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  • Mobile phone service suspension, pillion riding ban for Youm-i-Ali in Lahore

    LAHORE: Pillion riding has been banned and the mobile phone service will also be suspended in the provincial capital on Monday to ensure law and order on the occasion of the martyrdom day of Hazrat Ali (AS) and the arrival of the Chinese Vice-President Wang Qishan...

    Earlier, the provincial government had banned pillion riding in Lahore for two days on Saturday because of security concerns on the occasion...

  • Number of mobile phone users to surpass 5bn this year

    BARCELONA: The number of mobile phone users globally will surpass five billion by the middle of this year, according to a study released on Monday by GSMA, the association of mobile operators...

    With populations in Asia, and notably India, on the rise, the number, which stood at 4...

  • Mobile phone service to be launched in parts of Balochistan

    KARACHI: Several districts in Balochistan are going to receive mobile phone and other telecom services for the first time ever as companies are now eyeing more business opportunities in the largest province of the country with the lowest teledensity, thanks to a fast-improving security situation and growing development projects under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), said officials and analysts...

    The companies are set to...

  • No phone service in Mohmand areas

    GHALANAI: The residents of Khwezai and Biazai areas of Mohmand Agency have demanded provision of mobile phone and other communication services, saying they are facing difficulties in contacting their friends and relatives in parts of the country and abroad...

    They have demanded of the KP governor and local political administration to rebuild the exchange and also provide them with mobile phone facility in the area...

  • Mobile phone service suspended in Bajaur

    KHAR: The local political administration on Tuesday suspended cellular phone service in Bajaur Agency without citing any solid reason...

    Sources said that the administration directed the local franchise of all cellular phone companies to shut their towers and disconnect their networks in the agency...

  • Mobile phone agriculture extension service models

    The three of us developed a mobile phone Interactive Voice Response (IVR) and text messaging service that gives farmers in Sindh access to the required agricultural extension information...

    This system works seamlessly across different devices and different phone networks and is particular well suited for users with low levels of literacy...

  • Adiala jail fails to block mobile phone service

    RAWALPINDI: Even though two mobile phone towers installed close to the Central Jail Adiala were disconnected recently, cellphones are still functioning on the premises of the prison as the frequency of the other four towers installed quite far from the building has been increased by the service providers...

    Since it is a high security prison, and crowded too, the installation of the mobile phone towers became a security risk, he...

  • Partial suspension of mobile phone service likely

    ISLAMABAD: Though a blanket blackout of cellular service across the country is not under consideration on 9th and 10th Muharram (Thursday and Friday), citizens can face partial suspension of the service in different cities due to security reasons, said sources in cellular companies...

    “People can face suspension of service, including suspension of internet, near Imambargahs and other sensitive areas as per requirement of law...

  • Sightseeing Lahore: Shahbaz inaugurates double-decker tourist bus service

    LAHORE: Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif inaugurated on Wednesday Pakistan's first sightseeing double-decker bus service for tourists in the provincial capital...

    The double-decker bus service, namely "Sightseeing Lahore", is part of a project of the Tourism Development Corporation of Punjab (TDCP) to promote cultural and historical heritage of the province...

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