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Faisal Javed Khan (Official), Member of the Senate of Pakistan also is Convener of France Pakistan Parliamentary Friendship Group. He is member of China, Singapore, Azerbaijan, South Africa Parliamentary Friendship Groups of Senate, shares his thoughts about the Pak Overseas Real Estate Forum and supports the idea of bringing the investment in Pakistan for better economic growth.
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“What seems to us as bitter trials are often blessings in disguise.” We are sorry to inform you that the event of Faisal Hills Family Festival and Musical Gala has been postponed due to the recent inclination COVID-19 graph. The new dates for the event will be announced soon.
Please wear masks and follow the SOPs so that we can get back together again and share our celebrations.
A high level meeting was held today between special adviser to PM for tourism Mr. Syed Zulfiqar Bukhari, Federal Minister Mr. Omar Ayub Khan and president PPHA Mr. Sajjad Shah along with Mr. Jehanzeb Nurzai for the promotion of paragliding and skydiving in Pakistan. The meeting was headed by group chairman Cutting Edge Mr. Arif Malik turned out very positive and fruitful. Government of Pakistan will be very actively engaging with PHPA for the promotion of paragliding and skydiving.
Islamabad: On 20/10/2020 Cutting Edge Group celebrated the event of inauguration of their new head office located at MPCHS E-11/3, 3rd Floor, Sara Tower, Islamabad. In 2009 CEG was established to fill the gap in the region’s communications industry, after different successful ventures in different metropolitan cities of Pakistan, CEG opened its headquarters in Islamabad.
Ch. Abdul Majeed who is the CEO of Zedem, International and also the Chairman of Faisal Town and Faisal Hills, who cut the ribbon as the chief guest and inaugurated the new Cutting Edge Group Headquarters. He highlighted the mega event of Faisal Hills Family Festival and musical Gala which is hosted by Faisal hills and organized by Cutting Edge Group, due from 12th to 15th of November, 2020.
He also participated in an exclusive interview with Mr. Taranjeet Singh, COO Cutting Edge Group and expressed his thoughts on the real-estate and implied that the achievements of Zedem, International and his projects would not have been possible without the support of his partners. Mr. Majeed also acknowledged the efforts of Cutting Edge Group and Chairman CEG Mr. Arif Malik on the successful pre-launch event of Faisal Hills Family Festival and Musical Gala.
Cutting Edge Group of companies which is an umbrella entity of other subsidiary firms which specialize in social, electronic and print media and provide Branding and Marketing services to different renown companies including Zedem, International and Faisal Hills.
QUETTA: Chief Minister Balochistan Jam Kamal Khan on Wednesday approved the Finance Department’s Public Financial Management Reforms Unit, emphasising the government has been focusing on adequate utilisation of provincial resources.
The chief minister approved the unit while chairing a meeting of PFMR Strategy and Action Plan, adding these reforms shall be implemented and strengthened in the province.
Additional Chief Secretary for Planning and Development Sajjad Ahmed Bhutta and Additional Secretary Finance Farrukh Atique were also present in the meeting.
“There is a need of reforms in the financial affairs of the province especially digitalisation of financial practices,” said Kamal adding the PFMR unit would indeed be a major step towards improving financial dealings.
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The additional secretary finance informed the chief minister the seven units led by a director each would work in the reforms unit that would ensure implementation of the reforms strategy with contribution of various stakeholders.
The unit has responsibilities to pave way for reforms in tax unit policy and reforms, debt management investment and risk assessment, budget, audit, pension automation and information technology sectors.
“Fortunately Balochistan has vast space for tourism development and with keen attention the tourism sector might turn into a prime source of income for the province’s faltering economy,” said CM Jam Kamal in a meeting with CEO of Pakistan Tourism Dialogue Organisation Arif Malik on Wednesday.
The chief minister said the government of Balochistan has been seriously working to clinch the attention of national and international tourists while taking solid measures to introduce provincial tourism spots before the world.
He added the government is also planning to establish a tourism authority and organise tourism conferences while discussing tourism related matters with Malik.
Provincial ministers Zahoor Buledi and Abdul Khaliq Hazara accompanied Kamal in the meeting.
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The chief minister further highlighted the province is fortunate to have a prolonged coastal strip, towering mountains, historic Mehar Garh and desert, adding that all these spots can be turned into a hub for international tourists.
“Lack of basic structure and ineffective policies have Balochistan’s magnificence away from national and international attention,” said Kamal, adding the current government has been taking timely measures to develop tourism with support of the private sector.
He also announced plans of establishing a training institute for people in the field of tourism.
Lauding the government’s efforts CEO Pakistan Tourism Dialogue Organisation Arif Malik invited the chief minister to an international tourism exhibition to be held in Islamabad in April where provincial tourism spots would be highlighted.
Kamal accepted the invitation and said, “The provincial government would participate in the conference.”