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  • Hammad Azhar elevated to post of federal minister for revenue PM Imran had heaped praise on Azhar for his “composure” in the budget session.
  • PM decides to stay away from video leak controversy PTI leaders confirm that the government wants an investigation into the video leak under the SC or IHC.
  • ADB to give $10bn in five years for development projects This includes $2.1bn disbursements during the current fiscal year.
  • Traders in Faisalabad keep their businesses shut in protest against sales tax Central body reaffirms resolve to observe countrywide strike from the 13th.
  • Steps being taken to check smuggling, says FBR chief Shabbar Zaidi says the government has not imposed any new tax in the budget.
  • Pakistan to get $1.65bn net receipts out of $6bn IMF package Islamabad has to repay about $4.35 billion in four years.
  • As water disappears, parched Sindh delta farmers march north People want the provincial government to declare a water emergency and resolve their woes on a war footing.
  • Ulema oppose capital administration’s request for approved sermons, Azaan at uniform timings The ulema express concern over the possibility of having their sermons approved by the administration.
  • Opposition submits resolution of no-confidence against Senate chairman Opposition senators also submit requisition for Senate session so they can put motion of no-confidence to vote.
  • Reports about PM’s participation in Eastern Economic Forum in Russia ‘speculative’: FO Any announcement regarding engagement between Pakistan and Russia will be made at appropriate time, says Dr Faisal.
  • IG Islamabad forms 2 investigation teams to probe 4-year-old’s alleged rape The minor was abducted and raped after she went out to play; later found abandoned in bushes near her house, FIR states.
  • Pakistan Broadcasters Association ‘condemns taking off air three of its member channels’ Says a complaint has been lodged by AabTak, 24News and CapitalTV against Pemra for “taking their channels off air”.
  • Regulatory duties on imports, exchange restrictions to go Rs7.7tr stock of government debt held by SBP to be converted into tradable securities with market returns.
  • Opposition set to submit no-trust motion against Sanjrani today Opposition senators to discuss strategy for the no-confidence motion in a meeting at Parliament House today.
  • Quetta customs official succumbs to injuries following suspected attack by smugglers Police have arrested three individuals in connection with the incident, police sources say.
  • People want old Pakistan back, says Abbasi Former minister says PML-N is being victimised for launching CPEC and bringing development projects worth Rs29bn.
  • Court wants to know about law on visiting inmates The LHC hears Maryam Nawaz’s petition seeking permission to visit Nawaz Sharif at least twice a week.
  • Judge booked for attempted murder after clash with lawyer The clash between the judge and the lawyer took place on July 1.
  • Tenders for Orange Line operation, maintenance to be floated again “At present, 97 per cent of the work on the project is complete,” an official source in the PMTA tells Dawn.
  • IMF gunning for debt reduction, programme shows According to a staff report by the IMF, Pakistan has entered a high tax environment for the foreseeable future.
  • China demands US cancel arms sale to Taiwan ‘to avoid damaging relations’ Proposed deal “seriously violates one-China principle”, says China’s foreign ministry spokesperson.
  • All-Afghan conference brings country closer to peace Statement issued after round of talks on Tuesday says that a post-war Afghanistan would have an Islamic legal system.
  • Turkey issues arrest warrants for over 200 soldiers Warrants issued over alleged links to Fetullah Terrorist Organisation, the group said to be behind failed coup in 2016.
  • Trump will ‘no longer deal’ with UK envoy who panned him “I do not know the Ambassador, but he is not liked or well thought of within the US,” tweets Trump.
  • British Museum announces return of looted Iraqi and Afghan artefacts Among the artefacts to be sent back to Afghanistan are Gandharan sculptures illegally exported to Britain in 2002.
  • Small step, giant memories: Neil Armstrong’s moonwalk remembered Half a century has passed since Neil Armstrong took his historic first step on the lunar surface.
  • World Cup semi-final between New Zealand and India interrupted by rain New Zealand are 211-5 after 46 overs; match likely to be deferred to tomorrow with an “even worse forecast”.
  • Regret letting Pakistan down in World Cup match against Australia, says Imam “I wanted to contribute more, but that’s life. Humans learn from their mistakes and so will I,” says opener.
  • India’s Dravid appointed head of cricket at national academy Dravid has represented India in 164 Tests and 344 ODIs.
  • Bangladesh sack coach Rhodes after lacklustre World Cup Bangladesh ended their campaign in the World Cup eighth in the league phase.

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