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Sunday, December 29, 2013

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Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Kohat-Pindi special train service

SLAMABAD, June 24: Railway Minister Khawaja Saad Rafiq on Monday ordered for the launch of a special passenger train service between Kohat and Rawalpindi, which would function for thirty days starting Tuesday.
According to the spokesperson for the ministry, the minister took the decision to save the additional road travel of 160km and keeping in view the under-construction bridge at Khushalgarh.
The general manager (operations) of Pakistan Railways had informed the minister about the viability of the Kohat-Rawalpindi rail service, which had been abandoned in the past due to shortage of locomotives

Source:
http://x.dawn.com/2013/06/25/kohat-pindi-special-train-service/


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PML-N leader wants oil refinery in Karak

KARAK: Former minister and leader of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Farid Toofan on Monday said that his party would play a role in establishing the oil refinery in Karak to ensure rights of its residents.

Talking to reporters here, he said the establishment of the refinery in Kohat district was a conspiracy against representatives recently elected from Karak. However, he said his party supporters would foil this conspiracy.


“The lawmakers must raise voice on the floors of their respective assemblies to foil the bid for establishing oil refinery in Kohat,” Toofan asked legislators. He warned if the government did not reverse the decision, then the people of the Khattak tribe would be left with no option but to take to the streets.

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http://www.thenews.com.pk/Todays-News-7-185837-PML-N-leader-wants-oil-refinery-in-Karak


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Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Shakardara Demand

BASIC FACILITIES: The Kohat division commissioner has asked the Oil and Gas Development Company to provide basic amenities of life to the people of Shakardarra area under an agreement.
Speaking at a meeting by OGDC officials on Tuesday, Jalal ud Din said Shakardarra needed attention in welfare projects as the company had been pumping huge quantity of oil and gas from the area for years. He asked the officials to solve the longstanding problem of water shortage, construct roads and compensate farmers for damages.
He said the people of Shakardarra had been demanding end to the ‘exploitation’ by the OGDCL and provision of basic facilities under the ‘water for oil’ agreement. “They have also been demanding jobs for their unemployed youth, health facilities and schools,” said the commissioner.
He said the local people had been fetching water from the Indus River which is miles away from Shakardarra. He said water supply schemes were lying dysfunctional due to low electricity voltage.



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Kohat University Increase Semester Fee

KOHAT, June 18: The University of Science and Technology, Kohat, has increased the semester fee by Rs4,000, prompting the students to announce a protest sit-in outside the governor house on Thursday.
Moreover, the university administration asked the students, who had boycotted papers of the last semester to deposit Rs10,000 for each subject.
However, the students have strongly opposed the increase in fee, saying most of them belong to poor families and therefore, cannot afford to pay high fee.
Recently, the university introduced a fifth semester for the students who got lower grades in the regular four semesters. It fixed Rs7,000 for each paper in the new semester, provoking the students to boycott examinations.

Source :http://x.dawn.com/2013/06/19/kohat-varsity-increases-semester-fee/



Monday, June 17, 2013

Analysis: In Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa budget, PTI lays out a strong start



