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  • FIA seizes Rs420 million in crackdown against hundi, hawala dealers in Karachi Agency says “another major exchange company, similar to Khanani and Kalia International, is operating out of Dubai.”
  • Two killed, 10 injured in Chaman blast targeting FC vehicle: police Unidentified militants had planted an IED on a motorcycle.
  • Meesha Shafi petitions SC to overturn LHC ruling in case against Ali Zafar Wants the statements of witnesses recorded and their cross-examination conducted in separate hearings.
  • Four major generals promoted to the rank of lieutenant general: ISPR Lieutenant General Sahir Shamshad Mirza and Lieutenant General Nauman Mahmood among officers promoted.
  • Umar-led delegation meets WB, ADB officials in Washington Finance minister meets US Treasury officials, Saudi counterpart on sidelines of IMF, WB spring meetings.
  • Microsoft’s work with Chinese military university raises eyebrows Tech giant’s work with the military-backed NUDT comes amid increasing scrutiny around China-US academic partnerships.
  • Malaysia says China-backed rail project to resume at lower cost Agreement to reduce the cost of East Coast Rail Line ECRL to 44 billion ringgit from 65.5 billion ringgit.
  • Taliban announce spring offensive amid Afghan peace push “Our Jihadi obligation has not yet ended,” the Taliban say.
  • 20 killed, 48 injured in attack targeting Hazara community in Quetta Attack claims lives of 9 members of Hazara community, one FC soldier; PM condemns “terrorist attack” and seeks inquiry.
  • Two oil company workers shot dead in N. Waziristan Officials say the attack is carried out in Chota Datakhel area near Afghan border.
  • Punjab finance secretary applies for long leave ahead of budget Official sources say Hamid Yakoob Sheikh has applied for three-year extraordinary leave.
  • India urged to free Pakistani fishermen languishing in jails “The families of fishermen don’t know when their loved ones will return home, or if they will come back alive even.”
  • World’s biggest election tests Modi’s grip on power Election officials report a heavy turnout across the 20 states taking part in the first day of the massive exercise.
  • Four coal miners laid to rest The four workers died of suffocation in a coal mine in the Kala Khel area of Bara on Wednesday
  • Development spending dips to Rs449bn in nine months Development expenditure is down 26pc from Rs607bn in the same period last year.
  • Trade deficit dips 14pc to $23.4bn in nine months Dip attributed to fall in imports; exports see marginal growth despite devaluation, cash assistance to major sectors.
  • Taliban announce ‘ban’ on Red Cross, WHO in Afghanistan The militant organisation says ICRC violated agreements, accuse WHO of “suspicious movements”.
  • Sarfraz not concerned about India’s refusal to play Pakistan at World Cup The arch-rivals are set to meet in Manchester on June 16.
  • ‘PCB negotiating with Sri Lanka on hosting Tests in Pakistan’ A PCB official says negotiations are underway but nothing is final yet.
  • Afghan spinners will be successful in World Cup, says Nabi The 34-year-old batting all-rounder will form a potent spin attack with Rashid Khan and Mujeeb Ur Rahman.

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