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  • Threatening SMS sender booked under ATA

    RAWALPINDI: The police have registered a terrorism case against an unidentified person for sending a threatening text message to the crisis control centre of the Nur Khan Airbase...

    Mohammad Bilal Zaidi, a senior officer at the control centre, complained to the Airport police that he received a threatening text message on his mobile phone at his workplace on Friday
  • Meter reading: Lesco to launch SMS

    LAHORE: Lahore Electric Supply Company (Lesco) has decided to send meter readings to the consumers on their mobile phones on a regular basis through SMS service, asking the field staff to start collecting their cell numbers for the purpose...

  • PM national health programme to introduce SMS service

    ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister National Health Programme (PMNHP) has decided to introduce an SMS service for the beneficiaries of the programme due to which they will get information about balance in their cards...

    It is worth mentioning here that the prime minister launched the programme on Dec 31 last year for Islamabad and described it as the first step towards making Pakistan a welfare state...

  • Suspected sender of SMS to lawyer arrested

    RAWALPINDI: The police have picked up an under trial prisoner from Adiala jail for being involved in sending a threatening text message (SMS) to a lawyer...

    The lawyer received an SMS suspected to be sent from inside Adiala jail on Monday, in which the sender warned him to be ready to face a fate similar to that of a senior judge who was killed outside his house in Rawalpindi recently...

  • Uber rival Rixi lets you hail rickshaws via SMS in Lahore

    LAHORE: As taxi hailing giant Uber enters Pakistan, a little-known local competitor is counting on a mix of new ideas and old technology to tap what could be a big chunk of the market: low-income residents who travel in rickshaws, not cabs...

    Its platform is not smartphones, but older SMS phone messaging that allows nearby drivers to bid for any user's business...

  • Flood warning through SMS

    LAHORE: Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif says an SMS service has been started for giving advance warning regarding flood situation to people living near rivers...

  • SBP introduces SMS service for issuance of new currency notes

    KARACHI: The State Bank of Pakistan, in collaboration with the Pakistan Banks’ Association, has introduced an SMS service for the issuance of fresh currency notes to public...

    Under the facility, people will be required to send from their mobile phones SMSs containing their CNIC/Smart Card numbers along with the codes of bank branches where they wanted to collect the notes to 8877...

  • Prank calls and spam SMS: banish the unwantables

    Open Settings on your Android phone, Click “More” under the Wireless & Networks option, then select “Default SMS app” as Google Hangouts...

    Go back to your home screen, open Hangouts app and it will automatically start importing all your SMS messages by default...

  • SMS-based tutoring system for public schools’ students soon

    LAHORE: Showing sensitivity to the students need for after-school academic assistance, the Punjab is set to launch an SMS-based Intelligent Tutoring System (ITS) in public schools through two different programmes starting from Nov 15, this year...

    Under the e-learning initiative of the SMS-based Information and Technology University’s Centre for Technology in Education (CTE), technical and financial assistance of the Punjab...

  • SBP re-launches SMS service for issuance of fresh currency notes

    KARACHI: The State Bank of Pakistan, through its subsidiary the SBP Banking Services Corporation, has again launched its SMS service (8877) for issuance of fresh currency notes to the public...

    The booking of the service shall commence on May 19, while issuance of fresh currency notes through mobile SMS service will start on May 20 and will continue till May 31, said an SBP press release on Friday...

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