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‫ماہرین: متحدہ عرب امارات کے نئے قانون “اچھے اخلاق اور رویّے” کی سند کا مطلب ہے آجروں کو ہوشیار رہنا ہوگا

سی آر آئی گروپ متحدہ عرب امارات کے تمام اداروں پر پس منظر کی جامع جانچ کرنے پر زور دیتا ہے

لندن، 16 فروری 2018ء/پی آرنیوزوائر/–

متحدہ عرب امارات میں ملازمت ویزا کے لیے درخواست دینے والے کے لیے نئے قانون کی ضرورت ہے کہ انہیں “گڈ کنڈکٹ سرٹیفکیٹ” یعنی اچھے اخلاق کی سند حاصل کرنا ہوگی جس کا مقصد زیادہ محفوظ اور پرامن برادری کی تشکیل ہے۔ یہ قانون متحدہ عرب امارات کی حکومت کے حکم سے 4 فروری سے نافذ العمل ہے۔https://prnewswire2-a.akamaihd.net/p/1893751/sp/189375100/thumbnail/entry_id/0_2as0f0d4/def_height/400/def_width/400/version/100012/type/1

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پس منظر کی جانچ اور مناسب احتیاط کی خدمات فراہم کرنے والے عالمی ادارے کارپوریٹ ریسرچ اینڈ انوسٹی گیشنز ایل ایل سی “سی آر آئی گروپ” کے ماہرین کے مطابق مختصر مدت میں کاروباری رہنماؤں کو ملازمت کے فراڈ میں ممکنہ اضافے کے حوالے سے چوکنّا رہنا چاہیے۔

سی آر آئی گروپ کے مطابق متحدہ عرب امارات میں ملازمت کے لیے درخواست دینے والے غیر ملکی امیدواروں کی بڑی تعداد کا مطلب ہے کہ اسناد کو حاصل کرنے کی دوڑ لگے گی،جس میں چند افراد کی جانب سے مطلوبہ معیارات کو پورا کرنے کے لیے جعلی دستاویزات حاصل کرنے کا خدشہ بھی موجود ہے۔ اس کے علاوہ درخواست گزاروں کی جانب سے اچھے اخلاق کی جعلی دستاویزات پیش کرنے کا بھی خطرہ ہے تاکہ ملازمت کا ویزا جلد حاصل کر سکیں۔

“ایک اہم نیا قانون ہے جو متحدہ عرب امارات کو کہیں زیادہ محفوظ افرادی قوت کو یقینی بنانے میں مدد دے گا۔” ظفر انجم، سی آر آئی گروپ کے سی ای او نے کہا، “البتہ یہ تمام اداروں کے لیے بھی اہم وقت ہے کہ وہ قبل از ملازمت پس منظر کی جامع جانچ کریں۔ سی آر آئی گروپ ماہرانہ سطح پر یہ خدمت فراہم کرتا ہے اور ہم گڈ کنڈکٹ سرٹیفکیٹس کی اصلیت کی توثیق بھی کر سکتے ہیں۔ 80 ممالک میں اپنی صلاحیتوں کے ساتھ ہمارے پاس وہ معلومات اور وسائل ہیں کہ جان سکیں کہ سرٹیفکیٹ اصل ہیں اور نقلی یا جعلی نہیں۔”

سی آر آئی گروپ نے ایک خصوصی سروس بھی جاری کی ہے جو ڈاکیوچیک انٹرنیشنل ایل ایل سی کہلاتی ہے اور گڈ کنڈکٹ سرٹیفکیٹس کی تصدیق، ڈپلوما، تحریری نسخوں اور اسناد، تعلیم، کردار کے حوالے سے اسناد/ خطوط جیسی دستاویزات کی تصدیق کی اصلیت کی توثیق کے لیے سرکاری و نجی شعبے میں اداروں کو تصدیق کی اضافی سپورٹ دیتی ہے۔

انجم نےاداروں کےفوری قدم اٹھانے کی حوصلہ افزائی کی کیونکہ قانون پہلے ہی نافذ العمل ہے: “وقت ہی سب کچھ ہے۔” مزید معلومات کے لیے ہم سے verify@docucheck.ae پر رابطہ کیجیے۔

سی آر آئی گروپ کے بارے میں

گزشتہ 28 سالوں میں سی آر آئی گروپ ادارہ جاتی تفتیش اور خطرات سے نمٹنے میں ایک عالمی رہنما کی حیثیت سے ابھراہے، جو چھ براعظموں میں نامور صارفین کے لیے خدمات فراہم کر رہا  ہے۔ سی آر آئی گروپ قانونی تکمیل، مالیاتی نتیجہ خیزی اور بیرونی شراکت داروں، رسد کنندگان اور کسی ادارے سے منسلک ہونے کے خواہشمند صارفین کے لیے کاروباروں کو تحفظ دیتا ہے۔

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1st phase of Green Line Bus Rapid Transit System project to complete in May

In Karachi, federally-funded Green Line Bus Rapid Transit System (BRTS) project’s first phase is expected to be completed by May this year and Green Line Bus Service will be functional from Surjani town to Gru-Mandir.

