Tag Archives: Moves

Shabbir Iqbal moves up front

Shabbir Iqbal, the top ranked professional golfer of the country, now contesting in the three-round 1st Sayid Paper Open Golf Tournament at the Defence Raya Golf Course, revelled in the second round

EPA moves summary to ban polythene bags

The Environment Protection Agency (EPA) has moved a summary to the Capital Administration and Development Division (CAAD) to ban the manufacturing and non-degradable polythene bags, the use of which is flourishing in

US moves worry Pakistan

Tensions continued to dog Pakistan-US relations despite a US Congress panel’s rejection of a proposal to cut off all aid to Pakistan on Thursday, as Islamabad lodged a strong protest with Washington

Qarshi moves ahead with ‘On Wheels’ plan

In line with vision of Qarshi Industries (Pvt.) Ltd. for 2020, the company is entering the next phase of organisational and human resource development. Having achieved high sales growth in financial year

UN moves to ease Libya sanctions

Fearing an acute shortage of medical and other essential supplies, Libya’s rival factions are in talks with the United Nations to ease international sanctions on the war-torn nation, AFP has learned. Well-placed

Kaneria moves SHC against PCB

Test Cricketer Danish Kaneria Saturday filed a petition at Sindh High Court (SHC) against Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for neglecting him against no reason. Barrister Farogh Naseem submitted the petition on Kaneria’s

Awan moves SC against Sanaullah

Former federal law minister Dr Babar Awan has filed an application in the Supreme Court on Monday seeking the constitution of a judicial commission to examine the statement against him by Punjab

Health ministry moves summary to start evening classes for doctors

ISLAMABAD – Learning its lesson from the young doctors’ strike and on the special directive of the presidency, the Ministry of Health has moved a summary to the prime minister office for starting evening classes in all medical colleges to raise the number doctors.
Officials from the health ministry said this here at the meeting of National Assembly Standing Committee on Health on Thursday. Secretary Incharge Health Nargis Sethi while briefing the meeting said that in first phase

Pakistan-Turkey train project moves forward

KARACHI – The proposed Gul Train between Islamabad and Turkey, named after the Turkish president, moved a step forward as a Turkish delegation led by Professor Dr Guven Sak, Head of Economic Policy Research Foundation of Turkey called on President Asif Ali Zardari and said that the pre-feasibility study of the project would be completed ahead of President Zardari’s forthcoming visit to Turkey in April. Turkish Ambassador in Islamabad Mustafa Babur Hizlan was also present in the

Health Ministry moves against spurious drugs

ISLAMABAD – On the directives of National Assembly Standing Committee on Health, Ministry of Health here on Friday conducted a crackdown against spurious drugs and cancelled registration of 283 drugs and rejected application for 17 others.
A decision to this effect was taken in the 230th meeting of the ministry’s Drugs Registration Board a few days back. These drugs were found either substandard, adulterated or not in conformity with the Drugs Act 1976.
Last month, the

Criticism of apex court verdict – HRCSA moves SC seeking PPP Sindh MPAs’ disqualification

KARACHI – The Human Rights Commission for South Asia (HRCSA) on Monday moved a petition in the Supreme Court (SC) of Pakistan, Karachi registry seeking disqualification of the PPP’s Sindh Assembly members, who are involved in protesting and criticising the SC’s order that set aside the notification for the appointment of the NAB chairman. The petition was filed by HRCSA representative Syed Mehmood Akhtar Naqvi under Article 184(3) of the Constitution of Pakistan, pleading that the