KARACHI: 
Finance Minister Sirajul Haq may have delivered the address, but the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa budget had Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf economic wizard Asad Umar’s fingerprints all over it. The message from the PTI appears to be clear: they meant it when they said they planned to focus on governance.
Budgets in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa have historically been a litany of complaints against the federal government, followed by a recitation of numbers that, frequently, even the provincial finance ministers found tedious, boring and difficult to understand. Not this time: the PTI-led Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa government delivered their first governing document and made sure to lay out their strategy for the development of the province and connect it to their spending decisions, as laid out in the numbers.
When the numbers were first revealed, it immediately became clear why the PTI was unwilling to share the education portfolio with its coalition partner, the Jamaat-e-Islami. Education has the lion’s share of the provincial budget, about 30% of total spending. The Rs102 billion that Peshawar will be spending on education is substantially higher than last year, though the increase appears especially exaggerated due to an accounting change brought about by the new administration. Salaries of public school teachers were previously counted as part of the “general public service” budget and have now been counted as part of the education budget.
Public safety gets the second-highest allocation, at nearly Rs38 billion, no surprise in a province that has faced the onslaught of a brutal militant insurgency. The third highest allocation went to healthcare, just over Rs29 billion.
The PTI-led administration’s budget is a sharp contrast to the money bills presented by their predecessors, the Awami National Party, which had a tendency to try to blame all the ills of the province on a lack of federal cooperation. The PTI’s budget, by contrast, appears to mostly ignore the aspects that the provincial government cannot control – militancy, the tribal areas, etc – and chooses to focus on service delivery in areas that are directly under its jurisdiction: education, health, infrastructure, etc.
So, for instance, the provincial government nearly doubled the budgeted amount for urban and regional infrastructure, including drinking water and sanitation infrastructure, to Rs26 billion. Much of this spending will be financed with the assistance of foreign donors, who have allocated a total of Rs35 billion for aid to Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa.
On the revenue side, however, the provincial budget remains disappointing. There has been little increase in what Peshawar expects it can collect in revenues on its own. The province’s own revenue-generating activities (aside from hydroelectric power) account for just 4.4% of the total revenue available to the government. This, perhaps, should not come as a surprise, since tax policy was among the weakest segments in what was said to be an otherwise well-crafted manifesto.
The single biggest chunk comes in the form of various transfers from the federal government, which taken together account for about three-quarters of the budget. Profits from hydroelectric power generation, little of which is done by the provincial government itself, account for another 10%, with foreign aid accounting for the remainder of Peshawar’s financial resources.
Nonetheless, the 2014 budget document was also a major step forward in terms of transparency: the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa government provided an unprecedented level of detail in its figures, breaking out, for instance, how much it spends on government salaries versus how much goes towards other portions of its expenditure. It provided an exceedingly useful record of historical data, and it provided all of the numbers in an easy-to-use, and even easier-to-analyse Microsoft Excel files.
Whether all of these measures will translate into improved lives for the citizens of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa is an open question, but the effort appears to be significantly above what the province has lived with so far.
Published in The Express Tribune, June 18th, 2013.

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Dear Business owners.

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We are whole seller of 3 pcs boutique dresses with Grip Duppata and trouser/Chori Daar Pajama/Plazo and Indian Kurti Style with Patyal Shalwar. For business appointment or online meeting free to contact us on +92 333 962 4485

We deal in the following fashionable dresses.
Bridal Wear
Formal Wear/Semi Formal
Casual Wear
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+92 333 962 4485

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Wednesday, December 25, 2013

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Friday, November 8, 2013

Kohat ke namwar Khateeb Hazrat Molana M Rafiq Sahab

Saturday, September 14, 2013

Free Medicine from Hospital

اب غریب عوام کو بھی تازہ ہوا ک جھونکا محسوس ہو گا ، پی ٹی آئی ابنے منشور پہ عمل کرتے ہوئے لا رہی ہے صحت اور تعلیم میں انقلاب ، پی ٹی ائی کی حکومت کی طرف سے کوہاٹ کی عوام کو پہلا بڑا تھفہ مبارک ہو۔۔!! MPA ضیاءاللہ بنگش کی کوششوں کو خراجِ تحسین شاباش پی ٹی آئی 


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Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Kohat-Pindi special train service

SLAMABAD, June 24: Railway Minister Khawaja Saad Rafiq on Monday ordered for the launch of a special passenger train service between Kohat and Rawalpindi, which would function for thirty days starting Tuesday.
According to the spokesperson for the ministry, the minister took the decision to save the additional road travel of 160km and keeping in view the under-construction bridge at Khushalgarh.
The general manager (operations) of Pakistan Railways had informed the minister about the viability of the Kohat-Rawalpindi rail service, which had been abandoned in the past due to shortage of locomotives

Source:
http://x.dawn.com/2013/06/25/kohat-pindi-special-train-service/


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PML-N leader wants oil refinery in Karak

KARAK: Former minister and leader of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Farid Toofan on Monday said that his party would play a role in establishing the oil refinery in Karak to ensure rights of its residents.

Talking to reporters here, he said the establishment of the refinery in Kohat district was a conspiracy against representatives recently elected from Karak. However, he said his party supporters would foil this conspiracy.


“The lawmakers must raise voice on the floors of their respective assemblies to foil the bid for establishing oil refinery in Kohat,” Toofan asked legislators. He warned if the government did not reverse the decision, then the people of the Khattak tribe would be left with no option but to take to the streets.

