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Sindh govt tightens its control over funds for civic bodies

KARACHI: The provincial government has directed Karachi Metropolitan Corporation (KMC) and all District Municipal Corporations (DMCs) that it is prerequisite for them to submit a written demand for funds in future. This decision has been taken by the government of Sindh under the new setup of Financial Control of Funds. …

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‘Agricultural & Textile Exhibition’ launched

Dependence on agriculture

The University of Agriculture Faisalabad has launched Agricultural & Textile Exhibition as part of its ongoing six-day Rabi festival that will continue till November 7. The exhibition was inaugurated by Vice Chancellor Professor Drf Iqrar Ahmad Khan who was flanked by all deans and directors. The exhibition was having more …

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2,609 registered under Kissan Package

Dependence on agriculture

HAFIZABAD – As many as 2,609 growers owning up to 12. 5 acres of land have been registered under the government’s Kissan Package worth Rs100 billion for providing them with interest-free loans. Under this package, the government would provide agriculture loans of Rs100 billion to 500,000 small farmers in the …

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Pak candidate calls for reinvigorating WHO

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s candidate for the director general World Health Organization (WHO) Dr Sania Nishtar presented her vision and plan for the organization at a forum hosted by the Chatham House, the Royal Institute of International Affairs in London. Sania is contending for the slot of director general WHO with other …

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People drinking toxic water, says Aijaz Shah

SINDH GOVT WORKING TO IMPROVE WATER SUPPLY, SANITATION SYSTEM

BADIN: Aijaz Shah has said that people of Badin are using toxin water for drinking as the drainage of many cities and towns is being flowed into the supply canals of drinking water. Aijaz Shah was addressing the participants of a ceremony of a project titled “Enhancing Water and Sanitation …

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‘You’re on your own’, finance ministry tells bondholders

Investors might want to think twice before lending money to one of China’s state-linked enterprises. That’s because the Ministry of Finance has at last pulled the plug on “implicit guarantees” for the massive pile of debt racked up by entities associated with regional governments. “The debt of local-government owned enterprises …

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Key proposal for combating smog ignored

LAHORE: A committee tasked with suggesting ways to control air pollution in Punjab has put to test the federal and provincial governments’ seriousness on the matter by proposing that industrial units allegedly contributing heavily to the problem be closed temporarily, according to sources. The committee was set up by Chief …

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