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Imran Khans offer to re-hold elections in KP very 'courageous'...

LAHORE (Daily Dunya) Leader Pakistan Muslim League Quaid (PML-Q) Kamil Ali Agha said on Wednesday that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf's (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan's offer to conduct re-elections is a courageous move. He said that if federal government ... Dunya News, 1 month ago

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Senate body asks govt to implement media's code in 10 days

Discussing the status of electronic media's code of conduct under the chairmanship of Kamil Ali Agha, Senate Standing Committee on Information, Broadcasting and National Heritage (IB&NH) on Tuesday asked the Information Ministry to take steps for ...
 Pakistan Today3 weeks ago
DAWN Group

Right to Information Bill to be presented in next cabinet meeting, Senate told

ISLAMABAD: The government on Friday assured a Senate standing committee that the Right to Information Bill 2014 (RTI) would be presented for approval before the federal cabinet in its next meeting. During a meeting of the Senate Standing Committee ...
 DAWN Group2 days ago RTI Bill to be presented in next cabinet meeting, Senate told  Pakistan Today2 days ago
DAWN Group

Senate committee turns down draft Credit Bureau Bill

ISLAMABAD: The Senate Standing Committee on Finance and Revenue turned down on Thursday the draft Credit Bureau Bill, 2015, ordered a probe into a botched attempt for the sale of Heavy Electrical Complex and summoned the National Accountability ...
 DAWN Group3 days ago Body formed to probe HEC privatisation  The Nation Pakistan3 days ago CIB bill: SBP governor objects to amendment  Business Recorder3 days ago Special Senate committee formed to monitor CPEC  Dunya News2 weeks ago
DAWN Group

SBP report sought on banks bias in extending loans

ISLAMABAD: A Senate committee has sought a report from the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) on discriminatory treatment of parliamentarians, media personnel and others by banks and rejected a draft bill for regulation of credit bureaus for being against ...
 DAWN Group1 week ago SBP report sought on banks' 'bias' in extending loans  Financial Daily1 week ago
The Express Tribune

Hyderabad and Sukkur: Minus losses, Sindh wants control over power entities

The K-Electric was buying 650MW electricity at a rate of Rs1.50 per unit from the federal government and selling it at higher rates. PHOTO: FILE ISLAMABAD: Amid calls to nationalise K-Electric after its inability to meet Karachi's bulging ...
 The Express Tribune1 week ago K ELECTRIC : Hyderabad and Sukkur: Minus losses, Sindh wants control over power entities  4 Traders1 week ago
DAWN Group

Govt rules out transfer of power companies to provinces

ISLAMABAD: Expecting to get $5 billion in a year from the sale of state assets, the government said on Wednesday that conditional transfer of power distribution companies to provinces, particularly Sindh, was not acceptable. At the same time ...
 DAWN Group1 week ago

In-service deaths: Prime Minister's Package for families of late government employees held in abeyance

June 25, 2015 Senate Standing Committee on Finance was informed that Prime Minister's Package for families of Shuhada (government employees who died during service) has been held in abeyance due to its financial implications. An official of ...
 Business Recorder1 week ago
The Express Tribune

Under scanner: Senators grill CADD over hospital mismanagement

Pims says does not have team, funds to operate liver transplant machine. PHOTO: FILE ISLAMABAD: Senators on Tuesday questioned the Capital Administration and Development Division (CADD) for alleged availability of spurious drugs and unhygienic ...
 The Express Tribune1 week ago
The Nation Pakistan

Have parliamentary committees lost purpose?

ISLAMABAD - The committee system in country's parliament has seemingly failed to yield as much as expected because the recommendations of parliamentary bodies are rarely implemented by the executive due to different reasons. The parliamentary ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 month ago
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