International Telecommunication and ICT carnival begins in Karachi




STAFF REPORT KHI: The information technology and telecommunication sector have vibrant share in country`s sustainable economic growth and to flourish it by involving regional players into it was the main motive behind the organization of three day 15th ITCN Asia 2015’ exhibition. The event was organized jointly by Pakistan Software Export Board (PSEB, Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) and E-commerce Gateway Pakistan. The purpose of the exhibition was to showcase the products

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International Telecommunication and ICT carnival begins in Karachi


STAFF REPORT KHI: The information technology and telecommunication sector have vibrant share in country`s sustainable economic growth and to flourish it by involving regional players into it was the main motive behind the organization of three day 15th ITCN Asia 2015’ exhibition. The event was organized jointly by Pakistan Software Export Board (PSEB, Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) and E-commerce Gateway Pakistan. The purpose of the exhibition was to showcase the products of

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PTA imparted training to Afghan Telecommunication Regulatory Authority




STAFF REPORT ISB: Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) collaborated with International Telecom Union (ITU) to organize a training workshop for Afghan Telecommunication Regulatory Authority (ATRA) and Ministry of Communication, Afghanistan. The training workshop focused on regulatory issues.

The training workshop included lectures, presentations on regulation regime from PTA as well as from representatives of telecommunication network operators i.e. Telenor, Mobilink etc.

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PTA imparted training to Afghan Telecommunication Regulatory Authority


STAFF REPORT ISB: Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) collaborated with International Telecom Union (ITU) to organize a training workshop for Afghan Telecommunication Regulatory Authority (ATRA) and Ministry of Communication, Afghanistan. The training workshop focused on regulatory issues.

The training workshop included lectures, presentations on regulation regime from PTA as well as from representatives of telecommunication network operators i.e. Telenor, Mobilink etc. Chairman

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Bad predictions about telecommunication sector

REPORTS ARE predicting that Pakistan’s telecommunication industry will continue to suffer bad times particularly during the first half of the year 2013 thereby meaning no foreign direct investments, no progress, no more jobs and no economic activities even in the second half of the current year. The calling rates will go up while the industry as a whole will be focusing on regulatory side of the market to affect growth, in addition to further delay in the auction of 3G spectrum which was due

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Telecommunication watchdogs axing night call packages!

THE PAKISTAN Telecommunication Authority (PTA) has recently ordered all local cellular phone companies to immediately shut all night call packages and chat room services citing these services are not suitable for social norms and considered immoral in our Islamic society. As far as the argument of the telecom watchdog is concerned, it looks very sane and just as majority of the youth is witnessed engaged in talking with their friends and other cross-sex persons on cell phones the whole night.

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Telemedicine-a cross-fertilisation of medicine & telecommunication

OVER THE past couple of decades, advancements in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) have brought a revolution in the life of common people. More and more people have been able to avoid physically going into work and have preferred the telecommuting from their personal or home computer. ICT strongly influences the way we work and is creating opportunities and new demands for a range of different approaches to healthcare practices in medical field too. Healthcare has always been at

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