Tag: Farewell

FBR bids farewell to former DG

LAHORE - Directorate of Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) Training and Research (Inland Revenue) arranged a function, the other day, to bid farewell to its first Director General Abdul Wadood Khan.
Wadood Khan headed the Directorate of Training and Research for over a year and retired on February 02, 2011. He was replaced by another senior FBR officer Shahid Nasim. Speaking on this occasion, Abdul Wadood Khan said that his stay at DOT was immensely pleasant as he got a chance to be

PIEDMC departing CEO bids farewell to CM

LAHORE - Punjab Industrial Estate Development and Management Company outgoing Chief Executive Officer Gen (r) Tariq Javed had a farewell meeting with Punjab Chief Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif. The chief minister lauded the outgoing CEO's performance and in recognition of his work presented him with a momento from the provincial government.
Tariq Javed resigned from his post on medical reasons in November 2010. During his one year at the CEO office, in addition to optimizing

ICS bids farewell to Dr Mughees

Lahore - A seminar was organised at the Punjab University Institute of Communication Studies to bid farewell to the PU Dean Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences Prof Dr Mughees-uddin Sheikh, on Thursday. ICS Director Prof Dr Ahsan Akhtar Naz said that ICS and Dr Mughees were 'indispensable and correlative'.
Dr Amjad Islam Amjad, the chief guest, told the audience that Dr Mughees was a hard working and selfless man.
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A final happy farewell?

LAHORE: Lahore High Court Chief Justice Khawaja Muhammad Sharif has recommended and sanctioned the payment of a grant of Rs 2 million for the Lahore Bar and Rs 3 million for the members who suffered injuries and humiliation at the hands of police during the crackdown on the Aiwan I Adl on October 1st.
The Rs 5 million grant to the Lahore Bar and its injured members comes as a last effort by the Chief Justice, retiring on December 8 (tomorrow) to extend a friendly gesture to the

Farewell planned for Makhaya after he retires

JOHANNESBURG: South Africa fast bowler Makhaya Ntini officially announced his retirement from international cricket Tuesday although he will represent his country one more time.
Cricket South Africa (CSA) chief executive Gerald Majola announced that the best black bowler produced by the nation would wear the green and gold in a January 9 Twenty20 clash against India in Durban.
"We cannot let a great player like Makhaya say goodbye off the field so we have told the