Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'regulatory'.

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • Help Support
    • Announcement And Help
    • Funday Chatroom
  • Poetry
    • Shair o Shairy
    • Famous Poet
  • Islam - اسلام
    • QURAN O TARJUMA قرآن و ترجمہ
    • AHADEES MUBARIK آحدیث مبارک
    • Ramazan ul Mubarik - رمضان المبارک
    • Deen O Duniya - دین و دنیا
  • Other Forums
    • Quizzes
    • Movies and Stars
    • Chit chat And Greetings
    • Urdu Adab
    • Entertainment
    • Common Rooms
  • Science, Arts & Culture
    • Education, Science & Technology
  • IPS Community Suite
    • IPS Community Suite 4.1
    • IPS Download
    • IPS Community Help/Support And Tutorials

Blogs

  • Ishq_janoon_Dewanagi
  • Uzee khan
  • Beauty of Words
  • Tareekhi Waqaiyaat
  • Geo News Blog
  • My BawaRchi_KhaNa
  • Mukaam.e.Moahhabt
  • Sadqy Tmhary
  • FDF Online News
  • Dua's Kitchen
  • FDF Members Poetry
  • Raqs e Bismil
  • The Pakistan Tourism
  • HayDay Game
  • عشق میری زیست کا حاصل
  • News
  • bayzz-a-jaan
  • DASTAK

Categories

  • IPS Community Suite 4.5
    • Applications 4.5
    • Plugin 4.4 Copy
    • Themes/Ranks Copy
    • IPS Languages 4.4 Copy
  • IPS Community Suite 4.4
    • Applications 4.4
    • Plugin 4.4
    • Themes/Ranks
    • IPS Languages 4.4
  • IPS Community Suite 4.3
    • Applications 4.3
    • Plugins 4.3
    • Themes 4.3
    • Language Packs 4.3
    • IPS Extras 4.3
  • IPS Community Suite 4
    • Applications
    • Plugins
    • Themes
    • Language Packs
    • IPS Extras
  • Books
    • Urdu Novels
    • Islamic
    • General Books
  • XenForo
    • Add-ons
    • Styles
    • Language Packs
    • Miscellaneous XML Files
  • Web Scripts
  • PC Softwares
  • Extras

Categories

  • General
  • Social
  • TV Shows
  • Gastronomy
  • Technology
  • Cience
  • Music
  • Sports
  • Eroticism

Categories

  • Islam
  • Online Movies
    • English
    • Indian
    • Punjabi
    • Hindi Dubbed
    • Animated - Cartoon
    • Other Movies
    • Pakistani Movies
  • Video Songs
  • Mix Videos
  • Online Live Channels
    • Pakistani Channels
    • Indian Channels
    • Sports Channels
    • English Channels
  • Pakistani Drama Series
    • Zara Yaad ker
    • Besharam (ARY TV series)
  • English Series
    • Quantico Season 1
    • SuperGirl Season 1
    • The Magicians
    • The Shannara Chronicles
    • Game of Thrones

