SRINAGAR (MEDIA REPORTS ) Indian authorities need more time to restore order in Kashmir, a Supreme Court justice said on Tuesday as a security clampdown entered a ninth day since New Delhi revoked the region’s special status, triggering protests. The court is hearing an activist’s petition seeking to lift curbs on communications and movement
Srinagar, (KMS) In occupied Kashmir, the communication blackout continues on the 7th consecutive day, today, as internet and telephone links are snapped and media is gagged since August 5. The Indian government had snapped television, telephone and internet links to prevent demonstrations against its decision of revoking Article 370 of
ISLAMABAD ( MEDIA REPORT ) Business to consumer E-Commerce (e-B2C) is on the rise in Pakistan as 571 local e-commerce merchants were already accepting payments through banking channels as of end-June 2017, with cumulative annual domestic sales worth Rs 9.8 billion. In addition to that, transactions worth Rs 20.7 billion
QUETTA ( MEDIA REPORT ) In the first official briefing on the Quetta police training centre attack, Inspector General FC Major General Sher Afgun informed the press that the attackers acted on directions from Afghanistan and the initial investigation suggests the terrorists were affiliated with Lashkar-e-Jhangvi Al Almi. Geo news reported.
LAHORE ( HAFEEZ REPORT ) wi-tribe has announced the launch of Pakistan’s first ever, locally developed smartphone communication application, called “Hi App”. This indigenously developed app is poised to compete with the global players like WhatsApp, Viber or even Skype. “Hi App” allow its users to offer high-quality voice communication