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Pakistan misses GDP growth target by 0.8 percent, sets 5.7 percent target for next year
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Pakistan misses GDP growth target by 0.8 percent, sets 5.7 per...

Men sit on top of a a pile of potato sacks at wholesale market on the outskirts of Islamabad March 7, 2014. Reuters/Mian Khursheed/Files ISLAMABAD Pakistan achieved GDP growth of 4.7 percent in the fiscal year ending in June 2016, missing ... Reuters India, 2 months ago

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Flash floods kill 43 in northern Pakistan, officials say

Pakistani labourers carry sacks of onion through floodwaters following heavy rain in Lahore on June 22, 2016. — AFP pic URSOON, July 3 — Overnight flash floods killed at least 43 people in northern Pakistan, the majority in a remote village that ...
 Malay Mail3 weeks ago

TV channel sacks Imran Khan's ex Reham over low ratings, lack of interest in work

Reham Khan, formerwife of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan, has reportedly been sackedby Neo News channel due to lowratings of her show Tabdeeli Reham Khan Ke Sath and persistent lack of interest in work, sourcesclaimed on Thursday. ...
 Pakistan Today1 month ago Reham Khan denies news channel sacked her over low ratings  Pakistan Today1 month ago Islamabad's 120-day sit-in prepared PTI for larger protests: Imran Khan  Pakistan Today4 weeks ago Nations are built through education not motorways: Imran Khan  ARY News.tv2 months ago

Cherat Packaging, BSW introduce PP sacks for 50 kg cement

Cherat Packaging Pakistan and BSW Machinery, the Vienna-based subsidiary of Windmöller & Hölscher (W&H), are partners since 2010 when Cherat Packaging added PP cement sacks to the po... Read More Source: Packaging South Asia - News
 Converter News2 months ago New 50kg cement sacks from BSW Mac...  China Plastic and Rubber Journal2 months ago
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England without Anderson

The Sky Sports cricket panel analyse the England squad that will take on Pakistan With James Anderson sitting out England's first Test against Pakistan at Lord's on Thursday with a shoulder injury, how might the hosts fare without their senior ...
 Sky Sports2 weeks ago Amir at his best for England series: Shane Warne  Pakistan Observer1 month ago Arthur will do it his way  BDlive1 month ago Arthur hails skill levels within Pakistan team  Gulf News1 month ago
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Shaharyar Khan gets Pakistan PM's nod to stay on as cricket board's chief

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shaharyar Khan has got the nod from Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to continue in his present position after speculations that he might step down in August on completing two years in office. A source told ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago Shaharyar trying to stick as PCB chief  The Nation Pakistan1 month ago Shaharyar gets Nawaz approval  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago PCB: Shahryar Khan gets Nawaz Sharif's nod to continue as Chairman  ZeeNews.com1 month ago
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Deccan Chronicle

Suu Kyi's Thailand visit highlights plight of migrants from Myanmar

Karachi, Jun 23 (PTI) A cash reward of Rs 10 million has been announced by Pakistan's Sindh government for information leading to the safe recovery of the abducted son of the Chief Justice of Sindh High Court or arrest of culprits. Chief Minister of ...
 Qatar Tribune1 month ago Pak announces 10 million cash reward for info on Sindh CJ's abducted son  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago Rs 10 million cash reward for leads on Sindh CJ's abducted son: Pakistan goverment  Firstpost.com1 month ago Sindh High Court Chief Justice's son abducted in Pakistan  The Hindu1 month ago
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Deccan Chronicle

Former ambassador harming Pakistan's interests in US, says Sartaj Aziz

Islamabad: Pakistan's former ambassador in the US was "lobbying against his own country" and "creating hurdles for the government", the country's top diplomat said on Tuesday, apparently referring to Hussain Haqqani who was sacked by the government ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago Ex-Pakistani envoy lobbying against his own country in US?  Zee News1 month ago Former envoy harming Pak's interests in US: Aziz  Business Standard1 month ago Former Envoy Harming Pakistan's Interests in US: Aziz  Outlook India1 month ago
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Thar people to get cards for receiving financial help

Home National Thar people to get cards for receiving financial help Jun 24, 2016 National Like Hyderabad—Pakistan Peoples Party's senator Taj Hyder has said that Sindh government to issue Thar card for extending financial assistance to ...
 Pakistan Observer1 month ago Financial assistance: people of Thar to get 'Thar Card': Senator  Business Recorder1 month ago HESCO made lives of people of Hyderabad miserable: Chandio  Business Recorder2 months ago

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