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  • Distributors slam third LPG price hike in 10 days

    LAHORE: LPG Distri­butors Association of Pakistan has expressed concerns over increase in the LPG price for the third time in last 10 days by marketing companies and has urged the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (Ogra) to intervene into the matter and stop those planning to further increase the price before start of winter...

  • Drugs court rules: Warranties by wholesalers, distributors sheer violation of laws

    LAHORE: Declaring warranties by unuthorised medicine wholesalers and distributors illegal and sheer violation of laws, the Lahore Division Drugs Court has directed the provincial authorities to stop this menace to prevent sale of spurious and substandard life-saving drugs...

    “It is of great concern that such unlawful warranties are being produced by chemists/wholesalers/distributors which have been making the cases more challenging...

  • LPG distributors give 72-hour ultimatum

    LAHORE: The Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) Distributors Association on Tuesday gave a 72-hour deadline to the government and marketing companies for withdrawing the illegal price hike or risk shutter down...

    Addressing a press conference, the association’s chairman Irfan Khokhar said that distributors will stop supplies to Lahore and Gujranwala divisions...

  • Pakistan, Uzbekistan ink agreements, vow to strengthen ties

    TASHKENT: Pakistan and Uzbekistan on Tuesday inked a joint communique and several memorandum of understandings (MoUs) to strengthen bilateral cooperation, avoid double taxation and enhance collaboration in many areas...

    The agreements were signed between the Trade Development Authority of Pakistan and Uzbek Ministry of Economic Affairs and Investment to enhance bilateral trade...

  • Pakistan, Norway ink MoU for 150MW solar power plants

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and Norway signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for construction of three solar power plants to generate a total of 150MW of electricity, said a statement issued on Tuesday...

    Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Norway's Prime Minister Erna Solberg witnessed the signing ceremony of a MoU between Scatec Solar of Norway and Nizam Energy of Pakistan to jointly develop the solar power plants on a build-own-operate...

  • ECP insists it delivered magnetised ink to ROs

    ISLAMABAD: As mystery shrouds many aspects of the magnetised ink fiasco from the 2013 general elections, the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) on Thursday claimed it had delivered the ink to the returning officers (ROs)...

    “The Election Commission was responsible for delivery of the magnetised ink – prepared by PCSIR in accordance with the specifications recommended by Nadra – to the returning officers and it fulfilled its...

  • Romanian embassy, APBF ink MoU

    LAHORE: Romanian em­­bassy and All Pakistan Bus­i­ness Forum (APBF) on Mon­day signed a Memoran­dum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate in areas of trade, heath, education, public diplomacy, culture, gender equality and development...

    The ceremony was chaired by Romanian Ambassador to Pakistan Emilian Ion along with APBF President Ibrahim Qureshi...

  • Hazara varsity, France to ink MoU on student exchange programme

    “Like Pakistan, France is also enriched in ancient heritage and culture and when our students will visit France and research on exotic pieces of history, their expertise will increase,” said Dr Idrees...

    He said the students of France would also visit Pakistan and do research on historical sites here and thus, paving the way for highlighting Pakistan’s ancient assets internationally, especially in Europe...

  • PMEX, Borsa ink MoU

    ISTANBUL: Pakistan mer­­­cantile Exchange (PMEX) and Borsa Istanbul have signed a memorandum of undertaking (MoU) to develop and improve capital markets in both the countries, said a press release on Saturday...

  • Unidentified men attack Muslim lawmaker from IHK with ink

    NEW DELHI: In the second attack within a fortnight, an independent Muslim lawmaker from India-held Kashmir, Engineer Rashid, had ink thrown on him by three unidentified men in New Delhi on Monday, according to Indian media reports...

    "People talk of Talibanisation of Pakistan, look what is happening in India...

  • India to use indelible ink to stop repeat cash exchanges

    NEW DELHI: India is to use indelible ink to prevent people from exchanging old notes more than once, the government said Tuesday, a week after the withdrawal of high-value banknotes from circulation in a crackdown on “black money”...

    The ink, also used to prevent repeat voters during elections, will stop people from circumventing the strict daily limits on cash exchanges and ensure honest people get access to cash, Das said...

  • Japan, India to ink controversial nuclear deal this week: reports

    Japan and India are set to sign a controversial civil nuclear deal this week, reports said Sunday, as the two Asian allies look to boost economic and security ties to counter an assertive China...

    India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe are set to sign a deal Friday that would allow Japan to export nuclear technology to the subcontinent, the Yomiuri Shimbun paper reported
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