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  • LPG imports choke as prices soar

    ISLAMABAD: The consumer prices of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG), officially described as poor man’s fuel, kept on increasing for the second week running amid rising winter demand as the government sits on a cabinet decision to notify its prices and end its deregulation...

    Informed sources said the price increase was triggered by three major factors – the government’s inability to notify LPG price despite a cabinet decision of early last...
  • UK exit from EU could choke Asian investment

    TOKYO: Uncertainty over Britain’s future in Europe is unsettling Asian investors, analysts say, warning if voters opt in a referendum to leave the EU, the United Kingdom would lose a major drawcard for attracting foreign money...

    The United Kingdom — a gateway to the lucrative European market, with an educated workforce and business-friendly laws — has long been an attractive destination for Asian businesses looking to spread their wings
  • Construction, lack of parking choke Lahore roads

    LAHORE: The lack of parking space around places frequented by Lahorites, ongoing construction work on major thoroughfares without adequate or no alternate routes atop the reasons that have made traffic mess-ups order of the day in the Lahore city...

    A senior traffic police officer said there were 240 marriage halls, 309 markets, 897 bank branches, more than 4,500 private and 1800 government schools in the city that did not have any...
  • Dhoni inspires India to victory as Proteas choke in chase

    INDORE: Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni led from the front as the hosts fought back to stun South Africa by 22 runs in the second One-day International in Indore on Wednesday...

    India, restricted to 247-9 after electing to take first strike in good batting conditions, hit back to bowl South Africa out for 225 and level the five-match series 1-1
  • Apex committee resolves to ‘choke’ terror funding in Punjab

    LAHORE: The Punjab Apex Committee which met here on Thursday decided to ban all means of funding to extremist organisations...

    The first meeting of 2017 chaired by Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif reviewed during four-hour marathon deliberations progress on the steps being taken to eliminate terrorism, extremism and sectarianism in the province under the National Action Plan (NAP)
  • No need for fans to choke as Black Caps keep calm

    MANCHESTER: Kane Williamson and his Black Caps are making a habit of leaving it really late to clinch their wins at the World Cup...

    Perhaps they’re just making sure the people of New Zealand are paying attention to a run that has their team leading the standings
  • Light rain turns weather chilly in Hyderabad

    HYDERABAD: Strong winds coupled with light rain and thunder lashed Hyderabad and its adjoining areas late on Monday evening, inundating low-lying areas and increasing cold in the wake albeit briefly...

    The light rain with thunder and lightning lasted hardly 10 minutes while strong winds continued for half an hour...

  • Textile manufacturers disappointed

    LAHORE: The large-scale textile manufacturers on Friday rejected the budget for fiscal year 2015-16 as disappointing, saying that it did not contain any measure to help them reduce their cost of doing business and become competitive in the global markets...

    Speaking at a news conference, All Pakistan Textile Manufacturers Association (Aptma) Chairman S...

  • Sports goods manufacturers demand incentive package, ‘football village’

    SIALKOT: Sports goods manufacturers and exporters on Friday demanded a special incentives package for the Sialkot-based industry, with special focus on setting up a ‘football village’ with training and development facilities...

    Meeting a group of journalists, leading manufacturers and exporters from the north-eastern city in Punjab said the sports goods industry is in dire need of government patronage...

  • ‘Food manufacturers, hotels ordered to use iodised salt’

    Senior officials said they had planned a campaign against food manufacturers, outlets and eateries not using the iodised salt...

    “We have given a month’s time to the food manufacturers, hotels and shop owners to process or use iodised salt otherwise legal action will be taken against them,” said Dr Aijaz...

  • Tobacco manufacturers lobby to scuttle govt’s decision

    ISLAMABAD: The tobacco manufacturers are lobbying to stop the implementation of the government decision to have pictorial warning on 85 per cent of cigarette packets...

    At a meeting held on Thursday evening, the tobacco growers, manufacturers and other stakeholders spent hours to convince Minister for National Health Services (NHS) Saira Afzal Tarar that the decision on the pictorial warning was not in the best interest of the...

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