Oil from Russia: Musadik says there will be no US sanctions

An overview shows tankers parked outside a local oil refinery in the Pakistan's port city of Karachi, Pakistan, on February 22, 2011. (AFP/File)
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Updated 07 December 2022

Oil from Russia: Musadik says there will be no US sanctions

December 7: Business Recorder reported Minister of State for Petroleum Musadik Malik on Tuesday said that the government is not deliberating on imposing any economic emergency in the country. Read more I 

 


Boat capsize kills over 10 madrassah students near Kohat

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Boat capsize kills over 10 madrassah students near Kohat

January 30: Samaa reported at least 11 children died when their boat capsized on Sunday in northwest Pakistan, a local police official said. Read More I


3 Afghans Died in Pakistani Prisons in Recent Months – Consul

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3 Afghans Died in Pakistani Prisons in Recent Months – Consul

January 29: Tolo News reported The Afghan consulate in Karachi said that more than 1,000 Afghan refugees, including women and children, are in prisons in Pakistan. According to the consulate, at least three Afghan refugees have died in prisons in Pakistan over the past four months. Read More I


Finance minister says big decisions will have to be taken to get country out of economic crisis: Petrol, diesel prices hiked by whopping Rs35 a litre

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Finance minister says big decisions will have to be taken to get country out of economic crisis: Petrol, diesel prices hiked by whopping Rs35 a litre

January 30: The News reported just ahead of the upcoming visit of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) review mission to Pakistan from tomorrow (Tuesday), the government on Sunday jacked up petrol and diesel prices by Rs35 per litre while prices of kerosene and light diesel went up by Rs18 per litre with immediate effect. Read More I


Imran to contest NA by-polls on all 33 seats

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Imran to contest NA by-polls on all 33 seats

January 29: The Express Tribune reported PTI chairman and former premier Imran Khan has decided to set another record by contesting the by-elections for all the 33 seats of the National Assembly -- left vacant after his party members resigned from them -- scheduled to be held on March 16. Read More I


Fawad seeks medical tests to prove ‘custodial torture’

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Fawad seeks medical tests to prove ‘custodial torture’

January 30: Dawn News reported before his departure to Lahore for forensic tests, Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) leader Fawad Chaudhry on Sunday complained of “custodial torture”, and filed a plea seeking his medical examination. Read More I