Our Karachi representative Muhammad Waqas reports that the construction work of first phase is in its final stage and now construction of bus stations is underway.

The Chief Executive of Karachi infrastructure Development Company Limited Muhammad Saleh Farooqui said that Federal and provincial governments are fully cooperating in this regard.

He said one of the key components of Green Line BRTS is the construction of State of the Art bus depot at Surjani town area near Abdullah Chowarngi.

Talking to Radio Pakistan Karachi correspondent General Manager of Green Line Bus Project Zubair Ahmad Channa said that major infrastructure work from Surjani to Gru-Mandir has been completed.

He said an underground bus station is also being constructed at Numaish Chorangi.

Source: Radio Pakistan

UN: Israel demolishes 6 EU-funded structures in January, 44 schools awaiting demolition

Jerusalem,Israeli authorities demolished six European Union-funded structures in Area C of the occupied West Bank in January under the pretext of lack of building permit while 44 schools have pending demolition orders, a report on Israeli demolition of Palestinian structures during January by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said on Friday.

OCHA said in another report also published on Friday on the protection of civilians in the occupied Palestinian territories covering the first two weeks of February that the Israeli authorities demolished or seized 25 structures in Area C and occupied East Jerusalem on the grounds of lack of building permits, including a donor-funded school.

As a result of the latest Israeli measures, 33 Palestinians, including 18 children, were displaced and another 135 were otherwise affected.

OCHA said two classrooms serving 26 Palestinian 3rd and 4th grade school children were demolished in the Bedouin and refugee community of Abu Nuwar, in Area C on the outskirts of Jerusalem on February 4. This is one of the 46 Bedouin communities in the central West Bank at risk of forcible transfer, due to the coercive environment exerted on them, including relocation plans by the Israeli authorities.

It is estimated that at least 44 schools – 36 in Area C and 8 in East Jerusalem – have pending demolition or stop-work orders. Of the other structures targeted during the reporting period, 15 were in East Jerusalem (Silwan, Beit Hanina, and al-Isawiya) and nine were in Area C, including in the herding community of Um al Jmal (Tubas) and in Wadi Qana (Salfit).

The six EU-funded structures demolished in January – two residential and four animal shelters worth about Euros 7,700 – were in the Palestinian Bedouin community of al Jiftlik Abu al Ajaj, in the central Jordan Valley. They were provided in response to a demolition that occurred a year ago.

The demolition affected a family residing in an area of this community, which is designated by the Israeli authorities as a ‘firing zone’; the road leading to that area was also damaged and blocked following the demolitions.

Another eight structures funded by the EU and its member states were served with stop-work orders and face imminent demolition on the ground they were being built without a permit.

OCHA said Israel demolished or seized 32 Palestinian-owned structures across the West Bank in January, approximately the same number of structures as the 2017 monthly average. As a result, 37 people were displaced and another 82 were otherwise affected.

It said nearly 60 percent of the structures, or 19 out of 32, were in East Jerusalem, all demolished on grounds of lack of Israeli-issued building permits, which are nearly impossible to obtain.

The largest incident occurred in the neighborhood of al-Isawiya, where the Israeli municipality of West Jerusalem along with the National Parks Authority demolished 12 commercial and animal-related structures.

Another two structures, two multi-story buildings under construction, were demolished in Bir Onah, a residential area within the municipal boundary of Jerusalem, which is physically severed from the city by the apartheid barrier.

Four incidents took place in Area C in January involving the demolition or seizure of nine structures were also on grounds of lack of Israeli-issued building permits.

In 2017, two EU-funded schools in the communities of Abu Nuwar and Jubbet Adh Dhib, in the Jerusalem and Bethlehem governorates, were affected by seizures on grounds of lack of Israeli permits, and a kindergarten in the Jabal al-Baba community in the Jerusalem governorate, not funded by the EU, was demolished.

Children living in other Area C communities lacking a school often must walk or travel long distances to reach their schools and are exposed to settler harassment or searches at checkpoints. These constraints undermine the quality of education and increase the chances of early dropout.

Meanwhile, during a military operation in Jenin city, reportedly aimed at arresting the suspected perpetrators of a shooting attack in which an Israeli settler was killed, the Israeli military bulldozed and destroyed another four structures, including three homes and a greenhouse.

Source: International Islamic News Agency

Afghan Refugees in Spotlight Amid Debate Over Sources of Unrest

WASHINGTON,ISLAMABAD, A security expert from the Afghan-Pakistan region said Pakistani officials are blaming unrest on Afghan refugees in a bid to divert attention from the real causes of militancy.

At a security conference in the German city of Munich Saturday, Pakistan’s chief of army staff Gen. Qamar Javed Bajwa said the repatriation of Afghan refugees could greatly help in curbing terrorism in the Pak-Afghan region.

