World

What's in the Gaza peace deal?

Israel and the Palestinians agreed to an Egyptian-brokered plan to end the fighting in Gaza after 50 days of combat.

Sport

'Why question Ajmal's action now?'

“It's not fair when they say he's not bowling with a legal action,“ former Pakistan all-rounder Azhar Mahmood said.

Pakistan

COAS Gen Raheel reaches Karachi

According to media reports, General Sharif will be briefed on the security situation.

Pakistan

Javed Hashmi asks doctors for a break

Mr Hashmi has been busy because of the ongoing PTI protest since August 14. Last week, he spent long hours in the rain.

Pakistan

Policeman gunned down in Karachi

The deceased, identified as a sub-inspector, was on his way for duty to the Chief Minister House.

Pakistan

PCB decides to postpone Super League

The PCB has decided to postpone its first Super League for not getting healthy bidders and not having enough time.

Newspaper

India regulator fines carmakers $420m

The Indian penalty follows heightened regulatory scrutiny of the industry in China, the world’s largest auto market.

Newspaper

Stocks extend overnight losses

No settlement of the political crisis pushed investors to take profit near the day’s peak.

Newspaper

New drawback rates on textile export

The FBR has issued another notification to allow new rates of duty drawback to exporters from Jan 1 as well.

Newspaper

Dollar slips to Rs102

The dollar was traded at Rs102 in the inter-bank market till the close.

Newspaper

Sohag Gazi reported for suspect action

The Bangladeshi became the fifth off-spinner in recent months to be reported to the ICC for an illegal bowling action.

Pakistan

Kaleem earns draw for Pakistan

Pakistan skipper Kaleemullah secured a 1-1 draw against Bahrain’s Riffa SC in their first of three practice matches.

Newspaper

Govt avoiding to ‘broaden tax base’

KARACHI: The government wants to generate more revenue, but it avoids widening tax base that is said to barely cover...

Newspaper

Industry grows 3.9pc in FY14

The industrial output witnessed a positive growth with few exceptions, where industries entered a negative growth.

Newspaper

Afghan poll dispute in crucial phase

The country has been in paralysis since the June 14 election to choose the successor to President Hamid Karzai.

Newspaper

C/A deficit swells to $454m in July

The impact of no inflows reflected in the reserves of the State Bank which fell below $9 billion last week.

Newspaper

Petroleum prices may go down by 4pc

The prices of petroleum products are anticipated to come down further next month if the price of crude oil sustains.