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STAFF REPORT ISB: Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) has recommended the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) that sales tax being charged at the time of registration of IMEI numbers by cellular mobile operators may result in multiple taxation on same mobile phone sets.
It is learnt that the PTA further recommended that the sales tax should be collected at import stage on verification issued by the PTA.
PTA officials in a meeting with the FBR were of the view that the matter is more
STAFF REPORT HYDERABAD: Growers have recently staged a sit-in outside Faran Sugar Mills in Tando Mohammad Khan here to protest non-payment of sugarcane price of Rs182 per 40kg as notified by the Sindh government.
They demanded of the government to implement its notification in letter and spirit.
The sit-in was attended by around 250 growers from different parts of lower Sindh.
PPP MNA Nawab Yusuf Talpur, Sindh Abadgar Board (SAB) President Abdul Majeed Nizamani and Sindh
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