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  • White House confirms July 22 meeting between PM Imran, US President Trump President Trump and Prime Minister Khan will discuss counterterrorism, defence, energy, trade, and other issues.
  • ‘It’s time to change the mindset on taxes,’ PM Khan tells Karachi’s businesspersons “We are 210 million people, our small contributions will make a big amount.”
  • ‘Work with the government as partners,’ PM Imran tells business community in Karachi “Pakistan’s economy can no longer be run according to the old methodology,” says Imran Khan.
  • Govt sets caps by age on amount of foreign currency allowed to be carried abroad Travellers above 18 can carry $10,000 on a single visit abroad.
  • Pakistan receives $991m as first tranche of IMF programme Under the bailout package, IMF will also conduct quarterly review of Pakistan’s performance.
  • Govt changes master plan of Islamabad to set up university at PM House Cabinet’s approval of change to master plan is specifically for 50 acres of Prime Minister House, minister says.
  • Foreign investors’ confidence rises The visibly improved security situation has boosted the confidence of foreign investors, finds OICCI survey.
  • ‘Govt trying to introduce uniform sales tax system’ Hammad Azhar says that if the current tax rate is not increased it will lead the country towards bankruptcy.
  • Pakistan finally gets access to Qatar’s rice market Will export 100,000 bags of rice to Qatar as part of govt initiative to enhance overall rice exports from the country.
  • Prisons department assures court: Nawaz’s physician will be allowed jail visits as per law Additional advocate general says Dr Adnan Khan gave political statements whenever he met Nawaz in the past.
  • 52 travel agents found involved in registering smuggled cell phones in Gujranwala Cyber crime wing in-charge says eight people have been arrested for involvement in registering smuggled mobile phones.
  • Fertiliser to cost more, says Razak Razak says fertiliser sector had demanded an increase of Rs200 per bag but this was not acceptable to the government.
  • ‘Anti-encroachment drive’ in Model Town upsets PML-N Officials seize articles at PML-N secretariat, Shahbaz’s residence.
  • NAB completes corruption probe against ex-law minister Lanjar Sindh Assembly speaker’s family booked in a graft case have fled abroad, NAB tells court.
  • Europeans take first step to punish Iran over breaches of nuclear pact The nuclear diplomacy is a central issue in a wider confrontation between the United States and Iran.
  • American billionaire Ross Perot, who sought presidency, dies Perot’s fortune was estimated at $4.1 billion by Forbes magazine in April 2019.
  • Investor interest wanes in third LNG terminal amid govt indecision Gas shortfall to increase next winter.
  • Govt has made extra payments of Rs956bn to IPPs in 10 years: senator Nepra, power companies challenge the observations, saying conclusions are based on misconceptions.
  • PML-N urges SC to take suo motu action on leaked video of judge Ahsan Iqbal says army, judiciary and other sensitive institutions should be above political controversies.
  • CJP meets IHC chief amid calls for probe into video leak PBC vice chairman says high court can take action against accountability judge.
  • Anchorperson Mureed Abbas gunned down in Karachi Police say the anchorperson was killed during a fight over a personal dispute.
  • UK ambassador to US quits days after leaked cables on Trump Kim Darroch says “in the current circumstances the responsible course is to allow the appointment of a new ambassador”.
  • India’s World Cup dream shattered as New Zealand win by 18 runs This is the second time the Black Caps have reached the World Cup final.
  • Federer eyes 100th Wimbledon win and Nadal showdown At 37, Federer is the oldest quarter-finalist since Jimmy Connors in 1991.
  • England face acid test in World Cup semi-final clash with Australia Four years of planning will be put on the line for England when they face Australia at Edgbaston on Thursday.
  • Lawmakers take to the field in first parliamentary cricket world cup The event is aimed at promoting relationships between the parliamentarians and to celebrate the Cricket World Cup.
  • World Cup semi-final between New Zealand and India deferred after no let up in rain New Zealand were 211-5 after 46 overs when the match was paused; innings to resume at 10:30am (2:30pm PST) on Wednesday.

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