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    Pay Of Bs 14 In Pakistan

  • Convicts serving jail term for failure to pay fine will still pay: SC

    ISLAMABAD: The Sup­reme Court on Friday held that the amount of fine can still be recovered from a convict even if he has undergone additional sentence of imprisonment for non-payment of fine...

    “A sentence of imprisonment in default of payment of fine is only a punishment for non-payment of fine and it is not a substitute for the sentence of fine,” observed Chief Justice Asif Saeed Khosa in a judgement he authored
  • Pakistan to pay dearly for ‘expropriating’ assets of Turkish firm Karkey

    The office of the Attorney General of Pakistan (AGP), which coordinated the arbitration proceedings, and the Power Division under the Ministry of Energy separately confirmed on Thursday that the arbitration by the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) of the World Bank had gone against Pakistan...

    The AGP office said Karkey Karadeniz Electrik Uterim, a Turkish company that made arrangements for the supply...

  • Pentagon not to pay Pakistan $300 million in military reimbursements

    WASHINGTON: The Pentagon will not pay Pakistan $300 million in military reimbursements after US Secretary of Defense Ash Carter decided not to tell Congress that Pakistan was taking adequate action against the Haqqani network, a US official said...

    "The funds could not be released to the Government of Pakistan at this time because the Secretary has not yet certified that Pakistan has taken sufficient action against the Haqqani...

  • Senate panel asks Pakistan Steel to pay workers salaries

    ISLAMABAD: The Senate Standing Committee on Industries and Production decided on Wednesday that NAB or FIA should hold an inquiry into a case related to use of the gratuity fund of the Pakistan Steel Mills in other heads...

    In another agenda item, the committee was informed that new investors in the automobile sector had sought information from the Engineering Development Board (EDB) about revival of closed manufacturing units in the...

  • US asks Pakistan to pay for F-16s

    WASHINGTON: The US State Department has said that Pakistan will have to pay from its own funds if it wants to buy F-16 fighter jets...

    Pakistan had earlier reached an understanding with the US for buying eight F-16 planes...

  • Pakistan will have to pay for attack in held Kashmir: India

    NEW DELHI: Pakistan will have to pay for Saturday’s militant attack on an Indian army camp in Sunjuwan in Jammu, Indian Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman warned on Monday, a day after Islamabad urged New Delhi not to whip up war hysteria...

    She added that the perpetrators were assisted by Pakistan...

  • Pakistan will 'pay back India in its own coin' for any misadventure, warns defence minister

    "Pakistan will pay [back] India in its own coin in case of any misadventure," Defence Minister Khurram Dastgir Khan warned on Tuesday, responding to his Indian counterpart's comments from a day earlier...

    Following a militant attack over the weekend on an Indian army camp in Sunjuwan in Jammu — which left 10 people dead, including five Indian soldiers and a civilian — the Indian Foreign Minister Nirmala Sitharaman directly blamed...

  • Contracted Pakistan players set for pay raise

    LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has decided to award central contract to 33 players in five categories with a 25 per cent increase in their monthly stipend...

    The list of players was finalised by a four-member committee comprising of chief selector Inzamam-ul-Haq, head coach Mickey Arthur, Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmad and PCB Director Cricket Haroon Rasheed...

  • Pakistan told to pay $5.9bn to mining firm

    976 billion against Pakistan in the Reko Diq case...

    Read: World Bank tribunal rules against Pakistan in Reko Diq project caseThe international tribunal which provides facilities for conciliation and arbitration of international investment disputes, rendered its judgement on Friday — a 700-page ruling against Pak­istan in the Reko Diq case...

  • SC restrains govt from selling Pakistan Steel Mills land to pay dues to former employees

    The Supreme Court, while hearing a petition concerning a shortage of funds to pay provident funds and gratuities to former Pakistan Steel Mills (PSM) employees, on Monday barred the government from selling land owned by PSM to generate funds to do so...

    The deputy advocate general, who was representing the government, told the court that PSM did not have sufficient funds to pay salaries and provident funds to employees...

  • Afghan surgeon earns from rich to help pay for treating poor

    The surgeon ticked off parliamentarians, business directors and other "rich people" among his clients, who got their ideas online or during trips abroad and were prepared to pay thousands of dollars for cosmetic surgery...

    "If a patient comes and says 'I can only pay $100', I can do it for $100...

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