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  • Dollar gains Rs1.70 in open market Close of financial year, speculation termed main reason behind appreciating value.
  • Zardari arrested by NAB after IHC rejects bail plea, taken to Rawalpindi High court also rejects Faryal Talpur’s bail extension in fake accounts case; Bilawal asks workers to remain calm.
  • Bilawal calls for resignation of NA speaker, deputy speaker over ‘bias’ “This is not a democratic Pakistan — this is a censored Pakistan.”
  • GDP growth rate falls to 3.29pc in FY19; agricultural, industrial growth registers sharp slowdown Sector-wise growth falls short of projections, Pakistan Economic Survey 2018-19 report reveals.
  • Deputy speaker adjourns National Assembly session over PPP’s protests “If I am not allowed to speak in the house, I won’t let Bilawal speak either,” says Sheikh Rashid.
  • Shahbaz may try to flee again: Rashid “Mr Sharif will try to escape again soon after the assembly session,” says Railways Minister Sheikh Rashid.
  • Section 144 imposed in North Waziristan due to ‘current law and order situation’ Threats of militancy and other sabotage activities are expected in the district in case of sit-ins and rallies: order.
  • Budget to lay down parameters for austerity: PM’s aide Imran to address nation today; Firdous warns opposition against taking law into its own hands during protests.
  • Govt eyes 4pc growth rate for next fiscal year Improvements in investment, savings envisaged.
  • Major swing in Eid market The key gainers of this shift were local providers of goods and services.
  • Talks between textile exporters, govt break down Both sides hold their ground, zero-rated regime to end in upcoming budget.
  • ‘Take full advantage’: Prime Minister Imran calls on citizens to declare assets by June 30 The address comes just a day before the announcement of the federal budget for the fiscal year 2019-20.
  • Divided G20 admits worsening trade wars a threat to world economy Trade battles were front and centre of policymakers’ minds.
  • Sindhri arrives in market late amid lacklustre activity Finally a bidder wins with a bid of Rs1,140 for 15kg sack or Rs76 per1kg of unripe Sindhri variety.
  • Zardari says slogan of ‘Go Imran Go’ to reverberate across country soon ‘PM Imran Khan is incapable of running the country as it was not the job of a cricketer to manage govt’s affairs.’
  • WHO report on HIV spread exposed PPP’s performance, says Palijo Palijo saya HIV/AIDS and hepatitis are playing havoc in province as such patients were found in its every village.
  • China working on system to protect its technology, says daily No details have been released about what China is calling a national technological security management list.
  • Germany backs two-state solution to Middle East conflict Palestinians have already rejected the US peace deal.
  • Pakistan to issue five-year visas to Americans US used to issue the same kind of visa to Pakistanis, but recently changed its policy.
  • Economic crisis eliminating middle class, says Asfandyar ANP holds rallies across Khyber Pakhtunkhwa against price hike.
  • Former rulers launched show-off projects: Buzdar Buzdar says he is neither in favour of showoff nor “fake” works.
  • Protesters demand immediate suspension of drive to clear KCR route The Sindh govt has promised to provide makeshift housing to affected families.
  • Singapore is top source of foreign direct investment into India Singapore was followed by Mauritius ($8.08bn), Netherlands ($3.87bn), the United States ($3.14bn) and Japan ($2.97bn).
  • PBC forms bodies to identify ‘corrupt, inefficient’ judges Group of lawyers from Punjab opposes June 14 strike call; Punjab bar distances itself from Islamabad gathering.
  • Judges to decide Faez Isa’s case: CJP “You should trust your judges, they will provide justice,” he was quoted by TV channels as saying.
  • JUI-F won’t tolerate PTI govt any more: Fazl Says his party will soon take to the streets against ‘puppet government’.
  • Elderly woman among two wounded as protestors, police clash in Umerkot PPP chairperson Bilawal Bhutto Zardari takes notice of “police brutality against members of minority community”.
  • ‘Million march’: Huge Hong Kong protest against China extradition law Dense crowds snake their way through the city chanting “Scrap the evil law!” and “Oppose China extradition!”
  • Washout could leave South Africa World Cup hopes down the drain South Africa were 29 for the loss of two wickets when rain interrupted the game.
  • Zampa uses hand warmers, says Finch amid ball-tampering claims Video footage showed Zampa putting his hand into his pocket before rubbing the ball prior to bowling the 24th over.
  • Rabada urges South Africa to ignore off-field issues ahead of WI clash A tough opening week in the round-robin group phase has left the Proteas with little margin for error.
  • Ton-up Shakib glad promotion to No.3 paying dividends It was the third time the all-rounder had passed fifty in as many innings this tournament.
  • Rattled Rashid okay after Ferguson blow Afghanistan’s brightest cricket star failed an initial concussion test on Saturday.
  • NZ should consider changes for India game: Hesson The Black Caps secured their third successive win in the tournament in England on Saturday.
  • Dhoni removes logo from gloves Dhoni’s gloves in the opening game against South Africa bore an apparent military insignia.
  • India defeat Australia by 36 runs in clash of heavyweights Dhawan scores century; Kumar and Bumrah take three wickets each.

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