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  • India, Afghanistan plan air cargo link over Pakistan

    India and Afghanistan are likely to announce an air cargo service on Saturday to help increase trade that both say is stymied because of their tense political relations with Pakistan...

    Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi were meeting in the northern Indian city of Amritsar, a short distance from the Pakistan border, for the Heart of Asia conference aimed at stabilising Afghanistan...

  • Afghanistan-India Air Corridor opens with first cargo flight

    An aircraft packed with 60 tons of Afghan plants with medicinal uses marked the opening of the first air cargo corridor between Afghanistan and India on Monday...

    The cargo, worth about $5 million dollars, was the first in what officials from the two countries hope will be many flights allowing Afghan and Indian companies to bypass Pakistan, which strictly limits the shipment of goods by land between India and Afghanistan and is often...

  • Afghanistan, India open air cargo link

    KABUL: An aircraft packed with 60 tonnes of Afghan plants for medicinal use marked the opening of the first air cargo corridor between Afghanistan and India on Monday...

    The cargo, worth about $5 million, was the first in what officials from the two countries hoped would be many flights allowing Afghan and Indian companies to bypass Pakistan...

  • Another air cargo ban on Bangladesh

    DHAKA: Germany has banned air cargo from Bangladesh following the lead of Australia and the United Kingdom...

    Back in March, the United Kingdom slapped a ban on air cargo from Bangladesh citing security reasons...

  • Amazon starts flexing muscle in new space: air cargo

    A cargo plane emblazoned with “Prime Air” descended from an empty sky at Lehigh Valley International Airport on Tuesday, ninety minutes from the bustle of New York City, loaded with crates of goods during the peak holiday shopping season...

    com Inc for a new cargo service to meet delivery demand from the retail giant's customers...

  • Air cargo agents call off strike

    KARACHI: Freight forwarders and air cargo agents announced to call off their strike on Thursday after an understanding with the government over the issue of 8 per cent minimum tax on the turnover of service industry...

    Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) chairman Tariq Bajwa held a meeting with representatives of Pakistan International Freight Forwarders Association (PIFFA) and Air Cargo Agents Association of Pakistan (ACCAP) in Islamabad...

  • Sharp reduction in cargo handling as land, air and sea routes closed

    ISLAMABAD: Export cargo handling at the Karachi ports declined nearly 42 per cent in the last 38 days owing to closure of shipping lines and order deferrals by international buyers...

    Karachi ports, which handle around 76pc of the country’s export cargo, have seen containers piling up at ports between March 22 to April 28 mainly due to order cancellations and non-availability of ships...

  • Pakistan’s power crisis: Trans-Mission Impossible

    Poor governance, incompetence, lack of transparency, distribution and transmission losses (a euphemism for theft), have made powering Pakistan a transMission Impossible...

    A recently released book by the Woodrow Wilson International Centre for Scholars (Wilson Center) reviews the energy crisis in Pakistan and raises the question if there is a way out of Pakistan’s endless energy crisis?A careful read of the book reveals that while...

  • Kaleemullah nets his first goal since USA move

    Pakistan attacker Kaleemullah Khan, on Saturday, netted his first United Soccer League (USL) goal, but still could not help his team, Tulsa Roughnecks, avoid a 3-1 defeat against San Antonio FC...

    Kaleem ended the Oklahoma based side’s three-match goal drought in the 49th minute with a simple tap in, after fellow forward Sammy Ochoa played in a low cross for the Pakistan international who made a well-timed run to make perfect contact...

  • Gay’s doping costs USA Olympic relay silver

    LOS ANGELES: The US men’s 4x100m relay team has been stripped of the 2012 Olympic silver medal because of Tyson Gay’s doping case, the US Olympic Committee confirmed...

    USOC chief communications officer Patrick Sandusky said the International Olympic Committee had notified the USOC of the action, which was no surprise after the US Anti-Doping Agency’s findings against Gay
  • Big guns rested as Germany face USA and Gibraltar

    BERLIN: Top Germany stars Manuel Neuer, Thomas Muller and Toni Kroos were notable absentees as Joachim Loew named his squad for a friendly with the United States and a Euro 2016 qualifier with Gibraltar...

    “It’s a well deserved rest with another big season coming up,” explained Loew, who used the trio to great effect in winning the 2014 World Cup
  • Oracle Team USA upstage NZ in key America’s Cup qualifier

    HAMILTON (Bermuda): Holders Oracle Team USA defeated Emirates Team New Zealand on Saturday to win the round-robin phase of qualifying for the 35th America’s Cup...

    The victory means Team USA will go into the America’s Cup match, which starts on June 17 on Bermuda’s Great Sound, with one bonus point...

  • The new Miss USA helps regulate nuclear power plants

    LOS ANGELES: The Miss USA pageant on Sunday night touted American diversity, and chose an African-American chemist with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to wear the crown...

    As Miss USA “my plan is to inspire and encourage so many children and women [to enter] the science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields,” she said...

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