PM shares image of illuminated Bani Gala ahead of Eid Miladun Nabi (SAW)

Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday shared on Twitter an image of his Bani Gala residence illuminated for the upcoming celebration of Eid Miladun Nabi (SAW). To mark this occasion, PM earlier informed this time Pakistan will witness the biggest ever celebration in history.

FFC becomes largest taxpayer in manufacturing sector

In 'First Taxpayer Recognition Awards,' Fauji Fertilizer Company (FFC) has been awarded as “Largest Tax Payer from Manufacturing Sector (Nationwide).” President of Pakistan Arif Alvi attended the ceremony to encourage the tax culture in Pakistan.

Pakistan’s GDP growth target 0.8% too ambitious as per IMF’s latest projection

The October edition of the World Economic Outlook projects Pakistan’s GDP to grow by 4.0% - 0.8% less than the target set by the incumbent government. The report stresses the need for equitable vaccine access for every country and calls on the G7 and G20 nations to deliver the outstanding doses of vaccines they promised. Vaccines manufacturers and developed countries have been asked to aid the regional production of COVID-19 vaccines.

PM Imran Khan or Gen Bajwa? Who holds the ultimate authority to choose DG ISI?

Speculations were rife on social media last night about the meeting between Prime Minister Imran Khan and COAS General Qamar Javed Bajwa on the issue of the appointment of DG ISI. Fawad Chaudhry confirmed the meeting between them in the press conference today.

FIA arrests man impersonating a PM House officer

FIA claims to have recovered official documents from the accused. He also bluffed people by calling himself the chairman of a non-existent party called the National Peace Council for Inter-faith Harmony Pakistan and collected membership fees for them.

Pakistan’s nuclear hero, A.Q khan dies at 85

Pakistan's nuclear hero A.Q khan dies at 85. His services for transforming Pakistan into the world's first Islamic nuclear power and enabling the country to attain nuclear deterrence against India are laudable.

Pakistan Pavilion at Dubai Expo 2020 to be inaugurated by President Alvi

Pakistan Pavilion at Dubai Expo 2020 to be inaugurated by President Alvi offers an insight into immense investment opportunities in Pakistan along with inspiring the world on topics including climate sustainability, tree plantation and renewable and clean energy solutions.

Looming energy crisis in Pakistan

The PTI government’s criminal negligence is costing the national exchequer billions of rupees annually due to last minute purchase of LNG. The pattern has been the same since the Imran Khan led party took the reins of the country in 2018.

PM Khan’s UNGA speech making waves at home and abroad

Prime Minister Imran Khan praised the military and intelligence agencies for their role in Pakistan’s fight and unprecedented success against domestic terrorism. He called out the West for blaming Pakistan for their failure in Afghanistan and advised them to analyze their failed strategy.

Pakistan’s abysmal performance on renewable energy production

The Asian Development Bank released its validation report of Pakistan’s Renewable Energy Development Sector (REDSI) programme on Saturday, September 25th. The Independent Evaluation Department (IED) of the ADB has declared the REDSI programme for Pakistan as unsuccessful, irrelevant and ineffective but sustainable.

Kamyab Pakistan Programme approved for submission before the cabinet

Kamyab Pakistan Programme is set to be approved by the federal cabinet. The Pakistani premier has always stated that protecting and elevating economically vulnerable segments of the Pakistani populace remains is the topmost priority of his government.

Government revenues growing by an unprecedented 45%: Shaukat Tarin

In a press conference on Wednesday, the finance minister informed the nation regarding the economic performance of the PTI government, and the steps being taken to control inflation in the country. He maintained that Pakistan’s economy was performing well and is on its way to recovery.