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  • 'One manifesto, one symbol, one party': MQM, PSP announce plans for 2018 elections

    The leaders of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) and the Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) set aside their bitter rivalry on Wednesday to announce that they were gearing up for the eventual consolidation of their political forces and that they would contest the 2018 general elections under "one name, one manifesto, one symbol and one party...

    ""The modalities of this alliance will be decided in the days to come," MQM Pakistan chief Dr Farooq...

  • Murad slams PTI for causing price hike, unemployment in one-year rule

    KARACHI: Terming the one-year performance of the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf-led federal government dismal, Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah said on Sunday that the people of the country had gone through a most difficult time of their lives during the past one year...

    Information minister Saeed Ghani terms PTI’s one-year govt a tale of 365 U-turnsIn reply to a question, the chief minister said anywhere in the world particularly in the...

  • Moong pulse price hits all-time high

    KARACHI: The price of moong pulse has hit an all-time record of Rs220-260 per kg in retail markets from Rs180-200 per kg in the last few days, while flour prices in Sindh have failed to show any signs of easing despite start of releasing of wheat stocks by Passco to the province on the direction of the federal government...

    A wholesaler in Dandia Bazaar said moong price hovered between Rs210-225 per kg as compared to Rs170-185 per kg...

  • One-on-one contest for KP Assembly deputy speaker today

    PESHAWAR: The Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz are in one-to-one competition for the office of the deputy speaker of the provincial assembly taking place today (Tuesday)...

    He said under the law, every One-on-one contest for PA deputy speaker today scheme should be discussed with the chairman of the committee...

  • One 'agency man' killed, one injured in Badin car collision

    A man died on the spot while another was injured when an unidentified vehicle hit their car at the Mataro Bus Stop near Talhar town on the Badin-Hydeabad road late on Thursday night, police said...

    As a result of the collision, 'Inspector' Imtiaz Khan alias Mumtaz died on the spot while 'Sub-inspector' Saeed Akhtar sustained serious injuries and was shifted to Civil Hospital Hyderabad in a critical state
  • One Belt, One Road

    GEN Joseph Dunford, chairman, US joint chiefs of staff, recently stated at a hearing of the US Senate’s armed services committee: “I think in a globalised world there’s many belts and many roads and no one nation should put themselves in a position of dictating ‘One Belt One Road’...

    That said, the one belt one road also goes through disputed territory … that in itself shows the vulnerability of trying to establish that sort of a...

  • Pakistan extends support to China's One Belt One Road: Ishaq Dar

    The finance minister also extended unequivocal support to One Belt and One Road — a giant initiative undertaken by China for economic progress and prosperity...

    “Pakistan fully supports the One Belt One Road Initiative," said Dar while expressing his views over the reservations voiced by Indian Finance Minister Arun Jailtly on the vision of connectivity during a debate on Trade, hosted by CNBC...

  • One Belt, One Road: Japanese perspective

    In Beijing, the administration of Chinese President Xi Jinping has held its first-ever international cooperation conference under the theme of its “One Belt, One Road” initiative, by which it seeks to establish a huge economic bloc...

    He is believed to have a desire to help reinforce his own authority by successfully holding the “One Belt, One Road” conference, which he regards as his country’s greatest diplomatic event...

  • China invites India to join One-Belt-One-Road project

    NEW DELHI: Chinese Ambassador Luo Zhaohui has called on India to join its One-Belt-One-Road project and assured New Delhi that the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) would not impinge on anyone’s sovereign rights...

    Fourth, actively explore the feasibility of aligning China’s ‘One-Belt-One-Road Initiative’ (OBOR) and India’s ‘Act East Policy’,” he said...

  • One line, one refrain

    There may be some increase in the initial estimated costs, but that will not be too much of a burden given the fruits the completion of the project is going to bring us all...

    Are you saying we should have refused it?And if this does not put the ‘try-and-convince-me’ sceptics in their place, the next one sets off on the destination for the irrelevant, last nail neatly driven and all...

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