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Pakistan reaffirms commitment to peace, stability in Afghanistan. Nine people martyred in Quetta blast. Tax collection grew by 18.2pc during six months: Dar. US appreciates Pakistan's efforts in fight against terrorism.

 

 


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National News
Pakistan has reaffirmed its commitment to peace, stability in Afghanistan.

World News
A powerful earthquake in Taiwan leveled a 16-storey apartment complex with at least eleven dead and more than 30 feared trapped.

Sports News
Quetta Gladiators outplayed Karachi Kings by 8 wickets in the fourth match of Pakistan Super League 2016 in Dubai.

Business News
Pakistan Stock exchange ended high to close at 32478.98 points at the end of trading day.

Entertainment News
'Kung Fu Panda 3' kicks up US$41 million to dominate US box office.

National News
US special representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan Richard Olson called on Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif at general headquarters, Rawalpindi.

World News
U.S. Secretary of State Kerry has said that talks are now under way about a ceasefire and humanitarian access for civilians in the five-year-old Syrian civil war and it will be clear within days whether that is possible.

Sports News
Peshawar Zalmi beat Islamabad United by 24 runs in the third match of Pakistan Super League in Dubai.

Business News
Oil prices extended their rally in Asia buoyed by hopes of extra stimulus measures in the Eurozone and Japan that could help boost demand in the face of a global supply glut.

Entertainment News
“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” showed few signs of flagging over Christmas weekend, barrelling past the $1 billion mark globally at a faster clip than any film in history.

 
   
   
   
   
 
 
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