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  • North Korea’s claim on ICBM test plausible: experts

    SEOUL: North Korea has been working through 2016 on developing components for an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), making the isolated nation’s claim that it was close to a test-launch plausible, international weapons experts said on Monday...

    North Korea has been testing rocket engines and heat-shields for an ICBM while developing the technology to guide a missile after re-entry into the atmosphere following a lift-off, the...

  • Pakistan stocks close flattish in range-bound session

    The Pakistan Stock Exchange moved tentatively in the green on Tuesday, with the benchmark KSE-100 index gaining 86 points, or 0...

    The Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan had taken stringent compliance measures that brought in-house financing by brokers to a complete halt, leading to a dry up of liquidity...

  • N. Korea fires five short-range missiles into sea

    SEOUL: North Korea on Monday fired five short-range missiles into the sea off its east coast -- the latest in a series of launches ordered by leader Kim Jong-Un amid rising military tensions...

    The launches come just days after the North test-fired two medium-range missiles in what the UN Security Council described as an “unacceptable” violation of UN resolutions...

  • India test-fires long range surface-to-air missile developed with Israel

    NEW DELHI: India successfully test-fired on Wednesday a new long range surface-to-air missile capable of countering aerial threats at extended ranges, as Prime Minister Narendra Modi pushes to enhance the country's military capabilities...

    India, which shares borders with nuclear-armed China and Pakistan, is likely to spend $250 billion over the next decade to upgrade its military...

  • Stocks manage modest gains in range-bound trading

    KARACHI: The stock market remained range-bound with the KSE-100 index closing almost flat on minor gains of 31...

    Analyst Ahsan Mehanti commented that the higher global crude prices, upbeat financial results in selected oil, banking and auto scrips played a catalyst role in higher close at PSX despite mid-session pressure on account of MSCI downgrade of Pakistan weight in Emerging Market index, foreign outflows and surging trade...

  • UoP team discovers artifacts in Sulaiman Range of DG Khan

    PESHAWAR: An archaeological team of the University of Peshawar (UoP) during digging along Sulaiman Range in Dera Ghazi Khan has found relics it believes date back from the Stone Age to the British colonial period...

    The Acheulean Hand Axes culture is widely spread in various parts of Pakistan, especially in the Soan Valley of Punjab and Rohri Hills of Sindh where dozens of such implements are reported earlier, said Dr Jan...

  • Rupee trades range-bound

    Owing to continued dull demand and easy supply of dollar on the interbank market, the rupee traded range-bound after commencing the week on a stable note...

    Against euro, the rupee remained in a narrow range...

  • Rupee range-bound

    Marginal changes were observed last week on the currency market as major currency dealers sidelined themselves awaiting the budget speech of the finance minister...

    On the interbank market, the rupee witnessed a steady trend on the back of sustained capital inflows and somewhat restricted dollar demand amid low activities ahead of federal budget
  • Index sheds 65 points in range-bound trade

    KARACHI: The stock market remained range bound on Friday with the KSE-100 index closing down by 64...

    No major changes for Pakistan in the MSCI index review, Karachi bus attack incident of May 13 and aggressive selling by local funds dampened market sentiments...

  • Salt Range, Margalla Hills protect capital from heatwaves

    ISLAMABAD: As a strong heat wave continues to take its toll on the Indian plains, Pakistan is not under any immediate threat from the scorching sun, possibly because of the constant inflow of cool winds from Europe and Central Asia...

    “However, the situation changes as one starts to move further north towards Pakistan,” he said...

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