A colourful prize distribution ceremony was held at Saeed Al-flah Literacy Centre, Karachi.
Speaking on the occasion, Ms. Shamim Saeed, head of the Saeed Al-Falah Centre, Karachi said that this institution has been providing free education to the poor and needy children of the area and besides education the institution also provided the uniforms, books and school bags free to the students.
The growth in exports should be correlated with the growth in industrial activities and investment, as it is notable that handsome growth targets have been achieved in those countries where industrial production and investment have been parallel increased. This was stated by Abdul Rahim Janoo, Acting President FPCCI in a statement on new trade policy for the year 2015-16.
‘Pakistan can be made safe and secure only by strengthening its ideological and cultural boundaries and few people know in the country that the founder of Pakistan, Quaid-i-Azam Mohammed Ali Jinnah had established the ‘Department of Islamic Reconstruction’ on August 19, 1947 to make Pakistan an Islamic Welfare State.
- H1 2015 profit (before tax) has grown from PKR 7.2 billion to PKR 8.5 billion
- Revenue has enhanced by 11per cent in comparison with first half of 2014
- The deposit momentum continued with a growth of above 9per cent
The half yearly profit of the bank (before tax) is PKR 8.5
Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signing ceremonies between National Bank of Pakistan and two major national institutions of KPK province i.e. Frontier Corps and Frontier Constabulary were held in Peshawar on August 5, 2015.
Under these arrangements, NBP joined hands with these institutions to provide comprehensive banking facilities to them.
The well attended 5th Professionals Shipping , Logistics & Supply Chain Management Conference & Exhibition ended with speech by Chief Guest Mr. Kamran Michael ( Federal Minister for Ports & Shipping, Government of Pakistan ).
In his speech the federal Minister for ports and shipping accepted the deliberations , concerns and recommendations of the conference being shipping and logistics support services in shambles in our country , infra structure in a dilapidated state and supply chain management depends on out sourcing .
All Pakistan Cement Manufacturers’ Association has expressed reservations on various tax measures announced in federal budget 15~16 that would hurt investors’ sentiments in general and will particularly burden cement consumers in the country. Chairman APCMA Muhammad Ali Tabba has requested the Federal Finance Minister, Ishaq Dar to revisit some fiscal measures which would definitely result in increasing the cost of doing business in the country and are against norms of taxation.
The inauguration ceremony of the 6MW and 7.5MW waste heat recovery power plants was held at Bestway Cement Limited’s operations at Hattar and Farooqia, District Haripur respectively on Friday, 24 July, 2015. Speaking at the ceremony held to mark the occasion, group Chairman Sir Anwar Pervez, hailed the accomplishment as yet another milestone in the long series of achievements by Bestway since its entry in Pakistan.