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The Express TribuneNEPRA to slash power tariff by Rs2.77
2 hours and 5 minutes ago
The Express Tribune

ISLAMABAD: The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra) on Thursday announced a reduction of Rs2.77 per unit in electricity tariff for September 2016 in order to absorb the impact of cheaper fuel prices in the international market. After ...

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EastDay.comBelt and Road Initiative can help defuse regional tension
2 hours and 52 minutes ago

Picture shows the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road, collectively known as the Belt and Road initiative. (Xinhua). BEIJING, Oct. 25 (Xinhua) -- Development driven by China's Belt and Road Initiative will help the ...

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DAWN.comADB refuses to fund mega dam project
3 hours and 54 minutes ago

government should send at least 200 graduates abroad specially japan, korea to study in respective fields and for respective purposes. HEC sends 1000s but that wont help because they are for academic purpose only. also diplomacy failed once again. what ...

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DAWN.comNBP profit rose 11pc to Rs13.4bn in Jan-Sept
4 hours and 34 minutes ago

KARACHI: National Bank of Pakistan (NBP) posted an unconsolidated profit of Rs13.4 billion for January-September, up 10.8 per cent from a year ago. In a stock filing on Thursday, NBP reported earnings per share of Rs6.31 for the nine-month period.

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The NationRally by realtors leaves commuters stuck
4 hours and 38 minutes ago

RAWALPINDI: The Real Estate Association on Thursday took out a rally against the levy of taxes on the sale and purchase of properties, triggering traffic gridlocks in the twin cities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad. Led by association president Chaudhry ...

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BloombergCanada Stocks Rise, Halt Slide on Suncor, Barrick Earnings Beats
6 hours and 4 minutes ago

Canadian stocks rose Thursday, snapping a three-day slide as some key companies posted healthy earnings and crude bounced back from the lowest levels in three weeks. The S&P/TSX Composite Index rose 0.2 percent to 14,833.75 at 4 p.m. in Toronto.

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Daily TimesPSX extends losses despite healthy financial results
8 hours and 3 minutes ago
Daily Times

KARACHI: Uncertainty at the political front in the country led benchmark KSE 100 index to decline by 539.5 points or 1.35 percent, to close below 40,000 level at 39,987 points. "Weakness in wider market was prevalent from word go with stocks skidding ...

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The Express TribuneBanks deny FBR access to foreign currency accounts
8 hours and 59 minutes ago
The Express Tribune

ISLAMABAD: Commercial banks are not giving access to tax authorities for the scrutiny of foreign currency accounts despite a law that provides access to these accounts, said a senior official of the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) on Thursday. The banks ...

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The Express TribuneNorthern façade: Wazir Khan Mosque's partial renovation completed
9 hours and 20 minutes ago
The Express Tribune

The profuse architectural decoration is a singular outstanding attribute that places the mosque in the frontline of the major monuments of the world. PHOTO: FILE. LAHORE: The conservation of the northern face of the Wazir Khan Mosque was officially ...

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The Express TribuneOrange Line Metro: LDA to open bids for remaining works today
9 hours and 41 minutes ago
The Express Tribune

LAHORE: The Lahore Development Authority (LDA) will open financial bids today (Friday) for the remaining civil works between Chauburji and Ali Town of the Lahore Metro's Orange Line project after the Lahore High Court gave the go-ahead for the bidding ...

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