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Trials to select final lineup for Sultan of Johor Tournament on Saturday
ISLAMABAD, Oct 1 (APP): The trials to select final lineup for Fourth  Edition of Sultan of Johor Junior Hockey Tournament will be held at Naseer Bunda Hockey Stadium Islamabad on Saturday.
 
Pakistan face formidable Iran in Asian Games Kabaddi semis on Thursday
INCHEON, South Korea, Oct 1 (APP): Pakistan Kabaddi team will face formidable Iranian team in the semifinal of XVII Asian Games at Songdo Global University Gymnasium on Thursday.
 
Pakistan Rugby suffers third major defeat in Asian Games
INCHEON, South Korea, Oct 1 (APP): Pakistan Rugby team Wednesday suffered third defeat against Malaysia in classification match of XVII Asian Games for 9-12th place at Namdong Asiad Rugby Field.
 
Naseer leads Pakistan to 11th spot in Asian Games Volleyball
INCHEON, South Korea, Oct 1(APP): Spectacular Naseer Ahmed scored 20 points to spearhead Pakistan to 11th position when they defeated Saudi Arabia 3-0 in Asian Games Volleyball classification match of the 17th Asian Games at Ansan Sangroksu Gymnasium on Wednesday.
 
Waseem eager to make Asian Games boxing final
INCHEHON, South Korea, Oct 1 (APP): Pakistan's top pugilist Muhammad Waseem is fully geared-up to reach the final of his flyweight division bout of XVII Asian Games Boxing Tournament on Thursday.
 
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1.464 million to get Rs 8,167 million relief under new tax system PDF Print E-mail
ISLAMABAD, June 2 (APP): Under the new income rates  announced by the government in Budget 2012-13, over 1.464 million taxpayers will get benefit of Rs 8,167 million. According to a document distributed among newsmen during the post-budget press conference of Dr Abdul Hafeez Shaikh here on Saturday, the 51,032 salaried persons with income between Rs 350,000 to 400,000 will  gent tax benefit of Rs 354 million, while 6,300 taxpayers in the income group of Business Individuals with Rs 350,000 to Rs.400,000 will get relief of Rs.145 million.
 
Govt aware of employees’ problems: Finance Minister PDF Print E-mail
ISLAMABAD, Jun 2 (APP): Minister for Finance Dr. Abdul Hafeez Shaikh on Saturday said the government was well aware of problems, being faced by the public employees due to price hike and would continue to provide relief to them. The price indices during the ongoing year remained at 11%, while a 20% rise had been given in the salaries of employees in the budget for the year 2012-13, he said while speaking at a post-budget conference here at a local hotel.
 
Govt to provide subsidy on solar tube-wells PDF Print E-mail
ISLAMABAD, Jun 2 (APP): To improve the agricultural productivity in the country by using the cheaper resources of energy, the government has decided to provide subsidy on the installation of solar tub wells. Addressing the post-budget press conference here on Saturday, Federal Minister for Finance Dr. Abdul Hafeez Shaikh said that the introduction of solar tube-well system in the country would help reduce dependency on high pricing fuels for the agri-sector.
 
President, PM houses conserve electricity PDF Print E-mail
ISLAMABAD June 02 (APP): Finance Minister Dr Abdul Hafeez Shaikh on Saturday said that the President and the Prime Minister houses conserve electricity. Answering a question regarding power load-shedding at the President and the PM houses, the Finance Minister said certain offices had certain requirements. But the PM and President houses were well aware of the country’s needs and conserve energy. “Uninterrupted power availability at these houses does not mean that they lit 500 bulbs. They are cognizant of the power crisis and do not waste energy,” he added.
 
Govt hiding nothing: Shaikh PDF Print E-mail
ISLAMABAD, June 2 (APP): Federal Minister for Finance Dr Abdul Hafeez Shaikh on Saturday said that the government was not hiding any figures or facts about the budget. “We are not hiding anything. We have put forth all details, including our shortcomings and successes,” he said in response to a volley of questions by media persons at the post-budget press conference. “Our aim is to push the country forward and lead to economic stability. But, the people, who owe the responsibility, have to be careful in their remarks on certain issue,” he said answering a question regarding dealing with the IMF and payments under the CSF and Kerry-Lugar Bill.
 
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