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  • NAB denies raiding residences of Shahbaz Sharif’s daughters Says its officials’ visit was to serve summons notices, accuses “certain sections of creating propaganda”.
  • PML-N’s Hanif Abbasi released from Lahore’s Camp Jail on bail “We completely respect court orders, and will continue to do so in future,” Abbasi says upon his return to Rawalpindi.
  • Karak university students develop IoT-based air pollution detection device Project supervisor claims that device is the first of its kind in Pakistan.
  • Flash flood in South Waziristan kills 8 A search operation is underway to find six children who remain missing.
  • Uber Eats Careem: Apprehensions trump hopes as ride hailing services announce merger Millions of local customers of both Careem and Uber are curious about the impact of the merger of the two rivals.
  • India, Britain mark centenary of Jallianwala Bagh massacre The Jallianwala Bagh massacre saw British troops fire on thousands of unarmed men, women and children in Amritsar.
  • NAB grills Hamza in money laundering case Officials ask him to bring documents when he returns on April 16.
  • Multiparty moot calls for impartial inquiry into BRT ‘corruption’ Seeks 10-year tax exemption for affected traders.
  • Sindh PA speaker sent to prison as NAB’s remand request denied After the end of his last physical remand, the IO produced him again and requested for 15-day extension in his custody.
  • Haftar brings in planes to hit Tripoli govt positions A week of battles has killed 75 people and wounded another 323.
  • Trump says could send illegal migrants to ‘sanctuary cities’ Trump has staked his presidency on his insistence that the US is being overrun by migrants and asylum seekers.
  • 660cc Alto unveiled Alto’s starting localisation level stands at 57 per cent which would be gradually increased in coming years.
  • FBR hurtles for historic Rs450bn revenue shortfall as all heads, except customs duties, miss targets Income tax revenues, including those collected at the import stage, recorded a shortfall of Rs178bn.
  • Budgetary borrowings up 9pc The budgetary borrowing rose to Rs876 billion from July to April 5.
  • Balochistan CM orders installation of CCTV cameras in Hazarganji Decision made in high-level meeting convened after the Hazarganji incident.
  • No compromise on Balochistan’s rights, says Mengal Says that his party’s legislators were striving to secure rights of the impoverished province.
  • UK police complete probe into Altaf’s 2016 speech Six officers of Sindh police appeared before the UK police’s Counter Terrorism Command as witnesses.
  • Pemra chief urges cable operators to stop airing Indian channels The Pemra chief praised Karachi traders for respecting the authority’s rules.
  • PTI lawyer to assist anti-graft body against PML-N Naeem Bukhari to be special prosecutor in all cases against Sharif in the Supreme Court.
  • PM Khan briefed about steps to secure workers’ rights in Punjab Ensuring implementation of labour laws is real challenge which requires special attention, says PM Khan.
  • Bailout package with IMF almost worked out: Asad Finance minister says FATF judging Pakistan with a rigged jury; Fund officials air concerns over CPEC.
  • Ganguly backs India opener Dhawan to shine at World Cup “When he (Dhawan) gets set and gets in he’s unstoppable,” says Ganguly.
  • Pant can be the finisher India need: Srikkanth Famed for his swashbuckling batting, Pant is expected to be the second wicketkeeper in India’s World Cup squad.

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