Pakistan News Bites Thursday
Govt. Launches Chip-based Digital Driving License in Islamabad
The federal capital traffic police have launched a chip-based new digital driving license, to facilities to citizens of Islamabad.
The new digital driving license is equipped with all the latest security features. All the biometric information of the person will be now available on the driving license through an embedded microchip which will facilitate the traffic police to identify the driver.
Govt. Allows 6 Different Sectors to Avail 100 Percent Tax Credit
APS survivor Ahmad Nawaz elected to the Governing & Standing Committee of Oxford Union
The heroic survivor of the brutal Army Public School (APS) terrorist attack in Peshawar, Ahmad Nawaz, brings pride to Pakistan as he was elected to the Governing & Standing Committee of Oxford Union in the University Of Oxford.
A 20-year-old hero made the announcement in an Instagram post. Ahmad survived a gunshot in the arm during the horrendous terrorist attack on 16 December 2014, however, he lost his younger brother in the attack.