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SC limits the ownership of SIMs to 3 data, 5 voice per CNIC

Advertisements Supreme Court of Pakistan issued orders to limit the number of maximum date and voice SIMs for every user in the country. Advertisements Zong, a leading cellular company in Pakistan, submitted a petition in the SC, seeking to limit the number of SIM cards. On hearing the petition, SC …

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27.5 million unverified SIMs blocked by PTA

As to maintain security measurements, under NAP National Action Plan, Biometric Verification System (BVS) was initiated by government. 27.5 million of unverified active SIM’s were blocked, as per policy the last date date for SIM verification was May 15, which was earlier revised for convenience of public. Total number of …

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Customs Team to interrogate Model Ayyan Ali

RAWALPINDI: The Custom Department of Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) has formed a special interrogation team to question model Ayyan Ali in Adiala Jail, Rawalpindi. Moreover, customs officials will also investigate senior officials of the commercial bank from where the foreign currency was withdrawn either by the model or someone …

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53 million SIM’s verified via biometric system

Islamabad: According to the Chairman Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) Syed Ismail Shah, more than 53 million mobile phone SIM’s (Subscriber Identity Module) have been verified via biometric system during the last 38 days. “Still a lot of progress remains to be made as the turnout of subscribers having three or …

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U.S and British agents approaches into billions of phones

FRANKFURT: American and British secret agents hacked into the internal computer network of the leading manufacturer of SIM cards in the world, stealing encryption keys used to protect the privacy policy such as- monitoring the calls, texts and emails of cell phone communications across the globe as reported by The intercept and …

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A volunteer force to relieve the IDPs on the largest scale settled by the Punjab government

LAHORE: The Law Minister Rana Mashhood has announced on Wednesday that the Punjab government determines to form the world’s largest volunteer force which will help the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in North Waziristan. It is announced voluntarily by the Vice-chancellors from public sector universities that they donate one-day salaries to …

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