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  • Public safety commission okays annual policing plan for Sindh

    KARACHI: The Sindh Public Safety and Police Complaints Commission on Saturday approved the annual policing plan submitted by Inspector General of Police Dr Syed Kaleem Imam and it would be tabled before the provincial cabinet for final approval...

    The meeting was chaired by Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah and attended by all permanent members — MPAs Sharjeel Memon, Imdad Pitafi and Shamim Mumtaz of the Pakistan Peoples Party;...

  • Balochistan govt to fill 58 posts through service commission

    QUETTA: The Balochistan cabinet has decided to fill 58 vacant posts of naib tehsildar through the Public Service Commission to ensure merit in the recruitment process...

    The meeting, with a view to expanding the property tax net, decided to start computerisation of matters involving public property following a pilot project in Quetta which would be implemented with the assistance of Balochistan University of Information Technology and...

  • French public want Euro 2016 to go ahead

    PARIS: The French public is strongly against any cancellation of this summer’s Euro 2016 football championships due to the fear of further terrorist attacks, an opinion poll published Sunday has shown...

    Asked whether, in the context of the terrorist threat, it would be better to cancel Euro 2016, due to be held in France from June 10 to July 10, 79% of those questioned replied no...

  • Karachi mayor calls for amendment to LG law to facilitate public service

    HYDERABAD: Karachi Mayor Waseem Akhtar has said that powers are concentrated in Sindh, but even with this concentration of powers, had the provincial government really delivered, the situation would have been different in Larkana...

    He disclosed that it was the Sindh local government act which prevented him from delivering as only those powers were left with mayors which did not help them provide facilities to people...

  • KP govt fails to shift public service offices to all tribal districts

    PESHAWAR: Despite lapse of over a year since the merger of erstwhile Fata with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, essential public service offices including that of deputy commissioners, judiciary and police of three tribal districts have yet to be shifted to their respective tribal district headquarters...

    Similarly offices of DPO, communication and works, education, health, public health engineering, agriculture and forests have been operating in...

  • Abbottabad commission head wants report made public

    ISLAMABAD: Justice Javed Iqbal, who headed the Abbottabad Commission set up to conduct a probe after Osama bin Laden was found and eliminated in a covert operation by the US forces, on Monday called for the inquiry report to be made public and its recommendations implemented...

    “Unfortunately a routine has been made to establish commissions after every incident and then put the findings of the report on the shelf due to which there is...

  • Sindh set to offer 90,000 jobs; summary sent to CM

    KARACHI: In the wake of the Sindh cabinet’s decision to lift the yearlong ban on jobs in government sector, the provincial services and general administration department has identified some 90,000 posts in 47 ministries and directorates, which will soon be advertised for recruitment, it emerged on Tuesday...

    Some 19 other departments, including livestock and fisheries, public health engineering and rural development, energy, food,...

  • Locals not given jobs at Thar coal project, Tharis lodge complain with Sindh CM

    The Tharparkar district council chairman has written a letter to Sindh chief minister in which he has complained that the Sindh Engro Coal Mining Company (SECMC) was not honouring its commitment to provide jobs and create employment opportunities for the people of Tharparkar...

    Read: Economy vs environment: Thar coal and a test of Pakistan's prioritiesRubbishing SECMC claims that 77 per cent of the employees were local Tharis, the...

  • MQM-P slams PPP govt for giving urban jobs to rural Sindh citizens

    KARACHI: The Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan on Saturday once again accused the Pakistan Peoples Party-led Sindh government of being “corrupt, biased, and racist” and demanded that the National Accountability Bureau launch a probe into all government jobs given during the past 10 years by the provincial government...

    The party also warned that the ‘injustices’ if continued would only lend credence to the call for a new province in...

  • SINDH BUDGET 2016-17 : Rs10bn budget for Karachi’s infrastructure

    KARACHI: Without announcing any special package for the country’s commercial capital in its fiscal budget 2016-17, the Sindh government on Saturday allocated Rs10 billion “for major infrastructure projects of Karachi” including the construction of three flyovers and as many underpasses and upgrade/renovation of a couple of major roads...

    In his budget speech in the provincial assembly, Sindh Finance Minister Murad Ali Shah said:...

  • Sindh Budget 2016-17: Rs225bn to be spent on development projects

    KARACHI: Sindh has unveiled Rs225 billion Annual Development Programme (ADP) 2016-17, which is about 27 per cent higher over the outgoing fiscal year’s Rs177bn...

    The total number of schemes has reached 2,773 including 966 new schemes in the ADP 2016-17 as compared to 2,352 including new 590 schemes in the outgoing fiscal year...

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