ISLAMABAD – United States on Wednesday offered help in Pakistan’s energy sector and said the details of the projects where economic cooperation could be enhanced are being worked on.
A newspaper in eastern China says the country is planning to dispatch a 100,000-strong army of ducks to help Pakistan combat a massive locust infestation
Pakistan’s banking system faces a credit risk from the country’s continued inclusion on an international “grey list” of nations falling short of global money laundering rules, rating agency Moody’s said on Thursday.
Pakistan has taken all precautionary measures to fight the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and prevent its massive outbreak in the country.
Pakistan has confirmed its first two cases of coronavirus but both patients are in a “stable” condition, the health minister said on Wednesday.
A major women’s rights movement in Pakistan is facing a legal challenge over a march scheduled for next month over allegations that the organisers’ activities are “anti-state”.
Pakistan paid 93.5 million U.S. dollars to Russian companies in a bid to settle decades-old trade dispute between the two countries, the spokesperson of Pakistan’s Commerce Ministry said on Wednesday.
Pakistani foreign office on Wednesday summoned a senior diplomat from the High Commission of India in the country to condemn the unprovoked ceasefire violations by the Indian military along the Line of Control (LoC) in the disputed Kashmir area on Tuesday, a foreign ministry statement said here.
Moscow and Islamabad signed an agreement in early December 2019 on settlement of mutual financial claims and commitments on operations of the former Soviet Union.
Guangzhou Metro Group said it has formed a consortium with two other companies and the trio will take over the operation and maintenance of the Orange Line metro service, Pakistan’s first-ever mass rapid urban transit, for an eight-year term.