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Punjab govt to benefit from expertise of Istanbul Municipality: Shahbaz

Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has said that provincial government is making concerted efforts to provide basic amenities to people.

Presiding over a meeting via video link from London, he said Punjab government will benefit from the experience and expertise …

3-day long Tableegi Ijtema underway in Chilas

The Three-day long Tableegi Ijtema continued in Chilas, Diamer district for the second day on Sunday.

Chief Minister Hafiz Hafeez-ur-Rehman also participated in the Ijtima today.

The will conclude after offering collective Dua tomorrow morning.

Source: Radio Pakistan

Governor Sindh leaves for UK

Governor Sindh Mohammad Zubair has left for the United Kingdom to motivate British investors for investment in various sectors in the province.

His visit is part of road shows being undertaken to promote Pakistan and specially Karachi as an ideal …

Gemalto research reveals hardware technology companies see 11% increase in earnings following shift to software-based revenue models

Nearly all (94%) device makers have invested in software development in the past five years Nine in 10 (88%) believe the Internet of Things (IoT) is driving growth within the manufacturing industry 84% have changed – or have already changed – their business model to put software at its core in delivering services and generating […]

Gemalto rejects unsolicited and conditional proposal by Atos

Gemalto, the world leader in digital security,   is best positioned to grow successfully on a standalone basis and create long term value for its stakeholders, including its shareholders The Atos proposal does not form the basis for constructive engagement as it: fails to provide a compelling strategy versus Gemalto’s standalone prospects; significantly undervalues the Company; […]

Pakistan Reports Rare Progress in Tense Ties With Afghanistan

ISLAMABAD Pakistan and Afghanistan have agreed for the first time to place liaison officers at each other’s military headquarters for better security coordination, and Islamabad is awaiting a formal response from Kabul to its proposal for opening a wide-ranging bilateral …