Toyota offers the option for a full refund along with the interest amount.
“Last year, 50pc licence renewal fee cost us Rs44.5bn, and this year, just 10pc installment alone costs over Rs13bn,” says Jazz CEO.
Syed Aminul Haq reveals ECP will need at least four month to carry out the delimitations.
ISLAMABAD: Wikipedia’s downloading speed slowed down on Wednesday after the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority...
Officers say they will observe pen-down strike from Feb 6 over "discrimination in grant of the executive allowance".
ISLAMABAD: The federal government employees have decided to hold a protest gathering in front of the finance ...
“Sevak - The Confessions” moves the audience through a seamless journey of events taking place since 1984 in the Indian state of Punjab.
Reports shared on social media say prices of petrol and diesel are expected to go up by anywhere between Rs45 to Rs80 on Feb 1.
The state minister will lead Pakistan’s delegation to the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva on Jan 30.
ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists (PFUJ) has chalked out a plan to hold...
"Mobile manufacturers want support from the government to enhance the exports," says PMPMA representative.
“Our teams have been working in war conditions since morning, but there are some technical limitations because the generators needed rest too," says telecom official.
Authority asks youth to beware of ‘fake news’, ‘anti-state content’, ‘online grooming’.
“If the international trade is stopped the economic situation will worsen,” PSAA says.
Ask finance minister to take all political parties into confidence over decisions.
ISLAMABAD: A ses-sions court on Wednesday granted bail to journalist Shahid Aslam in data leak case. Shahid Aslam of Bol News
Seeking an Iranian visa is a must for pilgrims to avoid issues in obtaining a third country’s visa on arrival, says religious affairs ministry.
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) has successfully inducted its first graduate trainee through...
Says limit set for letters of credit for the telecom sector is insufficient.
"The commission will hold ex parte proceedings and announce its verdict if the PTI leaders skip the next hearing," says ECP member.