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Salary payment streamlined in KSA

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Saudi banks have asked local companies to provide approved lists of their expatriate labor force in order to meet requirements of the Ministry of Labor’s directive that says firms must pay workers through their own bank accounts.
Informed sources in the Saudi banking sector said yesterday that under the old system it was possible for companies to pay their staff in cash. “These traditional methods still put additional burden on commercial banks,” the sources said.
“The Ministry of Labor’s directive regarding payment to expats through their bank accounts will take much pressure off the commercial banks, which usually get crowded near the end and beginning of every month,” the sources added.
Salem Ba Ajaajah, professor of accounting at Taif University, said the decision to deposit salaries in current accounts would increase the money supply at banks that have many expatriate worker accounts.
“The wage protection system launched by the Ministry of Labor will further reassure expat workers that they will get their monthly paychecks on time. That in turn will increase productivity and motivate everyone to work harder.”
Meanwhile, the wage protection system for small and medium enterprises will be applied soon, after the large companies have adopted the system. Most of the country's eight million expatriates work for small and medium enterprises. The bank move comes after a severe crisis hit the branches around 18 months ago as a result of the Hafiz initiative. It lasted for 90 days.
The reason was that Hafiz beneficiaries had to open bank accounts to get their monthly payments. This resulted in long queues at banks.

Monday, April 15, 2013

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Here are the results from Wrestlemania 29, which took place at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey on Sunday, April 7, 2013. Announced attendance was 80,676.

WWE Intercontinental Championship: Wade Barrett vs. The Miz Winner: The Miz (new champion)

The Shield vs. Randy Orton, Sheamus and Big Show Winner: The Shield

Mark Henry vs. Ryback Winner: Mark Henry

WWE Tag Team Championship: Big E. Langston and Dolph Ziggler vs. Team Hell No (Daniel Bryan and Kane) Winner: Team Hell No

Fandango vs. Chris Jericho Winner: Fandango

WWE World Heavyweight Championship: Alberto Del Rio vs. Jack Swagger Winner: Alberto Del Rio

CM Punk vs. The Undertaker Winner: The Undertaker

Triple H vs. Brock Lesnar Winner: Triple H

WWE Championship: The Rock vs. John Cena Winner: John Cena (new champion)

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Saturday, April 13, 2013

Saudi Arabia: SR 100,000 fine for employers

Saudi Arabia: SR 100,000 fine for employers who hire workers not under their sponsorship

The Chairman of Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Saudi Arabia, Abdul Rahman Al-Zamil, has announced a new system of labor regulations whereby an employer will be fined SR100,000 if he hires workers that are not under the company sponsorship.

In addition, sponsors will also be fined if they give employees jobs that are not related to their experience. Furthermore, a new list of labor regulations and procedures will be soon announced in order to protect foreign workers and sponsor rights.

The fine will not be applicable to the sponsor in the event of escape by the worker, provided that the sponsor communicates this information to the concerned authorities.

Al-Zamil also mentioned that this system has already been implemented in the UAE with 50,000 Dirhams fine and if the offence is repeated, the same amount of fine applies again in addition to jail time. The Chairman of Chamber of Commerce in Riyadh added that the new penalty system would control the current chaotic state of the labor force in Saudi Arabia.

The Saudi Ministry of Labor stated that it will not be lenient after the 3-month deadline granted to correct the status of residency law violators. According to a proposal submitted by the Ministry, expatriates will have two options- either to leave the country immediately without a fine of SR10,000 or convert the visa to permanent resident status in the country, “AlEstiqdiya” newspaper reported.

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Tuesday, April 9, 2013

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Tax charged on every mobile phone in Pakistan – Rs. 1,000.

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Under these directions, every phone – which is a touch screen or has a 5MP camera or above – will be charged at a tax rate of Rs. 1,000.

Estimates suggest that FBR is likely to make Rs. 5 billion per annum with this new tax. It merits mentioning here that FBR is short of annual tax collection target of Rs 2.381 trillion and this is probably why it is unfolding every possible avenue to get its target.

Market sources say that even the cheapest cell phones – those imported from China – will come under the tax net and prices for a Rs. 2,000 phone will go up to Rs. 3,000 to 3,500 on average.

The step is likely to increase the cell phone prices in Pakistan by Rs. 1,500 to Rs. 2,000 and those who had stocks available with them are going to make several billions of rupees after this decision. The whole burden is to be endured by the end users of telecom sector who are already paying highest tax rates amongst all sectors.

Increase in tax is also going to promote illegal channels of bringing cell phones into the country, hurting the revenues of main stream mobile phone manufacturers such as Nokia and Samsung.

Commerce bodies and importers have already protested the decision and have demanded the government to withdraw the SRO. It maybe recalled that government of Pakistan had imposed Rs. 500 sales tax on every imported phone, which was latter cut to Rs. 250 per phone amid industry demands.

Rs. 1,000 Tax Imposed On Import of Every Cell Phone in Pakistan

Federal Board of Revenue has imposed a tax of Rs. 1,000 on every smartphone import and Rs. 500 on every feature phone that will be imported into the country.

An SRO issued by FBR said that “Government is pleased to direct” to charge sales tax on cell phones as following:

• Rs. 1,000 per cellular mobile phone in case of a smart phone or Satellite phone, where the term smart phone means a cellular mobile phone having following characteristics:
o 4GB or higher basic memory
o Touch screen
o Dual core or higher processor
o 5 Megapixel or higher camera
o iOS, Android version 2.3, Android Gingerbird or higher, Blackberry, Windows 8 phones or higher
• Rs. 500 per cell phone in case other than smart phone or satellite phone Here is the copy of original SRO issued by FBR:

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Tuesday, January 15, 2013


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Arrest Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf | Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court on Tuesday directed the authorities to arrest Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf, television reports said.

