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Tuesday 30, June 2015
 
 
 
AAJ Urdu  |  Schedule  |  AAJ Live
 
 
 
 

 
 


 
 
8:24 pm | Web Desk

ISLAMABAD: President Mamnoon Hussain on Monday said that law has taken its course against the plunderers of national resources and time has come for ensuring effective accountability. The President said this while addressing a seminar on Accountability and Good Governance...


 

Philippine opens quota of 50,000 metric tons rice from Pakistan

KARACHI: Phillipine has given a share to Pakistan and offered to import 50,000 metric tons rice from the South Asian country. According to details, Philippines’ The National Food Authority (NFA) has invited its private sector to participate in import of an aggregate volume of 805,200 metric tons of rice under the minimum...



 

Dead lions in India floods spark catfight

AHMEDABAD: Wildlife experts voiced anger Monday at the death of nine endangered lions in floods in western India, saying it showed that at least some of them should be relocated to preserve their numbers. Devastating floods triggered by annual monsoon rains last week killed at least 55 people in the state of...



 

SBP accepts bids of Rs 136.5bn for outright sale

KARACHI: State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) accepted bids of Rs 136.5 billion during its open market operation (outright sale) on Monday. The bids offered for 52 days outright sale were of Rs 297.5 billion. The rate of return accepted is 7.34 per cent per annum, said SBP statement. Source:...



 

Saeed Ajmal determined to prove critics wrong

ISLAMABAD: Off-spinner Saeed Ajmal has said that his career has not finished and he would prove his critics wrong. “The people who are saying I am finished and a spent force are wrong.These are the same people who said that my bowling action would never be cleared and that I would never...





 
 
 
 
 
 

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