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  • Karachi costliest, Lahore cheapest city: State Bank of Pakistan

    KARACHI: Dispelling the impression that Islamabad is Pakistan’s costliest city, Karachi has emerged as the most expensive metropolis in the country while Lahore is the least expensive...

    “The CPI Inflation on year-on-year basis in federal and provincial capitals of Pakistan remained lower than overall inflation during June 2016 except Karachi,” said the Inflation Monitor...

  • Tablet market slumps as buyers find alternatives

    SAN FRANCISCO: Global sales of tablet computers fell for a fourth consecutive quarter, as buyers put off replacement or looked to alternative devices, a survey showed on Thursday...

    6 per cent year-over-year dec-line in tablet sales in the July-Sept quarter, with 48...

  • ‘Pipeline is the cheapest and safest mode for oil transportation’

    “Pipeline is the cheapest, safest and securest mode of [petrol, oil and lubricants] POL transportation, but Pakistan has not been able to transform this advantage to its own benefit,” OCAC Chief Executive Officer Ilyas Fazil said in a conversation with Dawn...

    OCAC chief executive says existing road tankers must comply with safety standardsAround 61 per cent of POL transport in Pakistan is being done via road, pipeline accounts for...

  • LNG: ‘cheapest’ turns costlier

    As if that was not enough, Petroleum Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi boasted before a gathering of foreign diplomats, businessmen, anchors and analysts that Pakistan had secured the lowest LNG price in the world...

    His cabinet colleague Khwaja Mohammad Asif, the minister for water and power, could not explain why if LNG was the cheapest, Nepra was criticising its power generation for being costlier than furnace oil...

  • 'World's cheapest smartphone' to be launched in India

    NEW DELHI: A little-known Indian company will on Wednesday launch a smartphone believed to be the cheapest in the world, targeting a market already dominated by low-cost handsets...

    India is the world's second-largest mobile market and notched up its billionth mobile phone subscriber in October, according to the country's telecoms regulator...

  • Only the cheapest travellers are fighting airline fees

    A low-cost, low-fare carrier such as Spirit Airlines Inc makes its living on passenger fees...

    That those fees, known as non-ticket revenue, dropped by more than $2 per passenger in the first quarter, compared to a year ago, might suggest a shift in travellers’ tolerance for additional charges
  • Ministers claim securing world’s cheapest LNG imports

    ISLAMABAD: The country’s energy ministers claimed on Thursday that Pakistan had secured the world’s cheapest imports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) but could not explain why its power generation was costlier than furnace oil-based electricity...

    Petroleum and Natural Resources Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said the price at which the country was importing LNG was the cheapest in the world...

  • Premium phone call scam ‘Wangiri’ does the rounds in Pakistan

    Warnings spread across social media and instant messaging services in Pakistan the past week as a notorious phone call scam resurfaced, targeting numbers across cellular networks...

    Scores of citizens reported receiving phone calls from international unknown numbers — a tell-tale sign of the Wangiri or one-call scam which calls people in the hope that they will return the call and be charged high call rates...

  • Indian envoy summoned over threatening phone call from India to Sindh governor

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan summoned India's deputy ambassador to protest over a threatening phone call received at Sindh governor's official residence from India, Foreign Office spokesman Qazi Khalilullah said on Monday...

    Muhammad Faisal, who informed the ambassador about the threatening phone call received at the official residence of Governor Sindh Ishratul Ibad KhanThe call received on October 23 threatened to blow up Governor House,...

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