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Pakistan gets $1.2bn offers for HBL shares
Arab News

Pakistan Okays $1.02 Bln HBL Divestment

Pakistan's Cabinet Committee on Privatization in its meeting chaired by Finance Minister, Ishaq Dar, on Saturday approved strike price of 168 Pakistani rupees per share for divestment of 609 million GoP residual shares in HBL, formerly known as ... RTTNews.com, 3 weeks ago
Pakistan gets $1.2b offers for HBL shares Bangladesh Daily Star, 3 weeks ago
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Daily Times

SAARC countries cabinet secretaries, naval chief meet PM

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said that Pakistan considers SAARC as an important vehicle for regional cooperation and achieving peace, progress and stability in the region. Pakistan wishes to see SAARC as a vibrant regional ...
 Daily Times2 weeks ago Pakistan, Qatar sign accords to boost economic cooperation  Daily Times1 month ago PM wants to boost ties with Qatar in various fields  DAWN Group1 month ago Pakistan, Qatar to boost defence co-op  The Nation Pakistan1 month ago
The Nation Pakistan

Pakistani Paper Reports Giving 3 Provinces, 30pc Share To Cabinet For Taliban; No Proposal To Taliban, Aabidi

Tuesday March 10, 2015 Kabul (BNA) A Pakistan newspaper The Pakistan Express, had reported giving three provinces and 30 percent share for the Taliban in Afghanistan cabinet as part of agreement peace process. According the newspaper, the ...
 Bakhtar News Agency1 month ago SC rejects petition of Pakistanis stranded in BD  The Nation Pakistan1 month ago Pakistan Supreme Court seeks report on Biharis in Bangladesh  Asian Age2 months ago Repatriation from BD: Incensed petitioner might approach ICJ  The Express Tribune4 weeks ago
Daily Outlook

Pakistan to Register Illegal Refugees in a Month

KABUL - Pakistan has promised not to coerce Afghan refugees into repatriation, a cabinet member said on Saturday, a day after returning from Islamabad. Minister of Refugees and Repatriation Syed Hussein Alami Balkhi told journalists in Kabul ...
 Daily Outlook1 month ago Pakistan to register nearly one million Afghan refugees: officials  Business Recorder1 month ago Pakistan to register nearly 1 million unregistered Afghans: officials  China.org.cn1 month ago Kabul wants extension of refugees stay, registration of undocumented Afghans  The Express Tribune1 month ago
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Saudi minister begins talks in Pakistan on Yemen conflict

A Saudi cabinet minister will open talks in Islamabad later Monday on the Yemen conflict days after Pakistan's parliament unanimously urged the government to maintain neutrality in the Saudi-led war on Shiite Houthis in Yemen. Saudi Arabia had ...
 China.org.cn2 weeks ago XINHUA - Saudi minister begins talks in Pakistan on Yemen conflict  Namibia Press Agency2 weeks ago Yemen conflict: Pakistan's priorities  DAWN Group3 weeks ago Will of parliament: 'Stay out of Yemen conflict' - The Express Tribune  Social Dashboard3 weeks ago
DAWN Group

Nisar terms UAE minister's remarks unacceptable

ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan has termed the remarks of a UAE cabinet minister over Pakistan's stance in the Yemen crisis as threatening, unacceptable and an insult to the Pakistani nation. The Pakistani nation is an ...
 DAWN Group2 weeks ago Parliament watch: Nisar disappears, then reappears in media spotlight  DAWN Group2 weeks ago Govt will take Imran Farooq murder case to its logical end  Daily Times2 weeks ago Senate session: Nisar draws praise for response to UAE minister  The Express Tribune2 weeks ago

Pakistani PM heads to Turkey for talks on Middle East crisis

Posted on April 03, 2015 14:18 China's State Council, or the cabinet, approved the application of Nyingchi, Tibet Autonomous Region, to become the fourth prefecture-level city in the region, local authorities announced on Friday. [Read the rest of ...
 Global Times1 month ago
Premier.org.uk

Four years later, no justice in Pakistan

It's been four years since Pakistan's sole Christian cabinet minister was assassinated. There are complaints that justice has yet to be served as the murder trial is moving at a snail's pace. He was the federal minister of minority affairs in ...
 One News Now1 month ago Call for justice for murdered Pakistani Christian politician  Premier.org.uk1 month ago

SL DUA They are TERRORISTS. and not freedom fighters. Shame on you for supporting satanic elements.

Islamabad - Pakistan Thursday expressed its concern over Indian plans to establish new Hindu settlements in occupied Kashmir. Any effort to create special and dedicated townships, zones or any other step to alter the demographic composition of Jammu ...
 The Nation Pakistan3 hours ago New Hindu settlements in IHK: Pakistan concerned over Indian plans  Business Recorder2 days ago

SKChadha God is Omnipotent, Omniscience and Omnipresent. Also read more about Shivlingam of Dessert.

RIYADH - Saudi Arabia today beheaded a Pakistani convicted of drug smuggling, the 73rd execution in the kingdom so far this year. Shirin Khan was put to death in Riyadh province after being found guilty of smuggling heroin into the kingdom in ...
 The Nation Pakistan9 hours ago Pakistani smuggler and Saudi murderer beheaded  DAWN Group1 month ago Saudi murderer and Pakistani smuggler beheaded  Asiaone1 month ago Saudi Murderer, Pakistani Smuggler Beheaded  New Indian Express1 month ago
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