NZ Cricket insists 'close' relationship with Pakistan can continue after standing by call to abandon tour

In this file photo, Martin Guptill and Kane Williamson celebrate winning the second Twenty20 match against Pakistan. (AFP)
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Updated 20 September 2021

NZ Cricket insists 'close' relationship with Pakistan can continue after standing by call to abandon tour

September 20: Stuff reported that there was no hiding the relief from New Zealand Cricket (NZC) officials once the Black Caps arrived safely in Dubai following the abandoned tour of Pakistan.

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Pakistani ecommerce logistics startup Rider raises $2.3 million seed

Updated 20 October 2021

Pakistani ecommerce logistics startup Rider raises $2.3 million seed

October 20: MENA bytes reported that Karachi-based ecommerce logistics startup Rider has raised $2.3 million in a seed round led by Global Founders Capital, Fatima Gobi Ventures, and Asian Development Bank, it announced in a statement today. TPL E-Ventures and Transhold also participated in the deal.

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CPPA seeks further hike in power tariff

Updated 20 October 2021

CPPA seeks further hike in power tariff

October 20: The Nation reported that the Central Power Purchasing Agency (CPPA) has submitted an application to the National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) seeking an increase of Rs2.65 per unit in the power tariff due to fuel price adjustment. 

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PIA, five other carriers served notice for cancelling domestic flights

Updated 20 October 2021

PIA, five other carriers served notice for cancelling domestic flights

October 20: The News reported that five airline operators, including Pakistan International Airline (PIA), have been served with notices by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) for cancelling scheduled domestic flights. 

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Military commanders promoted on basis of performance in state of Madina: PM

Updated 20 October 2021

Military commanders promoted on basis of performance in state of Madina: PM

October 20: The Express Tribune reported that Prime Minister Imran Khan has renewed the pledge to continue his struggle for the rule of law in the country, saying he will fight for this purpose “till his last breath” to hold powerful and corrupt people accountable.

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Shaukat Tarin returns to Washington as IMF talks move forward

Updated 20 October 2021

Shaukat Tarin returns to Washington as IMF talks move forward

October 20: Dawn reported that Adviser to the Prime Minister on Finance and Revenue Shaukat Tarin returned to Washington to join the ongoing discussion with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), his office announced on Tuesday.

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