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FBR Reduces Taxes For Construction Sector

FBR Excludes The Tax Amnesty Regime For The Construction Sector ISLAMABAD: The Federal Revenue Board (FBR) has ruled out the possibility of a new tax amnesty plan for contractors to revive the construction industry, stating that the FBR cannot waive the collection of Rs. 200 billion a year. During the deliberations of the meeting of the Senate Standing Finance Committee, it was proposed to drastically...

Construction Work on Margalla Road Begins

Asad Umar to inaugurate construction work on Margalla Road ISLAMABAD: The Minister of Planning, Development, and Special Initiatives, Asad Umar, will begin construction work on the 35km Margalla motorway Ali Nawaz Awan, special assistant to the prime minister (SAPM) at the Capital Development Authority (CDA), who will attend the ceremony, said that construction of the road will begin on Thursday, June 3,...

Marla to Square Feet Conversion Made Easy For You!

A Guide for Marla to Square Feet Conversion History of Measuring System  The history of the measurement system dates back to the beginning of the Indus Valley Civilization, around the fifth millennium BC. The Maurya Empire (322-185 BC) formulated the rules for using the complex system of weights and measures, but later it was the Mughal Empire that began to use these measures to determine land...

Rawalpindi Ring Road New Alignment Begins

RAWALPINDI: The Punjab government has started a new alignment of the much needed Rawalpindi Ring Road project. The decision was made after Prime Minister Imran Khan became aware of the alleged changes to the alignment of the much-needed Rawalpindi Ring Road project, which not only increased the cost of the project by Rs 25 billion, but also allegedly benefited some private real estate companies. As the...

Pakistan’s Religious Tourism: Top Sites To Explore

Pakistan’s Religious Tourism: Top Sites To Explore

The Punjab Department of Archeology and Tourism (TAD) has announced that it will begin work to revive and promote religious tourism in Pakistan. To this end, a comprehensive plan was presented to restore 11 religious sites, sacred to various religions. The announcement of such a plan is nothing new to the incumbent government, as its tourism policies focus primarily on socio-economic improvement, as well...

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