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SECP notifies amendments for corporate rules
ISLAMABAD: The Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) has issued notification for amendments to the Public Sector Companies (PSCs) Rules, 2013, after approval by the federal government, a statement said on Friday. The rules have been revised in view of the implementation experience, as well as the feedback received from the line ministries of public sector companies and other stakeholders. The amendments are
Cyprus, India sign four agreements
NEW DELHI: India and Cyprus on Friday signed four agreements, including on air services and merchant shipping, following delegation-level talks headed by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades here. “Advancing a multifaceted partnership. The two leaders witness exchange of four agreements after delegation talks and working luncheon,” External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Gopal
Pakistan’s private sector ready to invest in Jordan
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan President Mamnoon said that private sector of Pakistan is keen to invest in Jordan adding that the latter can benefit from Pakistan’s expertise in developing its textile sector. President said this while talking to Faisal Akef El-Fayez, President of the Senate of Jordan who along-with a delegation called on him at the Aiwan-e-Sadr, Islamabad. Chairman Senate Mian Raza Rabbani and ambassador of Jordan Nawaf
Negative global cues subdue Indian stock indices
MUMBAI: Indian equity markets were subdued by weak global cues and heavy selling pressure in fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) and banking stocks on Friday. The key indices traded in the red and the barometer 30-scrip BSE Sensex slipped below the important 30,000-level. The wider 51-scrip Nifty of the National Stock Exchange (NSE) fell by 38.10 points or 0.41 per cent to 9,304.05 points. The BSE Sensex, which opened at 30,064.
Sri Lankan rupee drops on importer dollar demand
COLOMBO: The Sri Lankan rupee fell on Friday as small banks bought dollars to meet importers’ demand for the US currency, with the market expecting the local currency to be steady due to expected dollar inflows, dealers said. Sri Lanka expects to raise up to $1.5 billion via a sovereign bond, while another $1 billion is expected from two separate syndicated loans. Rupee forwards (SLKR) were active, with two-week forwards
Soft Power Council a profound vision for stepping up UAE's interaction with world: AD CP
ABU DHABI: Thanks to the wise leadership of President His Highness She..
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VP endorses project to improve Latifa Bint Hamdan, Umm Al Sheef Streets at cost Dhs800m
DUBAI: Vice President, Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, H..
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Mohammed launches UAE Soft Power Council
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Hamdan hails support of Islamic Development Bank
DUBAI: HIS Highness Sheikh Hamdan Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler ..
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Ajman discusses measures to enhance performance
AJMAN: The Ajman Executive Council (AEC) has discussed plans to upgrad..
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US Marines return to Afghanistan’s volatile Helmand
LASHKAR GAH: US Marines returned to Afghanistan’s volatile Helmand on ..
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19 killed as Myanmar bus plunges into gorge
YANGON: Nineteen people were killed and 21 injured after their bus top..
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Southeast Asian leaders wrestle over China at summit
MANILA: Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte faced pushback on Saturda..
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‘No Nostradamus’ Klitschko foresees win over Joshua
LONDON: Anthony Joshua said it took “two to tango” after Wladimir Klit..
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Kejriwal accepts mistake, says will introspect and correct
NEW DELHI: Three days after the Aam Aadmi Party was defeated in the De..
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