Electricity tariff reduced up to 50pc on additional usage to promote industries

ISLAMABAD: The government on Tuesday announced up to 50 percent reduction in electricity tariff on additional usage to promote industries in the country. Prime Minister Imran Khan announced a relief package for... Read more »

Cabinet allows export of all PPE items

ISLAMABAD: The federal cabinet in its meeting held on Tuesday allowed export of all Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) items. The cabinet approved to lift the ban on export of Tyvek Suits and... Read more »

OMCs must have 21 days stock of POL products, federal cabinet decides

ISLAMABAD: Authorities to enforce license condition that Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs) must have 21 days stock in order to ensure availability of petroleum products. Prime Minister Imran khan chaired the meeting of... Read more »

State-owned land in major cities to be offered for sale to overseas Pakistanis

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday said that the government has planned to offer sale of state-owned land in major cities to overseas Pakistanis. While chairing the federal cabinet meeting, the... Read more »

Cabinet to announce major relief in prices of basic food items

ISLAMABAD: The federal cabinet in its meeting scheduled for Tuesday, February 12, 2020 will announce major relief in prices of basic food items, Prime Minister Imran Khan announced on Sunday. Read more »

Cabinet approves gradual reduction in regulatory duty

ISLAMABAD: The Federal Cabinet has approved gradual reduction in regulatory duty and additional customs duty under first-ever National Tariff Policy (NTP). Read more »

Dr. Hafeez Shaikh entrusted for finance charge in major cabinet reshuffle

ISLAMABAD: Dr. Hafeez Shaikh has been appointed as Advisor to Prime Minister on Finance following resignation of Asad Umar from the slot of finance minister. Read more »

No decision on amnesty scheme, cabinet to consider tomorrow

ISLAMABAD: The federal cabinet has discussed the planned tax amnesty scheme and it will decide in tomorrow’s meeting, sources said on Tuesday. Read more »