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  • Parco to build Pakistan's ‘biggest oil refinery’ in Hub

    ISLAMABAD: The Pak-Arab Oil Refinery (Parco) will begin building Pakistan's biggest oil refinery in Balochistan's Hub area, Petroleum Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi confirmed to DawnNews...

    The federal government and United Arab Emirates (UAE) have 60:40 ownership of Parco, which will fund the project with its current and expected profits, the petroleum minister said...

  • Final of Parco Cup on 25th

    KARACHI: The final of the 6th Parco Cup cricket tournament 2015 will be played at DHA Moin Khan Academy on Saturday, April 25 between defending champions Parco and Byco Oil Refinery...

    Managing Director Parco, S...

  • Bid to steal crude oil from Parco pipeline foiled

    DERA GHAZI KHAN: Police foiled an attempt to steal crude oil from the Pak Arab Refinery Limited (Parco) pipeline in the Gaddai police area on Monday and arrested three suspects besides confiscating an oil tanker...

    Police raided a village house adjacent to Parco pipeline, coming from Karachi to Muzaffargarh, in the vicinity of the police station and arrested Noorul Rehman, Amanullah and Nazir while their accomplice, Sattar Khosa,...

  • Imran for including his name alongside PM in ToR

    SIALKOT: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has offered himself to be probed alongside the prime minister for financial matters if a judicial commission on the Panama Papers is set up...

    Mr Khan said the PML-N government was afraid of the terms of reference (ToR) put up by the opposition for the judicial commission, due to which the government was adopting delaying tactics...

  • Opposition to make public ToR panel proceedings

    ISLAMABAD: Opposition parties decided on Friday to go public with the deliberations held with the government during eight in-camera meetings of a parliamentary committee formed to decide the terms of reference (ToR) of a proposed inquiry into the Panama Papers revelations about offshore companies...

    “A decision has been made to put before the general public all the documents which came under discussion during the meetings of the...

  • Saudi-led military alliance’s ToR awaited, Aziz tells Senate

    However, responding to the points raised by various members during discussion on a motion regarding the terms of reference (ToR) of the Riyadh-based alliance and its impact on Pakistan, Sartaj Aziz, the Prime Minister’s Adviser on Foreign Affairs, told the Senate that the ToR had not yet been finalised...

    Senate Chairman Raza Rabbani wondered how a force had been raised and the former army chief sent to head the alliance if its ToR...

  • Panamagate ToR negotiations hit dead end

    ISLAMABAD: The 12-member bipartisan parliamentary committee assigned to formulate terms of reference (ToR) for the proposed Panama Papers commission seemed to have hit a dead end on Friday as both sides not only refused to budge from their positions on the issue of offshore companies but also accused each other of toughening their stance...

    Tariq Bashir Cheema, who represents the Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid on the opposition side,...

  • Bilawal asks govt to accept opposition ToR on Panamagate probe

    KARACHI: Pakistan Peoples Party chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari has asked the PML-N government to stop “wrangling” on the issue of Panama Leaks and accept the terms of reference (ToR) proposed by the opposition without further delay to “escape itself from the worst aftershocks developing due to its attitude”...

  • Senators unanimously approve motion for 12-member ToR committee as Rabbani leaves house

    ISLAMABAD: Senators unanimously approved passage of a motion calling for the formation of a 12-member committee to draft Terms of Reference (ToR) probing leaks from the Panama Papers on Friday, as Senate Chairman Raza Rabbani left the house in protest...

    The motion maintains that the committee will consider options for inquiring into issues raised by the Panama Papers including:Offshore companiesTransfer from Pakistan of funds...

  • Opposition meets tomorrow to discuss ToR, ECP members

    ISLAMABAD: Parliamentary leaders from all opposition parties will meet on Wednesday in a bid to agree on potential names for appointment as members of the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP)...

    The opposition will also discuss the issue of the Panama Papers inquiry commission and devise a common response — in case they receive a fresh invitation from the government to participate in the meetings of the parliamentary committee,...

  • ToR won’t be limited to Panama leaks: NA speaker

    “The ToR will not remain restricted to just Panama leaks, rather it will also encompass bank loans de­­fault and corruption cases,” Mr Sadiq told journalists outside the residence of former prime minister Yousuf Raza Gilani in Defence here on Sunday...

    He told a questioner that the parliamentary committee that would finalise the ToR stood incomplete as the opposition had submitted its nominations while the government was yet to do the...

  • Opposition warns of agitation over ToR standoff

    ISLAMABAD: Opposition parties on Monday impressed upon the government the need for a review of its position on the formulation of terms of reference (ToR) for the proposed Panama Papers inquiry commission, making it clear that otherwise they would be left with no option but to take to the streets...

    The PPP senator repeatedly said that they were for a uniform implementation of ToR after it was agreed with the government that all those...

  • PTI wants committee to prepare ToR by June 10

    ISLAMABAD: The Pakis­tan Tehreek-i-Insaf wants the Parliamentary Commit­tee on Panamagate to complete its task of preparing the terms of reference (ToR) for the judicial commission within the stipulated time...

    “The committee should complete its task around June 10 so that the issue that has been lingering on for almost two months can be resolved,” Mr Haq said, asking the nation to pray for the success of the committee so that the ToR...

  • Ready for talks, govt rejects opposition ToR

    ISLAMABAD: Rejecting the opposition’s draft of the terms of reference (ToR) for an inquiry commission on the Panama Papers allegations, the government indicated on Wednesday that it was willing to sit with the opposition to come up with terms of reference that were focused on eliminating corruption and did not target the prime minister personally...

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