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


Facebook ID


FB Page/Group URL


Bigo Live


Mico Live


Website URL


Instagram


Skype


Interests


Location


ZODIAC

Found 14 results

  1. Cyberspace Administration of China says Didi violated three laws concerning cybersecurity, data security and personal information protection
  2. Imports of motor spirit where customs duty at a rate of 10% is paid shall be exempted from regulatory duty
  3. SBP aims to enable banks, DFIs and MFBs to digitally submit their requests and receive regulatory decisions through a single window
  4. IMF is satisfied with the collection of the board, says FBR Chairperson Dr Mohammad Ashfaque
  5. All ministries concerned are preparing lists of luxury imported items on which the rate of regulatory duty will be increased, say sources
  6. Education Minister Murad Raas says Punjab will regulate fees and other matters regarding private schools through a regulating authority
  7. Flying a drone in India has been a pain, thanks to the Drone laws in the country. It's now legal, but there's a lot that you need to do before your drone takes its first flight. This is exactly why we don't have companies like DJI selling drones officially in the country. Well, the only drones you can fly in India that don't need to go through the tedious registration process are the ones that come under 'Nano' category. So DJI just made a drone so small and so light that it doesn't need regulatory approval, even in India. Meet DJI Mavic Mini, a drone that only weighs 249g and fits in the palm of your hands when it's fully collapsed. Despite the small form factor, the DJI Mavic Mini packs pretty much everything that you'd find on a normal DJI drone like the Mavic Pro or DJI Spark. As for the optics, the DJI Mavic Mini sports a camera that can record 2.7K videos at 30fps and 1080p videos at 60fps. You can also capture 12MP photos if that's your thing. DJI also claims that the Mavic Mini can stay up in the air for 30 minutes, which is the longest flight time we've seen for a drone. You also get 4km of max signal range from Mavic Mini, which is also great. © DJI The DJI Mavic Mini has front and bottom-mounted proximity sensors, DJI's entire suite of creative shooting, fly modes and even the return to home safety feature. We haven't had the chance to fly one yet, so we can't exactly talk about the experience, but we think it'll be more or less similar to the current DJI drones that are available in the market. The DJI Mavic Mini will release on November 11 at a starting price of $399. Even though you can fly it in India without any registration, we doubt if it will go officially on sale here. View the full article
  8. File Photo PESHAWAR: A top food inspection body in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa arrested two persons and issued notices to multiple retailers during an operation conducted Thursday night here in the provincial capital's Saddar area, its spokesperson said. As many as 14 shopping malls and popular food spots in the city were issued warnings by the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Food Safety and Halal Food Authority late night after officials of the food regulatory authority observed worsening conditions during their check. Further, two retailers were also arrested for violating health standards and stocking expired goods. The arrestees ? both butchers ? were arrested for selling meat without a doctor's seal, the spokesperson said, adding that dirt and cockroaches were discovered in their unhygienic meat storage facilities and freezers. Both retailers have previously disregarded notices and were, therefore, arrested during the latest round of inspection. They could be fined, their business sealed off or both, the spokesperson noted.
  9. A broken representation of the Bitcoin virtual currency ? placed on a monitor that displays a stock graph and binary codes ? is seen in this illustration picture, December 21, 2017. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/Files LONDON/TOKYO: Bitcoin fell as much as 20 percent on Wednesday, piercing below $10,000, while other cryptocurrencies took similar spills due to investor fears that regulators could clamp down on them in an effort to curb speculation. The world?s biggest and best-known cryptocurrency at one point lost 30 percent of its value since Tuesday. Bitcoin, despite some stabilization in late U.S. trading, was half its record peak of almost $20,000 set on the Luxembourg-based Bitstamp exchange a month ago. Ethereum and Ripple, the No. 2 and No. 3 virtual currencies, tumbled after reports South Korea and China could ban cryptocurrency trading, sparking worries of a wider regulatory crackdown. ?There is a lot of panic in the market. People are selling to try and get the hell out of there,? said Charles Hayter, founder of Cryptocompare, which owns cryptocurrencies. ?You have more regulatory uncertainty ... and because of these falls, you have these other fallouts,? he said, referring to the collapse of some cryptocurrencies in the recent slump in prices. Analysts at Citi said on Wednesday bitcoin could halve again in value amid the current rout, adding that a possible fall to a range between $5,605 and $5,673 ?looks very likely to be very speedy?. With South Korea, Japan and China all making noises about a regulatory swoop, and officials in France and the United States vowing to investigate cryptocurrencies, there are concerns that global coordination on how to regulate them will accelerate. Officials are expected to debate the rise of bitcoin at the upcoming G20 summit in Argentina in March. ?Cryptocurrencies could be capped in the current quarter ahead of the G20 meeting in March, where policymakers could discuss tighter regulations,? said Shuhei Fujise, chief analyst at Alt Design. Reversal of fortunes The current rout in bitcoin and other digital currencies was a far cry from their dramatic run-up in 2017 when mainstream investors jumped on the bandwagon and as an explosion in so-called initial coin offerings (ICOs) - digital, token-based fundraising rounds - drove demand. ?Bitcoin is deciding whether this is the moment to crash and burn,? said Steven Englander, the head of strategy at New York-based Rafiki Capital. Bitcoin has plummeted before. There have been nine instances including the current selloff going back to 2011 where bitcoin?s price was halved on the Bitstamp exchange. The last time was from November 2014 