wtz at worldtimezone.com
Tue Apr 7 03:32:45 UTC 2009
Alexander Krivenyshev <wtz <at> worldtimezone.com> writes:
> Olson, Arthur David (NIH/NCI) [E] <olsona <at> dc37a.nci.nih.gov> writes:
> > You didn't miss a Pakistan update; as far as I know we don't yet have
> > anything that's government-issued.
> Some additional information according to today news from Pakistan Online
> International News Network, that Pakistan plan to introduce DST from May 2009
> till November 1, 2009.
> Summary sent to Cabinet for advancing clock by one hr in May: Pervaiz
> "Federal Minister for Water and Power, Raja Pervaiz Ashraf has said that
> the incumbent government is working on war-foot basis to overcome the
> shortfall of electricity in the country while the summary has been forwarded
> to the cabinet to advance clocks by one hour in May for adopting Daylight
> Saving Time (DST)."
> No loadshedding from next year: Ashraf
> "Federal minister for Water and Power, Raja Pervez Ashraf has said
> ..... that time will be reversed by one hour from the November 1. "
> (short DST paragraph news)
> Alexander Krivenyshev,
FYI: The News International - No. 1 English Newspaper from Pakistan
Tuesday, April 07, 2009
By By Khalid Mustafa
Clocks to be advanced by one hour from May 1
“Pakistan Electric Power Company (Pepco) had asked the government in March to
advance clocks by one hour from April 1 to cope with the power deficit. Pepco
wanted Daylight Saving Time (DST) to start from April one, but ministry put up
the summary before the Cabinet for approval after a months delay owing to which
the clocks will be moved forward by one hour from May 1,” a senior official at
Ministry of Water and Power told The News.....
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