Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Mahmood Khan on Monday said the provision of conducive environment to investors through ease of doing business was the topmost priority of the government to ensure considerable revenue generation and self-sustainability of the province.
By Jung Hae-myoung Domestic K-beauty businesses are spreading into various regions, not only big markets such as China and the U.S. but also rising markets in Southeast Asia and Europe.
International movements of Atlantic tarpon, need for protection: Results from 18-year study details long-distance migration, habitat preferences
Using electronic satellite tags, the UM research team tracked nearly 300 Atlantic tarpon (Megalops atlanticus) in coastal waters of the western central Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea, including as far away as Mexico, Belize and Nicaragua.
A player collapsed in a coughing fit and retired from Australian Open qualifying on Tuesday as organisers faced a storm of criticism for ploughing ahead with matches despite bushfire smoke plunging Melbourne’s air quality to “hazardous” levels.
2020 will be the year of 5G launches across the globe and its combination with Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI).
South Korea will draw up private sector infrastructure projects worth 17 trillion won ($14.7 billion) this year in a bid to spur an economic recovery through investments, the finance ministry said Tuesday.
LAHORE:Participants in a panel discussion stressed the need for strengthening local government system for resolving public issues at the earliest.
Newly-posted British High Commissioner to Pakistan Dr Christian Turner says he desires that England cricket team should tour Pakistan soon.
A fresh picture of ‘ailing’ former prime minister Nawaz Sharif taking tea at a London restaurant along with some members of his family, which went viral on social media on Monday, may cause problems for him in securing extension in his stay abroad from the PTI-led Punjab government which has become sceptical about the ‘serious nature’ of his health.
A career central banker, 59-year-old Patra is currently executive director in charge of the RBI’s research department and has a seat on the six-member Monetary Policy Committee.