Foreign Secretary Syrus Qazi has said that Pakistan was not “surprised” by Canada’s revelations that the Indian government was involved in the killing of Sikh leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar in British Columbia in June this year, Geo News reported. Read More I
Pakistan cricketers told to ‘prioritise country’ after poor World Cup
November 29: Pakistan’s cricketers have been told to prioritise country over leagues with the new director of cricket warning against signing up for T20 franchises, two weeks after the South Asian nation wrapped up its poor run at the ICC Cricket World Cup, Al Jazeera reports.
Pakistan bans import of wheat from India, Israel
November 29: Pakistan has imposed a ban on the import of Indian and Israeli wheat, while the commodity will also not be imported from Cuba, Iran, Syria, North Korea, and the Ukrainian territories controlled by Russia, Samaa reports.
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PIA accounts frozen amid safety review by EU
November 30: The accounts of Pakistan International Airlines were frozen by the Federal Board of Revenue on Wednesday at a time when a team from the European Union’s Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) is in Pakistan. Furthermore, the Pakistan State Oil threatened to stop oil supply to the airline if outstanding dues were not settled by today (Thursday), Dawn reports.
Petitions seeking poll delay land before ECP
November 30: With rumour mills continuously churning to create doubts about conduct of general polls on February 8, two separate petitions seeking the postponement of elections landed before the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP), a day before the commission is slated to publish final delimitation lists, Dawn reports.