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  • KCA alarmed over proposed sales tax

    KARACHI: The Karachi Cotton Association (KCA) has expressed concern over government plans to impose sales tax on cotton in budget 2015-16 to mobilise Rs50 billion in revenue...

    In a statement issued on Tuesday, KCA Chairman Amin Hashwani said that such a move would be detrimental to the interest of growers and cotton production...

  • ST on raw cotton to hit exports, says KCA

    KARACHI: The Karachi Cotton Association (KCA) has expressed its reservations over the government’s intent to impose sales tax on raw cotton in the federal budget 2015-16 for generating more revenue...

    In a statement issued on Thursday, KCA Chairman Amin Hashwani said imposition of sales tax on raw cotton would not only discourage production, but would also hurt smooth flow of exports...

  • Govt intervention to hurt cotton economy: KCA

    KARACHI: The Karachi Cotton Association (KCA) has opposed government intervention in cotton trade as “it will distort the commodity’s economy and hurt its exports”...

    Referring to reports that the government considers buying one million cotton bales to support growers, the KCA reiterated that such an exercise would not be productive...

  • KCA raises cotton price by Rs200

    They said that stocks are being held in all over the world but the situation in yarn markets are different as except Pakistan all the cotton-producing countries are giving subsidies on yarn...

  • Air Marshal Asghar Khan: my role model, father of Pakistan Air Force, and the protégé of Jinnah

    I have many reasons to write in memory of the venerated Air Marshal Asghar Khan — a protégé of Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah, he was my role model from the age of 19 when I joined the Royal Pakistan Air Force (RPAF) in 1952...

    I first heard about Asghar Khan, who was at the time a wing commander, from my instructor at the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) Academy in Risalpur, who narrated to me the historic event of Jinnah’s visit to...

  • China may be developing new long-range air-to-air missile

    China may be testing a new, long-range air-to-air missile that could take out early warning aircraft and aerial refuelling aircraft, a state-run newspaper said on Thursday, after pictures of the new missile surfaced online...

    Air force researcher Fu Qianshao told the newspaper he believed the missile was designed to hit distant high-value targets, such as early warning aircraft, normally outside actual combat zones...

  • Air Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan designated new chief of air staff

    Air Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan was designated as the new chief of air staff of the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) by the federal government on FridayAir Marshal Mujahid Khan will take command on March 19, when incumbent Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman retires from his post...

    Air Marshal Khan was first commissioned in the GD (P) Branch of the PAF in December 1983...

  • Lahore air remains 'hazardous' as Air Quality Index hits 447

    Lahore's air quality remained 'hazardous' with an air quality ranking of 447, according to Air Visual's Air Quality Index (AQI) list on Wednesday...

    The Punjab capital is ranked the second most polluted city in the world, according to Air Visual, which records air pollution levels across the globe in real time...

  • Creating the right kind of jobs should be the priority for Pakistan

    In an evolving world of work— the rapid creation and destruction of jobs— the issue of unemployment has acquired centrality in the development process and has led to the question of whether jobs, or workers, should be protected?Looking from an egalitarian perspective, the welfare of millions revolves around four things: full employment (including self-employment), fair wages, reasonable prices and an accelerated programme for community...

  • Pakistan needs to create more jobs: WB

    ISLAMABAD: The country’s economy needs to create more jobs by taking advantage of the large influx of a well-educated young labour force, says a new research by the World Bank...

    One of the key findings is that there are insufficient jobs where bachelor and graduate degree holders are expected to use their acquired skills...

  • Pakistan's younger women riding a digital wave in drive for better jobs

    When Kainat Naz joined a women-friendly technology boot camp a year ago, she had no idea it would completely change her life and her views on how women can work in conservative Pakistan...

    So she signed up for a tech programme called TechKaro, an initiative by Circle — a social enterprise that aims to improve women’s economic rights in Pakistan — and is now working full-time for a software company...

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