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Zardari pleasing someone else: Nawaz Sharif


From Our Correspondent ISLAMABAD: Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, during appearance in Islamabad’s Accountability Court, briefly spoke to reporters in the courtroom, claiming that he is being punished for no reason. “What charges are on me? Have I gained any kickback in any contract? The Supreme Court judges have already …

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Exporters to benefit from 10pc enhanced exports

FIRST THREE-PRONGED STRATEGY IMPLEMENTED  From Our Correspondent Islamabad: Ministry of Commerce has implemented the second component of the Trade Rationalization strategy that was approved by ECC on 6th October, 2017, by issuing SRO on PM’s Export Enhancement Initiative improving upon the terms of the earlier scheme. The first of the …

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Sridevi is special to me: Sajal Ali


National Courier Report Pakistani stunning actress Sajal Ali has said that Indian actress Sridevi is someone special to her. Sharing a picture of Sridevi on instagram, Sajal said that her and Chandni’s (Sridevi) bond is more than blood relation. Earlier, Indian glamorous actress Sridevi broke into tears while recording a …

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China bans North Korean iron, seafood imports


NC Monitoring Desk BEIJING: China will halt iron, iron ore and seafood imports from North Korea starting today, following through on new UN sanctions after US pressure for Beijing to strongarm Pyongyang over its ally’s nuclear programme. The decision was announced yesterday after days of increasingly bellicose rhetoric between US …

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Periodic logjams assuming wider proportions

By Sajjad Ashraf China and India have again locked horns along parts of their 3,500km-long border — over a plateau called Doklam in India and Donglang in China. It lies at the junction between China, the Indian state of Sikkim and Bhutan. Both China and Bhutan claim the plateau. Since …

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Middle Eastern immigrants make the US stronger

By Noah Smith A little more than one week ago, Stanford University mathematician Maryam Mirzakhani died at 40 after a battle with breast cancer. In that short lifetime, she had accomplished more than most of us ever will. Mirzakhani was one of the world’s greatest mathematicians – a recipient of …

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Load-shedding, Gas crises

Pakistan’s masses already suffering from long hours of daily electricity load shedding, crisis of basic commodities like sugar and flour are certain to face gas shortage in the winter months. Millions of people to face gas shortage if action is no taken before time. Shortage of gas in the country …

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