Monthly Archives: March, 2021

Airline Industry Body to Launch COVID Passport for the iPhone

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced today that it’s going to launch a COVID passport for test results and vaccine certificates for the iPhone in mid-April, reports Reuters. The COVID passport app was...

Looking for a Job in UAE? These Sectors Will be Hiring Soon

According to the latest employment and hiring insights, organisations are taking a future-ready approach and increasingly recruiting talent that is specializing in digitalisation, risk management, and finance consulting. The healthcare sector is...

Islamabad To Get Tourist Police for Safety of Visitors

Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed said that efforts were afoot to launch tourist police to ensure safe and secure environment for the visitors thronging the federal capital for recreational activities. Addressing a news...

Pakistan Lifts Ban on Cotton, Sugar Imports from India as Tensions Ease

Pakistan lifted a nearly two-year ban on sugar and cotton imports from India on Wednesday, the finance minister said, a step towards reviving suspended trade between the two nuclear-armed neighbours. Pakistan's Economic Coordination...

Xiaomi Launches Mi 11 Lite Starting from PKR 43,999 in Pakistan

Global technology leader Xiaomi today introduced a new addition to its Mi 11 family – Mi 11 Lite. The new device packs all the perks of a flagship-level smartphone into an ultra-lightweight...

Huawei Announced 2020 Annual Report with 3.8% Year-On-Year Growth

Huawei released its 2020 Annual Report today. Growth slowed, but the company's business performance was largely in line with forecast. Huawei's sales revenue in 2020 rounded off at approximately US$136.7 billion, up...

Cambridge Notifies Exam Dates for A level, O level Students in Pakistan

The British Council on Thursday shared a notice by Cambridge International Examinations notifying the date of exams for the May/June session, as O and A level students look to the government to...

Dollar Drops Below Rs153 as Pakistan Achieves Euro Bond Target

The US dollar was traded for as low as Rs151.50 in the interbank market as Pakistan achieved the target of selling Euro bonds worth $2.5 billion Wednesday. The dollar rate stood at...
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