PAISA


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PAISAPublic Administration Institute Student Association (Louisiana State University)
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The rupee on Wednesday posted one paisa loss, enabling the dollar to trade at Rs110.
On Thursday, the rupee lost nine paisa on the buying counter but retained its overnight rate on the selling counter.
Another farmer Lalaram received a compensation of 50 paisa from the government.
The beneficiaries complained that all most all the authorized easy paisa shops had no waiting room, no drinking water and no wash room facilities due to which women from far flung areas had been facing inconvenienced.
On the basis of comments received from stakeholders either in writing or during the Open House Discussion and internal analysis, the Authority has reduced the ceiling of the domestic carriage charge to 35 paisa per minute from the existing 65 paisa per minute through these Regulations which will be effective from 1st March, 2015.
Sources said that some power distribution companies had also demanded of NEPRA to increase power tariff from 50 paisa to Rs2 per unit.
i4 per litre in Shikarpur, 73 paisa in Multan (Mehmoodkot), 17 paisa in Vehari, 37 paisa in Faisalabad, 38 paisa in Lahore (Machike), 66 paisa in Jhelum, Rsl.
As of now, 2 rupee and 5 rupee coins are 75 percent copper and 25 percent nickel, while 1 rupee, 50 paisa and 25 paisa coins are steel.
On Tuesday, the rupee managed to recover one paisa on the buying counter, while it remained unchanged on the selling counter, with dollar changing hands almost flat at Rs110.
The stamps with the title 'Salute to Army' had a denomination of 7 paisa, the second one with the title 'Salute to Navy with denomination of 15 paisa and third one 'Salute to our Air Force' with denomination of 50 paisa.
National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) has approved 70 paisa per kWh tariff for 660 kV 4000 MW Matiari-Lahore transmission line, source said to Research Analyst-PAGE.
Warid Telecom, Pakistan's most trusted cellular operator, has launched 50 paisa offer for the convenience of its valuable prepaid customers.