Audio tapes a mere drama: Mending corrupt system will take time, says PM

In this file photo, Pakistani opposition leader Imran Khan speaks to The Associated Press at his residence in Islamabad, Pakistan on Sept. 25, 2017. (AP)
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Updated 25 November 2021

Audio tapes a mere drama: Mending corrupt system will take time, says PM

November 25: The News reported that Prime Minister Imran Khan Wednesday said people would soon see with their own eyes Pakistan becoming a great nation.

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Pakistani rupee expected to appreciate against dollar next week

Updated 25 January 2022

Pakistani rupee expected to appreciate against dollar next week

January 24: The Pakistani rupee is expected to improve against the dollar mainly due to inflows from exporters and the expected approval of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) loan, Pakistan Today reported on Monday.

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Freight train service launched to link Karachi port with rest of Pakistan

Updated 25 January 2022

Freight train service launched to link Karachi port with rest of Pakistan

January 25: The huge and powerful dark green locomotive attached to a long line of big and small freight containers awaited the inauguration ceremony to be off on its way at the Hutchison Ports Pakistan, also known as the South Asia Pakistan Terminal, Dawn reported on Tuesday.

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Human rights complaint cell set up in Islamabad

Updated 25 January 2022

Human rights complaint cell set up in Islamabad

January 25: Federal Minister for Human Rights Dr. Shireen Mazari on Monday launched the human rights complaint cell at her ministry, Dawn reported on Tuesday.

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Former PPP MNA Malik Ghulam Noor Rabbani Khar dies

Updated 25 January 2022

Former PPP MNA Malik Ghulam Noor Rabbani Khar dies

January 25: Former PPP MNA and father of two sitting PPP MNAs Malik Ghulam Noor Rabbani Khar died at 74 from kidney complications at a Lahore hospital on Monday, Dawn reported on Tuesday.

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Aftab Baloch, maker of Pakistan's second domestic quadruple ton, dies at 68

Updated 25 January 2022

Aftab Baloch, maker of Pakistan's second domestic quadruple ton, dies at 68

January 25: Aftab Baloch, a domestic giant from the 1970s, maker of Pakistan's second domestic quadruple ton, and a batter who could have played more than his two Tests for Pakistan, has died at 68, CricInfo reported on Tuesday.

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