Pakistan Navy, Royal Moroccan Navy Participate in Joint Exercise

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Updated 29 November 2021

Pakistan Navy, Royal Moroccan Navy Participate in Joint Exercise

November 29: Morocco World News reported that the Royal Moroccan Navy engaged in a joint exercise with their Pakistani counterpart on the 26th November.

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Bill Gates hails Pakistan’s efforts to eradicate polio, Covid-19

Updated 21 January 2022

Bill Gates hails Pakistan’s efforts to eradicate polio, Covid-19

January 21: The Express Tribune reported Prime Minister Imran Khan had a telephonic conversation with Bill Gates, co-chairman of Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, on Thursday and discussed matters of shared concern including polio eradication in Pakistan and the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. Read More I


Restaurants, bakeries, caterers: FBR to charge 17pc sales tax

Updated 21 January 2022

Restaurants, bakeries, caterers: FBR to charge 17pc sales tax

January 21: Business Recorder reported Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) will charge 17 percent sales tax on the food, food stuff, and sweetmeats supplied by restaurants, bakeries, caterers, and sweetmeat shops from January 16. Read More I


U-19 World Cup: Pakistan Beat Afghanistan By 24 Runs, Qualify For Quarter-Finals

Updated 21 January 2022

U-19 World Cup: Pakistan Beat Afghanistan By 24 Runs, Qualify For Quarter-Finals

January 21: NDTV reported Pakistan on Thursday defeated Afghanistan by 24 runs in a Group C match of the ongoing U-19 World Cup at the Brian Lara Stadium in Trinidad. Read More I


Pakistan ponders fuel oil exports amid problem of plenty at home

Updated 21 January 2022

Pakistan ponders fuel oil exports amid problem of plenty at home

January 20: S&P Global reported Pakistan's inventories of fuel oil are overflowing due to a lack of buying interest from state-run and private electricity producers, prompting some of its refiners to consider exports, but analysts told S&P Global Platts that current global price trends won't make overseas sales commercially viable. Read More I


‘For the first time, I felt free’: Pakistan’s women-led livestock market

Updated 21 January 2022

‘For the first time, I felt free’: Pakistan’s women-led livestock market

January 20: The Guardian reported in rural provinces, women have always reared animals but are excluded from selling them. A new market is changing attitudes. Read More I