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Malik Muhammad Ashraf

Check and balance

Who is usurping whose role? It hardly needs to be emphasized that in the countries that have written constitutions— delineating powers between the state pillars i.e., executive, parliament and judiciary— peace, tranquility

PEMRA’s check on unethical ads hailed

Health experts and medical institutions have appreciated the government’s decision to check unethical health-related commercials on television channels. Pakistan Electronic Media and Regulatory Authority (PEMRA), on the special directive of the prime

No check on fake currency circulation in Kasur

KASUR – There is no visible letup in the complaints of the public regarding counterfeit currency notes in Kasur district. Even the authorities concerned, especially police and other law-enforcing agencies, seem helpless to curb the menace.
When incidents regarding the circulation of fake currency notes appear in the media, the people are advised to get machines to check currency notes before receiving them. But the trouble is that buying such machines is not possible for every

FESCO introducing device to check transformers’ theft

FAISALABAD – Faisalabad Electric Supply Company (FESCO) has announced to introduce a state-of-the-art anti-theft device called Global Positioning System (GPS) Technology to check the theft of its installations, including transformers and wires.
The decision was taken following a growing number of thefts in which transformers and wires worth millions of rupees were stolen by unscrupulous elements. Addressing 77th meeting of FESCO’s Board of Directors, Chairman Nadeem Aftab Sindhu

No check on illegal madrassas in Islamabad

ISLAMABAD – Illegal madrassas continue to mushroom in the federal capital right under the administration’s nose with the bosses blaming each other for not taking an initiative to stop the growth which might threaten the civic life on the pattern of Lal Masjid if not checked in time.
The Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) administration, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) and the Auqaf Department have not put their heads together to make a law to regulate the construction of