The apex court ordered the prime minister’s arrest during a hearing of the rental power projects case.

The bench ordered the arrest of 16 persons, including the premier, and directed the authorities to present Prime Minister Ashraf in court tomorrow.

The prime minister has been accused of receiving kickbacks and commission in the RPPs case as minister for water and power.

In the case, nine RPPs firms were accused of receiving more than Rs22 billion as a mobilisation advance from the government to commission the projects but most of them did not set up their plants and a few of them installed them but with inordinate delay.

In March 2012, the Supreme Court had held the RPP contracts non-transparent and ordered that these be rescinded.

The court had also ordered National Accountability Bureau chairman Admiral (retd) Fasih Bokhari to proceed with corruption references against those who were at the helm of affairs when the contracts were signed between 2006 and 2008 to overcome the energy shortfall through RPPs as a stopgap arrangement.

The unlucky ones who were expected to face criminal charges at the time of the apex court’s ruling included Liaquat Jatoi, Raja Pervez Ashraf as well as Naveed Qamar and Waqar Masood. During their tenures, down payment to different RPPs was increased from seven to 14 per cent.

Sunday, January 13, 2013

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Kuwait mulls over lifting ban on visas

Source Link: Kuwait mulls over lifting ban on visas Staff Reporter Sunday, January 13, 2013 - Islamabad—Kuwait is considering the lifting of restrictions on the issuance of visas to Pakistani workers, it has been reported. Nawaf Abdulaziz Al-Enezi, Ambassador of Kuwait, met with Pakistan’s Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf and informed him of the Gulf state’s intentions, according to media reports. Nawaf Abdulaziz Al-Enezi also informed the Prime Minister that a high powered delegation would be visiting Pakistan soon to recruit doctors, paramedics and workers. It may be called that Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf, during his visit to Kuwait on the sidelines of Asian Cooperation Dialogue (ACD) Summit, had taken up the issue of visas with His Highness Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, who had assured him of looking into the matter. While talking to Ambassador of Kuwait. Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf said that Pakistan and Kuwait enjoy close relations which are growing from strength to strength. In May 2011, Kuwait banned nationals from Iran, Iraq, Syria, Pakistan and Afghanistan from entering the country over fears political unrest in those nations could pose a risk to the Gulf state’s security. The blacklist included trade, tourism and visit visas as well as visas sponsored by spouses.

Thursday, January 3, 2013

Divorce and blackmail in Kingdom


JEDDAH — For many expatriates in the Kingdom, divorce is viewed negatively in their respective cultures and as a result many families and spouses are accused of using blackmail to avoid going through a divorce. Many women who spoke to Saudi Gazette said their husbands use emotional blackmail whenever talk of separation arises. Similarly, men said wives use children as an excuse to continue with a dysfunctional relationship.

“My husband blackmailed me and gathered my whole family, including my sick mother, when I asked for a Khula. He told me I have a sick ailing mother and I shouldn’t give her grief at this age. All of my brothers and sisters living in Pakistan and Canada told me not to file for Khula and to stay with him as his wife for the sake of our family name and mother’s health,” said Saaeda Rizwan, a 32-year-old Pakistani fitness trainer living in Dahran.

Rihana Saqib, a 35-year-old housewife from India said her husband refused to give her a Khula and said she has no choice but to live with him. “He threatened to take custody of our children and tell my family I cheated on him,” Rihana said while adding that Asian families tend to favor men and regard divorcees as a burden.

“My mother refused to have me back. She said I can go live on my own but I should not return to my family home as I will bring shame to the family name. Society thinks a chaste woman will live with her husband no matter what. Society hails women who are mistreated by their husbands or in laws yet remain with them.”

Saleem Arshad, a 25-year-old Indian engineer acknowledged the problems women face in getting a divorce, but said they should not give into emotional blackmail. “People in our society, even the educated ones living abroad have the same mentality. They pretty much believe in ‘sati’ where women are burned with their husbands’ dead bodies. Parents do not want their daughters to get a divorce for the sake of their reputation. It is inhumane. I am saddened by the very thought of it.”

Naeem Farhad, a 44-year-old Bangladeshi mechanic living in Jeddah told Saudi Gazette most men avoid divorce because wives blackmail them with their children. “When I wanted to divorce my wife she told me I was sinning as a father and as a husband. She said I am liable for my children’s future. I told her my children would live with me but she threatened to take her life and made me swear on my children. It was like a Pakistani drama TV series gone bad.”

Shahla Baig, a 48-year-old Indian housewife living in Jeddah said her husband threatened her with religion and family when she asked for Khula.

He said “If I remarry no other man would devote himself to my children and they will never be loved again. He also said I was too old to ask for Khula and that I will give his family a bad name.” Shahla said her husband instead let her live in his house as the mother of his children. “I am surprised he has not asked me to pay rent because I live like a tenant and we barely interact. I am living with him for the sake of my six children. But he still refuses to give me Khula whenever I ask him.”

Khadeeja Khan, a 25-year-old Pakistani graphic design student living in Jeddah said: “It is shameful to see how our society treats divorce. In Islam, a woman can remarry; she has the right, just like a man to live a respectable life with dignity. My Saudi friend who got divorced was married the same year. Her parents and brothers supported her. I have been trying to get a divorce for three years, but my parents said they will disown me the moment I take the step.” Khadeeja said her parent’s behavior has been the biggest setback for her emotionally. “Seeing how my own family treats me, my husband has lost respect for me. I don’t blame him. I blame our society.”