23 October, 2014 / Zilhaj 27, 1435
Pakistan

For the love of PTI

DJ Butt no longer charges party for sound services. “Do you know why? because I am now part of the sit-in,” he declared.

Pakistan

Nahid, Abbasi launch new PPP faction

Abbasi said that Bilawal was the son of Shaheed Benazir and he should not follow the style of his father’s politics.

Pakistan

Death sentence commuted

The bench set aside the death penalty under ATA and converted the other one given under PPC into life term.

Pakistan

MPs want firm reply to Indian tirade

The most forceful criticism of the Indian government came from PPP members, who alleged the PML-N government.

Sport

It's never been easy for me: Younis

“Things keep going against me but it was in my mind that if I do something here I will be a proud Pakistani.”

Newspaper

Power tariff hike withdrawn

The govt decided to continue to provide subsidy to domestic and agricultural consumers to lessen the burden.

Newspaper

US airdrops weapons for Kurds

Turkish government has refused land deliveries of arms to the Syrian Kurds, linked with Turkey’s outlawed rebel PKK,

Sport

Battle lines drawn in Windies fiasco

There are serious doubts whether or not the Caribbean side will be able to fulfill its other international engagements.

Newspaper

Sway of oligopolies

Ministry of industries is proposing limiting advance payment at 25-50pc, with car delivery time of no more than 3 months

Newspaper

WHT on imported used cars not collected

It is claimed the govt had lost over Rs100 million in three months since July as FBR could not collect withholding tax.

Newspaper

IT collection on demand falls 10pc

It brings into question the efficiency of Inland Revenue Service during the first year of the present government.

Newspaper

China likes to strengthen banking ties

Li Tong, CEO of BoCI, visited the State Bank of Pakistan and discussed banking cooperation between the two countries.

Newspaper

SBP to conduct OMOs for sukuk

The central bank says the decision was taken in order to facilitate the Islamic banking industry.

Newspaper

PTCL profit plunges

PTCL posted profit-after-tax at Rs7.8 billion for the nine months translating into earnings at Rs1.54 per share.

Pakistan

Dar promises steady GDP growth

The minister says recent reforms have already led to "a remarkable turnaround” in almost all macro-economic indicators.