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  • NA passed 205 bills during its five-year tenure

    ISLAMABAD: Despite political controversies during the past five years, the 14th National Assembly of the country took up an unprecedented legislative agenda by approving 205 bills as compared to 134 and 51 bills passed by 13th and 12th assemblies during their five-year terms, respectively...

    As many as 182 government and 23 private members’ bills sailed through the house, says a report issued by the Free and Fair Election Network...

  • Stocks fall 205 points on economic concerns

    KARACHI: Contrary to expectations of jubilation over the oath-taking ceremony by the newly elected national assembly, the stock market opened on a gloomy note and continued to trade in the red throughout the day...

    The KSE-100 index lost 204
  • Vote count underway in Ghotki NA-205

    The vote count is underway and initial results have started pouring in as polling for the general seat of the Sindh Assembly — NA-205 — Ghotki, concluded peacefully...

    NA-205 covers PS-20 and PS-21 which were won by Ali Gohar Khan Mahar of the anti-PPP Grand Democratic Alliance (GDA) and his brother Ali Nawaz Khan Mahar alias Raja Mahar as a PPP candidate, respectively, in the July 25, 2018 general elections...

  • Ghotki by-poll for NA-205 seat concludes peacefully

    HYDERABAD: The by-poll in NA-205 of Ghotki remained by and large peaceful on Tuesday as soldiers were deployed inside polling stations in entire constituency for maintenance of law and order by Election Commission of Pakistan...

    Reports said that around 205 polling stations’ unofficial results had reached the two candidates...

  • PM opens work on metro bus route to new airport

    ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Saturday inaugurated the construction of a metro bus route to connect the federal capital with the New Islamabad International Airport near Fatehjang...

    6 kilometre-long route from Peshawar Mor to the new airport will be completed before Independence Day this year as the premier has already announced that he would inaugurate the new airport in August...

  • Hyderabad to have another museum as culture dept gets possession of Mukhi House

    HYDERABAD: Mukhi House, built in 1920 by prominent figure of Hyderabad, Mukhi Jethanand, has been handed over to the Sindh government, which will convert it to Hyderabad Museum...

    Speaking to the media, she said that an amount of Rs25 million was being allocated for the repair, rehabilitation and renovation of the proposed museum now when the Mukhi House had formally been handed over to the department...

  • Rest house upgraded to circuit house

    GUJRAT: The district council rest house has been upgraded to the level of a circuit house and additional bedrooms and other infrastructure will now be built there for temporary stay of government officers and other functionaries...

    The rest house was established by the Gujrat district council around four decades ago and was under its control since then...

  • Avenfield House or ‘tax haven’ house?

    LONDON: The family of former prime minister Nawaz Sharif is not the only resident of Avenfield House on London’s Park Lane who bought their properties through offshore companies incorporated in tax havens...

    According to the UK Land Registry record, the majority of flats in Avenfield House are owned by offshore companies incorporated in tax havens like Panama, the British Virgin Islands and Guernsey...

  • Parliamentary panel asks govt to give priority to CPEC’s western route

    ISLAMABAD: The Parlia­mentary Committee on the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor has recommended to the government that the western route of the project should be built as a dual carriageway at the outset and, eventually, there should be a motorway linking Gwadar with the rest of the country...

    A meeting of the committee presided over by its chairman Senator Mushahid Hussain Sayed was briefed on Monday by Chairman of the National...

  • Is APC new route for amendments, asks SC

    ISLAMABAD: A Supreme Court judge wondered on Tuesday if an all-party conference was a new route to seek consensus before proposing major amendments in the Constitution instead of getting a fresh mandate from the sovereign through elections before altering its basic structure...

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