to January 2015. On Wednesday, Bitcoin fell as low as $9,222 on Bitstamp, its lowest price since Dec. 1, as CBOE and CME bitcoin futures tumbled to contract lows. The latest market losses stemmed from reports that South Korea?s finance minister said banning trading in cryptocurrencies is still an option and that Seoul plans a set of measures to clamp down on the ?irrational? cryptocurrency investment craze. Separately, a senior Chinese central banker said authorities should ban centralised trading of virtual currencies as well as individuals and businesses that provide related services. ?My conjecture is that cryptocurrency holders are trying to decide whether to abandon bitcoin because its limitations mean it will be superseded by better products or bet that it can thrive despite them,? Englander said. Bubble burst? While many observers say the recent falls show that the bubble has burst, those backing the nascent markets say that regulation is welcomed and wild price swings to be expected. ?The volatility of bitcoin - and other cryptocurrencies - is an expected, and important, part of the journey to becoming a mature asset class. We expect the volatility to continue throughout 2018 but fundamentally believe that bitcoin is still in a bull market,? said Christopher Keshian, co-founder of $APEX Token Fund. Ethereum, the second-largest cryptocurrency by market value, was down 15 percent since Tuesday, according to website CoinMarketCap. Ripple, the third-biggest, has lost 18 percent of its value over the past 24 hours and was quoted at $1.03, down from a high of $3.81 on Jan. 4. ?The run-up in bitcoin created a mystique of one-way trading which is being shaken, but the pricing requires faith that there will always be demand,? Englander wrote in a research note. ?This is far from guaranteed given the existence of alternatives with better characteristics.?
  10. People holding mobile phones are silhouetted against a backdrop projected with the Twitter logo in this illustration picture taken in Warsaw September 27, 2013. Photo: REUTERS SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Twitter Inc said on Tuesday it would add labels to election-related advertisements and say who is behind each of them, after a threat of regulation from the United States over the lack of disclosure for political spending on social media. Twitter, acting a month after Facebook Inc launched a similar overhaul of political ads, said in a blog post it would start a website so people could see identities of buyers, targeting demographics and total ad spend by election advertisers. Silicon Valley social media firms and the political ads that run on their websites have generally been free of the disclaimers and other regulatory demands that US authorities impose on television, radio and satellite services. Calls for that to change have grown, however, after Twitter, Facebook and Alphabet Inc?s Google said in recent weeks that Russian operatives and affiliates bought ads and used fake names on their services to spread divisive messages in the run-up to the 2016 US presidential election. Russia has denied interfering in the election. Citing Russia-linked ads, Facebook last month said it for the first time would make it possible for anyone to see any political ads that run on Facebook, no matter whom they target. The attempts at self-regulation by Facebook and Twitter have not satisfied lawmakers. US Senator Amy Klobuchar said in a statement that Twitter?s announcement was ?no substitute for updating our laws.? A Democrat, she is co-sponsoring legislation that would make disclosures mandatory. Twitter said its changes would take effect first in the United States and then globally. The new approach to ads would be visible in people?s Twitter feeds, where election ads would have the label ?promoted by political account,? the company said. ?To make it clear when you are seeing or engaging with an electioneering ad, we will now require that electioneering advertisers identify their campaigns as such,? Bruce Falck, Twitter?s general manager of revenue product, said in the blog post. Twitter said it would limit targeting options for election ads, although it did not say how, and introduce stronger penalties for election advertisers who violate policies. The company said it would also allow people to see all ads currently running on Twitter, election-related or otherwise. Twitter?s latest move would not tackle its longstanding problem with fake or abusive accounts that some users and lawmakers also blame for influencing last year?s US election. Unlike Facebook, Twitter allows anonymous accounts and automated accounts, or bots, making the service more difficult to police. Transparency by itself ?is not a solution to the deployment of bots that amplify fake or misleading content or to the successful efforts of online trolls to promote divisive messages,? Representative Adam Schiff, the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, said in a statement. Twitter said last month it had suspended about 200 Russia-linked accounts as it investigated online efforts to influence last year?s election. The general counsels for Facebook, Google and Twitter are scheduled to testify next week before the Senate and House intelligence committees.
  11. Tesla Inc's high-volume Model 3 sedan passed all regulatory requirements for production two weeks ahead of schedule, Chief Executive Elon Musk tweeted on Sunday night. ?(Model 3) Production grows exponentially, so Aug should be 100 cars and Sept above 1,500,? Musk said on Twitter. ?Looks like we can reach 20,000 Model 3 cars per month in Dec.? ?Expecting to complete SN1 on Friday,? Musk added. SN1 is the first car off assembly line for sale, a person familiar with the matter confirmed to Reuters. Musk said in May Tesla was on track to begin production of the $35,000 Model 3 in July. Tesla had said earlier, it expected to produce over 5,000 Model 3s per week by the end of this year and 10,000 vehicles per week ?at some point in 2018?. Reuters reported in February that the electric carmaker had shut down production at its California assembly plant for a week for production of the Model 3 sedan, to meet its target of starting production in July. Tesla's previous launches for its Model S sedan and Model X sports utility vehicle were hit by production delays and initial quality issues. That track record meant some analysts were skeptical about the model's July launch.
×
×
  • Create New...