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  • Pakistan seem to be on right track: Wasim

    ISLAMABAD: Former captain and master of swing bowling Wasim Akram believes Pakistan team have managed to form an excellent combination and it looks they are on the right track...

    Talking to a news channel on Pakistan’s victory against Sri Lanka in first T20, Wasim appreciated the performance of Shoaib Malik, saying the experienced cricketer performed well after his comeback in the team...

  • ‘Pakistan needs to fast-track structural reforms’

    ISLAMABAD: United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (Escap) Executive Secretary Dr Shamshad Akhtar has said Pakistan needs to fast-track domestic structural reforms critical for regional trade and investment flows with a view to realise the full potential of regional cooperation initiatives...

    Speaking in Bangkok at a ceremony to mark Pakistan’s 70th Independence Day, which coincides with Escap’s 70th...

  • Pakistan on track to defeat polio, says official

    ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister’s Focal Person on Polio Eradication Senator Ayesha Raza Farooq assured the global community on Thursday that Pakistan is on the track to defeat polio...

    Addressing the World Health Assembly in Geneva, she said the Independent Monitoring Board which worked on behalf of international donor agencies and reported on performance of different countries every six months had appreciated Pakistan’s efforts for...

  • Pakistan, India set to revive Track-II dialogue

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and India are set to revive their Track-II dialogue for discussions on Kashmir and other outstanding issues...

    “The two sides have agreed to revive Track-II dialogue to explore ways of resolving issues that have been lingering on for a long time and need to be resolved in order to give peace a chance,” Adviser on Foreign Affairs and National Security Sartaj Aziz said at a press conference on Prime Minister Nawaz...

  • Pakistan cricket requires ten years to come on right track, says Mudassar

    LAHORE: Former Test all-rounder Mudassar Nazar, who was recently appointed Director Academies by the Pakistan Cricket Board, says it will take ten years to resurrect Pakistan cricket which is now touching its lowest ebb, especially in the shorter versions of the game...

    In his maiden press conference at the PCB headquarters here on Thursday, Mudassar while replying to a question said: “I think it will take ten years to bring Pakistan...

  • GDP growth in Pakistan expected to remain on track: ADB

    In a supplement to its ‘Asian Development Outlook’, ADB maintained that GDP growth in Pakistan is expected to be on track during the fiscal year ending June 2017, driven mainly by the service sector...

    In the previous Outlook published in March, the ADB forecast said that GDP growth in Pakistan was expected to accelerate modestly to 4...

  • Hope for talks between India, Pakistan after Track-II meeting

    ISLAMABAD: Experts, former officials and retired diplomats from Pakistan and India met here over the past three days for the Neemrana Dialogue — a Track-II initiative...

    Neemrana Dialogue is one of the oldest Track-II initiatives between India and Pakistan, which has Western origins and whose first meeting was held in Neemrana Fort in Rajasthan, India, in October 1991 with the United States Information Service sponsorship...

  • Pakistan, India commence Track-II dialogue

    ISLAMABAD: A two-day Track-II dialogue between Pakistan and India commenced on Friday...

    The last notable Track-II meeting between Pakistan and India took place in Islamabad on April 28-30, 2018, and was one of the oldest Track-II initiatives between the two countries...

  • On the right track?

    In the case of the latest Pakistan programme with the IMF, we have commended Pakistan for its progress in addressing its economic problems, while recognising that much more still needs to be done...

    Why such a mismatch in views?The end of last month marked the halfway point in Pakistan’s latest economic programme with the IMF, and my departure as IMF mission chief for Pakistan after three years...

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