Source link:

http://www.thenews.com.pk/Todays-News-7-185837-PML-N-leader-wants-oil-refinery-in-Karak


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Friday, June 21, 2013

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Wednesday, June 19, 2013

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Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Shakardara Demand

BASIC FACILITIES: The Kohat division commissioner has asked the Oil and Gas Development Company to provide basic amenities of life to the people of Shakardarra area under an agreement.
Speaking at a meeting by OGDC officials on Tuesday, Jalal ud Din said Shakardarra needed attention in welfare projects as the company had been pumping huge quantity of oil and gas from the area for years. He asked the officials to solve the longstanding problem of water shortage, construct roads and compensate farmers for damages.
He said the people of Shakardarra had been demanding end to the ‘exploitation’ by the OGDCL and provision of basic facilities under the ‘water for oil’ agreement. “They have also been demanding jobs for their unemployed youth, health facilities and schools,” said the commissioner.
He said the local people had been fetching water from the Indus River which is miles away from Shakardarra. He said water supply schemes were lying dysfunctional due to low electricity voltage.



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Kohat University Increase Semester Fee

KOHAT, June 18: The University of Science and Technology, Kohat, has increased the semester fee by Rs4,000, prompting the students to announce a protest sit-in outside the governor house on Thursday.
Moreover, the university administration asked the students, who had boycotted papers of the last semester to deposit Rs10,000 for each subject.
However, the students have strongly opposed the increase in fee, saying most of them belong to poor families and therefore, cannot afford to pay high fee.
Recently, the university introduced a fifth semester for the students who got lower grades in the regular four semesters. It fixed Rs7,000 for each paper in the new semester, provoking the students to boycott examinations.

Source :http://x.dawn.com/2013/06/19/kohat-varsity-increases-semester-fee/



Monday, June 17, 2013

Analysis: In Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa budget, PTI lays out a strong start



KARACHI: 
Finance Minister Sirajul Haq may have delivered the address, but the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa budget had Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf economic wizard Asad Umar’s fingerprints all over it. The message from the PTI appears to be clear: they meant it when they said they planned to focus on governance.
Budgets in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa have historically been a litany of complaints against the federal government, followed by a recitation of numbers that, frequently, even the provincial finance ministers found tedious, boring and difficult to understand. Not this time: the PTI-led Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa government delivered their first governing document and made sure to lay out their strategy for the development of the province and connect it to their spending decisions, as laid out in the numbers.
When the numbers were first revealed, it immediately became clear why the PTI was unwilling to share the education portfolio with its coalition partner, the Jamaat-e-Islami. Education has the lion’s share of the provincial budget, about 30% of total spending. The Rs102 billion that Peshawar will be spending on education is substantially higher than last year, though the increase appears especially exaggerated due to an accounting change brought about by the new administration. Salaries of public school teachers were previously counted as part of the “general public service” budget and have now been counted as part of the education budget.
Public safety gets the second-highest allocation, at nearly Rs38 billion, no surprise in a province that has faced the onslaught of a brutal militant insurgency. The third highest allocation went to healthcare, just over Rs29 billion.
The PTI-led administration’s budget is a sharp contrast to the money bills presented by their predecessors, the Awami National Party, which had a tendency to try to blame all the ills of the province on a lack of federal cooperation. The PTI’s budget, by contrast, appears to mostly ignore the aspects that the provincial government cannot control – militancy, the tribal areas, etc – and chooses to focus on service delivery in areas that are directly under its jurisdiction: education, health, infrastructure, etc.
So, for instance, the provincial government nearly doubled the budgeted amount for urban and regional infrastructure, including drinking water and sanitation infrastructure, to Rs26 billion. Much of this spending will be financed with the assistance of foreign donors, who have allocated a total of Rs35 billion for aid to Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa.
On the revenue side, however, the provincial budget remains disappointing. There has been little increase in what Peshawar expects it can collect in revenues on its own. The province’s own revenue-generating activities (aside from hydroelectric power) account for just 4.4% of the total revenue available to the government. This, perhaps, should not come as a surprise, since tax policy was among the weakest segments in what was said to be an otherwise well-crafted manifesto.
The single biggest chunk comes in the form of various transfers from the federal government, which taken together account for about three-quarters of the budget. Profits from hydroelectric power generation, little of which is done by the provincial government itself, account for another 10%, with foreign aid accounting for the remainder of Peshawar’s financial resources.
Nonetheless, the 2014 budget document was also a major step forward in terms of transparency: the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa government provided an unprecedented level of detail in its figures, breaking out, for instance, how much it spends on government salaries versus how much goes towards other portions of its expenditure. It provided an exceedingly useful record of historical data, and it provided all of the numbers in an easy-to-use, and even easier-to-analyse Microsoft Excel files.
Whether all of these measures will translate into improved lives for the citizens of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa is an open question, but the effort appears to be significantly above what the province has lived with so far.
Published in The Express Tribune, June 18th, 2013.