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  • LSE okays integration scheme

    LAHORE: Pursuant to the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed by the three exchanges for creation of Pakistan Stock Exchange, the general body of Lahore Stock Exchange on Wednesday approved the Scheme of Integration of the LSE with the Karachi Stock Exchange as well as consequential changes in the Memorandum and Articles of Association of LSE to convert the residual company into a non-banking finance company, as from the effective date to...

  • LSE, ISE told to retain redundant employees

    ISLAMABAD: The Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) has initiated process to accommodate redundant employees of Lahore and Islamabad stock exchanges after the merger of all the three stock markets...

    While LSE and ISE will continue to exist as companies, work load at Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) will increase as it will be the main trading platform of integrated stock markets...

  • LSE plans to establish ‘Jinnah Chair’

    ISLAMABAD: The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) is considering establishing the ‘Jinnah Chair’ in recognition of the achievements of the founding father of Pakistan...

    The LSE director said they see a renewed hope in Pakistan...

  • Chinese group to finalise land for Lahore theme park

    LAHORE: A delegation of the Golden Bean Group of China will visit Lahore in January to finalise the location of a theme park for which the Punjab Board of Investment and Trade will help the company...

    Participants in an investment facilitation committee meeting held at PBIT office on Friday discussed establishment of the amusement park and an aquarium in Lahore...

  • Lahore court directs NAB to facilitate Jang Group owner's meeting with family as per law

    An accountability court in Lahore on Saturday directed the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) to facilitate the meetings of Jang Group editor-in-chief Mir Shakilur Rehman with his family members according to the law...

    On Thursday, Rehman had appeared before a combined investigation team of NAB at its Lahore headquarters at Thokar Niaz Beg and answered its queries for more than two hours...

  • PCB asks ICC to set up Dispute Resolution Committee over conflict with BCCI

    The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has requested the International Cricket Council (ICC) to set up a committee that will arbitrate in its legal dispute with the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), a top PCB official told DawnNews...

    In a notice sent to the world cricketing body, the PCB has asked the ICC to set up a Dispute Resolution Committee to adjudicate the matter
  • Myanmar takes foreign diplomats into conflict-torn Rakhine

    Myanmar authorities on Monday took foreign diplomats and United Nations (UN) representatives on a tour of conflict-torn northern Rakhine state, where a security crackdown has led to an exodus of more than 500,000 Rohingya Muslims...

    The latest violence began when a Rohingya insurgent group launched deadly attacks on security posts Aug...

  • FO tells Nato political settlement only solution of Afghan conflict

    ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office reminded the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (Nato) on Thursday that solution to the Afghan conflict lay in political settlement and not in boosting troop numbers in the war-ravaged country...

    “Pakistan believes that there is no military solution to the Afghan conflict, and a political solution is imperative for a lasting peace and stability...

  • Pakistan, Iran seek political solution to Afghan conflict

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and Iran on Monday underscored the need for a politically negotiated settlement of the Afghan conflict, besides calling for regional solutions for local problems...

    The Foreign Office said in a statement at the conclusion of Mr Asif’s visit that the two foreign ministers “agreed that there was no military solution to the conflict in Afghanistan and a politically negotiated settlement was imperative for lasting...

  • Mattis, Nato chief renew commitment to Afghan conflict

    At a joint news conference with Ghani at the presidential palace Mattis and Stoltenberg pledged the support of US and Nato allies to the Afghan conflict and expressed determination to stop the country becoming a safe haven for terrorists...

    The war turns 16 in October and America is pressing Nato partners to increase their own troop levels in the country to help Afghan forces get the upper hand in the grinding battle against the...

  • Putin warns of 'major conflict' over North Korea, renews call for mediation

    Russian President Vladimir Putin warned on Friday of a “major conflict” looming on the Korean Peninsula, calling for talks to alleviate the crisis after Pyongyang fired a missile over Japan this week...

    Putin said he feared the peninsula was “on the verge of a major conflict” and called for all sides to sign up to a mediation programme drawn up by Moscow and Beijing...

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