Pakistan has been on the FATF’s ‘grey list’ for deficiencies in its counter-terror financing and anti-money laundering regimes since 2018. The Foreign Minister now belies that the country is likely to be removed from the grey list.
At least 24 Palestinians killed in Gaza, most of them in Israeli strikes overnight, with over 700 wounded in raids by Israeli occupation forces in Jerusalem and across the occupied West Bank since the start of the recent unrest.
Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid has said 1,100 prisoners in Saudi Arabia jails will return to Pakistan soon after agreements were reached with Saudi Arabia during Prime Minister Imran Khan's visit to the Kingdom over the weekend.
The National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) has reviewed the countrywide situation on coronavirus and expressed its concern over the violation of the government's mandated standard operating procedures (SOPs)...
Shehbaz Sharif is likely to leave for London on medical grounds. There is a strong perception that the NRO has been given to the former ruling party despite strong opposition from Prime Minister Imran Khan. Is it true?
The author discusses how in seventy years the People's Republic of China moved to the center of the world stage, became the world's largest economy (by purchasing power parity rating) in 2014 and what lessons does this hold for Pakistan given it was at the same level of development as China in 1949.