Beijing permits the nation’s airline to restart service to China.

Beijing (Reuters) – More than three years after ceasing because to COVID-19 limitations, Beijing has let North Korea’s state-run airline Air Koryo to restart flights to China, the Chinese foreign ministry announced on Monday. The decision coincides with indications of greater communication between North Korea and its largest commercial partner and neighbor. According to a […]

Facebook is allegedly being sued by Thailand for suspected frauds.

Reuters: Bangkok The second-largest economy in Southeast Asia’s Facebook (META.O) may be shut down, according to Thailand’s digital minister, if Meta Platforms doesn’t take steps to stop frauds that have impacted more than 200,000 individuals. “We are asking the court to close Facebook, not allowing it to provide services in Thailand if they let these […]

Esha Deol Wishes Sunny Deol for Gadar 2 Following Wedding Controversy

The teaser for Sunny Deol’s next film Gadar 2 has received widespread acclaim, and industry colleagues have complimented him. Sunny’s half-sister Esha Deol expressed her hopes for the film in a rare contact. Sunny’s son Karan Deol’s wedding was missed by Esha, who subsequently congratulated him on social media. Esha re-shared the Gadar 2 video […]

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Water Resources Development Project Gets $3.60 Million OK from ADB

Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Water Resources Development Project has been given the Asian Development Bank’s (ADB) approval, and $3.60 million in concessional ordinary capital resources financing has been provided. According to the project documentation, the Pakistani government asked the ADB for Project Readiness Financing (PRF) to get the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Water Resources Development Project ready. The project supports Pakistan’s […]

Despite Russia’s sanctions, Opec+ is expected to maintain its oil production levels.

(AFP) – Before new penalties on Moscow take effect, major oil-producing nations headed by Saudi Arabia and Russia appear ready to maintain their existing output levels at a summit on Sunday. The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), which has 13 members, will reconsider its agreement to reduce output by two million barrels per […]

India will allow wheat shipments to transit while customs clearance is completed

NEW DELHI: India’s government announced on Tuesday that it will accept foreign wheat shipments pending customs clearance, easing restrictions on exports after the country prohibited international sales of the staple on Saturday. India will also allow wheat exports to Egypt, according to the ministry. “Wherever wheat consignments have been handed over to Customs for scrutiny […]

70% of PTI Government’s Foreign Loans are used to repay previous debts.

The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government borrowed $52 billion in external loans in three years and eight months, placing it first among the previous four governments. In fact, the PTI returned 70% of the debts incurred by previous governments. It had surpassed Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N), which had $49.761 billion in foreign borrowings and $27.071 billion […]

Pakistan’s economy would rank 16th by 2050. PwC report

KARACHI: PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) believes that Pakistan will achieve exceptional growth rates over the next three decades, overtaking industrialised nations such as Canada and Italy to become the world’s 16th largest economy by 2050 in a new report. The consultancy firm produced its first ‘World in 2050’ report in March 2006, which featured GDP growth predictions […]

Pakistan’s exports to China increased by 17% in the first quarter.

Pakistan’s exports to China surpassed 1.039 billion dollars in the first quarter of this year, from January to March, representing an almost 17 percent growth. According to figures released by the General Administration of Customs of China, China’s exports to Pakistan climbed by 28.69 percent in the first three months of this year, totaling 6.058 […]