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Petrol, diesel to get cheaper by up to Rs7.5 per litre

Dawn 29 May 2024
ISLAMABAD. Due to a bearish trend in the international market, petrol and high-speed diesel (HSD) prices are expected to decrease by approximately Rs6.50 to Rs7.50 per litre on May 31, despite a slight exchange rate loss.
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“I Escaped with Only My Life”

Human Rights Watch 29 May 2024
... I-11 katchi abadi, to forcibly evict 20,000 residents, all ethnic Pashtuns, demolishing 1,700 homes in a settlement on the outskirts of Islamabad adjoining a fruit and vegetable wholesale market.
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Govt mulls price deregulation of red meat, milk

Dawn 26 May 2024
The federal government plans to deregulate milk, beef and mutton prices by stopping monitoring them, leaving consumers at the mercy of the market players’ demand and supply mechanism.
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QR code payment for sacrificial animals on cards

Dawn 25 May 2024
He said the markets had been identified in all the 15 cities having SBP field offices including Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Faisalabad and Hyderabad. “We are covering six cattle markets ...
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SBP to launch QR code payments for Rs600 billion cattle trade on Eid-ul-Azha

The News International 24 May 2024
Sumair said the markets have been identified in all the 15 cities having SBP field offices including Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Faisalabad and Hyderabad. "We are coving six cattle markets ...
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Investment-GDP ratio falls to lowest since FY1973

The News International 23 May 2024
A foreign currency dealer counts US dollar notes at a currency market in Karachi on July 19, 2022. — AFP. ISLAMABAD ... In the fiscal year 2014-15, it stood at 17.2pc of GDP, and 17.1pc of GDP in 2017-18 during the tenure of PMLN ... .
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EU giving GI tag to India for basmati can hit Pakistan exports badly, says IPRI ...

Business Line 22 May 2024
Among the recommendations made are that Pakistan must fight legal battles in any country where India seeks GI tag for its basmati even if Islamabad has less market share ...
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GDP worked out to be 2.38pc in FY24

The News International 22 May 2024
A foreign currency dealer counts US dollar notes at a currency market in Karachi on July 19, 2022. — AFP. ISLAMABAD ... However, the electricity, gas, and water supply sectors witnessed a negative growth rate of 10.55 percent ... .
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Wheat scandal: No bigwig in inquiry committee report

The News International 21 May 2024
Labourers load sacks of wheat flour at a market in Karachi. — AFP/File. ISLAMABAD ... During the meeting, the premier will be briefed on the purchase of wheat in light of the procurement target set out by him ... .
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Wheat scandal: Probe committee 'absolves' bigwigs of caretaker govt

The News International 21 May 2024
Labourers load sacks of wheat flour at a market in Karachi. — AFP/File. ISLAMABAD ... During the meeting, the premier will be briefed on the purchase of wheat in light of the procurement target set out by him ... .
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Who will help find a solution?

The News International 21 May 2024
Pakistani flag can be seen fluttering in front of the parliament building in Islamabad ... It is difficult to pick positives, though the stock market thinks otherwise ... the market is in a mood to believe.
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CLIMATE CHANGE: THE CLIMATE MIGRANTS

Dawn 19 May 2024
Barkat is enrolled in a distance learning programme at an Islamabad university, studying digital media marketing and broadcasting, using only his smartphone.

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