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Pakistan Reduces Militant Access to SIM Cards

Terrorists and other criminals in Pakistan are finding it difficult to acquire subscriber identification module (SIM) cards, officials say. Call centres, franchises and authorised dealers are now required to have every customer scan his or her ... Cellular-News, 1 week ago

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Cybercrime: 'Illegal' SIMs seller gets six years in prison

PESHAWAR: A court on Thursday convicted an accused for involvement in the illegal activation of Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) cards on fake identities. The Federal Investigative Agency (FIA) had arrested accused Noorul Haq for selling SIM cards ...
 DAWN Group1 week ago Illegal SIMs seller gets six years in prison  Pakistan Today1 week ago Seller of Illegally activated mobile SIMs gets 6-yr imprisonment  Frontier Post1 week ago
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'My Contract With Nigerian Lawyers'

the Nigerian Bar Association elected its national officers at a delegates' conference in Abuja. Mr. Augustine Alegeh SAN emerged as president and he was subsequently sworn in at the association's annual general conference in Owerri on August 29. In ...
 Individual.com3 weeks ago My Contract with Nigerian Lawyers  This Day Online3 weeks ago
Weekly Voice

Air India to use biometric attendance system

In a bid to ensure timely and regular attendance of its employees national carrier Air India Thursday said that it will install a biometric attendance system. According to a senior official at the airline, the new system will ensure the identity ...
 Mumbai News.Net1 month ago

Microfinance landscape: Opening an account within a minute

Tameer Bank CEO says biomet­ric identi­ficati­on to make proces­s easier. Tameer Bank CEO says biometric identification to make process easier. ILLUSTRATION: JAMAL KHURSHID KARACHI: If one is to take the CEO of Pakistan's largest ...
 The Express Tribune1 week ago

Native Christians converted by state policy

Related Stories By , Malaysiakini When Juinah binti Paulus, a native Christian, went to the National Registration Department (NRD) to get her new identity card, the NRD changed her religious identity to Islam without her knowledge nor consent. This ...
 Herald Malaysia Online1 month ago

Flood victims sent back as aid runs out

MUZAFFARGARH The flood victims who were living in relief camps had been sent to their hometowns on Thursday with each family accompanying with three food hampers and a tent. District Coordination Officer Hafiz Shaukat Ali said about 23,000 flood ...
 Oman Tribune2 days ago Victims sent to hometowns as flood budget ends  DAWN Group3 days ago

Pak Election Commission rejects rigging charges in 2013 elections

The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has rejected all charges of rigging in the General Election 2013 saying that the polls were fair. Additional Director General of ECP Masood Malik said that no rigging had taken place in the elections and ...
 NewKerala.com4 days ago Private experts hired to print numbers on ballots: ECP  The Nation Pakistan4 days ago ECP rejects allegations about ballot paper, ink  DAWN Group5 days ago ECP dispels rigging allegations in 2013 polls  DAWN Group5 days ago

Highest rooftop restaurant's tenancy bid

LAHORE - Open auction of tenancy rights of highest rooftop restaurant in the city, built on the 10th floor of Park N Ride Plaza in Liberty Market, will be held on Thursday at 10:00 am at LDA Community Centre in New Muslim Town. Tenancy rights of ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 week ago
The Express Tribune

Risks and vulnerabilities: Govt urged to take concrete steps to build resilience, rehabilitate IDPs

Pakistan's Gender development index rank is also among the lowest in the world. PHOTO: FILE ISLAMABAD: The government needs to commit to the universal obligation of provision of basic social services and security benefits to citizens to build ...
 The Express Tribune1 week ago
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