کی تمام اشاعتیں۔ Fiza Arif . کراچی ، Pākistān
The 27th trying to pass parade was organized on Saturday at the Sindh Rangers Training Center in Karachi for the Rangers Basic Recruit Training Course. After completing their training, some 966 recruits passed out. The parade was reviewed by Sindh Governor Imran Ismail, who was the chief guest at the event, and rewarded the recruits.
He was greeted by Major General Omer Ahmed Bukhari, Rangers Sindh DG.
Ismail greeted the recruits, instructors and their families and lauded Sindh Rangers ' efforts to eliminate the threat of terrorism and violent crime. He thanked them for the Karachi operation, which, he believes, resulted in Karachi's restoration of economic stability and international cricket.
Karachi University's seventh International Symposium-cum-Training Course on Molecular Medicine and Drug Research will begin on Monday and continue until Thursday, November 7. Approximately 100 scientists from 35 countries and some 600 scholars from across Pakistan are expected to attend the event to be inaugurated by Federal Minister of Science and Technology Fawad Hussain Chaudhry.
The activity was coordinated under the International Center for Chemical and Biological Sciences (ICCBS) of the KU by the Dr. Panjwani Institute.
Prof. Muhammad Iqbal Chaudhr, ICCBS Director y confirmed these details during Friday's meeting of the organizing committee of the symposium at the Dr Panjwani Centre.
Prof. Chaudhry said that the meeting is intended to broaden understanding of Pakistan's emerging field of molecular medicine and drug research. The symposium's main objective is to bring together global molecular medicine experts, he added.
The law would help strengthen vigilance on donors and fund recipients in the country for charitable institutions.
The proposed law would help combat any person, group or political party's misuse of charity funds, terror funding, and other criminal activities.
In this context, during Friday's provincial assembly session, a bill was submitted proposing that Sindh be the first among the provinces to draft anti-terror funding legislation in line with FATF recommendations.
Both charitable organisations, their sponsors and supporters as well as fund raisers must be licensed under the Charity Act 2019, while those supporting charities must report their source of income. A charitable organization must also outline its goals.
According to the bill, a Sindh Charity Commission and Charity Registration Authority would be formed by the government.
The bill as well makes it illegal for charities to keep a detailed record of their financial accounts while the funds or charities they receive could not be used for personal concerns, businesses or political activities.
The charitable institution, for reasons not authorised by the regulatory authorities, would not be permitted to use its assets.
There would also be a registration process for those who raise charities and alms. Under the bill, all charitable organizations ' financial and social programs would be tracked.
If they breach the law, the Sindh Charity Organization would be empowered to cancel charitable institutions ' registration.
Any charity exceeding Rs50,000 would be deposited in bank accounts according to the proposal
Furthermore, penalties amounting to Rs1 million would be imposed on institutions and trusts which violated the law.
In addition, Rs1 million fines would be levied on entities and trusts that violated the law.