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Sit-ins caused severe damages to economy, says Ahsan

Sit-ins caused severe damages to economy, says Ahsan 0

🕔 20:41, 1.Oct 2014

ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister of Planning and Development, Ahsan Iqbal has said that the Islamabad sit-ins have caused severe damages to the national economy, ARY News reported.

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FBR collects Rs.549 during first quarter

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🕔 20:35, 1.Oct 2014

ISLAMABAD: The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) has reflected an increase of 14 per cent in tax collection during the first quarter (July-September) of Fiscal Year 2014-15 as compare to same period of previous fiscal year, ARY News reported.

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Katrina Kaif: Will do everything possible for Isabel

Katrina Kaif: Will do everything possible for Isabel 0

🕔 18:38, 1.Oct 2014

Katrina Kaif is happy that her younger sister Isabel has decided to join films and says like any elder sister she will assist the budding actress in building her movie career in Bollywood.

Karachi: Security alert as ASWJ gears up to enter red zone

Karachi: Security alert as ASWJ gears up to enter red zone 0

🕔 15:36, 1.Oct 2014

KARACHI: A large number of activists of Ahle-Sunnat Wal Jamaat (ASWJ) have announced to move towards the Governor House today, which falls under the red zone, to stage sit-in today, ARY News reported.

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