Pakistan Predicted To Be World’s Fastest Growing Muslim Economy in 2017
(The Economist Magazine) Trade Enhancement Initiative- PM Announces an Attractive Package of Incentives of 180 Billion Rupees to Boost Exports- President Directs To Adopt Modern Global Trends to Enhance Exports
According to ‘The Economist magazine’ the financial indicators published suggest that Pakistan is the fastest growing Muslim economy of the world.
Pakistan’s estimated GDP growth – 5.3% – is also ahead of 4% GDP growth of Israel. This makes Pakistan world’s fifth fastest-growing economy in the world, only behind India and China and two other countries.
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Government is pursuing a policy to establish Pakistan's identity as a minority-friendly country.
He was addressing the inauguration ceremony of water filtration plant of Amrat Jal at Katas Raj, a sacred place for Hindus in district Chakwal.The Prime Minister said followers of all religions have equal rights in Pakistan.
Pragmatic policies of Govt improved economy – President at “Two Nation Theory-From Sir Syed to Quaid-e-Azam" in Lahore.
Pakistan's economy has improved due to pragmatic policies of the government.Addressing a conference titled "Two Nation Theory--From Sir Syed to Quaid-e-Azam" in Lahore, he said the government of Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif had successfully rid the country of ill effects of the poor governance of the past regimes.
UN Session - Sustainable peace not possible without settling international disputes – Maleeha Lodhi
Maleeha Lodhi underscores the need for the resolution of long-standing political disputes.Speaking in a debate at the United Nations in New York on conflict prevention and sustainable peace, Pakistan's Ambassador Maleeha Lodhi underscored the need for the resolution of long-standing political disputes to build and sustain peace.
Demonetization and its fall - Backbone of Indian economy broken by PM Modi’s demonetization: Rahul Gandhi
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi Wednesday launched an attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi sharply criticizing the government’s demonetization move.
Gandhi’s remarks came at the day-long Congress convention ‘Jan Vedna Sammelan’ held in New Delhi to discuss the challenges facing the country post demonetization.
US urges Pakistan-India-Afghanistan to cooperate in countering terrorism
The United States has urged Pakistan, India and Afghanistan to cooperate with each other in countering terrorism.US State Department spokesman Mark Toner at a daily press briefing in Washington says the security of three regional countries is interconnected they should cooperate with each other for the betterment of region.Pakistan has made significant efforts to eliminate terrorist heavens in the border areas with Afghanistan.
Peace conference- Kerry to attend Middle East peace conference.
US Secretary of State John Kerry will attend a Middle East peace conference in Paris on Sunday, in a move likely to dismay an already angry Israel. Neither Israel nor the Palestinian leadership will attend the talks, and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu fears the meeting will deepen his diplomatic isolation.
Obama pushes values and prods Trump in final, emotional address
With a final call of his campaign mantra "Yes We Can," President Barack Obama urged Americans on Tuesday to stand up for U.S. values and reject discrimination as the United States transitions to the presidency of Republican Donald Trump.
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