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Protests follow expected Petrol Price Hike

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Protests follow expected Petrol Price Hike

Posted on 28 February 2011 by PakBee - Total hits: 2,570

KARACHI: The Pakistan petroleum dealers’ association decided to call off their token strike on Monday.

Earlier, the Pakistan Petroleum Dealers Association suspended the supply of petroleum products and announced a strike in Karachi due to a proposed increase in petroleum prices. The association warned that the strike may soon spill over into other parts of the country if its demands are not met.

Resultantly, a large number of people came out on the streets on Rashid Minhas road, in Nazimabad and Shahrah-e-Faisal road in Karachi following the announcement of a strike by petroleum dealers. The protesters clashed with the police and rangers personnel who tried to control of the situation.

The demonstrators blamed the pump owners for halting supplies fearing a possible increase in the petrol prices today.

Long queues of vehicles were seen in the city outside the few stations still running.

10 to 13 per cent increase in petroleum prices expected

The Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) had advised a 10 to 13 per cent increase in prices of petroleum products. The government is likely to announce the decision today.

According to sources, the finance ministry has endorsed the recommendations made by OGRA.

OGRA authorities said an increase in the prices is necessary according to levy collected two months ago, whereas six to seven per cent increase should be made in accordance to the levy collected in current situation.

Sources informed that the government is providing a subsidy of Rs15 billion on petroleum products and it will have to give an additional subsidy of Rs10 billion if current prices are not increased.

CNG prices revised

Ogra has revised its CNG prices keeping in view the Gross Calorific Value (GCV). The new prices will become effective from March 1.

Four different prices will be followed in the country’s four provinces. CNG prices will rise in Islamabad, Rawalpindi and in areas from Attock to Jhelum. In Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, CNG will be available at Rs57 per kilogramme.

In inner Sindh and Balochistan, CNG will be availabe at Rs55.2 per kg. In Punjab and adjoining areas, CNG will now be available at Rs53.45 per kg.

According to All Pakistan CNG Association, OGRA’s revised prices will raise gas prices in 2,600 CNG stations and reduce them in 500 gas stations across the country.

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Mahira Khan BTS Drama Serial Neeyat

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Mahira Khan BTS Drama Serial Neeyat

Posted on 23 February 2011 by PakBee - Total hits: 5,627

Director: Mehreen Jabbar
Cast: Deepti Gupta, Mahira Khan, Ahsan Khan, Adeel Hussain
Written by: Larry Pontius

Mahira’s makeup by Rabia Riaz
Photographed by Nausheen Khurram – Laaj Studios ~ www.LaajStudios.com

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Fauzia Wahab resigned from PPP

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Fauzia Wahab resigned from PPP

Posted on 19 February 2011 by PakBee - Total hits: 11,692

KARACHI: Fauzia Wahab has tendered resigned from the position of central Information Secretary Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP).

Addressing a press conference at PPP Sindh Media Cell here, Fauzia said that she held the party office in critical situation.

Fauzia said her statements regarding Raymond Davis did not reflect the policy of the PPP and those were her personal views.

she said that she would continue to work for the PPP.

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Afridi on Rickshaw at World Cup Opening Ceremony

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Afridi on Rickshaw at World Cup Opening Ceremony

Posted on 18 February 2011 by PakBee - Total hits: 2,143

Pakistan’s captain Afridi on a rickshaw at opening ceremony of ICC Cricket World Cup at the Bangabandhu National Stadium in Dhaka – Photo

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Mobilink Sponsors Ali Zafar’s Jhoom

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Mobilink Sponsors Ali Zafar’s Jhoom

Posted on 15 February 2011 by PakBee - Total hits: 3,473

Ali Zafar, the renowned singer, song writer, actor, painter, also known as the Prince of Pop and the brand ambassador of Mobilink Jazz is releasing much awaited sufi album “Jhoom” today.

In his latest album, Ali explores his mystical side by touching upon Sufi and Semi-classical music.

Mobilink Jazz has sponsored Ali Zafar’s Jhoom and is carrying special promotional activities on its official facebook page. Along with, Mobilink has created a special page dedicated for the Jhoom: http://www.mobilinkgsm.com/jhoom/

According to Ali Zafar, Jhoom is a sufi album. He believes that Jhoom will take his music to another level.

“It’s different from anything I have ever done before. I think today’s music survives only for a month, and I believe that music should be timeless. I want to be remembered for my music.”, notes Ali Zafar

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