PM House implements measures to plug future leaks

A general view of the illuminated Pakistan's Prime Minister office building is pictured in Islamabad on March 27, 2021. (AFP/File)
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Updated 29 September 2022

PM House implements measures to plug future leaks

September 29: DAWN reported only a few days after multiple audio leaks featuring the incumbent prime minister were leaked to the media, another audio clip emerged on Wednesday, but this time former prime minister Imran Khan and his much-touted ‘threat cipher’ were the subjects of the leaked clip. Read more I 


President Alvi hopes COAS will reduce trust deficit among institutions

Updated 08 December 2022

President Alvi hopes COAS will reduce trust deficit among institutions

December 8: GEO News reported President Dr Arif Alvi Wednesday hoped that newly-appointed Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Syed Asim Munir would help reduce the trust deficit among institutions, saying the military leadership is committed to steer clear of politics. Read more I 


England can be ‘even more adventurous’ against Pakistan, says Ben Stokes

Updated 08 December 2022

England can be ‘even more adventurous’ against Pakistan, says Ben Stokes

December 8: The Guardian reported Ben Stokes is prepared to get “even more adventurous” with his tactics as the England captain aims to continue pushing the limits of what is possible in Test cricket. Read more I 


Saudi Arabia to Support Pakistan, Eyes Deals in Egypt and Turkey

Updated 08 December 2022

Saudi Arabia to Support Pakistan, Eyes Deals in Egypt and Turkey

December 8: Bloomberg reported Saudi Arabia will help Pakistan’s finances, according to Finance Minister Mohammed Al Jadaan, as it looks to help shore up alliances with countries struggling with the impact of rising inflation. Read more I 


Dollar batters rupee for fourth consecutive day

Updated 08 December 2022

Dollar batters rupee for fourth consecutive day

December 8: SAMAA TV reported Pakistan’s rupee deteriorated by nine paisas to Rs224.25 during early morning trading on Thursday against the US dollar in the interbank market. Read more I 


Delay in finalising ‘dissolution’ plans bad for PTI’s cause

Updated 08 December 2022

Delay in finalising ‘dissolution’ plans bad for PTI’s cause

December 8: DAWN reported as Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan reiterated his threat to dissolve the Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa assemblies, the delay in securing support for and implementing his plan seems to be working against him, as the situation on the ground is changing with each passing day. Read more I