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  • FIFA suspends Pakistan Football Federation as its 'offices, accounts remain in court's control'

    FIFA has suspended the Pakistan Football Federation's (PFF) membership citing "undue third-party interference" as the federation's "offices and its accounts remain in control of a court-appointed administrator," a press release from the association said on Wednesday...

    "However, "the suspension will be lifted once the PFF offices and access to the PFF accounts are returned to the PFF," the FIFA press release said...

  • Three new immigration offices to be set up at Pakistan-Iran border

    QUETTA: The Pakistan and Iran joint border commission has decided to set up three more immigration offices at the border between the two countries...

    Balochistan Chief Secretary Saifullah Chattah led a 26-member delegation from Pakistan, while Deputy Governor of Sistan-Baluchestan Ali Asghar Mirshekari led the Iranian side in the meeting...

  • Initial voter lists put on display at 100 offices

    KARACHI: With the display of initial voter lists at the offices of assistant registration officers, the preparations for holding local bodies elections in Sindh on Sept 20 entered their second phase on Tuesday...

    Know more: SC issues final schedule of local bodies electionsIn Karachi division, the initial lists were on display at 100 offices of the AROs while in the whole province the lists were displayed at about 300 such places... ...

  • Thin attendance expected in offices today

    ISLAMABAD: All government, semi-government and private offices, including banks and financial institutions and outpatient departments in hospitals, will reopen after Eid holidays on Wednesday...

    However, a thin attendance is expected in the offices as it has become a tradition that a large number of people, including those who have gone to their hometowns, do not return to work on the first day after the Eid holidays...

  • Offices of nine banned sectarian groups sealed in Sindh

    KARACHI: The Sindh government has received details about 62 ‘banned sectarian organisations’ from the federal authorities, bank accounts of the 13 of those groups have been frozen and offices of just nine of them have been sealed, it emerged on Sunday...

    The points were conveyed to the Sindh Police and Pakistan Rangers, Sindh...

  • PM rejects MQM-P’s demand for reopening of sealed offices

    KARACHI: Referring to the ‘recommendations’ of the security apparatus actively engaged in restoring normality to the city, the federal government led by Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has communicated to the leadership of the Muttahida Qaumi Mov­ement-Pakistan (MQM-P) that its unit offices — sealed off or razed last year — could not be reopened as the party had lately dem­anded, it emerged on Friday...

    More than 150 unit offices...

  • Offices of six NGOs sealed in Shangla

    SHANGLA: The local administration on Monday sealed the offices of six non-government organisations for not having obtained no-objection-certificates to work in the Shangla district...

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

  • NA-120 by-poll is about offices, meetings, posters

    The ruling PML-N, which has fielded former first lady Kulsoom Nawaz for the contest, is more visible in the constituency as its election offices can be seen almost on each major road and in street in the area...

    Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf’s (PTI’s) Dr Yasmin Rashid is in the contest with full force...

  • Health ministry yet to acquire land to house DRAP offices

    ISLAMABAD: Despite repeated claims made by the Ministry of National Health Services (NHS) to establish a new building for the Drug Regulatory Authority of Pakistan (DRAP), no progress towards this end has been made over the past three years...

    In July 2014, the ministry decided to shift DRAP offices to a rented building at Sector G-9 for two years during which it was to construct a building for DRAP on the premises of the National...

  • NAB raid on Sindhri town committee offices

    MIRPURKHAS: A team of the Karachi National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Thursday carried out a raid on the offices of the Sindhri town committee in the investigation into alleged misappropriation of millions of rupees and ghost employees...

  • FIA raids Axact offices, takes records and employees into custody

    ISLAMABAD: A team of the Federal Investigation Agency's cyber crime unit entered local IT company Axact's Islamabad and Karachi offices on Tuesday and collected manuals, records and computers as evidence in the ongoing investigation of a global fake degrees scam...

    TV reports quoted FIA Deputy Director Tahir Tanveer as saying that the Axact offices in twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi have been sealed and that around 22...

  • Govt faces uphill task of setting up offices for LG representatives

    PESHAWAR: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has so far made no arrangements for the establishment of thousands of offices for the elected local government representatives, who will resume their offices in June...

    The local government and rural development department is required 3,501 offices for the elected representatives at village and neighbourhood councils level across the province, according to sources...

  • Offices being set up for LG councils

    LAKKI MARWAT: The provincial government has started taking practical measures to set up offices equipped with facilities for the village and neighbourhood councils...

    A relevant official said on Thursday that the provincial government had written to the assistant directors of Local Government and Rural Development Department to establish the offices of local bodies...

  • AGP fears new US embassy will be used for surveillance of govt offices

    The Auditor General of Pakistan (AGP) has raised objections over the new seven-storey building of the United States (US) Embassy in Islamabad's Diplomatic Enclave, saying that the top floor of the building can be "conveniently" used for surveillance of the government offices located in the adjacent area...

    The AGP audit report also warned that “in all probabilities, [the] rooftop of the building will be utilised to install...

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