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Former President Zardari lashes out at PM Khan over ‘incompetence’

The top leadership of the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and the Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) vowed on Friday to jointly strive for the sake of the “country’s survival and integrity” and agreed that Pakistan and Prime Minister Imran Khan-led government could not go together, terming the opposition parties the centre of people’s hope to get rid of the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf rule

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Pakistani researchers secure US patent for therapeutic drug monitoring technology

The United States Patents and Trademark Office (USPTO) has allowed a patent to a team of researchers of COMSATS University Islamabad

Ex-Pak President Zardari says Balochistan on brink of rupture

Former Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari, has warned that Balochistan is on the brink of a rupture and will be uncontrollable if another Baloch leader is assassinated

Record hike in prices of oil products in Pakistan

In a sudden move, the government notified a record hike in the prices of petroleum products, including petrol and diesel, ranging from 27 percent to 66 percent depending on the product

262 pilots under investigation for 'dubious' credentials to be grounded in Pakistan

Pakistan's Aviation Minister Ghulam Sarwar Khan announced on Friday that 262 airline pilots, whose credentials may have been falsified, will be immediately grounded, pending investigations

Pakistan's largest city Karachi remains powerless

Karachi’s nightmare continues. The largest city in the country, dubbed the financial capital of Pakistan, continues to struggle with a longstanding and seemingly never-ending electricity crisis

PM Imran Khan highlights ‘successes’ in 22-month rule

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday made a surprise appearance in the National Assembly to personally respond to the criticism made by the opposition during more than one-week-long general debate on the federal budget and forcefully defended his policies aimed at handling multiple crises, including the COVID-19 pandemic, being faced by the country

'97,393 Pak nationals repatriated due to COVID-19'

A total of 97,393 Pakistani nationals stranded abroad due to the COVID-19 pandemic, had been repatriated, according to the Foreign Ministry

Pakistan PM Imran Khan calls Osama bin Laden 'Shaheed'

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has had a reputation of committing blunders at the global stage. And even after spending almost three years in power as the country premier, Khan's habit of committing gaffes on  big stages has not stopped

Credibility crisis hits PIA, CAA over ‘dubious licences’ of pilots

The credibility of the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has taken a massive hit after the International Air Transport Association (IATA) on Thursday expressed concern over the ‘serious lapse in the licensing and safety oversight by the aviation regulator’

Pakistan gets breather as FATF extends deadline

In a much-needed breather for Pakistan, the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has extended the deadline for the country till the next plenary meeting, urging Islamabad to ensure compliance of 27-point action plan

PIA to ground 150 pilots with 'dubious licenses'

Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) will be grounding nearly 150 out of its 426 pilots, amid an inquiry that they hold "dubious" licenses, a company spokesman said

Imran Farooq murder case: Pakistan decides to go for repatriation of MQM founder

The Pakistsan government has decided to approach Britain to repatriate founder leader of Mutahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) Altaf Hussain along with his relative Iftikhar Hussain and party leader Muhammad Anwar in Imran Farooq murder case

To comply with FATF conditions, Pakistan needs to amend foreign exchange laws within three months

The Pakistan government will have to pass amendments into Anti Money Laundering (AML) and Foreign Exchange Regulation laws within next three months from the Parliament for complying with the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) conditions

Emirates service suspension comes after 30 passengers from Pakistan test positive

After about 30 Pakistanis who arrived in Hong Kong onboard an Emirates flight on June 22 tested positive for COVID-19, the UAE airline announced temporary suspension of passenger service from Pakistan till July 3

Pakistan's capital Islamabad to get Hindu temple, crematorium

The Hindu community living in the Pakistan capital will finally be getting a proper temple, allowing them to offer their religious rituals without having to travel out of this city anymore besides a crematorium -- the first in the city

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