The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has successfully launched e-bidding system. First e-tender was awarded via this system today at town-I Peshawar. There was a healthy competition amongst the contractors. Computer awarded contracts to lowest bidders automatically in front of all contractors or their nominees. Higher Resolution Screen was installed at Town-I office where all proceedings were in front of all stake-holders. High level officers of the Local Council Board, IT Cell LGE&RDD, Nazim concerned, town members and other staff of the Town-I was available on the spot and witnessed the new
In a move to improve people’s lives while placing itself as an institution that inspires, Careem is creating jobs by appealing to new demographics, streamlining their processes and opening its doors even further in Peshawar. Since Careem has been dedicated to positively and meaningfully impacting the communities in which it operates, this time around it has taken upon itself to change perspectives with regards to the service industry. Commonly there has been a stigma attached to service jobs (Careem Captaincy for instance) that leads to only a particular set of
The Water and Sanitation Services Peshawar (WSSP), in their partnership with Code for Pakistan through the Civic Innovation Fellowship, launched the “Safa Pekhawar” complaint registration mobile app here on Monday. Present at the launch were Pervez Khattak (Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Khan Zaib Khan (CEO WSSP), Dr Francois Kampundu (UNICEF Chief Field Officer), Inayatullah Khan (KP Senior Minister), Shaukat Ali Yousafzai (KP Minister for Health and Information), and Ebtihaj Khan (Code for Pakistan/ KP IT Board). The “Safa Pekhawar” mobile app allows users to register complaints in various categories, including
No doubt, Pashtuns are beautiful, loyal and hospitable people. Sharing a collection of photos from our library and internet which shows exceptional eyes of Pashtuns. 1. Starting from the iconic Afghan girl Sharbat Gula; a photograph of Steve Muccurey which went viral for years from National Geographic Sharbat Gula left Pakistan few months back due to an allegation that she has fake NIC. 2. During a medical camp; a student from Peshawar captured this girl and the color of her eyes is perfectly matching with her clothes. 3. Continuing the
Peshawar Ramadan Timing 2017 – Find today Sehr o Iftar Ramazan Times in Peshawar, Pakistan. Fasting timetable (Roza) and schedule according in Peshawar.
The Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa(KP) government has signed Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) for 82 projects worth more than Rs2.4 trillion with Chinese companies in the recently-held K-P Economic Cooperation Road Show (KECRS) organised by the provincial government. The province’s team was led by Chief Minister(CM) Pervez Khatak who visited China where the show was arranged between April 16-18 aimed at offering investment opportunities to Chinese state-owned and private business enterprises. Briefing the media persons about the visit here on Tuesday, Chief Minister Khatak said: “A total of 82 schemes worth over Rs2.4 trillion
A student of Abdul Wali Khan University in Mardan was killed on campus and another injured on Thursday after being accused of sharing ‘blasphemous’ content online, according to initial reports. At least 15 people have been arrested in connection with the incident, and the campus has been shut down and until further notice. The hostels have been vacated and a search for the culprits is ongoing. Deputy Inspector General (DIG) of Police Mardan Alam Shinwari said the student was accused of running Facebook pages which allegedly published blasphemous content. He
Icon of girl students’ courage, Malala Yousafzai said she is proud of Pakistan and vowed to take it to newer heights. “I am proud of Pakistan and I miss Pakistan. We are Pakistanis and we will take our country forward,” she pledged, adding that she will come to Pakistan soon. In an exclusive interview to Geo News, Malala, the youngest person to receive the honourary citizenship of Canada, stressed that terrorists do not represent her country. “Women, who stand up for their rights, including myself, represent Pakistan. Terrorists do not