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Deteriorating security situation keeps visitors away from Pakistan capital

Maverick Report ISLAMABAD: The deteriorated security situation of the federal capital has not only adversely affected the indigenous tourists but has also threatened the foreign tourists to come to Pakistan ... Read More »

Police in key Pakistani city grounded, have no money for fuel

Internews Report RAWALPINDI: The police in one of Pakistan’s biggest cities, Rawalpindi, have been grounded for all practical purposes. They cannot patrol the roads in their blue limousines, ride through ... Read More »

Pakistan power tariff may go up by another 24pc

Internews Report ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan government has decided in principle to increase electricity tariff by another 24 per cent this year, introduce reformed general sales tax (GST) on Oct 1, ... Read More »

Layout plan of Pakistan’s newest big-city finalised

Internews Report THATTA: The revenue department of Pakistan’s Sindh province has finalised the territorial map of an area measuring 1,533,344 acres in four coastal talukas of Thatta district for the ... Read More »

Civil administration of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa crumbles in face of calamity

Internews Report PESHAWAR: The civil administration in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan appears to be crumbling to cope with the natural calamity as thousands of homeless people remained stranded in ... Read More »

Process for verification of Pakistani legislators’ degrees lingers on

Internews Report ISLAMABAD: The ongoing saga of verification of lawmakers’ educational degrees in Pakistan seems to be taking much longer time than expected because the universities concerned are finding it ... Read More »

Reserved seats for women: Possible disqualifications put Sharif’s party in a spin

Internews Report LAHORE: The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) of opposition leader and former prime minister Nawaz Sharif has asked its legal minds to seek ways and means for filling the ... Read More »

Import of used vehicles into Pakistan most liberal in region: study

Internews Report LAHORE: Pakistan has more liberal import policy for the used cars in the region as compared with India and Thailand that impose high tariff plus non-tariff barriers, resulting ... Read More »

Compensation crisis over insurance for plane crash victims

Internews Report KARACHI: Pakistani private airliner Airblue will have to pay a compensation of Rs4.2 million to each family of the Islamabad plane crash victim under the Civil Aviation Rules, ... Read More »

Pakistan to verify wealth and assets of future legislators

Internews Report ISLAMABAD: In what would serve as a big step towards political reformation in the country, the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) is finalising a proposal to verify all ... Read More »

Pakistan delays IMF talks for political consensus on reformed tax

Internews Report ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s decision to delay next round of parleys with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in Washington till end August was taken by the ruling Pakistan People’s Party ... Read More »

Opposition objects to govt moves to delay action against fake degree holders

Internews Report ISLAMABAD: The chairman of Pakistan’s National Assembly (NA) Committee on Education has formally sought from the prime minister withdrawal of his recent directive barring the Higher Education Commission ... Read More »