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Experts blame Pak policymakers' complacency for 'depressingly wrong' trading ability with China

Karachi: Blaming the complacency of the policymakers and exporters, experts believe that Pakistan's trading abilities have been 'depressingly wrong' so far as it's dealing with all-weather ally China.

COVID-19 peak might be reached by end of July: Pakistan PM warns

Islamabad/IBNS: Pakistan PM Imran Khan on Monday warned his countrymen that the peak of COVID-19 cases might be reached by the end of July or at the beginning of August.

Pakistan Covid cases rise to 93,983

Islamabad/UNI: The number of COVID-19 cases in Pakistan has increased to 93,983 including 1,935 fatalities, according to data updated on Saturday morning by the country's Health Ministry.

IMF asks Pakistan to freeze salaries of govt employees

Islamabad: The International Monetary Fund has asked cash-strapped Pakistan to freeze salaries of government employees and adhere to the fiscal consolidation path by showing a nominal primary deficit in the new budget, reported The Express Tribune.

UNSC Report slams Pakistan’s role in Afghanistan; flags complicity in terrorism, narcotics & natural resource loot

The glaring shortcomings and lacunae in the United States (US) – Taliban Agreement of 29 February have been outlined in several EFSAS publications, including the Commentary of 06-03-2020 titled ‘The US – Taliban Agreement: Vindication of terrorism and betrayal of the common Afghan’.

Pakistan surpasses China in Covid-19 cases, tally now over 89,000

Islamabad/IBNS: With a record 4,688 fresh cases reported in 24 hours between Wednesday and Thursday, Pakistan surpassed China, the epicentre of the pandemic Coronavirus, in terms of Covid-19 cases.

Pakistan adheres to one-China policy: foreign ministry

Islamabad/Xinhua/UNI: Pakistan reiterated its longstanding position on Thursday that it adheres to one-China principle regarding a decision to make a national security laws for Hong Kong by the Chinese top legislation body.

Two Hindu girls abducted in Pakistan, minority communities continue to face harassment amid COVID-19 outbreak

Quetta: Pakistan is fighting COVID-19 pandemic but even at this hour of crisis the country's minority communities, specially the Hindus, are constantly facing atrocities.

COVID-19 lockdown badly hits small businessmen in Gilgit Baltistan

Islamabad: The COVID-19 lockdown in Pakistan has badly hit businessmen in Ghizer district of Pakistan-occupied Gilgit Baltistan.

Pakistan eagerly awaits intra-Afghan dialogue, thankful for Russia's role - Ambassador

Moscow/Sputnik/UNI: Valentina Shvartsman - Pakistan is looking forward to the intra-Afghan dialogue following recent positive developments and thanks Russia for its contribution to the settlement, Pakistani Ambassador to Russia Shafqat Ali Khan told Sputnik in an interview.

Pakistan receives jolt: Qatar refuses to invest in three major airports

Islamabad: Pakistan seems to have received another jolt at a time when it is trying to set its economic wheel rolling amid COVID-19 outbreak as  Qatar Investment Authority refused to invest in a key infra project in the country.

National Commission for Human Rights still non-functional after more than a year in Pakistan

Islamabad: Despite torture inflicted on minorities being reported from different parts of the country every now and then, the National Commission for Human Rights (NCHR) of Pakistan has been non-functional for more than a year now.

Four-year-old girl injured, her mother killed as death squad members attack them in Balochistan

Quetta: Even as the world continues to fight COVID-19 outbreak, it seems torture on people of Balochistan in Pakistan continues and in the latest episode the victim of the barbaric activity is a four-year-old girl, Bramsh.

Ahmadiyya community once again receives a blow in Pakistan

Islamabad: Pakistan is continuously maintaining their discriminatory attitude towards Ahmadiyya community as they were once again not included in the  National Commission for Minorities (NCM), media reports said.

Afghanistan traders are demanding demand clearance of transit cargo at Karachi ports

Islamabad: Afghanistan traders have said their transit cargo is lying at Karachi ports under severe demurrage and detention charges since the first week of March 2020  and they are now demanding a clearance of it.