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    Ddamas Jewellery Prices In Pakistan 1960

  • Pakistan recognised ICJ remit in 1960: AG

    ISLAMABAD: Attorney General Ashtar Ausaf has said that Pakistan signed the March 29 declaration with the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to create firewalls for the first time and national security concern was among the reservations listed by Islamabad over the world court’s jurisdiction in the case of Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav...

    Dispelling the impression that Pakistan agreed to the jurisdiction of the ICJ in such cases only...

  • UK inflation turns negative for first time since 1960

    Prices were pushed into negative territory on the back of falling transport services — notably air and sea fares — and the earlier timing of Easter...

    The ONS added that it was the first time that inflation has turned negative since 1960, citing comparable historic estimates...

  • Jewellery shop looted on Tariq Road

    KARACHI: Nearly half a dozen gunmen stormed into a jewellery shop on Tariq Road on Monday afternoon, held inmates hostage at gunpoint and took away gold ornaments, according to the Ferozabad police...

    The Gulshan SP said it was ‘alarming’ to note that the owner had not installed at his shop an ‘electronic lock’, which was contrary to the general practice adopted by jewellery shops in the city...

  • Gold price hike slows down jewellery sales

    Karachi: Gold prices on Thursday climbed up to Rs52,650 per tola and Rs 45,128 per 10 grams, up by Rs450 per tola and Rs386 per 10gm as compared to the price prevailing on Wednesday...

    From September 1 till 7, gold price saw a jump of Rs1,250 per tola and Rs1,071 per 10gm owing to $24 per ounce rise in world prices...

  • ‘Jalalabad gang’ targets jewellery shops

    FAISALABAD: Police are in search of a gang that belongs to Jalalabad, Afghanistan and has plundered jewellery from shops in Faisalabad and other parts of Punjab and KP...

    Two members of the gang who were working as guards at jewellery shops in Faisalabad have been arrested and they have revealed about the gang which operates in police uniform...

  • Jewellery inspired from Indus civilisation exhibited

    ISLAMABAD: An exhibition held at the Nomad Art Gallery blended together fashion, art and history to create a line of jewellery inspired by the ancient Indus Valley civilisation...

    Each series corresponded with a unique aspect of Harappan history and mythology, and the materials used were the same as those used in ancient Harappan jewellery...

  • Young graduate wants to replicate ancient art in jewellery

    MINGORA: Alizai Bilal Khan, a graduate in gems and jewellery design from Pakistan Institute of Fashion and Design Lahore, is determined to introduce the nifty art in the craving of Gandhara civilisation and floral designs of ancient Swat art to the world by replicating it in fine jewellery...

    Under the theme of ‘Legacy of Pakhtun Jewellery’, the young graduate has undertaken the task to introduce a new form of jewellery by...

  • Gems and jewellery exhibition begins

    PESHAWAR: A three-day gems and jewellery exhibition “Jashn-i-Khyber”, organised by the Gemological Association of Pakistan (GAP), started at Nishtar Hall here on Friday...

    According to the organisers, at least 100 stalls had been set up in the hall where people dealing in business of the precious stones had displayed the gems and jewellery besides other items...

  • Tax ombudsman finds irregularities in jewellery trade, recommends probe against FBR officials

    FTO Mushtaq Ahmad Sukhera, exercising his jurisdiction, began investigations into the alleged systemic maladministration in cases detected against gold/jewellery exporters and failure of the FBR in the regard to take due action against violation of import and export policy orders under the Customs Act, 1969...

    The suo moto jurisdiction was taken after a media report alleged misuse of import-cum-export facility of gold, jewellery and...

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