Pakistan Railways

Pakistan Railways Earned RS 39 Billion Till MARCH 2019

Pakistan railways has generated Rs 39 billion up to March 2019 which was Rs 3.706 billion more than the previous financial year during the same period by winning the confidence of passengers. Pakistan Railways has suffered no losses during the current financial year due to dedicated efforts of the present government and employees of the […]

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Radio Pakistan

Radio Pakistan clinches first position in world radio contest

Radio Pakistan has brought great honor for the country by sharing first position in the world radio contest 2019 held in Paris, France. The contest was organized by European Radio and Digital Audio Show Paris in collaboration with UNESCO in connection with the world radio day 2019. Radio stations from all over the world were […]

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How to meet Customer’s Needs

How to meet Customer’s Needs ?

Presently, it’s important that you don’t need to mark every single an incentive off the rundown on each dimension so as to effectively address your clients’ issues. As the scientists clarify, “The parts of significant worth pyramid is a heuristic model —practical instead of hypothetically perfect— in which the most dominant types of significant worth live at the top. To have the capacity to convey on those higher-request components, an organization must probably give a portion of the practical components required by a specific item class.” Self-Transcendence […]

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Jobs in UAE

New Jobs For Pakistanis, Indians, Bangladeshis In UAE

Inflow of new companies continued into Dubai as the economic activity improved in the month of February, resulting in more than 8,500 jobs creations by the new companies, official figures showed on March 11. According to the Business Registration and Licensing (BRL) sector of the Department of Economic Development in Dubai, 2,204 new licenses were […]

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UAE to start long-term residence visa for 10 Years

UAE Cabinet approved 5-year, 10-year visas for investors, entrepreneurs, talented expats. His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai has announced on Twitter that the regulatory framework to start issuing long-term residence permits for investors, entrepreneurs, innovators and specialised talents is now in […]

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Pakistan railway

Pakistan railway to be extended to Iran, Turkey, Russia

Prime Minister Imran Khan and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani are expected to meet very soon, says Railways Minister Sheikh Rashid who had recently visited Tehran for two days and delivered a letter from Pakistan’s chief executive. Shaikh Rashid Ahmad has said that the railway system will be extended up to Iran, Afghanistan, Turkey and Russia […]

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French Airline

Air France to Resume Flight Operations in Pakistan

After British Airways, French Airline Air France has announced that its ready to resume its operations in Pakistan after 11 years. Federal Minister for Petroleum Ghulam Sarwar Khan said in an announcement on Friday, 15th February. He said that the airline had been planning to resume its services after witnessing a conducive business environment in […]

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highest unemployment rates

Which countries have the highest unemployment rates?

The global financial crisis that began in 2008 shook the world’s economies, but the long-term impact hit some countries harder than others. First, though, the good news: the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development’s (OECD) Employment Outlook 2018 shows an overall improvement in labour conditions across its member states, with equally encouraging growth in the […]

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human capital

These are the healthiest and best educated countries in the world

What exactly is human capital and can it be quantified? You’d be right to wonder. Defined as the “total of a population’s health, skills, knowledge, experience, and habits,” by World Bank President, Dr Jim Yong Kim, the concept can seem nebulous and difficult to measure. Now, a team of academics from the Seattle-based Institute for […]

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