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  • Stocks fall as MSCI reduces Pakistan weight

    The semi-annual review of the leading global index provider reduced Pakistan weight in the Emerging Market to 0...

    In addition, the MSCI removed Ferozsons Laboratories, Pak Suzuki Motor Co and the Shell Pakistan from the MSCI small cap stocks...

  • US-Pakistan relations cannot 'bear weight of contradictions,' US official says

    R McMaster on Wednesday shed light on the US's recent change of tack with Pakistan, warning that Pakistan's relationship with the US can "no longer bear the weight of contradictions"...

    In an interview with Voice of America (VoA), McMaster said US President Donald Trump was "frustrated at Pakistan's behaviour" for providing 'safe havens' to some militant groups and using banned outfits as "an arm of [its] foreign policy"...

  • Pakistan maintains weight in MSCI EM index

    KARACHI: The MSCI Inc announced results of its 2018 semi-annual review whereby Pakistan’s weight in its Emerging Market (EM) Index clocked in at 0...

    Additionally, the country’s weight in the small-cap index was revised to 0...

  • Pakistan extends support to China's One Belt One Road: Ishaq Dar

    The finance minister also extended unequivocal support to One Belt and One Road — a giant initiative undertaken by China for economic progress and prosperity...

    “Pakistan fully supports the One Belt One Road Initiative," said Dar while expressing his views over the reservations voiced by Indian Finance Minister Arun Jailtly on the vision of connectivity during a debate on Trade, hosted by CNBC...

  • Indian state Maharashtra sets schoolbag weight limit

    MUMBAI: Children struggling under the weight of an oversized schoolbag is a common sight the world over, but now one Indian state has ordered parents to ensure kids lighten their load...

    The government of Maharashtra, in the west of India, has passed a resolution saying no child must carry to school a backpack that exceeds 10 per cent of their body weight...

  • Maharashtra sets weight limit for schoolbags

    MUMBAI: Children str­ugg­ling under the weight of an oversized schoolbag is a common sight the world over, but now one Indian state has ordered parents to ensure kids lighten their load...

    The government of Maharashtra, in the west of India, has passed a resolution saying no child must carry to school a backpack that exceeds 10 per cent of their body weight...

  • The weight of numbers

    ” The sentences spoken in utter wonderment and envy truly capture how, beyond a reasonable limit, it doesn’t really matter to us what utterly divine price tags we put on the purchase items in order to enhance their value and that of our own versions of it...

    The deal was sealed without the buyers as much as asking the first question, the one about the price...

  • PSX loses weight in MSCI review

    Within the MSCI Global Standard Indexes, MSCI removed Engro Corporation from the MSCI Pakistan Index and decided against making any additions...

    While Engro has been demoted to MSCI Global Small Cap Indexes, three other stocks Ferozsons Laboratories, Pak Suzuki Motors and Shell Pakistan have been removed from the Small Cap Index...

  • PCB throws its weight behind Amir ahead of World T20

    The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has thrown its weight behind Mohammad Amir amid calls for the embattled pacer to be excluded from the national setup ahead of next year's World Twenty20 in India...

    In a press release on Wednesday, the PCB called upon all the cricketers and commentators who are opposing Amir’s return to the Pakistan side, to soften their stance as the tainted bowler deserved a 'second chance...

  • Cabinet throws its weight behind PM

    The correction on the ICIJ website stated that: “Due to an editing error, a sentence in an earlier version of this story implied that the prime minister of Pakistan controlled an offshore company that appeared in the Panama Papers files...

    “Come the next general elections in 2018, the country will have enough electricity and gas, and massive infrastructural developments based on China-Pakistan Economic Corridor...

  • Shaharyar takes a somersault to throw weight behind PSL

    LAHORE: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shaharyar Khan, who had earlier termed the plans of hosting Pakistan Super League (PSL) as looking dicey, made a U-turn on Tuesday to say that the high-profile league is likely to be held at off-shore venues in Feb 2016...

    I have full confidence in the PSL being successfully organised outside Pakistan...

  • PPP throws weight behind beleaguered PTI over de-seating uproar

    ISLAMABAD: Angry opposition parties rivaling the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) are making a fresh attempt to bar the party from the National Assembly, after a judicial commission ruled against Imran Khan’s allegations of rigging in the May 2013 elections...

    Leader of Opposition in National Assembly and Pakistan Peoples Party stalwart Khursheed Shah today said the government should vote in favour of the PTI, adding that a political...

  • HRCP throws its weight behind activist held by Rangers for ‘terror-financing’

    KARACHI: The family and friends of human rights activist Saeed Baloch have not been able to find any links or evidence that would in any way connect him to financing terrorism or aiding gangsters — two of the three accusations made by the Rangers, said Human Rights Commission of Pakistan’s Asad Iqbal Butt while addressing a Joint Action Committee (JAC) meeting of civil society at the Karachi Press Club on Friday...

    Mr Baloch, the...

  • Governor puts his weight behind Rangers operation in Karachi

    KARACHI: A day after the issue of Pakistan Rangers stay in Sindh was raised by Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah and Muttahida Qaumi Movement chief Altaf Hussain, Governor Dr Ishratul Ibad in a meeting with the paramilitary force chief threw his weight behind the Rangers, while the chief minister, too, contradicted the reports of differences between the Centre and Sindh on the issue...

    Published in Dawn, July 9th, 2015On a mobile...

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