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  • Dutch company to acquire Engro Foods Ltd

    KARACHI: A Dutch dairy cooperative is set to buy out food giant Engro Foods Limited with an investment of around $460million, in what would amount to the largest private sector takeover by a foreign firm in the country's history...

    FrieslandCampina International Holding BV intends to acquire a 51 per cent stake of Engro Foods Limited, one of the largest listed companies at the Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX), a notification on the bourse's...
  • AGP Ltd raises Rs2.8 billion

    KARACHI: AGP Ltd, a pharmaceutical company in the fold of OBS Group, has raised Rs2...

    At the gong-ringing ceremony at the PSX on Monday that signalled the start of trading of company’s stock, AGP Ltd share price quickly hit the upper circuit of 5 per cent to take the stock price to Rs84, from the offered price of Rs80 a share...

  • Pak High Commissioner to India meets PM to discuss Indo-Pak relations

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan High Commissioner to India Abdul Basit called upon Nawaz Sharif in Islamabad on Wednesday for a briefing on the state of Pakistan-India relations...

    Basit, who arrived from New Delhi early this morning, held a meeting with senior officials at the Foreign Ministry, briefing them about statements made by different Indian political leaders, including the spokesperson of the India Ministry of External Affairs
  • Dubai syndrome in Indo-Pak rivalry

    India was not the prosperous economy of Pakistani analysts’ imagination, however, when it was exerting its far more genuine influence in Africa and Indo-China through the heart of the Arab world and beyond...

  • Broadcasting rights issue no threat to Indo-Pak series: Shaharyar

    NEW DELHI: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shaharyar Khan said on Wednesday that the broadcast rights issue will not be a hindrance for December’s proposed Indo-Pak cricket series in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and exuded confidence that the two boards will sort out the matter soon...

    The revival of Indo-Pak cricketing ties has hit a roadblock after differences emerged between PCB and Board of Cricket Control in India (BCCI)...

  • Deadlock on Indo-Pak series persists despite fruitful talks

    DUBAI: The deadlock over a proposed series between arch-rivals India and Pakistan continued despite a meeting between the heads of the two boards in Dubai on Sunday, described as ‘fruitful’ but without a breakthrough...

    The newly-elected president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Shashank Manohar, who is in Dubai to familiarise with the working of the International Cricket Council (ICC), invited Pakistan Cricket Board...
  • No Indo-Pak cricket in 2016: BCCI secretary

    The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) secretary on Tuesday wrote off resumption of bilateral cricket ties between India and Pakistan in 2016...

    Thakur clearly said the two arch rivals will face-off only in big international tournaments
  • Sri Lanka possible venue for Indo-Pak series: report

    DUBAI: A meeting between heads of India and Pakistan's cricket boards took place on Sunday, with ESPNcricinfo reporting that Sri Lanka is believed to have come up as a possible neutral venue for the bilateral series between the two cricketing giants...

    No official confirmation has been received thus far
  • Indian group threatens to dig up pitch at venue of Indo-Pak World T20 match

    DHARAMSALA: An Indian group has threatened to dig up the pitch of the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium in Dharamsala to protest Pakistan’s cricket team participation in the World Twenty20 fixture against India on March 19, according to a report published on the NDTV website...

    The All-India Anti-Terrorist Front (AIATF), led by former minister Maninderjeet Singh Bitta, said on Friday that it would dig up Dharamsala stadium’s...
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