No accused can be arrested from courts’ premises: IHC

ISLAMABAD, Feb 12 (APP):The Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Monday said that no accused could be arrested from the premises of high court and lower courts, and barred the authorities from this act. Justice Arbab Muhammad Tahir heard the case pertaining to the arrest of a woman by the capital’s police from the court’s premises.… Continue reading No accused can be arrested from courts’ premises: IHC

Covid19 Guidelines – Instructions and SoPs; NCOC

The National Command and Operation Centre for Covid-19 has issued the following guidelines which are to be strictly observed during the Eid-ul-Fitr to minimise interaction amongst the people and to contain the spread of the deadly coronavirus pandemic. Under the new strategy under the Stay Home Stay Safe banner there will holidays from May 8… Continue reading Covid19 Guidelines – Instructions and SoPs; NCOC

Railways asks govt departments to pay outstanding dues

ISLAMABAD, Apr 12 (APP):Ministry of Railways has approached the federal and provincial departments to recover outstanding billion of rupees dues on account of using its land and other services. Around Rs8375million are payable by the different departments on account of using its different services as soon as possible, an official in the Ministry told APP.… Continue reading Railways asks govt departments to pay outstanding dues

PR takes steps to recover Rs8375 million from various departments

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ISLAMABAD, Mar 16 (APP): Pakistan Railways (PR) was making all out efforts to recover the outstanding amount of Rs8375million payable by the departments of the federal and provincial governments on account of using its different services. The federal departments had to pay an amount of Rs709.084 million, provincial departments Rs1980.217 million and autonomous and private… Continue reading PR takes steps to recover Rs8375 million from various departments

Implementation of precautionary measure will help to stop 2nd wave of Covid-19: SAPM Health

ISLAMABAD, Nov 3 (APP):Special Assistant to the Prime Minister for National Health Services, Regulation & Coordination Dr Faisal Sultan said on Tuesday that only implementation of precautionary measures will help to stop the second wave of Covid-19. Talking to a private news channel, he said people should to follow standard operating procedures (SOPs) regarding Corona… Continue reading Implementation of precautionary measure will help to stop 2nd wave of Covid-19: SAPM Health

Cabinet concerned over rising coronavirus cases; asks people to strictly follow SoPs

PM chairs cabinet meeting

ISLAMABAD, Oct 20 (APP): The federal cabinet Tuesday expressed serious concern over increase of coronavirus cases in the country and asked the people to take necessary precautions against the expected second wave. The meeting chaired by Prime Minister Imran Khan was informed about the rise in number of new cases in the current month as… Continue reading Cabinet concerned over rising coronavirus cases; asks people to strictly follow SoPs

NCOC issues fresh COVID-19 guidelines about public gatherings

ISLAMABAD, Oct 13 (APP):The National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) Monday issued fresh guidelines related to all types of public gatherings keeping in view the prevalence of COVID-19 and its potential to spread. According to the NCOC, the corona prevention guidelines on public gatherings less marriages and sports had been prepared with input from the… Continue reading NCOC issues fresh COVID-19 guidelines about public gatherings

Govt to get tough on violators of anti-COVID SOPs: PM warns

ISLAMABAD, Jun 11 (APP):Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday said having witnessed the people ignoring the anti-COVID-19 standard operating procedures (SOPs), the government would get tough on the violators and warned of sealing all such premises leading to spread of the deadly coronavirus. Govt to get tough on violators of anti-COVID SOPs: PM warns#APPNews #Covid_19… Continue reading Govt to get tough on violators of anti-COVID SOPs: PM warns

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