Tag Archives: Prime Minister Imran Khan

Pakistan’s exports record 20% growth in July

Islamabad: Pakistan exports rose 20% in July after four-month decline following the coronavirus restrictions and lockdown in the country, officials said Monday. The country also recorded high remittances in the first month of new fiscal year. Prime Minister Imran Khan lauded his government’s achievement and said the current account balance, difference …

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PM launches work on three mega Islamabad road projects

Islamabad:Prime Minister Imran Khan Thursday launched work on three mega road projects to ease traffic flow on the busiest inter-provincial arteries of the Federal Capital, besides the development work in the residential Sector I-15/3. The development projects launched by the prime minister included Rawal Dam Chowk Interchange, Korang Bridge, PWD …

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Pakistan allows business activities five days a week amid pandemic

Islamabad: The Pakistan government has allowed people to do business five days a week during the coronavirus pandemic. The decision was made at a meeting of the National Coordination Committee. It was presided over by Prime Minister Imran Khan. Shops and businesses could function with SOPs from 9am to 7pm, the …

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Pakistan to ease lockdown owing to economic hardship faced by laborers: PM

ISLAMABAD; Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said Monday that the government has decided to gradually ease the COVID-19 related lockdown in the coming days as laborers and daily wagers are suffering due to economic hardship. “Safety-based standard operating procedures (SOPs) have been designed for all the sectors in order to …

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PM allows free movement of goods’ transport across the country

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday said the government had decided to allow free movement of goods’ transport across the country, to ensure the supply and availability of essential commodities, especially food items to the people. Talking to media-persons here, he said the decision had been taken unanimously by …

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