PESHAWAR: The Qaumi Watan Party has criticised the federal government for slashing Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s share in developmental budget. Speaking at a press conference at Peshawar Press Club on Tuesday, QWP provincial chairman Sikandar Hayat Khan Sherpao rejected the 10 per cent increase in the salary of government employees and pension as ad hoc relief in the federal budget and said that it should have been raised by 25 per cent.
Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) President Shahbaz Sharif has criticized the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) led government over the rising inflation and unemployment in the country. While addressing the National Assembly, Shahbaz Sharif stated that the unemployment rate has risen to 16 percent and inflation has reached its peak.
Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday met Islamabad Traffic Police Head Constable Qaiser Shakeel and praised his "conscientiousness" in performing his duty despite being injured. According to the Prime Minister's Office (PMO), Shakeel was injured on June 9 and returned to work on June 11 after a two-day rest.
President Dr Arif Alvi has said that Prime Minister Imran Khan’s apparent change of statements on Kashmir was not a U-turn, and that a leader must change their stance as per the situation. Alvi was talking in an exclusive interview on DawnNewsTV show 'Live with Adil Shahzeb' at the presidential office.
Reporter: Ken Bennett Date published: 14 June 2021 A courageous father of three, who is lucky to be alive after falling down a spectacular Saddleworth landmark, vowed he would not forget the unassuming heroes who helped save his life. Imran Choudhury, aged 36, from Chadderton, was training for a walk up Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa in aid of the Royal Oldham Hospital and charity, Global Relief Trust, by scaling the Trinnicle landmark on Saddleworth Moor on February 23.
Says recent pattern of domestic terror in Western countries demands heightened focus on online radicalisation. Senior official faces charge of leaking sensitive data to foreign intelligence agencies. Forum revises inbound air/land travel categories with immediate effect with India, Bangladesh and Iran placed in C category. KARACHI: Moniza Inam, a senior sub-editor of Dawn, passed away on Saturday.
Shah Mehmood Qureshi accuses PML N of mismanaging the Kulbhushan Jadhav affair: Pakistani government of Imran trapped on Kulbhushan Jadhav, angered Nawaz Sharif
Strong points: Kulbhushan Jadhav has now started in Pakistan Shah Mehmood Qureshi alleged that the government of Nawaz Sharif was negligent Qureshi clarified that the bill thwarts India’s decision in Islamabad court Trapped in the International Court of Justice for Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav, the series of allegations and counter-charges began in Pakistan regarding the whole affair.
Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that the murder of a Muslim family in Canada has “shocked” everyone in Pakistan. In an interview with a Canadian media outlet, the prime minister called on the world leaders to launch a crackdown on online hate and extremism after the deadly attack in which four members of a Pakistan-origin family were killed.
PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari on Saturday lashed out at the federal government for the budget it presented a day earlier, and said that record unemployment and inflation had shown the real face of Prime Minister Imran Khan's tabdeeli (change). Speaking to the media in Mardan, Bilawal termed the budget as an "enemy of the people" and an "economic attack on the people".
Prime Minister Imran Khan has on Saturday (today) said it is high time for Pakistan to seriously value its natural resources to combat the negative impacts of climate change. Releasing the statistics, PM Imran in his tweet compares the PTI government’s efforts for climate change with the previous tenures.
LAHORE: Estranged Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf leader and sugar baron Jahangir Khan Tareen finally got a ‘relief’ amid the federal budget presentation as the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) did not seek his and his son Ali Tareen’s arrest before two courts, citing lack of ‘incriminating evidence’ against them in the money laundering and sugar scam cases.
Adults learning to read in Birmingham reveal what spurred them to seek help – from a dream to read with their children, to helping with homework. About 16% of adults in England have poor literacy levels, according to the National Literacy Trust. Charity Read Easy, which operates across the West Midlands, said in some cases people even hid their problems from their own family.
After the meeting of the Federal Cabinet, Prime Minister Imran Khan reached the Parliament House to attend the budget session. On this occasion, the journalist asked the Prime Minister, Khan Sahib, what will be the people-friendly budget? On this, Prime Minister Imran Khan says everyone will be happy with the budget.
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that the country is heading towards economic stability but more and more investment is required to maintain the upward momentum. The prime minister was presiding over a meeting here on Thursday to remove hurdles in the way of business and investment.
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) led government is all set to present the federal Budget 2021-22 on June 11, Prime Minister Imran Khan has beckoned a special session of the federal cabinet tomorrow (Friday). Finance Minister Shaukat Tarin will brief the bureau on budget dispensing, revenue target, budget deficiency, and other significant issues identified with FY budget 2021-22.
In a press release by the PPP media cell on Wednesday, The PPP chairman Bilawal strongly criticized the PTI-led government’s decision of the National Economic Council. “Imran Khan has made the future of the nation a joke,” quoted Bilawal. The PPP chairman said that the “mafia” working under Imran Khan “claims to focus on development projects that were inaugurated but never completed”.
Energy minister Hammad Azhar blames previous two govts for present situation in the country. William Burns ‘secretly’ visited Islamabad to explore possibility of counterterrorism cooperation. ISLAMABAD: The federal cabinet on Tuesday categorically rejected the option of obtaining services of two Indian TV... PM Imran, FM Qureshi ask global community to curb rising trend of Islamophobia.
Reiterated the incumbent government’s commitment to supporting the agriculture sector for economic uplift, Prime Minister Imran Khan asked industrialists to avoid profiteering and cartelisation that embroils public in inflation. Addressing a delegation of farmers who called on him at the Prime Minister House today to discuss their issues, PM Imran said he firmly believed that the country would rise through the agriculture sector, and stressed upon the industrialists to “make profits, but avoid profiteering”.
Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday reiterated his government’s commitment to support the agriculture sector for economic uplift, but at the same time asked industrialists to avoid profiteering and cartelisation that embroils public in inflation. Addressing a delegation of farmers who called on him at the Prime Minister House today to discuss their issues, PM Imran said he firmly believed that the country would rise through the agriculture sector, and stressed upon the industrialists to “make profits, but avoid profiteering”.