Daily Archives: June 6, 2017

CEE decides to estimate electricity consumed by appliances in energy demand

ISLAMABAD: Cabinet Committee on Energy (CCE) has decided to estimate electricity consumed by home appliances in projected power demand.

Sindh Budget 2017/2018: Rs244 billion earmarked for ADP

KARACHI: Sindh government has allocated Rs244 billion as Annual Development Plan (ADP). The total development outlay is pitched at Rs344 billion which includes Rs42.7 billion as Foreign Project Assistance (FPA), Rs27.3 billion as Federal Public Sector Development Program (PSDP) and Rs30 billion for district development.

SECP registered companies reach 80,000 mark

ISLAMABAD: The Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SEPC) on Monday said that the total number of registered companies with the regulators has increased to 80,000.

Sindh Budget 2017/2018: Agriculture Income Tax target set at Rs1bn

KARACHI: Sindh government has set a target of Rs1 billion Agriculture Income Tax during fiscal year 2017/2018.

Sindh Budget 2017/2018: Concessionary sales tax rates allowed to various services

KARACHI: Sindh government has allowed concessionary sales tax on various services rendered within the province.

Sindh Budget 2017/2018: Sales tax on telecom services increased to 19.5pc

KARACHI: Sindh has increased sales tax on telecom services to 19.5 percent from 19 percent in the provincial Budget 2017/2018.

Sindh Budget 2017/2018: Rs14.3bn allocated for agriculture sector

KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has announced to enhance allocation for agriculture sector to Rs 14.3 billion Rs12.75 billion in budget 2017/2018.

Sindh Budget 2017/2018: Rs10.5bn World Bank funded project to be launched for Karachi neighborhood improvement

KARACHI: Sindh government to launch a World Bank funded project amounting Rs10.5 billion for Karachi Neighborhood Improvement Project during next financial year.

Sindh Budget 2017/2018: Rs15bn to be paid to power utilities

KARACHI: Sindh government has planned to pay Rs15 billion to power distribution companies during next fiscal year.
Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah in his budget speech said that for the next financial year the provincial government had kept a provision of Rs15 billion for clearance of electricity dues of K-Electric, HESCO and SEPCO.

Sindh Budget 2017/2018: Rs92.91bn allocated for law and order

KARACHI: Sindh government has allocated Rs92.91 billion in Budget 2017/2018 for law and order which is increase of 10 percent over allocation of Rs84.26 billion during ongoing financial year.