He was appointed as finance minister in April and needed to be elected to parliament to continue for longer than six months.
Govt blames global inflation; Shehbaz says "petrol bomb" would "push people to brink of starvation", while PPP announces protest.
The new price of petrol will be Rs118.3 per litre.
The hike is on account of “rationalisation of 11 quarterly adjustments” of KE from July 2016 to March 2019.
PM Imran decided against increasing the prices to give people reprieve from high food inflation, flooding situation: statement.
Fuel prices revised upwards "in view of the rising oil prices trend in the global market", says Finance Division.
A day earlier, the premier said he had asked the Pakistan Army for its help in cleaning up the city.
Authority asks Karachiites to report electrocution cases so it can "ascertain the real causes" behind them and fix responsibility.
FIA, SBP, FBR, SECP, CCP, Sindh and Punjab chief secretary to start "comprehensive investigation", submit report in 90 days.
Rehman was appointed the deputy commissioner of Karachi’s Central district on July 23.
PIA official says it has been decided to "give the hotel on lease on a long-term basis".
Regulator to take action based on inquiry report; KE CEO says load-shedding will end "the day demand falls below 2,900MW".
The hearing will be held via video link and can be attended by stakeholders and general public.
Ghani is a BS-22 officer of the Pakistan Customs Service who is currently posted as a member of the FBR.
Meeting chaired by Hafeez Sheikh also de-notifies task force formed to develop business plan for NY-based hotel.
Price of diesel increased by Rs21.31, that of kerosene by Rs23.50.
"Govt ready to extend all available support for the provision of uninterrupted power supply to the people of Karachi."
The rate cut is the fifth since the pandemic hit the global economy, with the total reduction being 625bps.
In a statement, Nepra also noted that inflated electricity bills were being charged to consumers.
Amendments will improve ease of doing business, says SECP.