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  • COAS to visit Pentagon for interaction with top US military officials: DG ISPR Gen Bajwa will also accompany Prime Minister Imran Khan for his meeting with President Donald Trump tomorrow.
  • Banks allowed to do foreign currency business with public Banks also told to ensure the availability of foreign currencies to sell to the public.
  • PM Imran invites businessmen, investors in US to benefit from economic opportunities in Pakistan Earlier, hundreds of supporters lined up along Massachusetts Avenue near Pakistan House to welcome the premier.
  • 6 policemen martyred in gun, bomb attack in DI Khan Gun attack on checkpost was followed by a suicide blast at hospital.
  • Door open to repairing ties, says White House as PM reaches US US administration official says Islamabad will have to ‘change its policies’ towards militancy and regional peace.
  • Had there been deal, Nawaz would have been free: Maryam “The PML-N cannot stab democracy in the back,” says the PML-N leader.
  • Amnesty deadline for govt employees hiding job status extended Over 80,000 officials obtained passports while concealing their positions.
  • Hafiz Saeed’s arrest not linked to PM’s US visit: Firdous Awan says Saeed’s arrest was part of the ongoing measures under the National Action Plan.
  • Unofficial results show independents secure most seats in historic KP Assembly polls Independents obtain 6, PTI get 5, JUI-F secure 3, while JI and ANP get 1 seat each, according to unofficial ECP results.
  • PTI move to allow presidents, governors to rejoin politics without delay Sources say that the federal government is considering amending the Constitution.
  • Govt fed fake news to UK tabloid to malign me, Shahbaz tells court Shahbaz says the government should have presented evidence before the court if it had anything against him.
  • PPP to lead opposition’s anti-govt campaign in Sindh on 25th JUI-F, PML-N, JUI-P Noorani, ANP and PkMAP to protest alongside PPP against govt.
  • Unfazed by accidents, PR will launch five more freight trains The PR also has plans to refurbish 200 old coaches and overhaul as many as 100 locomotives.
  • Sindh govt shelves Blue Line bus project due to financial crunch Officials agree to relaunch scheme once province’s financial health improves.
  • Seminary head in Rahim Yar Khan booked for speech against PM, CTD A district police spokesperson says raids were being conducted to arrest the seminary head.
  • Three roads to be named after literary personalities in Islamabad The roads will be named after Josh Malihabadi, Jameeluddin Aali and Hafeez Jalandhari.
  • Despite IHC’s direction, video leak judge not sent back to LHC The law ministry has made judge Malik an ‘officer on special duty’ with his status ‘awaiting posting’.
  • Generator sales decline amid improving power supply “Generator market has no buyers in this year’s summer season,” says the owner of Sikandar and Co, Sikandar Shahzada.
  • Bleak economic outlook drags index down The benchmark KSE-100 index, down by a staggering 1,214 points or 3.60 per cent, closes at 32,459 points.
  • PNSC to buy third Aframax The Aframax category tanker is used for haulage of crude oil.
  • US putting troops back in Saudi Arabia The Saudi Foreign Ministry announced the basing agreement on Friday without mentioning details.
  • Former Delhi chief minister dies Dikshit died at a hospital in New Delhi where she had been admitted for treatment for a heart ailment.
  • Indian selectors bet on Pant as Dhoni’s future remains unclear MS Dhoni has not provided even a hint of what his future plans are.
  • Cricket World Cup final umpire admits ‘error’ “I agree that there was an error of judgement when I see it on TV replays now,” says Kumar Dharmasena.
  • Indian selectors face questions as Dhoni opts out of WI tour Finding a replacement for Dhoni will top the agenda when India’s selectors meet in Mumbai on Sunday.
  • Rashid targets major improvement for struggling Afghanistan “Having the 2023 World Cup in the mind from here on, we should have proper preparation for the 50 overs,” he says.

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