KARACHI/ISLAMABAD Pakistan's central bank rushed on Tuesday to reassure investors and consumers that its banking system had not been hacked after a mass skimming operation hit customers' credit and debit cards.
KARACHI, Pakistan Pakistan's ultra-Islamist party blocked roads in major cities for a third day on Friday in protest against the acquittal of a Christian woman on death row for blasphemy allegations. | Video
KARACHI, Pakistan Pakistan's stock market on Monday closed down 2 percent after briefly hitting a two-year low, weighed down by a global selloff and the new government seeking a bailout from the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
KARACHI, Pakistan, Oct 15 Pakistan's stock
market on Monday closed down 2 percent after briefly hitting a
two-year low, weighed down by a global selloff and the new
government seeking a bailout from the International Monetary
ISLAMABAD The wife of a Pakistani politician killed in a Taliban suicide attack during campaigning won her husband's provincial seat in by-elections as the ruling party of new Prime Minister Imran Khan retained its slim majority in parliament.
KARACHI, Pakistan Oct 10 Shares in Pakistan's
state-controlled national carrier fell 15.9 percent on Wednesday
after the bourse sanctioned the airline for not complying with
stock exchange rules.
KARACHI, Pakistan, Oct 8 Pakistani stocks fell
more than 3 percent on Monday on uncertainty over whether the
new government will approach the International Monetary Fund for
a bailout package or not, a day after Prime Minister Imran Khan
said he was seeking other options.
ISLAMABAD/KARACHI Pakistan wants to build an oil refinery near the deep-water port of Gwadar to reduce petroleum product imports, a planning official said on Tuesday as the government hosted a Saudi delegation reported to be considering funding the project.
KARACHI, Pakistan The head of a Pakistani company convicted of bilking customers worldwide out of $140 million in online sales of bogus university degrees has been arrested weeks after being sentenced to jail, media reported on Wednesday.
KARACHI, Pakistan/ISLAMABAD Pakistan has disputed Washington's account of a phone call between new Prime Minister Imran Khan and U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, denying that there was any discussion on militants operating in Pakistan.