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The Committee expressed dissatisfaction over the violation of service rules for filling the vacant posts in Pakistan Post

The Committee expressed dissatisfaction over the violation of service rules for filling the vacant posts in Pakistan Post

NA BODY TOOK SERIOUS NOTICE OF IRREGULARITIES COMMITTED WHILE FILLING THE VACANT POSTS OF LOWER STAFF IN PAKISTAN POST Islamabad: (Asghar Ali Mubarak) The Committee expressed dissatisfaction over the violation of service rules for filling the vacant posts in Pakistan Post. The Committee was of the view that irregularities have been observed in the procedure […]

Road Safety law and rules may be revised, Standing Committee

Road Safety law and rules may be revised, Standing Committee

NTRC is directed to furnish its research about road safety. Islamabad(Imran Shah) The laws and rules about road safety may be revised and a briefing of the same may be given in the next meeting. These directions were issued by the Standing Committee on Communications in its meeting held today in National Transport Research Centre […]

Cricket ready for new set of rules

Cricket ready for new set of rules

Cricket ready for new set of rules Bat size rule introduced to assure balance between bat and ball. PHOTO: AFP LONDON: Cricket’s law-makers are to limit bat-sizes and introduce sendings-off among a new batch of rules which will take effect this year, they said. Bats will be measured with a “bat gauge” to make sure they […]

South Korea to strengthen battery safety rules after Note 7 fires

South Korea to strengthen battery safety rules after Note 7 fires

SEOUL (Reuters) – South Korea said on Monday it will strengthen lithium-ion battery safety requirementsand conduct regular inspections to avoid repeats of fires which forced Samsung Electronics Co Ltd to withdraw its premium Galaxy Note 7 handset. Manufacturers of lithium-ion batteries, commonly used in portable devices, would be subjected to greater oversight and regular inspections, […]

Britain’s Supreme Court rules against PM Theresa May’s Brexit plans

Britain’s Supreme Court rules against PM Theresa May’s Brexit plans

LONDON: The UK Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that Prime Minister Theresa May must get parliament’s approval before she begins Britain’s formal exit from the European Union. The UK’s highest judicial body dismissed the government’s argument that May could simply use executive powers known as “royal prerogative” to invoke Article 50 of the EU’s Lisbon Treaty […]