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Pak Mission in London Slapped With $28.7M Penalty

 A high court in London has ordered debiting at least $28.7 million from the accounts of the Pakistan High Commission in London over non-payment of the penalty by Pakistan’s National Accountability Bureau (NAB) to the foreign assets recovery firm Boardsheet LLC…reports Hamza

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Imran Faces Setback in Reko Diq Mining Case

Pakistan government under Prime Minister Imran Khan has already spent over $10 million as legal expenditures on this case…reports Hamza Ameer The Imran Khan-led government of Pakistan is confronted with yet another setback in the Riko Diq case as the high court

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South Asia GDP To Contract 6.1% In 2020: ADB

Economic activity in developing Asia is forecast to contract by 0.4 per cent this year before picking up to 6.8 per cent in 2021 as the region moves toward recovery from the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic, an Asian Development Bank (ADB)

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‘Abraham Accords an example to make big changes’

Abraham Accords proves that decades-long disputes can be solved through negotiations, which could be possible in the Korean peace process as well, South Korea’s top diplomat told Emirates News Agency. “I think looking at the breakthrough here with Abraham Accords, you realise