Pakistan

D-Day or a day of disillusionment?

Demonstrators remain confused as protesting parties and govt trade allegations over army’s involvement.

Pakistan

Three govt hospitals to change hands

Private sector would arrange services of medical staff, medicines and additional required financial assistance.

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US building coalition to fight IS

US in talks with its allies to build an international coalition for a potential joint military action against the IS.

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Injured Rohit ruled out

India opener has been ruled out of the remainder of the ODI series in England after suffering a broken finger.

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Banks asked to protect consumers

In the wake of the financial crisis, a great deal of attention has turned to the Consumer Protection agenda.

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United States steps up sanctions on Iran

The US stepped up its sanctions on Iran, targeting companies and individuals linked to the country’s nuclear programme.

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Britain raises terror risk level

Britain raised its terror threat risk level to “severe” on Friday because of fears over the situation in Iraq and Syria.

Pakistan

PTI, PAT leaders on same platform

PTI leaders also prevailed upon Dr Tahirul Qadri, who extended his latest deadline to the government by 24 hours.

Pakistan

Govt, PTI deadlock persists

The latest round of talks has led to no development and the deadlock continues to persist between the two sides.

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Tendulkar backs Indian football league

Tendulkar threw his weight behind the upcoming ISL, saying it was the way forward to unearth football talent in India.

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Bearish spell continues on stock market

Intra-day, the index had sunk 457 points to its low, before some confidence returned among the institutional players.

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Pakistan gets $371m CSF

SBP has received the fund which would help improve the declining foreign exchange reserves of the country.

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SECP introducing LLP concept

An LLP is a partnership in which partners have limited liabilities, which means that one is not responsible for another.

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Index takes deep plunge of 432 points

Bearish sentiment prevailed on all sectors as investors dumped stocks and switched to other secure investments.

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

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.

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Stocks extend overnight losses

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

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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.

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Dollar slips to Rs102

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

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Industry grows 3.9pc in FY14

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