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Why Ahad Cheema's arrest ruffled so many feathers? - Geo News, Pakistan

The first news ticker ran, 'Ahad Khan Cheema has been arrested.' Then came, 'Ahad Cheema has been picked up from his office.' Finally, 'Ahad Cheema is in the custody of the National Accountability Bureau.' In the bureaucratic circles, there was ...

Pakistan made a target of politics at FATF meeting: Miftah Ismail - Geo News, Pakistan

Prime Minister's adviser on finance Miftah Ismail has alleged that Pakistan was made a “target of politics” at the ongoing meeting of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), where a US-sponsored resolution to consider placing Pakistan on a watchlist of ...

No sustained Pakistani effort against militants, despite aid suspension: US official - Pakistan Today

WASHINGTON: Pakistan need not kill or capture militants such as members of the Haqqani Network that use its territory to launch attacks in Afghanistan but could push them across the border instead, a senior US official said on Friday. Evicting the ...

Witnesses against Sharif family met with NAB before recording statements: report - Pakistan Today

ISLAMABAD: The star witness against the daughter and the son-in-law of former prime minister Nawaz Sharif in the Avenfield Apartments reference Robert Radley has admitted that he along with another witness, Akhtar Raja of the Quist Solicitors, had held ...

Iran-Pak gas pipeline project still alive: FO - The Nation

ISLAMABAD - Pakistan on Friday said that Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline project was still alive . Addressing a weekly media briefing here, Foreign Office spokesperson Dr Mohammed Faisal said the IP project was not frozen. “To the best of my knowledge, the ...

Taliban Vows to Protect TAPI Gas Pipeline Project - Voice of America

As leaders and representatives of countries involved in the Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India (TAPI) gas pipeline celebrated the project's inauguration, Afghan Taliban, in a rare announcement, vowed to support and protect the pipeline in ...

Taxes on real estate sector hindering economic growth - The Express Tribune

ISLAMABAD: The real estate sector has the potential to promote investment, industry, economic growth and employment; however, the government has imposed heavy taxes on it in the 2016-17 budget, which has affected the sector's growth, said Islamabad ...

Pakistan seeks Danish investment in renewable energy - The Express Tribune

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has pitched renewable energy at investors of Denmark, which generated nearly half of its power consumption from wind energy in 2017, saying it is a fast expanding sector and with the opening of competitive bidding, it will offer ...

Justice Siddiqui issued notice for remarks against constitutional institutions - The News International (blog)

ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Judicial Council (SJC) has issued a show cause notice to Justice Shaukat Aziz Siddiqui of the Islamabad High Court (IHC) for making “unwarranted comments about some important constitutional institutions” while passing an interim ...and more »

Culture, democracy inextricably linked to each other: Marriyum - The News International (blog)

ISLAMABAD: Culture and democracy were inextricably linked to each other and during dictatorial regimes arts, artist communities and freedom of expression got suppressed. Minister of State for Information, Broadcasting and National Heritage Marriyum ...and more »