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FBR Automated System Fails : WEBOC performs Worse than PaCCS

FBR Automated System Fails : WEBOC performs Worse than PaCCS

The new launched automated system, named Web Based One Customs (WEBOC) by FBR  at Port Qasim has been met with failure. This automated system was launched so that the port consignments could be cleared automatically but even after 2 weeks around 450 applications are still pending. WEBOC was also launched last year at Pakistan Customs but had […]

July 25, 2011 | By | 4 Replies More
PaCCS Increases Tansparency, Reduces Discretionary Powers in Customs

PaCCS Increases Tansparency, Reduces Discretionary Powers in Customs

The Federal Board of Revenue’s multifarious efforts to meet the tax revenue target without further burdening industry and businesses are only possible if the system is automated. Shahid Hussain Committee report reveals that, there should be a shift from the manual system of operations to a fully automated and information based system. The manual systems […]

April 16, 2010 | By | Reply More

Google Chrome Operating System Review

Google has announced details of its new operating system, Google Chrome OS outlining what the new OS will offer. Focusing on speed, simplicity and security, Google aims to appeal to those looking for a lightweight operating system by being fast and clean, rather than checking for things that slow the system down for users keen […]

November 30, 2009 | By | Reply More
Risk Management System in PACCS is Highly Effective

Risk Management System in PACCS is Highly Effective

The Risk Management System in PaCCS is highly effective and in all the dubious cases of drawbacks, the PaCCS RMS system stopped the drawbacks and referred each case to Customs officials for detailed scrutiny.

November 23, 2009 | By | Reply More
Cellphone Firms Made Fake Entries to Meet PTA’s Deadline

Cellphone Firms Made Fake Entries to Meet PTA’s Deadline

The SIM Information System – 668 – that has ‘shockingly’ woken up most cell phone users to the fact that the total number of connections issued against their CNICs with different mobile phone companies is much more than they actually had applied for, is in fact a result of ‘fake entries’ the franchises had made on the ‘direction’ of their operators.

November 18, 2009 | By | 1 Reply More

Officially SIM Information System Launched at PTA Consumer Forum

Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) organized telecom consumer forum with a theme “Together for Consumer Rights” here today. Secretary IT & Telecom, Mr. Naguib Ullah Malik was the chief guest while Chairman PTA, Dr. Mohammed Yaseen presided over the Forum. Member (Technical) PTA, Dr. Khawar Siddique Khokhar, renowned poet Mr. Amjad Islam Amjad, representatives of Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Cellular Mobile and Fixed Line sectors, telecom consumer groups, academia and the media community also participated in the event. President Pakistan Consumers Association, Kokab Iqbal and representatives of Cellular, Fixed Line and Broadband Services gave presentations during the Forum.

October 15, 2009 | By | Reply More

Pakistan’s 1st Antivirus “Instant Virus Killer” [With Video Demonstration]

First time in Pakistan now you can give the students/employees full administrative access to computers with no fear 100% Guaranteed. Instant Virus Killer instantly revives computers in case of failure in just 10 seconds.

October 12, 2009 | By | 2 Replies More
Govt plans phone companies' role in terror watch

Govt plans phone companies' role in terror watch

The Federal government is planning to take strategic help from the cell phone companies in watch and surveillance of “telephonic communications” among terrorist networks and non-state actors in the country, sources in Interior Ministry told The Post.

The officials revealed that in the first stage the phone companies are linking all Subscriber Identity Modules (SIMs) and cell phone users with the verification system of National Database Registration Authority (NADRA) to stop possible communication through non-registered cell phone SIMs.

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