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  • FBR extends last date for budget proposals

    ISLAMABAD: Fede­­ral Board of Reve­nue (FB) has extended the last date to March 18, 2016 for receiving bud­get 2016-17 proposals to formulate income tax measures, said a circular issued on Tuesday...

    Earlier, the last date was January 20, 2016 but no significant proposals were received by the income tax department...

  • Last date for return of IDPs extended

    LANDI KOTAL: Fata Disaster Management Authority and Khyber Agency political administration extended the last date for the repatriation of Shalobar displaced families till June 30 owing to slow process of registration...

    The date was, however, extended till the end of June as officials said that nearly 2,000 families were not yet registered at the Qambarabad registration centre...

  • ECP to change polling date for last phase of LG polls in Punjab, Sindh

    ISLAMABAD: The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has agreed to change the polling date for the third and last phase of upcoming local government elections in Punjab and Sindh scheduled for Dec 3...

    A four-member delegation of Tehreek-i-Nifaz-i-Fiqh-i-Jafaria (TNFJ) led by its secretary general Sakhawat Hussain Kazmi held a meeting with Chief Election Commissioner retired Justice Sardar Mohammad Raza Khan and other members of the...

  • FBR asks taxpayers not to wait till last date for filing returns

    ISLAMABAD: The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) has urged old and new taxpayers to file their tax returns well ahead of the extended date of Oct 15...

    An official announcement said the FBR notified a one-time extension of 15 days on Sept 30 and extended the return filing deadline till Oct 15 to facilitate those who faced technical hiccups on the last date...

  • CM will give final date for metro bus inauguration

    RAWALPINDI: Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif will visit the garrison city in next two days to inspect the work on metro bus project and give a final date for the launch of the service...

    Commissioner Zahid Saeed told Dawn that metro bus project was in final stages, but the date for its inauguration will be given by the Punjab chief minister...

  • Inauguration date of metro bus not decided, but venue changed

    RAWALPINDI: Although the date of inauguration of the metro bus service is yet to be decided, the venue of the ceremony has been changed from the garrison city to Islamabad because of “security concerns”...

    Since the intelligence agencies also opposed the dignitaries taking the risk of riding the metro bus on its elevated track in Rawalpindi, he said the inauguration would take place at the Jinnah Convention Centre in Islamabad...

  • Visually impaired block Metro bus track for regular jobs, quota

    LAHORE: Visually challenged persons on Sunday blocked the Metro bus service track in protest against non-acceptance of their demand for regularisation of jobs...

    Around 30 visually impaired people gathered at the Kalma Chowk and blocked the Metro bus track demanding regularisation of their service and quota in jobs...

  • Smog continues to disrupt rail, road and air traffic

    Meanwhile, as smog perturbed people much more than in the last two days, the Met department indicated the incursion of a strong westerly wave during Sunday...

    Earlier, smog and fog continued to affect life in the length and breadth of Punjab and in the plains of KP and Sindh, disrupting rail, road and air traffic...

  • Lebanon plans to get back on track with a rail revolution

    Lebanon as a rail powerhouse for the rebuilding of post-war Syria, high-speed double-track trains running in tunnels through the Lebanese mountains above Beirut, sidings for the building-blocks of Syria’s new cities in the Bekaa Valley – do not think here, dear reader, of the Roman temples of Baalbek – and a link up with the great railways that will run from the Gulf to Europe via the new Iraq and the new Syria...

    Why not an electric...

  • Rail workers seek 50pc pay raise

    LAHORE: Pakistan Railways Employees (PREM) Union has urged the prime minister and the federal finance minister to increase by 50 per cent the salary of the rail workers in the forthcoming budget...

    “Funds should also be allocated on emergent basis to upgrade all health facilities of the Pakistan Railways (PR) and to ensure provision of free medicines there for rail workers,” union’s senior vice-president Sheikh Muhammad Anwar told...

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