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Urea prices to increase by Rs 35 per 50kg bag Staff Report KARACHI: Urea prices are likely to be increased by Rs 35 to Rs 1,705 per 50 kilogrammes bag due to changes in general sales tax rate and collection mechanism, analysts said on Tuesday.
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A PAKISTANI girl has been killed after Indian troops opened fire across the de facto border that divides disputed Kashmir between the two nuclear-armed rivals, officials say.
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ISLAMABAD: Five more persons were killed in overnight firing and violence incidents in different parts of this mega-metropolis city, Pakistan's Geo News reported Wednesday morning.
The Pakistan PML-N government opened on Tuesday a letter received from the Swiss government which declared President Asif Ali Zardari a 'clean' man in a US$60 million money-laundering case closed by a Swiss court after lapse of a specific period.
Pune, June 18 : Defence Minister A.K. Antony Tuesday said India is concerned about terror groups operating from Pakistan and Islamabad must initiate strong action against such groups in order to improve bilateral ties.
In a major breakthrough, the Taliban on Tuesday announced the opening of its office in Doha, which would hold peace talks with the Afghan government and separate direct parleys with US that could boost Afghan reconciliation process after 12 years of war.
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A bomb attack killed 10 people, including a provincial lawmaker, and wounded more than 40 others at a funeral in northwestern Pakistan on Tuesday, police said.
US Secretary of State John Kerry and British Foreign Secretary William Hague speak to the media after their private bilateral meeting on June 12, 2013, in the Treaty Room of the US Department of State in Washington, DC.
Islamabad, June 17 : A provincial leader of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz allegedly slapped a bus hostess for not serving water swiftly and later had her arrested for making death threat.
ISLAMABAD: France utterly condemns the particularly heinous attacks of the June 15 in Quetta that targeted a hospital and the women's university, the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement on Monday.
ISLAMABAD: A total of 18,000 successful government Hajj applicants are likely to miss the pilgrimage due to 20 percent cut in Hajj quota by the Saudi government due to expansion of Masjidul Haram.
Railways Minister Khawaja Saad Rafique has said that various important steps are being taken to improve the economic condition of Pakistan Railways.
The climbing season has already started in Pakistan with mountaineers attempting not just the 8,000 metres plus peaks but also those seldom summated to set new records.