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  • Consultants oppose piped gas to ‘uneconomical’ categories

    ISLAMABAD: Independent consultants appointed on the instructions of the government have recommended limiting the expansion of piped-natural gas to uneconomical consumer categories and replacing it with cylindered-gas to contain huge energy losses amid scarce domestic resources...

    The consultants were of the opinion that this level of system losses was too high...

  • Hefty payout to consultants displeases CJP

    LAHORE: Chief Justice of Pakistan Mian Saqib Nisar on Saturday expressed displeasure at hefty amount being paid to foreign consultants engaged for Punjab Saaf Pani Company and huge salaries paid to its officials...

    “Who are these consultants and for what purpose they have been hired,” the chief justice asked company CEO retired Capt Muhammad Usman...

  • Wapda faces resistance over plan to hire local consultants for dam construction

    LAHORE: The Water and Power Development Authority (Wapda) is facing resistance from the quarters concerned in the federal government over its plan to hire local consultants for supervising and the execution of Diamer-Bhasha and Mohmand dams’ projects, it has been learnt...

    The opposition started from the relevant ministries after Wapda finally decided in principle to give the lead role to local consultants instead of international...

  • Taliban admit to holding talks with govt team in Norway

    KABUL: The Taliban on Friday admitted taking part in informal talks in Norway with an Afghan delegation, reportedly made up of women, signalling a nascent dialogue despite an escalating militant offensive...

    Norway on Thursday said it was hosting a new round of talks between Taliban representatives and members of Afghan society, with media saying the dialogue was focused on women’s rights in Afghanistan...

  • Norway plans tax breaks for remotest Arctic oilfields

    OSLO: Norway’s government plans to make taxpayers rather than oil companies pay special UN fees for any offshore production from remote Arctic regions, according to letters sent to oil firms and seen by Reuters...

    It was criticised by opposition parties that want tighter limits on exploration in the fragile Arctic environment, days before an election in which the future of Norway’s big offshore oil and gas sector is a major issue... ...

  • Norway, Philippines envoys killed in helicopter crash, army claims no terror attack

    GILGIT: Ambassador of Philippines Domingo D Lucenario Jr, Ambassador of Norway Leif Larsen and the wives of the Malaysian and Indonesian ambassadors were among seven people killed in a helicopter crash in Naltar Valley in the Gilgit-Baltistan region on Friday...

    According to a list of passengers obtained by AFP, the ambassadors of Indonesia, Lebanon, Malaysia, the Netherlands, Romania, Norway, South Africa, the Philippines and Poland...

  • Germany, Norway humiliate World Cup new teams

    OTTAWA: Former champions Germany and Norway got off to winning starts at the women’s World Cup on Sunday as newcomers Ivory Coast and Thailand took a battering...

    Germany whipped the Ivory Coast 10-0 after Norway thrashed Thailand 4-0 in the opening round of Group B matches in Ottawa’s Lansdowne Stadium...

  • Sargodha man planned to take children to Norway to film pornographic videos: FIA

    A man who was arrested on Tuesday in a child pornography bust in Sargodha had planned on travelling to Norway with children from his town to produce pornographic content, the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) told Dawn...

    Saadat Amin had asked one James Lindstorm, his main client in Norway, to arrange for travel documents for visas for him and the children to travel to Norway, the FIA said...

  • Norway proposes ban on full-face veils in schools

    Norway aims to ban face-covering Muslim veils in kindergartens, schools and universities, the government said on Monday, the latest European nation to propose restrictions on wearing burqas and niqabs...

    Norway's minority government, a coalition of the centre-right Conservatives and the populist Progress Party, said it was confident it would find opposition support for the move...

  • Norway, UNODC to help Punjab police in crime management

    Highlighting achievements of the UNODC, Mr Guedes said the agency had an extensive experience of implementing programmes with police and prosecution in Pakistan, particularly Punjab, with financial support of the government of Norway...

    Building on previous efforts with the support of Norway, it [the agency] aims at furthering its engagement,” said the UNODC representative...

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