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Prime Minister Imran Decided Not To Impose More Taxes On The Public



The Prime Minister (Imran Khan) presided over the meeting of the Economic Advisory Committee (ACE) and instructed it not to add more taxes to the people.

When leading the reorganized council meeting, the prime minister said that instead of imposing new taxes, it is better to provide ready-made solutions to reduce the burden on the masses.

He called on EAC members including Finance Minister Shaukat Tarin and economic experts to “put forward a road map for economic stability and sustainable growth.”

He added that the East African Community should continue to perform its functions, make suggestions on economic issues, and further consult with experts to make suggestions on how to improve the country’s economic activities.

The Prime Minister said that the measures taken by the government have improved the business environment and strengthened investor confidence.

He said: “We plan to negotiate with the commercial sector to design an economic strategy to ensure its sustainability.” He added that reforming the tax system to make it more simplified is the government’s top priority.

On April 3, Prime Minister Khan reorganized the Economic Advisory Committee (ACE) to include members of the public and private sectors. The EAC is led by the Prime Minister himself, and the Chancellor of the Exchequer will serve as the vice chairman. In the absence of the Prime Minister, the Minister of Finance will preside over the Council meeting.

EAC will also maintain a consulting and capacity-building relationship with the government, and cooperate with economic institutions in a collaborative and collaborative manner. It will follow the consultation process and propose policy initiatives to further strengthen and optimize financial and economic policies in order to improve their impact on the well-being of citizens.

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4-year-old Areesh has passed the Microsoft Certified Expert exam



A child prodigy in Karachi, Areesh Fatima, became a Microsoft Certified Expert at the age of 4.5. This feat made her a member of the Pakistani League, which was MCP certified at a very young age.

The Microsoft Certified Professional exam is usually taken by adults to show that they are consistent with today’s roles and technical requirements.

The minimum score to pass this exam is 700, and Areesh managed to get an amazing advantage of 831 on the exam.

Areesh is a smart kid with a clear memory. His parents found him to be commendable for his young professionalism and attention to detail. With memories as brilliant as him, Aresh plans to recite the Quran at the age of 6.

Areesh’s parents realized her ability and curiosity to learn new things through the Internet, and soon noticed her interest in computers. He is a computer scientist himself, and his father tried to channel Areesh’s curiosity to hone his computer skills.

While working from home during the pandemic, Areesh’s father Usama made sure to transfer his computer skills to his daughter slowly and steadily.

Soon after mastering all the techniques of computer science, Areesh quickly began to learn how to create and manage documents in Microsoft Word, format text and sections, create tables, and insert graphics into files.

Areesh has obtained the Microsoft Office technical certification, which enables candidates to familiarize themselves with the basic functions of the MS Office suite, thereby enabling them to demonstrate their skills in different MS Office applications, including creating and managing large Word documents, creating tables, reports and graphs And add a reference.

Areesh’s strong interest and early exposure to computers, coupled with the good advice of his parents, paved the way for him to achieve this milestone.

It’s too early to tell about future development, but Areesh’s skills and desire for computer literacy definitely herald his achievements.

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You Can Now Go To Jail For Disrespecting The Pakistani Army



The Standing Committee of Internal Affairs of the National Assembly approved a bill to amend the Pakistan Penal Code and the Criminal Procedure Act of 1898 to take action against those who deliberately disrespect the armed forces.

According to the Penal Code Amendment Act of 2020, anyone who deliberately mocks the troops may be sentenced to two years in prison or a fine of 500,000 rupees, or both.

PTI MNA Amjid Ali Khan proposed the bill, after which the NA Interior Committee approved the bill on Wednesday.

The bill proposes an amendment to Article 500 of the Pakistan Penal Code, which currently stipulates:

Anyone who slanders others will be punished with a simple imprisonment of up to two years or a fine or both.

This amendment will be referred to as “Section 500-A”, which states:

“A fine is imposed for deliberate ridicule by the armed forces.” Anyone who deliberately mocks, insults or slanders the Pakistan Armed Forces or its members will be sentenced to a maximum of two imprisonment crimes. Year, or a fine of up to 500,000 rupees, or both”.

The bill was challenged by Pakistan People’s Party Member Agha Rafiullah and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz State Member Maryam Aurangzeb, but they voted five to four. The vote was approved.

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