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Japan appreciated PTI govt’s ‘billion tree tsunami’ project

A tree plantation ceremony was held at the Embassy of Japan in Islamabad on Wednesday. Besides others, it was attended by Advisor to Prime Minister on Climate Change Malik Amin Aslam and Japanese ambassador Kuninori Matsuda. The Japanese...

Bachaa Party, biggest kid’s retail store launches in Pakistan

Bachaa Party, the biggest kids retail store in Pakistan, launched its first-ever outlet in Lahore, at a newly-renovated space on the 3rd floor of Emporium Mall. It is a one-stop-shop where each and every essential for...

Jinbei X30 and X30L Vans Launched in Pakistan

Automotive Development Policy 2016-21 is proving to be good for Pakistan’s local auto industry as now a Chinese company Jinbei has launched its X30 and X30L in the country. Zenith Automotive, the local partners of Jinbei...

FBR collect 16.3 percent higher tax than previous year

Standing Committee of Senate on Finance Revenue and Economic Affairs was informed that Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) has collected Rs 1280 billion against a target of Rs1447 billion by October 31, which was 16.3...

Ladies first: NADRA reserve Friday only for women

The initiatives are being taken to improves the lives of common people. NADRA (national database and registration authority) has decided to reserve Fridays for women only. The initiatives are a part of the steps being taken...

Pakistan to host Istanbul Process meeting on countering religious intolerance next year

Pakistan will host the 8th meeting of the Istanbul Process next year with a focus to evolve responses to growing religious intolerance and discrimination based on religion or belief, the Foreign Office (FO). The announcement in this...

Apple iPhone 12 photos leaked revealed quadruple-lens rear cameras

Photo source: Twitter Apple has recently launched its new iPhone 11 series, but few photos about Apple 12 design has already surfaced hinting at quadruple-lens rear cameras. Loyal fans around the world are eagerly waiting to see what...

Punjab pursues renewable energy rebellion

As Punjab suffers both a power crunch and high levels of air pollution, the provincial government is looking into cleaner alternatives for meet its resident’s energy needs. However, before it can embark on a slew...
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