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  • Twin cities’ traders to join other cities in shutter-down strike

    “After all efforts failed to convince the government to look into our concerns, we organised a kind of all parties conference belonging to the traders’ community in Lahore on July 5,” All Pakistan Markazi Anjuman-i-Tijaran President Ajmal Baloch said...

    Support for the strike call on July 13 has been extended by traders from major cities including Karachi, Lahore and Faisalabad...

  • Spain third biggest destination for Pakistan’s exports

    ISLAMABAD: In an explicit outcome of the GSP+ facility, Spain has emerged as the third biggest destination for Pakistan’s exports proceeds during the financial year 2016-17, Pakistan’s Commercial Counsellor to Spain Dr Muhammad Hamid Ali said on Wednesday...

    In a statement, the commercial counsellor said Pakistan’s exports to Spain surged to $934...

  • Pakistan’s special athletes preparing for biggest ever Games

    KARACHI: The coaching camps for the preparation of Pakistan’s contingent of special athletes, which will take part in the Special Olympics World Games 2015 at Los Angeles, are being held these days at the KPT Sports Complex and will conclude on Saturday...

    The special athletes are going through training with lot of energy and enthusiasm and are hopeful about producing impressive results during the biggest ever Special Games...

  • Pakistan, India all set for cricket’s biggest showdown

    LONDON: The game that always ‘stops two nations’ comes again to a third when title-holders India face Pakistan in the Champions Trophy final at London’s Oval ground on Sunday...

    And the question millions of cricket fans around the world, possibly even a billion, are all asking is ‘which Pakistan will turn up?’...

  • Afghan opiates pose biggest challenge to Pakistan: UN

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan faces tremendous challenges in dealing with large flows of opiates from Afghanistan, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) says in its latest publication...

    The report “Afghan Opiate Trafficking through the Southern Route” released on Wednesday says along with Iran, the geographic location of Pakistan makes it a major transit point for trafficking of Afghan opiates along the southern route...

  • ‘Pakistan can be Bollywood’s biggest territory’

    This was said by Indian filmmaker Kabir Khan on Tuesday as he answered a series of questions put to him by Pakistani filmmaker Asim Raza during one of the sessions of MARCON 2016 organised by the Marketing Association of Pakistan...

    He said Salman Khan was a firm believer in the secular fabric of India and in friendship between India and Pakistan which led to the making of Bajrangi Bhaijaan...

  • Pakistan crush Ireland to register biggest ODI win

    DUBLIN: Pakistan on Thursday thrashed Ireland by 255 runs to register their biggest win margin and went 0-1 up in a series of two One-Day Internationals...

    Pakistan got off to a flying start with left-handed opener Sharjeel hitting a four and a six in the first over...

  • Looming water crisis biggest risk for Pakistan economy: WEF survey

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s ease-of-doing business is likely to be affected in the coming decade as the $300 billion economy struggles to mitigate imminent risks, according to a report released by the World Economic Forum (WEF)...

    The findings were tabulated after receiving responses to survey’s risk-related questions for the South Asian region – Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka...

  • 'Will build biggest dam in Pakistan's history': PM Imran kicks off construction work at Diamer-Bhasha Dam

    Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday vowed to build the "biggest dam in Pakistan's history" after kicking off construction work at the Diamer-Bhasha Dam project, adding that the project will also benefit the people living in Gilgit-Baltistan (GB)...

    The premier, during his address, vowed that with this project, the government was going towards building the "biggest dam in Pakistan's history"...

  • Fear and sweating in Pakistan's hottest cities

    After hours toiling at construction sites in 50 degree-plus heat, Lakhmir Brahmani finds little relief from the sun other than a donkey-powered fan during the dog days of summer in one of Pakistan's hottest cities...

    “Deadly heat waves could begin within as little as a few decades to strike regions of India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh, including the fertile Indus and Ganges river basins that produce much of the region's food supply,”...

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