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NA body concerned over reduction in teachers’ salaries

ISLAMABAD: The National Assembly’s Standing Committee on Education, Trainings and Standards in Higher Education has shown serious concerns over the non-payment and reduction of salaries of teachers of Basic Education…

Opposition adamant to oppose PoP bill

ISLAMABAD: Despite severe differences among the opposition parties over the ongoing talks between the government and the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan, the PPPP, JUI-F, MQM, ANP, PML and JI seemed to be…

Parliament Files April 30, 2014

Sindh PA furious over poweroutages, CM vows to approach CCI

ISLAMABAD: Expressing utmost anger over the disconnection of power supply in the province over non-payment of dues, Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah has warned of arresting those involved…

FAFEN, National Press Club sign MoU for improved reporting

ISLAMABAD: The Trust for Democratic Education and Accountability- Free and Fair Election Network (TDEA-FAFEN) and the National Press Club (NPC), Islamabad, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) wherein they…

60 organizations banned to improve security

ISLAMABAD: In a bid to improve law and order in the country, the federal government has banned 60 organizations and put three others under watch. The information has been provided…

Parliament Files April 29, 2014

Sindh Assembly passes Child Marriages Restraint Bill 2013

Sindh Assembly passes Child Marriages Restraint Bill 2013

Underage marriage declared punishable;parents, bride and bridegroom can be prisoned for three years ISLAMABAD: The Provincial Assembly unanimously passed the Sindh Child Marriages Restraint Bill, 2013, on Monday which prohibits…

Govt owes Rs 255mn to ad agencies

ISLAMABAD: Minister for Information and Broadcasting Pervaiz Rashid has said different ministries, divisions and government department are defaulter of various advertising agencies of more than Rs 255 million. Responding to…

10% increase likely in FATA schools’ enrolment rate

ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for States and Frontier Regions Abdul Qadir Baloch has said the government is taking several steps to increase the enrolment of children in schools of the Federally Administered Areas (FATA).  Responding to a question raised…

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