الشركات والمستهلكون يدعمون اللوائح التي تقرها الحكومات بشأن أمن إنترنت الأشياء جميع المنظمات (100%) والمستهلكين (93%) يرون ضرورة وضع لوائح لأمن إنترنت الأشياء – ويرغبون في المشاركة الحكومية في هذا الصدد تسريب البيانات و سرقتها هو أكثر المخاوف شيوعًا بين المستهلكين (67%)، بينما أعرب 64% عن قلقهم من اختراق القراصنة لأجهزة إنترنت الأشياء والتحكم فيها […]Read More »
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Lahore, October 31, 2017 (PPI-OT):The Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry has urged the Ministry of Finance and Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) to extend the date for the filing of income tax return at least till December 31 as there is a huge decline in the number of filers. In a statement issued here, the LCCI President Malik Tahir Javaid and Vice President Zeeshan Khalil said that business community always want to perform its national obligations but due to problems in FBR IRIS system, a large number of businessmen could not file their returns within the given timeframe.
The LCCI office-bearers said that extension in the date for the filing of will not only be a great favour to the business community but will also be in favour of the government. They said that extension in the date for the filing of income tax returns will help government to achieve its revenue target besides trust building of the private sector.
They said that an extension in the date of filing of income tax returns would not only facilitate the business community but it would also send a very positive signal about private-public sector liaison. “Extension in the date for the filing of income tax return till December 31 will give a good message that government honours the business community”, the LCCI office-bearers concluded.
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Islamabad, October 31, 2017 (PPI-OT):A delegation of Pakistan Computer Association (PCA) Islamabad Chapter led by its President Arshad Janjua visited Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry and called upon the government to abolish GST on parts and ...Read More »
Srinagar, October 31, 2017 (PPI-OT):In occupied Kashmir, the Chairman of All Parties Hurriyat Conference, Syed Ali Gilani, has said that the people of the territory are facing the worst Indian state terrorism in the form of unabated killings, illegal detentions and other brutalities for pursuing their right to self-determination.
Syed Ali Gilani in a statement in Srinagar appealed to the world human rights organizations and UN Human Rights Council to take cognizance of human rights abuses by Indian troops in the territory. He said history stands witness that in every freedom movement, the occupational and tyrant forces have always suffered a defeat, in the end. “Representing the sentiments and aspirations of people, we have been saying that we will never succumb to any pressure and will take the movement to its logical end,” he added.
The APHC Chairman said that despite unabated killings, plunder, arson, showering bullets and pellets on public gatherings, maiming and blinding innocent children, brute torture of youth, braid chopping and assault on women, New Delhi had failed to break the commitment of people with freedom movement. India is following its particular sectarian dogma and propagating fabricated stories and framing false charges against the pro-freedom leadership, he stated. He asked the Kashmiri people to stand against the communal regime in Delhi, their stooges and pro-India political parties in the occupied territory and frustrate their nefarious designs.
Syed Ali Gilani expressed concern over the biased approach of Indian judiciary against the Kashmiri prisoners. “In hundreds of cases, while judiciary set aside the cases of the detainees and bailed them out, police contrary to the release orders re-arrested them even in court premises against fake charges,” he deplored.
The octogenarian leader referred to the illegally detained senior APHC leader, Masarrat Aalam Butt, and said that despite several court orders, he was not being released. “Similarly, Aasiya Andrabi, Fahmeeda Sofi, Muhammad Subhan Wani, Amir Hamza Shah, Abdul Ghani Butt, Abdul Khaleq Regu, Bashir Ahmed Saleh, Muhammad Yousuf Lone, Sheikh Muhammad Yousuf, Shakeel Ahmed Yatoo, Javed Ahmed Flay, Haji Muhammad Rustam Butt, Mufti Abdul Ahad Rather, Muhammad Subhan Khan, Meraj-ud-Din Naikoo, Haji Mansoor Ahmed Kaloo, Muhammad Ashraf Malik, Imtiaz Ahmed Mir, Salman Yousuf, Mashooq Ahmed Butt, Ghulam Muhammad Tantray, Nasir Abdullah, Abdul Rasheed Butt, Ghulam Rasool Parray, Bashir Ahmed Sofi, Abdul Rasheed Rather, Bashir Ahmed Wani, Ghulam Nabi Khan, Sajjad Ahmed Mir, Abdul Salam Mir, Aijaz Ahmed Bahroo, Pir Tanvir, Mushtaq Ahmed Hurra, Danish Malik and scores of others despite being bailed out by court, were not released by police,” he said.
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