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Giving details of the violations, he said Rs 44,99,400 fine was imposed for non fastening of seat belts by issuing 14,998 tickets; Rs 99,72,00 fine was imposed for using mobile phone while driving by issuing 3,324 tickets.
The provision merely says that the death penalty shall not be imposed unless for compelling reasons involving heinous crimes the Congress hereafter provides for it".
The spokesperson, in a statement, said that under the Income Tax Ordinance 2001, taxes are only imposed on cars.
In 2103 tax was imposed on Rs 131444578 moveable properties of Maryam Nawaz while moveable assets of Nusrat Shehbaz were worth Rs 10904230 in 2013 on which tax was imposed.
Therefore, the apex court is generally slow in entertaining challenges to taxes which are imposed by the appropriate legislature in apparent conformity with the provisions of the Constitution, he adds.
In the name of 3-language formula one language should not be imposed on others...#HindiImposition," he tweeted.
The ban has also been imposed on transportation of slaughtered animals from lower districts to Bunner and ban has also been imposed on swimming in Steefa Canal in village Totalai, Teshil Khadokhel Buner.
The Bagan MP expressed his surprise at Najib's complaint that he had to pay SST of 6 per cent for pau when previously, the Goods and Services Tax (GST) was also imposed on food items.
DC Mohammad Zubair imposed section 144 with an immediate effect prohibiting display of weapons in the limits of the district.
Malaysia, on the other hand, has an 8-percent corporate-income tax on the life-insurance fund, which includes investment-linked funds and 24 percent is imposed on shareholder's fund of a life-insurance company.
Bulgaria's Commission for Protection of Competition (CPC) imposed the record fine of over BGN 23 M on Bulgaria's state-owned gas supplier Bulgargaz, reports BGNES wire service.A The company was fined BGN 23 377 600 for abuse of dominant position by imposing dishonest commercial practices.A According to complaints of Bulgargaz customers from the Overgaz group and Sofiagaz, the supplier imposed on them contracts, which require them to consume even quantities of gas every day, or they would be penalised by a 10% price increase.
Congress has imposed many more new, unfunded federal mandates on sectors other than health care than on the health care sector in recent years, according to analysts at the Congressional Budget Office (CBO).