LAHORE: The President of the Pakistan Muslim League (Qayyum Group), Khan Abdul Qayyum Khan, yesterday [June 21] made a three-point demand, namely that President should give a constitution guaranteeing strong centre and banning of all such political parties and groups as supported Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s Six-Points or otherwise had secessionist tendencies.
KARACHI: Special Assistant to Prime Minister (SAPM) on Political Communication Shahbaz Gill on Tuesday questioned the Sindh government’s budget estimates and rejected its claim of not receiving any financial support from the centre. Speaking at a press conference at the Governor House, he hit back at senior Pakistan Peoples Party leaders and key men of the Sindh government and came up with data and numbers to substantiate his claims and reject their statements.
ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court on Tuesday issued a contempt notice to a local leader of the Pakistan Peoples Party for his disrespectful outburst against Chief Justice of Pakistan Gulzar Ahmed and ordered the inspector general of Sindh to ensure the offender’s appearance before the court at the next hearing.
A month after he was arrested on federal charges that he submitted fake applications to obtain $3.8 million in Paycheck Protection Program loans during the covid-19 pandemic, a Scott Township man submitted a new loan application seeking a half-million dollars, investigators said. Randy Frasinelli, 65, now faces additional charges of bank fraud and is being held in federal custody pending a detention hearing on Thursday, according to our news partners at TribLive.
KARACHI: Opposition in the Sindh Assembly on Tuesday raised concerns over the toxic canal water in Ghotki, blaming the PPP rule for the untreated irrigation supplies that continue to damage agriculture produce in the northern district of the province. Sardar Ali Gohar Khan Mahar of the GDA blamed the Sindh government for failing to treat the toxic water flowing down into Ghotki canals from upper riparian Punjab.
A former Philadelphia man is accused of stealing nearly $1 million in loans meant to help small businesses survive the pandemic, spending the funds on diamond rings, a new car, and a Florida home, according to federal prosecutors. In an email, Brown said his lawyer could not respond by The Inquirer’s deadline for publication.
ALBERTVILLE, Ala. – Exciting news for movie lovers on Sand Mountain: dirt is now being moved for a new movie theater there. Albertville city leaders joined the development team to break ground on the new state-of-the-art Lucas Cinemas. News 19 first reported the 10-screen, luxury-seating theater in 2019.
Qatar, which has seen foreign direct inflows of $500mn in the last quarter of 2020, is looking at including more sectors under the public private partnership (PPP) mode, a move that will greatly help in enhancing the attractiveness of the country and trigger the growth, especially in the non-hydrocarbons segment.
Businesses, nonprofits say federal loan prevented layoffs, cutting services More than a year after COVID-19 shut down businesses and left organizations scrambling as restrictions limited what they could do, many businesses say they have the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan to thank for their survival.
A Tulsa man pleaded guilty Tuesday in federal court to aggravated identity theft in connection with a COVID-19-related business loan he sought from a local bank. Adam Winston James, 45, admitted in Tulsa federal court to his part in a scheme to fraudulently obtain a Paycheck Protection Program loan.
Scott man, out on bond after being accused of submitting fake PPP loans, charged with applying for another
A month after he was arrested on federal charges accusing him of submitting fake applications to obtain $3.8 million in Paycheck Protection Program loans during the covid-19 pandemic, a Scott Township man submitted a new loan application seeking a half-million dollars, investigators said. Randy Frasinelli, 65, now faces additional charges of bank fraud and is being held in federal custody pending a detention hearing on Thursday.
A community bank since 2000, Oak Bank understands the importance of communities supporting those in need. The COVID-19 pandemic hit businesses in our community hard and Oak Bank went straight to work helping clients with their Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans. “We take the community bank label and ethics very seriously,” says Jim McNulty, senior vice president, business banking.
Source: Getty Images The SBA (Small Business Administration) isn’t planning another round of PPP (Paycheck Protection Program) loans. Still, other programs are available to help your business recoup revenue lost during the COVID-19 pandemic. As part of the CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) Act passed in Mar.
Federal Information for Minister, Fawad Chaudhry has claimed that the “PPP and PML-N are fearful of overseas Pakistanis”. The minister, while addressing a news conference, said that overseas Pakistanis did not have faith in PPP and the PML-N leadership. Chaudhry spoke in a press conference after a cabinet meeting about the overseas Pakistanis and the impairments in the electoral restructurings.
PPP MNA Mandokhel seeks court direction for registration of FIR against PTI's Firdous Awan for slapping him
A local court in Karachi issued on Tuesday notice to Special Assistant to Punjab Chief Minister on Information Firdous Ashiq Awan and police officials on PPP lawmaker Qadir Khan Mandokhel’s application seeking the registration of a first information report (FIR) against Awan for slapping him on the set of a television talk show.
About a month after the Cares Act was signed into law and the first checks were sent out, I wrote an article that I saw inflation coming, that handing people money will become inflationary at some point. When I wrote that article, I didn’t know about the future rounds of stimulus checks, the supply chain damage of being shut down for a year or that consumer confidence would remain so high during a pandemic.
The owners of three purported Georgia-based trucking companies are facing wire fraud and theft of government property charges after federal prosecutors claim the couple set up shell companies to obtain $364,200 in funds through the U.S. Small Business Administration's Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). Curtis Porch, 48, and Dereen Porch, 43, of Columbus, Georgia, were arrested by federal agents June 14 after a federal grand jury returned a four-count indictment against the couple on June 9.
The full Rhode Island House will meet Tuesday to consider the recently proposed $13.1 billion budget for the upcoming fiscal year. Within the budget are millions of dollars for education, affordable housing, as well as the Department of Children, Youth, and Families. There are no major tax hikes but businesses who got more than $250,000 in PPP loans will have to pay a state tax.
Position Title: Senior Technical Consultant- Public Private Partnerships (PPP) in Supply Chains Classification: CCN (Local) Short Term Consultancy Level of Effort: 70 Days Location: Nigeria (with travel to 11 state plus FCT) A. Background: The purpose of the USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program–Procurement and Supply Management Project single award IDIQ contract is to ensure uninterrupted supplies of health commodities to prevent suffering, save lives, and create a brighter future for families around the world.
This week, the United States Department of Labor released the most recent jobs numbers that showed our nation had a record number of job openings in April at 9.3 million, surging by almost a million from the month before. This tells me a few things, but most importantly it shows that the job creators, which are largely entrepreneurs and small businesses, are delivering for our economy.