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  • China tightens rules for online news providers

    China has issued new internet regulations increasing Communist party control over online news providers, the latest step in the country's push to tighten its policing of the web...

    Such online news service providers must “correctly guide public opinion” and “serve the cause of socialism” while “safeguarding national and public interests”, it said...

  • ‘Cellphone service providers agree to share data with police’

    KARACHI: The Sindh police on Tuesday reached an ‘understanding’ with the mobile phone service providers to access call data record and location of their subscribers through global system for mobile communication (GSM) as well as geo-fencing facility — the technology that was not allowed to the police by the federal interior ministry — for investigation purpose, officials and sources said...

    Senior officials of the Pakistan...

  • Services providers told to opt for audit or pay 8pc tax

    ISLAMABAD: Finance Minister Ishaq Dar on Saturday offered two options to services sector operators: pay minimum tax at the rate of 8 per cent of the gross turnover or present their accounts for audit and give an undertaking to pay 2pc tax...

    These decisions will come into force from November 1, 2015
  • City areas dotted with temporary ‘service’ providers

    RAWALPINDI: For many like Saleem Ahmed, Eidul Azha brings an opportunity to earn some extra money to supplement their income...

    A resident of Chittian Hattian, 35-year-old Ahmed opened a temporary shop at his home to clean the hooves (Payas) of sacrificial animals and mince meat for the residents
  • PTA asks internet providers to launch cheap packages during outbreak

    KARACHI: As the internet use in the country has increased during the Covid-19 lockdowns, the Pakistan Telecommunication Autho­­­rity (PTA) has asked internet providers to offer affordable services to customers...

    Operators seek incentivesHowever, according to the Internet Service Providers Association of Pakistan (ISPAK), the PTA had exempted itself from helping the nation in testing times and tried to pass on the entire...

  • 17,000 healthcare providers sign up for Tiger Force

    ISLAMABAD: As over 1,000 cases of Covid-19 and 22 deaths were reported in a single day across the country, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister (SAPM) on Health Dr Zafar Mirza on Monday announced that around 17,000 healthcare providers have also got themselves registered with the Corona Relief Tiger Force...

    It is very encouraging information for us as these healthcare providers will be useful in the fight against Covid-19,” he...

  • Solution to Karachi’s problems

    THE number of provinces in the country, or whatever remains of it after separation of East Pakistan, is practically the same as it was in 1947, except that the population is now nearly six times of what it was back then...

    Karachi has additional problems...

  • Are watermills in Kashmir a solution to Pakistan's energy crisis?

    If each of these mills were connected to a small-scale turbine, Arshad believes, villages could become energy self-reliant, helping bring an end to the long power outages that have sparked violent protests across Pakistan and the region of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) over the past few summers...

    AJK also regularly suffers from crippling power shortages, despite producing more energy than it consumes, as energy generated in AJK goes...

  • Pakistan, Iran seek political solution to Afghan conflict

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and Iran on Monday underscored the need for a politically negotiated settlement of the Afghan conflict, besides calling for regional solutions for local problems...

    The Foreign Office said in a statement at the conclusion of Mr Asif’s visit that the two foreign ministers “agreed that there was no military solution to the conflict in Afghanistan and a politically negotiated settlement was imperative for lasting...

  • No military solution to Afghan conflict, agree Pakistan and Turkey

    Asif "reaffirmed Pakistan’s strong desire for further strengthening strategic partnership between the two countries through increased cooperation in political, economic, defence and people-to-people ties" in his meeting with Erdogan, the FO said...

    "Both countries' foreign ministers agreed that there is no military solution to the conflict in Afghanistan, and stressed the need for regional powers to work for an Afghan-led and...

  • Rishi Kapoor for Kashmir solution so he can visit Pakistan

    Mr Kapoor said he agrees with National Conference president Farooq Abdullah, who claimed the other day that Azad Kashmir belongs to Pakistan and “this won’t change” no matter how many wars India and Pakistan fight against each other...

    Mr Abdullah had said that talk of an independent Kashmir was “wrong” as the Valley is landlocked and surrounded by three nuclear powers — China, Pakistan and India...

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