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  • PM reviews CPEC projects ahead of second China visit The premier says first phase of CPEC comprised “a few power plants and roads” but second phase will be more expansive.
  • Saudi Arabia executes Pakistani couple on drug-related charges JPP urges govt to “utilise all diplomatic channels to compel Saudi govt to halt executions of Pakistanis”.
  • Next year and a half will be difficult for country’s economy: Hammad Azhar Alleges Hamza Shahbaz quoted “false numbers to draw attention away from his case”.
  • Nepal to send team to clean Mount Everest Decades of commercial mountaineering have turned the mountain into the world’s highest rubbish dump.
  • PTV MD Arshad Khan removed from position Hassan Immad Mohammedi to serve as the PTV managing director till further notice.
  • Father arrested in Pasrur for allegedly raping his own daughter Police register case, arrest accused on victim’s complaint.
  • Court says written guarantee from Khadim Rizvi will no longer help bail plea Bench says decision on bail will now be made solely on the basis of arguments presented in court and under the law.
  • FBR identifies another suspected benami account in Karachi FBR finds Rs360m in account of suspect from a lower-income neighbourhood.
  • PHC asks govt to fix weight limit for schoolbags Sets four months deadline for legislation about it.
  • AJK secretaries demand additional benefits Their demands were made to Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider at a recent meeting convened to review performance.
  • CDA issuing final notices to wedding marquee owners 75 out of capital’s 77 marquees operating without NOCs, 45 issued final notices on Wednesday.
  • Meesha fined for counsel’s absence Judge fines Rs10,000 on Shafi as her counsel failed to appear despite the last opportunity given on previous hearing.
  • Greenline train fare increased Railway increases almost Rs600 per ticket after restoring refreshment, dining services.
  • PIA hostess ‘goes missing’ in France Sources say the Lahore-based hostess may seek asylum in Europe.
  • Dairy farmers increase milk price by Rs23 a litre Now the commodity will be available at Rs120 per litre at retail outlets.
  • IMF sees sharp jump in fiscal deficit, debt Debt-to-GDP ratio is projected at 72.7pc by end of FY19.
  • Asad meets World Bank president, US treasury secretary The minister is in the US to attend spring meetings of the World Bank Group, which includes the IMF.
  • Fresh evidence against Sharifs unearthed: PM Corruption cases will be instituted against them in the coming days, says Imran.
  • Key suspect in rental power projects case held: NAB In 2017 Pakistan lost the case in the World Bank’s International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes
  • Pakistan to suffer irreparable loss if PTI stays in power: Zardari JUI-F and PPP have unanimity of views on almost all political issues, says Maulana Fazl after meeting Zardari.
  • Indians head to the polls with Modi the front runner The alliance led by Modi’s BJP is poised to win a narrow majority of 273 of the 543 seats at stake, polls show.
  • Turkey to look for alternatives if US doesn’t deliver F-35s Turkey’s moves to buy the Russian S-400 technology have heightened tensions with Washington.
  • Cricket World Cup trophy arrives in Pakistan for a second time The Garrard-made trophy set to go on display in Islamabad, Lahore and Karachi.
  • FIFA mission to Pakistan postponed till May The joint FIFA/AFC fact-finding mission to Pakistan was due to come later this month to meet with the stakeholders.
  • Lanning calls for more women’s Test cricket There has only been one women’s Test in the last three years.

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