“We still have nearly 2.7 million Afghan refugees in our country, whose concentrations are routinely used by TTA (The Afghan Taliban) and the Haqqani network to recruit, morph and melt (disappear into the refugee population). It is time for these refugees to be repatriated with dignity.It is the only way we can ensure that no one is misusing our hospitality and soil for mischief in Afghanistan,” Bajwa said.

But Said Alam, a security affairs expert based in Pakistan’s Federally Administered Tribal Areas that border Afghanistan told VOA that by pointing to the presence of Afghan refugees as a major cause, Bajwa tried to divert the world’s attention from Pakistan’s own “shortcomings” in taking effective steps against militant groups.

“Who are the foot soldiers of Jaish-e-Mohammad? Afghan refugees have nothing to do with the groups that are nurtured by [the] Pakistan army,” Alam said. Jaish-e-Mohammad is a militant group blamed for several attacks in Indian-administered Kashmir.

Afghanistan and the United States said Pakistan offers safe haven to the terrorist groups that launch attacks inside Afghanistan, a charge Pakistan denies.

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Hamid Saeed, former chief of Pakistan’s military intelligence and a defense analyst, told VOA that Bajwa’s statement regarding the Afghan refugees should be seen in the right context.

“There is evidence that terrorists hiding among the Afghan refugees were behind most of the recent terrorist attacks. Terrorists cross into Pakistan and stay in the refugee camps, making it humanly impossible to carry out any sort of surveillance,” he added.

Saeed said the logical solution to terrorism was for Afghan refugees to go home. But Dr. Ijaz Khattak, an international affairs expert, told VOA that mixing the refugee issue with terrorism is a poor strategy.”This will further complicate the issue, and the international community is not going to buy this narrative,” he told VOA.

On Saturday, Afghanistan’s president, Ashraf Ghani, pledged to bring back all refugees in Pakistan in “the next 24 months,” saying it will put an end to allegations the displaced community is a source of regional instability.

Pakistan hosts millions of Afghan refugees, half of them undocumented, and has been pressing for an early repatriation of the displaced population, saying their presence “helps Afghan terrorists to melt and morph among them.”

“In the next 24 months, my priority and goal is to bring back all Afghan refugees in Pakistan,” Ghani said in a televised speech Saturday. “We don’t want them [Pakistanis] to say refugees do this or do that. [We know] refugees are innocent. So, let us resolve to bring them back to solve this problem once and for all.”

Source: Voice of America

PAKISTANI FORCES KILL THREE TERRORISTS IN PUNJAB

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan, Feb 18 (NNN-PPI) – Pakistani security forces have killed three terrorists, in eastern Punjab province, in an anti-terror operation, the military said, Saturday.

An army statement said that, two paramilitary soldiers were also injured, during the exchange of fire, in Dera Ghazi Khan district, of the province.

The paramilitary troops, along with the Elite Police and intelligence agencies, conducted an intelligence-based operation, on a tip about the presence of the terrorists.

A statement from the army’s media wing, Inter-Services Public Relations, said that, weapons and ammunition were also recovered in the operation, which was part of the major offensive, “Radd ul Fasaad” (reject discord, in English), according to the statement.

The major operation was launched in Feb last year, to “eliminate the menace of terrorism from the country,” which, mainly targets sleeping cells of the militants, their supporters and financiers. NNN,PPI.

Source: Nam New Network

Murad Ali Shah opens new Dar-ul-Sukun building

Karachi, February 17, 2018 (PPI-OT): Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has said that the differently-abled children need our special attention, care and love so that they could be made useful citizen of our country. This he said while addressing the inaugural ceremony of newly constructed Rehabilitation Centre at Dar-ul-Sukkun located at Kashmir road this evening. He was accompanied by Minister for Social Welfare Shamim Mumtaz.

Murad Ali Shah said that on the fourth day in his office as chief minister he had visited Dar-ul-Sukkun. After listening to the problems, he had announced to extend every possible support to this institution [Dar-ul-Sukun]. “These are our children (special) and we have look after them so that they could establish themselves,” he said and added these are the prayers of these little angels that our country is progressing day by day.

The chief minister said that the staff members and administration of Dar-ul-Sukkun were dedicated and devoted persons this was why the construction of building has been made within a year and half. Earlier, the chief minister unveiled the plaque to inaugurate the newly constructed ground-plus two-story building. He visited different departments, portions and rehabilitation unit.

Murad Shah said that he was quite satisfied to see the Rehabilitation Unit of Dar-ul-Sukkun which was equipped with latest machinery. “You have set up your own medical unit to provide medical treatment to the children living here for which you deserve applaud,” he said and vowed to keep his support. “You are doing a great work and everyone needs to support you.”

The administration of Dar-ul-Sukkun thanked the chief minister for extending financial and other support which made the construction of new building possible. The chief minister was presented a souvenir on which is hand-made portrait was inscribed. The differently-abled children presented tableau to welcome the chief minister.

For more information, contact:
Press Secretary,
Chief Minister House, Sindh
Tel: +92-21-99202019(Ext: 336)
Website: www.cmsindh.gov.pk