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ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogISLAMABAD: Minister for Power Division Sardar Awais Ahmed Khan Leghari issued direction to assess the performance of distribution companies (DISCOs) and their CEOs in order to eliminate any mismatch in tariff, an official press release said on Tuesday. The performance of the DISCOs will be assessed on the basis of their success to bridge the gap in the sold and billed units, said the press statement. A performance review meeting was held today, following which the notification was issued. Leghari directed the CEOs of all DISCOs to submit quarterly tariff adjustment petitions during March with the National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA). This will also help in reducing the gap in billed and recovered amount by the DISCOs, said the statement. The federal minister directed the CEOs to ensure replacement of defective meters within seven days after it is has been declared defective, besides clearing the backlog of defective meters in their respective DISCOs by March 31, 2018. Leghari, also gave instructions to all the chairmen of the Board of Directors to make proper procurement plan for the next fiscal year and get it approved by April 15, 2018.
ISLAMABAD: The smog blanketing large parts of Punjab is not only affecting the air people breath but is also affecting power distribution. A statement released by the power division stated that the National Transmission and Despatch Company (NTDC) on Friday acted to save different cities of the country from a blackout after 200 and 500KV grid stations were affected by smog. The thick fog blanketing areas of Punjab is proving to be a challenge for the transmission system, added the Power Division statement. Four nuclear power plants, Chashma I-IV, have been shut down in addition to four other power plants producing 4,250mw of electricity. Due to various power plants being shut down, there is a likelihood of load-shedding increasing in the country. An emergency plan will be put into action to deal with the issues faced by power division, added the statement. Residents of various parts of Punjab continue to face health and commutation problems as smog engulfs most parts of the province, including province's capital Lahore. What is smog? Smog, also known as ground-level ozone, is a thick yellowish black fog which suspends in the air. It is caused when air pollution, emissions and fumes combine with fog and sunlight, forming a thick layer of smoke-like film in the atmosphere. According to experts, emissions from industries and vehicles and cutting of trees worsen the phenomenon. Smog continues to choke Punjab As many as 12 people have been injured in a traffic accident involving a tractor trolly due to smog at Vehari The Met Office has released a weather warning describing the smog ? comprising nitrogen oxide, carbon monoxide, sulphur dioxide and other aerosols ? as a result of cold high pressure in the upper atmosphere. Suspended matter accumulates in the lower atmosphere, colliding with water vapour which causes a chain reaction that produces smog. People may experience short-term skin and respiratory conditions such as eye irritation, coughing, throat/chest irritation and skin irritation as a result of smog. Health experts recommend artificial tears for eyes as one way of dealing with smog. The public is also advised to adopt preventative measures such as avoiding the outdoors and using face masks when going out, especially young children, elderly and patients.
waqas dar posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogThe Austrian government on Tuesday passed a legislation outlawing the use of garments that fully cover the face of women, such as the burqa, as well as the distribution of the Holy Quran in public. The provision is part of a larger integration law, work on which was not blocked despite recent instability in the ruling coalition that means parliamentary elections have been pulled ahead a year, to October. Starting in October, people wearing garments in public that cover a woman's face will be subject to fines of 150 euros (166 dollars). The move has received criticism from both political extremes, in some cases for not being tough enough, the Daily Sabah reported. Other parts of the legislative package prohibit distributing the Quran and require all migrants in Austria to participate in an integration year during which they would learn German and ethics. That measure is targeted at refugees and asylum seekers viewed as having a good chance at remaining in Austria. Read more: France’s veil ban goes into effect Asylum seekers would also be expected to perform unpaid public work. Anyone refusing to do so would lose out on benefits. The proposal is allegedly designed to make migrants better suited for the Austrian labour market. In Austria, Islam is the second most widely professed religion, practised by seven percent of the population or around 600,000 people, according to the Islamic Religious Community. The country has been spared the kind of extremist attacks suffered by Germany, France and Belgium. But fears and tensions have been growing over the past months, fuelled by anti-migrant campaigns of the popular right-wing Freedom Party (FPO). France, which has the largest Muslim minority in Europe [estimated at 5 million] in 2010 introduced a ban on full-face niqab and burqa veils in public.