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Time To Wake Up

Time To Wake Up And Resolve Serious Water Crisis Sabir Shah At a juncture when the whole of Pakistan, especially the port city Karachi, is experiencing acute dearth of water, the men at the helm of affairs have been jolted out of a deep slumber. The crisis is not looming——it ...

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Ro Plants In Old City Areas

RO plants in old city areas leads to drops in waterborne diseases MUHAMMAD IRFAN Access to clean drinking water, declared as basic human right by United Nation General Assembly, has been a major issue in Pakistan. According to different estimates, over 50 percent of Pakistan population lacks access clean and ...

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Senate To Propose Judicial Reforms

 The Senate created history recently when it took up as a ‘committee of the whole house’ the intricate and thorny subject of judicial system in order to propose a set of reforms for provision of speedy and inexpensive justice to all segments of the society.  According to a notice of ...

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Accidents foreigners faced in Pakistan

Accidents foreigners faced in Pakistan NT REPORT Gilgit has certainly become fearsome for foreigners after the tragic Friday morning Naltar Valley helicopter crash, which has claimed the lives of two important diplomats and the wives of two other international envoys stationed at Islamabad. About two years ago in June 2013, ...

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NAB Suggests ways to FBR

NAB suggests ways to FBR to check Rs2,000bn tax evasion NT REPORT To check the revenue-related corruption and tax evasion of an estimated Rs2,000 billion annually, the National Accountability Bureau, on the recommendation of its committee of experts, has sent to the FBR a comprehensive package for implementation to overhaul ...

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HRGP Demands UN

HRGP demands UN, international community to stop genocide of Rohingyas NT REPORT Human Rights Group of Pakistan has strongly condemned the ethnic cleansing of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar and grave violation of human rights amounting to crimes against humanity by the Myanmar regime and Buddhist monks. Secretary General HRGP Khalid ...

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Ethnic Cleansing Of Rohingya

Ethnic Cleansing Of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar continues ZULFIQAR ALI The ethnic cleansing of Rohingya and other Muslims has assumed alarming proportion recently, which even prompted the human rights organizations, who otherwise were silent over their plight, to raise voice against the grave rights violation and crimes against humanity. Human ...

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Model Town Tragedy

Model Town Tragedy : JIT gives clean chits  to Shahbaz, Rana Sanaullah The Joint Investigation Team constituted to probe the Model Town tragedy has exonerated Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif, former law minister Rana Sanaullah and former Operations DIG Rana Abdul Jabbar from allegations levelled at them in an FIR. ...

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Loot in the name of reforms remains unchecked

Loot in the name of reforms remains unchecked  Ansar Abbasi The huge amount of over US$129 million dollars, which was spent in the name of tax reforms during the last decade, has gone down the drain with the tax-to-GDP ratio showing a decline instead of an improvement besides the ‘reforms’ ...

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Litigants’ CNICs misused in tax fraud case

Litigants’ CNICs misused in tax fraud case NT REPORT Intelligence and Investigation Inland Revenue of the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR), Faisalabad, has busted a gang which has been using the computerised national identity cards (CNICs) of the litigants for registration of dummy units and claiming sales tax refund on ...

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