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  • Manpower survey of police stations ordered

    ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad police chief has ordered a survey to determine the manpower strength of the 22 police stations in the capital...

    The then senior superintendent of police Nasir Khan Durrani got approved the strength of manpower for each police station...

  • ‘PTA lacks manpower, resources to monitor online content’

    ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) told a Senate committee on Wednesday that it lacked the human and financial resources to monitor and control objectionable content online...

    Briefing the Senate Standing Committee on Information Technology about initiatives taken to check blasphemous content on social media, the chairman said there was no way to block 100pc of objectionable content on the internet, suggesting...

  • Proposals for skilled manpower reviewed

    LAHORE: The chief minister presided over a high-level meeting here on Wednesday which reviewed proposals regarding preparation of skilled manpower and its demand in the province...

    Shahbaz Sharif directed to formulate a short-term action plan for preparing skilled manpower and added that a practicable road map with regard to skills development should be prepared and submitted within three weeks...

  • Courts in Fata entail large buildings, huge manpower

    Document shows after merger with KP, erstwhile tribal region will need Rs14bn infrastructure, 52 judicial officers to set up courtsThe document titled “HR and Infrastructure Requirements in merger of Fata with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa” provides that the high court would require services of seven district and sessions judges for their appointment to each of the seven agencies, including Kurram, Bajaur, Mohmand, Khyber, South and North Waziristan,...

  • Younis Khan’s services for Pakistan cricket lauded

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s record-setting Test batsman Younis Khan has said that he is happy and satisfied over his decision to retire from international cricket since he managed to achieve what he desired...

    “Younis always used his best abilities to serve Pakistan,” said Saqlain...

  • ‘Pakistan to be the first country in South Asia to test 5G services’

    RAWALPINDI: Minister of State for Information Technology Anusha Rehman on Tuesday said Pakistan would be the first country in South Asia to test 5th generation cellular services for fast connectivity...

    Speaking at the In­for­ma­tion Communication Tech­no­­logy (ICT) awards ceremony, organised by the Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (RCCI), Ms Rehman said: “Pakistan recently won the GSMA award and ranked third in the list...

  • Uber to launch ride services in Pakistan

    LAHORE: If the job vacancies on Uber's website are anything to go by, the app-based transportation service is making inroads into Pakistan...

    "We can confirm we are currently recruiting for a team in Lahore, and are very excited about launching in Pakistan as we see huge potential in the way we can help people move around their city safely and reliably...

  • Pakistan to invite PayPal, Alibaba to start e-commerce services

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan is set to invite global online payment giants PayPal and Alibaba to offer their services in the country, the IT ministry has said, after easing its e-commerce rules...

    The move follows a decision by the global Financial Action Task Force to remove Pakistan from its list of high-risk and non-cooperative jurisdictions linked to money laundering...

  • US oil, gas services firm to wind up Pakistan operations

    ISLAMABAD: A leading international oil and gas services firm is reportedly winding up its operations in Pakistan, causing a setback to exploration and development companies operating in the country and rendering more than 60 professionals jobless...

    Based in Houston, US, and operating in more than 90 countries, Baker Hughes is one of the largest oil field services companies in the world providing the oil and gas industry products and...

  • Sri Lanka, Pakistan include services in FTA

    COLOMBO: Sri Lanka and Pakistan have agreed to include services in a bilateral free trade agreement (FTA), Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said on Tuesday...

    “The two countries have agreed on the inclusion of services and investments chapters in the bilateral FTA,” Sharif, who is visiting Sri Lanka, said after overseeing the signing of eight bilateral agreements...

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