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  • Minister suspends 19 Sepco officers, says meter readers 100pc corrupt

    SUKKUR: Minister of State for Water and Power Abid Sher Ali has ordered suspension of 19 officers of the Sukkur Electric Power Company (Sepco) on charges of failure to perform duties in the best interest of the company and said meter readers are 100 per cent corrupt who have become millionaires through the ill-gotten money...

    A list of the 50 most corrupt meter readers had been prepared against whom action would be launched soon,...

  • 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...

  • ‘Illegally installed electricity meter’ at MPA’s factory untraceable

    FAISALABAD: Faisalabad Electric Supply Company (Fesco) officials have been trying hard for the last one-and-a-half months to recover a meter allegedly installed illegally to energise the foundry unit of a PML-N MPA...

    Finding no way to recover the meter, Fesco Chief Executive Officer Rasheed Aslam had on March 31 constituted a four-member committee to probe into the issue...

  • Ogra to approach third party for gas meter testing

    ISLAMABAD: Amid demand by gas utilities for increase in their prescribed price and meter rent by up to 123 per cent and 100pc, respectively, the Oil & Gas Regulatory Authority (Ogra) has decided to have testing of gas meters by independent third party, instead of gas companies themselves...

    The Ogra would be taking up on Monday (today) at a public hearing the petition filed by Sui Southern Gas Company (SSGCL) for Rs79 per million...

  • O level and A level exams get under way in city

    KARACHI: Students appearing for their O level and A level papers this week faced both nervousness and excitement on Tuesday, the first day of exams...

    Hazeela Tahir, an O level student who appeared for her first year history paper, said she was glad that it went very well...

  • Water level at Khanpur Dam just 20ft above dead level

    TAXILA: The water level at Khanpur Dam has dropped drastically to just 20 feet above the ‘dead level’, forcing authorities to further curtail water supply to Rawalpindi, Islamabad and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa for civic purposes and irrigation...

    If the water level does not increase in the next couple of weeks, authorities fear that the Capital Development Board in Islamabad and the Rawalpindi Cantonment Board may be asked to ration water......

  • Sound byte: ‘The more Afghans trust Pakistan, the worse off we are’

    Q: Why do you think, from an Afghan perspective, have relations between Pakistan and Afghanistan taken a turn for the worst?A: The Afghan president took a lot of flak at home over trusting Pakistan and trying to get a security agreement signed between our two intelligence agencies...

    [Earlier this year] he took the level of cooperation to a whole new level, assuming that Pakistan was willing to bring the Taliban to the negotiating...

  • Sound byte: ‘Taliban talking to Afghan govt under pressure from Pakistan’

    Q: How seriously can we take the talks taking place in Murree?A: These talks are very important and of a serious nature, especially for Pakistan, as this is the first time that Pakistan is holding such talks on its soil...

    Earlier, a dialogue was brokered by Pakistan in Urumqi, China, which was attended by Mulla Abdur Jalil, Mulla Hassan, etc who are all based in Pakistan...

  • Sound Bytes: ‘Climate change is a bigger threat to Pakistan than terrorism’

    Dr Chaudhry is also the former special adviser to the secretary general of the UN World Meteorological Organisation for Asia and the lead author of Pakistan’s National Climate Change Policy...

    Q: How is climate change affecting Pakistan, particularly Sindh?A: I am fully convinced that climate change is a bigger threat to Pakistan than terrorism, and Pakistan can experience severe impacts of extreme climate disasters, with water stress...

  • Sound bytes: Seize the moment, Lagarde tells Pakistan

    In all her recent public appearances, IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde has reiterated the same message: Pakistan is out of crisis and a “moment of opportunity” presents itself...

    In a wide-ranging interview with Dawn, Lagarde spelled out her vision for a post-programme Pakistan in more detail, from continuing with the reforms, to how the Fund is viewing the growing cooperation between China and Pakistan under the corridor...

  • Sound bytes: ‘Sindh’s new law fundamentally alters 1973 Civil Servants Law’

    Under the proposed law, a person employed in the ‘service of Pakistan’ can also be appointed in the Sindh civil services whether by way of deputation, appointment by promotion or transfer, absorption or induction...

    So for the question of the SC judgement being Sindh-specific, Article 189 says that the questions of law decided, or the principles of law enunciated, by the Supreme Court are binding on all other courts in Pakistan... ...

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