New Reforms in Punjab Taxation Department Soon: Mumtaz

NEWS LINE:- FAISALABAD:- Excise minister Punjab Hafiz Mumtaz announced that PTI will introduce new reforms in Taxation department in Punjab, soon. Reforms are for the raise of services qualities and people will see positive change in near future. Hafiz Mumtaz said that he will hold open courts regularly to make the Excise Department complaint free. Furthermore, we will take innovative measures for prompt service delivery in department for the relief of the citizens. He listened the problems of the citizens during open court at local office of Excise Department. MPAs…

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Pakistani Experts may inspect two Indian Hydro Projects

NEWS LINE:- LAHORE:- India has agreed to get inspected of its two Indian hydro projects through Pakistani experts at end of next month. Indian delegate also assured Pakistan of taking up its objections seriously. India agree to resolve them amicably in the light of technical memorandums. Therefore, The two countries will prepare and exchange memorandums in next meeting, held in New Delhi. During the visit, Pakistani experts will minutely examine sites, construction in the light of provisions of Indus Water Treaty. Interestingly, India has refused to address Pakistan’s objection over…

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Patwary Sit in against Abusive Language of AC City

NEWS LINE:- FAISALABAD:- Patwary of Faisalabad sit in against abusive language of AC City Dr Anum here in front of her office just before some hours of Eid. Dr Anum denied but Patwaries emphasizing on their wording about abusive language. According to News Line Patwaries of City Circle of Faisalabad stage a demonstration against AC City Dr Anum. They sit in front of her office and raising slogans against her. Patwaries said that Dr Anum use abusive language as it’s her routine. The wording, she use, could not be bearable…

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IHC reserves judgment on Sharif family appeals

NEWS LINE:- ISLAMABAD:- Islamabad High Court (IHC) has reserved the judgment on the appeals of the Sharif family against conviction in Evenfield reference verdict. Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, his daughter Maryam Nawaz and son-in-law Captain Safdar had petitioned against the Evenfield verdict. Hence, all three sentenced to jail for 11, eight and one year respectively. Consequently, A two-member bench of the IHC reserved its judgement on their appeals. IHC Bench said that ‘a reasonable judgement will be passed’. IHC Bench was comprising of Justice Athar Minallah and Justice MianGul…

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Naqeeb Ullah Murder Case: Rao Anwar got Travel Relief

Naqeeb Ullah Murder Case

KARACHI (NEWSLINE ):- Anti-terrorism court (ATC) has allowed former Malir senior superintendent of police (SSP) Rao Anwar to go anywhere in the city to meet his relatives to spend Eidul Azha with them. Rao Anwar, along with over a dozen police subordinates, has been standing trial over charges of involvement in the murders Naqeebullah Mehsud. Three other citizens in a fake police encounter in Shah Latif Town in January this year. According to media reports, permission was granted to the suspended police officer on is request during a hearing on Saturday.…

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