ISLAMABAD ( BMZ REPORT ) The PSDP IT project titled “Establishment of Land Revenue Records Management Information System (LRRMIS) in the Rural Areas of Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT), Islamabad” was originally approved by CDWP on 27th November 2006 and continued to remain pending till the new Government took office and
Pakistan has just one percent broadband penetration. This dismal number lets down a population that will be approaching 200 million inhabitants soon. The good news, though, is that the central issues that are concerning existing mobile operators and potential new investors can be resolved before the auction takes place.
LAHORE ( MEDIA ) Telenor Pakistan is partnering with PLAN International to rehabilitate and improve the quality of education through ICT in middle-level public schools affected by floods. The project was announced at a ceremony in Lahore, which was attended by Punjab governor Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar, chief HR officer of
KARACHI ( MEDIA ) Cellular companies are not at ease with the government’s policy regarding new entrants in the country’s telecom sector as defined in the recently released Information Memorandum (IM), said an official belonging to a cellular company, requesting anonymity. The News clamied. Three telecom operators, including Saudi Telecom,