Maritime Affairs Gets Rs. 1272.539 Mln To Execute 10 Projects

Sumaira FH 7 hours ago Thu 25th April 2019 | 12:47 PM The government has so far released funds of Rs 1272.539 million against total allocation of Rs 8123.134... Read more »

Sri Lanka: Blood on the New Silk Road

By Emanuel Pietrobon April 21, 2019, it was Easter for Christians around the world. In Sri Lanka, six suicide bombers explode simultaneously in six different points chosen because overcrowded... Read more »

Domestic fuel price, strategic concerns weigh on India as Iran oil waiver ends

The US decision to end a waiver to India and other countries on Iran oil imports is threatening to drive domestic fuel prices up. Reuters The US has offered to... Read more »

Managing security & economy – Newspaper

MANY interpret the government’s recent reshuffle of the federal cabinet as a way of venting its frustration over a seemingly intractable economic challenge. The reshuffle came days before Prime... Read more »

COAS, Saudi minister take up security co-op

Islamabad – Muhammad Bin Abdullah Al-Ayesh, Assistance Minister of Defence, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) called on General Qamar Javed Bajwa, Chief of Army Staff (COAS), at the General... Read more »

Pak-Iran financial channels to reduce cost of doing business: FPCCI

President of Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) Engr Daroo Khan Achakzai has proposed opening of financial channels between Pakistan and Iran because transactions through third... Read more »

French senators visiting Pakistan to cement relations

They will have meetin­gs with Pakist­ani author­ities as well as with repres­entati­ves of the privat­e sector­ They will have meetings with Pakistani authorities as well as with representatives of... Read more »

Chinese submarine movements in Indian Ocean down, Pakistan Navy remains choked in

NEW DELHI: Chinese submarine movements in the Indian Ocean Region have reduced significantly, with no detected presence since October last year when a deployment had to be aborted mid-way,... Read more »

Five pacts will be signed during PM’s visit to China

Pakistan and China will sign five pacts during the four-day visit of Prime Minister Imran Khan to China starting from April 25, 2019 (tomorrow), well-informed sources told Business Recorder.... Read more »