Daily Archives: June 19, 2020

PM condemns attacks on Rangers personnel in Sindh

Prime Minister Imran Khan has strongly condemned three separate attacks in Karachi, Ghotki and Larkana targeting Rangers personnel deployed at Ehsaas Cash Distribution point. In a statement on Friday, he sought report from the authorities concerned on the incidents.  

Govt Names 38 Exporters to Become Amazon Sellers from Pakistan

Ministry of Commerce is continuously engaged with its foreign trade missions for promoting Pakistani trade and exploring new markets for its exporters. In this regard, new development is the registration of Pakistani sellers with Amazon. Initially, a list of 38

PIA Reduces Freight Charges to Help Increase Mango Exports

In a bid to increase the mango exports of the country amid the global shutdown due to COVID-19, Pakistan International Airlines has announced a price reduction in air cargo tariff for mango export. According to the details, PIA has reduced

Pakistan Loses Flour Worth Rs. 38 Billion Annually Due to Poor Quality of Bags

Pakistan’s economy is suffering a huge loss of Rs. 38 billion annually as a result of non-compliance of flour mill owners to use standard quality polypropylene woven sacks for packing and transportation of wheat flour. According to an estimate, up

KP budget for next fiscal year being presented today

The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa budget for next fiscal year, 2020-21, will be presented in the provincial assembly on Friday. According to notification, the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly has been summoned to meet today at 03:00 pm. Provincial Finance Minister Taimur Saleem Jhagra

Pakistan-Iran border reopens at Mirjaveh for trade

The border between Pakistan and Iran has been reopened for uninterrupted mutual trade through Taftan in Pakistan and Mirjaveh from Iranian side. According to official sources, following a direction by Federal Interior Ministry, mutual trade has been resumed with strict

Inflation on continuously declining trend: NPMC

National Price Monitoring Committee has said that inflation is on continuously declining trend since January this year due to policy, administrative and relief measures of the federal and provincial governments. The NPMC meeting, which held in Islamabad on Friday with

AJK Govt proposes Rs24.5b for next ADP

Azad Jammu and Kashmir government has proposed 24.5 billion rupees for next Annual Development Programme showing no increase. According to an official post-budget handout, issued in Muzaffarabad on Friday, 22 billion rupees have been allocated for Poonch University, Women University

Three killed in bomb blast near Circuit House Ghotki

Three persons including two Rangers personnel’s killed and two others injured in a bomb blast near Circuit House Ghotki on Friday. The bodies and injured have been shifted to the Civil Hospital, Ghotki.   Source: Radio Pakistan

Pakistan-Iran border reopens at Mirjaveh for trade

The border between Pakistan and Iran has been reopened for uninterrupted mutual trade through Taftan in Pakistan and Mirjaveh from Iranian side. According to official sources, following a direction by Federal Interior Ministry, mutual trade has been resumed with strict