April 17, 2018
ISLAMABAD – The Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered Jang-Geo Group owner Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman to ensure his presence on Wednesday in a suo motu case relating to delay in disbursement of staff salaries.
Rahman failed to appear before a three-member bench headed by Chief Justice Saqib Nisar on Tuesday.
A backache was bothering Rahman, and he could not make it here from Dubai at short notice, the court learned.
Tayyab Baloch, President of Press Association of Supreme Court, had sought the court’s attention to the issue of salaries at the media house where staff remains unpaid for the past three months.
In a hearing at the start of the month, the chief justice had ordered the news organization to pay all staff salaries by April 30.
Daily Times, February 14, 2018
So we are sitting at home, my wife and I, and convincing each other thank goodness we haven't been invited to that big dinner. So much better sitting at home but a bit surprising missing us out seeing how they invited the Munduls and they don't even like them, aaah, well, nothing like a quiet evening at home.Read more... | Archives