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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...

    In 2000, there were only 10 police stations – Aabpara, Kohsar, Bhara Kahu, Secretariat, Sihala, Industrial Area, Margalla, Golra, Tarnol and Women...

  • ‘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...

    Instead, PTA Chairman Dr Ismail Shah stressed the need for developing better relations with social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube to ensure better monitoring and control of blasphemous content...

  • Situationer: Manpower woes deny justice to Balochistan litigants

    QUETTA: On Aug 8, 2016 a suicide bomb ripped through the emergency services ward of Quetta’s Civil Hospital and deprived Balochistan of 55 of its finest, and some of the most senior, lawyers...

    Despite incremental increase in the provincial budget for law and order and the prosecution department, understaffing remains a major issue for the district and high courts, and the benches...

  • 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

    869 billion infrastructure and 52 judicial officers to establish regular courts in the erstwhile tribal region, an official document revealed...

    A senior staff member of the high court told Dawn that few weeks ago, the court had completed its homework about human resource and infrastructure requirements in case of the merger of Fata with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and prepared an official document in that regard for the consideration of the...

  • ‘Motorway police facing shortage of manpower, logistics’

    ISLAMABAD: The National Highways and Motorway Police (NHMP) is facing an acute shortage of logistics and manpower to maintain their standard and deliver services to motorists, senior officers told Dawn on condition of anonymity...

    They said the shortage increased by 50pc since the department took over three new motorways M-3 (Lahore-Abdul Hakeem), M-4 (Pindi Bhattian-Shorkot and Shorkot- Multan) and M-5 (Multan-Sukkur)...

  • International Labour Organisation programme aims to improve labour welfare

    LAHORE: The Better Work Programme (BWP) will help improve Pakistan’s compliance and exhibit its commitment to improve labour welfare, International Labour Organisation (ILO) Country Director Ms Ingrid Christensen said on Thursday...

    Sharing details about the project during a consultative session at Pakistan Textile Exporters Association, Ms Christensen said the BWP aims to improve working conditions in textile industry and make the...

  • Labour Day: A long and winding road for Pakistan's working classes

    Labour Day has been celebrated as a public holiday in most parts of the world to remind societies of workers' rights...

    It is a culmination of what started off in the early 1800s as the 'Eight-Hour Day Movement', a campaign sought to stop the exploitation of workers who worked hard for long hours, which was eventually commemorated as an annual occasion to focus on broader labour rights...

  • Interior ministry seeks FC contingent from KP for security in Islamabad

    ISLAMABAD: The interior ministry has asked Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s inspector general of police to send a contingent of the Frontier Constabulary (FC) to assist the Islamabad police in maintaining law and order in the capital during the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf’s (PTI) protest on Wednesday...

    The IGP, who had earlier said he would not be able to spare the FC personnel in view of the situation in the province, has again been approached by...

  • ATC seeks interior ministry’s order about transfer of case against Altaf to Islamabad

    KARACHI: An antiterrorism court on Friday sought an interior ministry notification pertaining to transfer of investigations and trial proceedings of a money laundering case against Muttahida Qaumi Movement founder Altaf Hussain and others from Karachi to Islamabad...

    The FIA has also named Karachi’s Deputy Mayor Arshad Vohra, former federal minister Babar Ghauri, Khawaja Sohail Mansoor, Khawaja Rehan and former senator Ahmed Ali in...

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