 1-Link, Nadeem Hussain further stated that a fund of Rs100...

  • Local manufacturing of mobile handsets from April

    ISLAMABAD: A Chinese manufacturer will launch its mobile handset manufacturing and assembling unit in April (Pakistan’s first), a senior official at Ministry of Information Technology and Telecommunication said on Monday...

    The government had announced tax incentive package for manufacturing of mobile phones in budget 2015-16...

  • Mobile homes

    I would like to suggest that the UAE has a technology of mobile homes which they supplied to Palestinians after the destruction of their houses by Israeli forces last year...

    I did suggest in these columns a most economical mode of fabricating mobile homes for the needy...

  • Mobile phone access in Africa to double in five years

    CAPE TOWN: Around 80 per cent of sub-Saharan Afri­ca’s 800 million people should have access to mobile telephones by the end of the decade, double the current rate, although government help is needed to reach far-flung areas, industry body group GSMA said on Wednesday...

    The growth of mobile data — an even more powerful economic tool than simple vo­i­ce services — also hinges on authorities allocating sufficient spectrum, said...

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