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  • Pakistan stocks up, but 'IMF-friendly' budget gets mixed reviews

    Stocks rose on Wednesday and the business community gave mixed reviews of Prime Minister Imran Khan's first budget aimed at securing a $6 billion bailout from the International Monetary Fund (IMF)...

    The government is seeking to stabilise a wobbly economy with the IMF loan agreed in principle but contingent on Pakistan pushing ahead with reforms and measures to curb ballooning current and fiscal account deficits...

  • Three reviews to determine Pakistan’s place on FATF list

    ISLAMABAD: Three separate evaluations currently in progress will determine Pakistan’s possible exit from the grey list of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) by the mid of October...

    A senior government official told Dawn that Asia-Pacific Group — the regional affiliate of the FATF — was currently conducting in Canberra (Australia) five-year mutual evaluation of Pakistan’s progress on upgrading its systems in all areas of financial...

  • US Congress report reviews Pakistan’s decision-making process

    WASHINGTON: The military has retained a dominant influence over foreign and security policies in Pakistan, according to a US congressional report releas­ed on Wednesday...

    Policymakers in Washing­ton also believe that the army will play a decisive role in determining how Pakistan responds to the Kashmir crisis and apparently that’s why the CRS prepared a brief for US lawmakers on the army’s role in the decision-making process...

  • Meeting reviews development agenda

    Sartaj Aziz said that in order to provide national ownership to the process, the targets should be closely aligned with Pakistan’s development needs and priorities...

    He said Pakistan ‘Vision 2025’ provides a holistic basis to guide this national endeavour...

  • CM reviews progress on Sahiwal coal power projects

    LAHORE: Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has said the two coal power projects are being set up in Sahiwal to generate 1,320MW electricity from them...

    Presiding over a meeting to review the progress of Sahiwal coal power projects here on Saturday, the chief minister said the promotion of industrial, trade and economic activities was essential for early elimination of energy crisis in the country
  • BBC reviews staff pay over gender gap

    LONDON: The BBC is reviewing employee pay after it was forced to reveal that male stars were paid far more than their female counterparts, damaging the British public broadcaster’s image and angering women employees...

    “These are difficult and often deep-rooted challenges, and they are not unique to the BBC, but I see this as a moment of real opportunity for us,” Director General Tony Hall said in a speech on Wednesday
  • Sindh apex committee reviews implementation of National Action Plan

    KARACHI: The Sindh apex committee meeting on Thursday, chaired by Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah, reviewed the implementation of decisions taken earlier regarding the ongoing security operation in Karachi and the National Action Plan (NAP)...

    Director General (DG) Rangers Major General Bilal Akbar briefed the committee on the ongoing security operation in the metropolis
  • CM reviews law, order situation

    LAHORE: Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif presided over a meeting at the Arfa Karim Software Technology Park on Thursday which reviewed an overall law and order situation and security arrangements...

    According to a handout, the meeting decided to expand the scope of use of information technology to the entire province for improving efficiency of police stations and provision of prompt justice to the common man
  • CM reviews solar energy projects

    LAHORE: Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif presided over a meeting here on Wednesday to review solar energy projects being set up in the province...

    The chief minister said that speedy measures had been taken to resolve the energy crisis and special incentives were being offered to foreign investors for increasing investment in the energy sector in Punjab
  • CM reviews rural roads project

    LAHORE: Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif on Sunday reviewed progress on Khadim-i-Punjab Rural Roads Programme through a video link in modern conferencing room at Punjab Information Technology Board situated at Arfa Karim Software Technology Park...

    This was the first meeting of the chief minister through video link in modern conferencing room set up at PITB, says a handout
  • Aseefa reviews Lyari’s sanitation issues amid tight security

    KARACHI: Aseefa Bhutto-Zardari, the younger sister of PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari, on Monday visited the party’s traditional stronghold, Lyari, where she reviewed sanitation issues, mingled with women and bought flags and souvenirs for children in connection with Pakistan’s 70th Independence Day celebrations...

  • Civil-military huddle reviews Muharram security arrangements for Karachi

    Law enforcement authorities from civil and military institutions on Tuesday participated in a high-level meeting held at the Corps Headquarters Karachi to review security arrangements for the month of Muharram, a statement issued by Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said...

    "Security should be tightened around places of worship, majalis and along the streets where mourning processions will be carried out," the statement quoted Corps...
  • Interior ministry reviews visa policy for Chinese nationals

    In the wake of the abduction and murder of two Chinese nationals in Pakistan, Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar during a meeting on Wednesday made a policy decision to review the conditions and requirements for the issuance of visas to Chinese nationals, according to an Interior Ministry press release...

    The decision comes days after Nisar had been informed that the abducted and murdered Chinese nationals were missionaries who were...

  • Corps commander reviews census process

    LAHORE: Lahore Corps Commander Lt Gen Sadiq Ali on Thursday visited different areas of Kasur city and reviewed the progress of census activities by civil and army enumerators, an ISPR release said...

    He appreciated the people for extending maximum possible cooperation during the process
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