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  • PIA to bring back stranded SAI passengers from China

    Keeping in view the hardship being faced by the stranded Pakistani passengers, PIA has agreed to send its aircraft on a request of the SAI, said PIA spokesperson Mashhood Tajwar while responding to Dawn queries on Saturday...

    Earlier, the SAI had approached PIA to get its passengers back home...

  • SAI offices de-sealed, Haj flights to resume tomorrow

    KARACHI: The offices of Shaheen Air International (SAI) were reopened after its management reached an agreement with the officials of the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR), and submitted the bank guarantee worth Rs1...

    The FBR had closed down the offices of SAI a few days ago on account of non-clearance of dues and taxes...

  • CAA dues being paid in instalments: SAI

    KARACHI: The Shaheen Air International (SAI) is paying some dues to the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) in instalments about which the two have agreed upon, according to SAI representative Zohaib Hassan...

    Mr Hassan said that the SAI had fallen behind on payment of CAA dues on several occasions also in the past, but it had always paid off its dues / arrears...

  • German and Afghan guard killed in Kabul guest house attack

    Gunmen have attacked an international guest house in Kabul, killing a German woman and an Afghan guard, the interior ministry said on Sunday...

    The guest house was run by a Swedish NGO Operation Mercy, whose director Scott Breslin told local news agency TT that the organisation is holding a crisis meeting...

  • 140 years on, Khewra guest house stands intact

    While most buildings built 150 to 200 years ago by the British and wealthy Hindus and Sikhs have been left to deteriorate, the Khewra guest house is a rare historical site that stands intact, in all its grandeur...

    After the British colonised India in 1858, they constructed various buildings that housed schools and universities, patwar khanas and guest houses...

  • Controversial cyber crime bill ‘open for debate in the house’

    PML-N MNA retired Capt Mohammad Safdar told the house that the draft copy of the PECB had been thoroughly discussed by the National Assembly Standing Committee on Information Technology (IT), and invited suggestions from parliamentarians and stakeholders from the IT industry and from civil society...

    “The bill is open for debate again in the house to include suggestions to make the law better,” Mr Safdar, who was also the chairperson...

  • Teacher held, three booked for using schools as guest houses

    MITHI: In a first case of its kind, four persons were booked and one of them, a primary teacher, was arrested for using closed schools as guest houses on Tuesday after the Islamkot civil judge at Mithi, Sajjad Ahmed Chandio, paid a surprise visit to several schools in the taluka...

    The judge ordered arrest of the teacher, Shamsher Ali Janjhi, when he came to know that he had been using the school building in Mohammad Saleh Janhji...

  • Two guest houses sealed in Peshawar

    PESHAWAR: The Municipal Corporation Peshawar (MCP) has sealed two guest houses in the University Town for functioning in the residential colony...

    A statement issued here on Thursday said that the guest houses – Shelton guest house and Green Cottage guest house – had already been issued several notices for violating the bylaws of local government, but they avoided to take notice and continued commercial activities...

  • Afghan army chief to be chief guest at Kakul passing out parade today

    ISLAMABAD: Afghan Army Chief Gen Sher Mohammad Karimi will be the chief guest at the passing out parade at the Pakistan Military Academy (PMA), Kakul, on Saturday, the military’s public affairs division said...

    Gen Karimi would have the distinction of being the first foreign dignitary to be the chief guest at the ceremony, which marks the commissioning of officers on completion of their two-year-long training course at the country’s...

  • Come fly with me: Dutch king was guest pilot for 21 years

    King Willem-Alexander told national newspaper De Telegraaf in an interview published on Wednesday that he has ended his role as a regular “guest pilot” after 21 years on KLM’s fleet of Fokker 70 planes and before that on Dutch carrier Martinair...

    As a guest flier, the king is always co-pilot...

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