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Ban on luxury goods import sought in Pak amid economic crisis

The business community in Pakistan has prompted the government to incontinently put a ban on the import of luxury goods as the country is...

Ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz in a dilemma

There was further to the high position meeting of leaders of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) in London than met the eye, informed sources...

Musk puts Twitter deal ‘on hold’, says still committed to acquisition (Lead)

After saying that he's putting$ 44 billion Twitter deal on hold till he gets to know how numerous fake or spam accounts are present...

Amid war in Ukraine, ways of ensuring food security discussed

Ministers and high- position representatives from across Europe and Central Asia met on Wednesday at the FAO Regional Conference for Europe (ERC33) to bandy...

Pakistan detects first case of Omicron sub-variant

Pakistan has detected its first case of the Omicronsub-variant, the National Institute of Health (NIH), Islamabad, reported on Monday, as the public gets back...

Violent storms bring record rain to Australia’s Tasmania

Australia's state of Tasmania has been passing extreme rainfall conditions, which has seen torrential rain and showers drown corridor of the islet state. A record-...

Shehbaz Sharif slams Imran after media watchdog downgrades Pakistan

Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Wednesday berated former premier Imran Khan for media suppression during the PTI term and said that his government...

Imran calls out Biden administration for regime change ‘conspiracy’

Ousted Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday openly called out the Joe Biden administration of the US for its alleged involvement in a...

Book Release 1971: A War Story

Recently Ukrainian president, reminded the world that abuse of prisoners of war constitutes a war crime and has no amnesty under military law, and...

Taliban face rising armed resistance from former govt forces

Coalitions of the fallen Afghan democracy are claiming attacks on the Taliban in numerous businesses in what seems to be an awkward spring descent,...

New Zealand recorded 6,242 new community cases of Covid on Monday, the country’s Ministry of Health said in a statement.

New Zealand recorded new community cases of Covid on Monday, the country's Ministry of Health said in a statement. Of the new community infections, 453...

Russia warns of nuclear buildup if Finland, Sweden join NATO

Russia’s border with Finland runs for over kilometers (800 country miles), which further than the total length of its frontier with current NATO members. Russia hovered to emplace nuclear munitions in and around the Baltic Sea region if Finland and Sweden join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization as pressures fueled...
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GST flawed as 869 notifications, 143 circulars, 38 orders issued: Congress

The Congress on Friday demanded a- party meeting on GST, professing that the GST Council has been made dysfunctional and because of excrescencies, the...