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Profile of Mir Quasem

Though his crimes have finally caught up with him, war criminal Mir Quasem Ali in the last four decades was able to establish himself as a top businessman and entrepreneur in Bangladesh. He emerged as one of the leading business tycoons of the ... Bangladesh Daily Star, 1 month ago
The Express Tribune

Making waves in the digital age

Indust­ry heavyw­eights talk viabil­ity of online releas­e of conten­t via local music applic­ations­ Omran Shafique, Anas Alam, Ahsan Bari joined Gumby and treated the crowd to a free-style jam ahead of the session. PHOTOS: AYESHA ...
 The Express Tribune2 weeks ago
Pakistan Observer

NAVAL CHIEF CONFERRED MILITARY AWARDS TO PAKISTAN NAVY PERSONNEL

Home » Karachi KARACHI: Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Mohammad Zakaullah conferred military awards on Pakistan Navy Officers, CPOs/POs and Sailors during an impressive Investiture Ceremony held today at Bahria Auditorium. The recipients of ...
 Pakistan Press International3 weeks ago Naval Chief confers Military Awards to Pakistan Navy Personnel  Pakistan Press International3 weeks ago Admiral Zakaullah confers mily awards on Navy personnel  Pakistan Observer4 weeks ago Military awards conferred on naval officers  Business Recorder4 weeks ago
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Bangladesh Daily Star

Contempt of Court : SC fines two ministers

Bangla Mirror Desk : 28 March, 2016 The Supreme Court on Sunday convicted Food Minister Qamrul Islam and Liberation War Affairs Minister AKM Mozammel Huq of the contempt of court and fined them Tk 50,000 each. A full bench of the ...
 Bangla Mirror1 month ago Two ministers fined for contempt  Bangladesh Daily Star1 month ago Two Bangladesh Ministers fined for contempt  The Hindu1 month ago

Sindh to procure 1.1m metric tonne wheat this year: minister : March 20, 2016, 5:13 am

MIRPURKHAS: Sindh Food Minister Syed Nasir Hussain Shah said on Saturday that wheat procurement target for the province was set at 1.1 million metric tonnes for the current year, with an increase of 0.2 million metric tonnes compared to the previous ...
 Daily Times1 month ago Wheat procurement target for current year fixed at 1.1m: minister  Pakistan Today1 month ago
Pakistan Today

Date for VTCS, tax returns extended up to March 15

Home Economy Watch Date for VTCS, tax returns extended up to March 15 Like Islamabad—Minister for Finance, Revenues and Economic Affairs, Mohammad Ishaq Dar on Monday announced extension of date for Voluntary Tax Compliance Scheme (VTCS) ...
 Pakistan Observer1 month ago Non-filers to pay 0.4 per cent WHT on banking transactions from today  Pakistan Today1 month ago Govt extends date for VTCS, filing tax returns up to March 15  SAMAA TV1 month ago

Country's first cadet college for girls to start classes in September

NAWABSHAH: The academic session of first girls cadet college of the country 'Bakhtawar Cadet College for Girls' would commence classes from September. The names for the principal and admin officers have already been finalised. Pakistan Air Force ...
 Daily Times2 months ago

Rana Zia elected LHCBA president

LAHORE/Rawalpindi - Rana Zia Abdur-ur-Rehman of Hamid Khan's Professional group has been elected the new president of the Lahore High Court Bar Association for year 2016. Zia bagged 4,279 votes while his rival candidate Ramzan Chaudhary of Asma ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 months ago
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