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  • Registration of NGOs, seminaries suspended in Gilgit

    GILGIT: The Gilgit divisional administration has suspended registration of 320 NGOs, including a Chinese entity, and 30 seminaries operating in the division, for failing to provide details of their funding sources and activities...

    According to a list provided to the media by Assistant Commissioner, Gilgit, Rana Waqas on Monday, 320 local NGOs and 30 seminaries’ registration had been suspended and their bank accounts frozen...

  • NGOs warned against using name of women jirga

    Addressing a news conference at Swat Press Club here on Thursday, she warned the NGOs to refrain from committing the illegal acts...

    However, she said, some NGOs in the area were hijacking the activities and cases highlighted and resolved by Khwendo Jirga...

  • Offices of six NGOs sealed in Shangla

    Deputy Commissioner Abdul Kabir Khan accompanied by Assistant Commissioner, Alpuri, Tariq Mehmood and a police contingent sealed the NGOs’ offices...

    He said the NGOs had been directed to provide NOCs, but they failed to do so...

  • Performance of NGOs termed unsatisfactory

    They urged the administration to evolve appropriate monitoring system to make the activities of NGOs fruitful...

    They made the complaint during a meeting, held here the other day at the office of additional political agent, with the representatives of various NGOs...

  • ‘Renegade’ NGOs to be investigated

    “We do not want to ban any NGOs, but they will have to respect the code of conduct and [their] charter of registration...

    ”The NGOs that were operating without being registered in Pakistan would be regularised, he said, adding that those involved in activities that were “against the national interest” would be proceeded against on the basis of information provided by security agencies...

  • NGOs stand exposed: JI

    CHARSADDA: Jamaat-i-Islami chief Sirajul Haq said on Saturday that the NGOs working on anti-Pakistan agenda could not be allowed to work in the country...

    Mr Haq said that certain NGOs were working here to fulfil the agenda of enemies of Pakistan...

  • Govt to streamline working of international NGOs

    He clarified that registration and de-registration of NGOs was currently the mandate of the Economic Affairs Division (EAD) which comes under the Ministry of Finance...

    He said the broad parameters of the policy to regulate operations of NGOs in Pakistan will be finalized in next three to four days while the inter-ministerial committee headed by Ambassador (retd) Tariq Fatemi will go into nitty-gritty to give a final shape to the...

  • Siraj regrets NGOs decision reversed on ‘US pressure’

    LAHORE: Jamaat-i-Islami Emir Sirajul Haq regrets the government has backtracked on the issue of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) under pressure from the US...

    In a statement issued here on Monday, he said the government, especially Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar, had taken a clear stance on NGOs but retreated when pressed by the US...

  • Govt allows foreign NGOs to continue operations for six months

    Read: Interior Ministry suspends order to close 'Save the Children'In November 2013, the PML-N government announced its intention to regularise INGOs yet authorities have been continuously “avoiding” signing memorandums of understanding (MoUs) with almost 130 national and international NGOs for the past year and a half, sources told Dawn...

    The official said around 150 NGOs, a majority of them international, submitted relevant...

  • 4,000 NGOs warned to renew registration or face cancellation

    KARACHI: The Sindh government has warned more than 4,000 non-governmental organisations (NGOs) to get themselves registered by submitting updated financial details and other required documents within a week or face cancellation, officials in the social welfare department said on Wednesday...

    Thousands of NGOs are registered with various ministries and departments of the Sindh government, including the departments of social welfare,...

  • SECP notifies draft regulations for NGOs

    ISLAMABAD: The Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) has notified the draft Associations with Charitable and Not-for-Profit Objects (Licensing and Corporate Governance) Regulations, 2017, to obtain public opinion...

    The draft regulations have been placed on the SECP’s website for comments and feedback by all stakeholders and the general public
  • SECP tightens rules for NGOs

    ISLAMABAD: The Sec­urities and Exchange Com­mission of Pakistan (SECP) has tightened the regime to establish non-government organisations (NGOs) in a bid to curb political interference by them...

    It further said that new conditions will apply to all ‘associations’ (NGOs), including existing licensed ones as well as ones those seeking fresh licences...

  • Nisar’s statement against NGOs termed ‘hate speech’

    ISLAMABAD: Representatives of non-governmental organisations, trade unions and civil society organisations (CSOs) from all over the country gathered here on Friday to chalk out a future course of action following the recent statements of politicians against NGOs, their staff and volunteers...

    The ‘national meeting’ organised by the Pakistan Civil Society Forum (PCSF) took serious exception to a statement of Interior Minister Chaudhry...

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