Negotiators have until the evening to resolve an impasse on arrangements that would guarantee Britain zero-tariff and zero-quota access to the EU’s single market, though talks could carry on if they miss the deadline.
The opposition members were pushing back the legislation related to the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), said Naseem.
The committee of Sindh government and traders have begun the second round of talks to hold consultations over resuming business activities amid coronavirus lockdown.
The government and opposition leaders have decided to recommend new names for CEC post and withdrew all previous names, sources said.
The second round of talks between the government's dialogue team and the Rehbar Committee comprising leaders of all opposition parties remained inconclusive once again.
BRUSSELS: EU countries are floating new ideas to further curb migrant arrivals and overcome splits over how to share responsibility for those who land on Europe’s shores. The following are some of the proposals being debated: Stemming migration flows The one and only thing on which EU countries agree is the need to reduce the number of people risking their lives at sea to reach Europe. In 2016, the bloc reached a multi-billion-euro deal with Turkey to take back migrants who cross by boat to Greece. From an estimated…
NEW DELHI: Pakistan and India ended their month-long stalemate over diplomats’ harassment with both sides issuing statements to settle the dispute. But latest reports suggest that national security advisers of both the countries intervened to clear the air. According to Economic Times, Pakistan’s NSA Nasir Janjua and his Indian counterpart Ajit Doval helped India and Pakistan arrive at the March 30 rapprochement which has ended - for now - the standoff over harassment of diplomats and other staff. It is reported that a…
The nine-year wait is about to over. The terrorists who put Pakistan cricket in a deadlock have been defeated as hundreds of fans, fighting the heat and near-suffocating security blanket marched towards the stadium. It is like a big festival for the nearly 20-million people of the metropolis. The city is buzzing, with hoardings welcoming the players and the Pakistan Super League final. Much before the gates were opened at 12 noon, fans had started to walk towards the designated points for the shuttle, which carried…
KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has said that his government has vowed to give additional subsidy for export of sugar so that crushing could start but still the federal government has not issued notification for the subsidy it had announced. This he said while talking to media at First Tripartite Labour Conference here at a local hotel on Monday. Sindh Chief Minister speaks at Tripartite Conference (P-I) Karachi: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah speaks at Tripartite Conference organised by…
ISLAMABAD: Another meeting of Terms of Reference (ToRs) committee on Panama Leaks probe has failed to yield positive results as the deadlock persists even after eighth meeting between the ruling and opposition parties, ARY News reported.