Trump Tough Talk Unlikely to Move Pakistan
U.S. Warns Angry Pakistan on Afghan Militant Support
U.S. Sanctions Chinese, Russians Over N. Korea Support
Indian Factory Shut After Dumping Dye
China Defends Pakistan Against Trump Criticism
India’s Top Court Bans Islamic Instant Divorce
Taliban Warn Afghanistan Will Become ‘Graveyard’ for U.S.
The 32-year-old actress appeared in films that amassed $1.2 billion in global ticket sales.
Deal is estimated to be worth about $84 million.
Tata Group in trouble as ousted chairman takes firm to court over alleged mismanagement.
Walt Disney Studios also nets another industry record with $2.7 billion earned in North America.
Proposed stake in ride-sharing app is worth $100 million.
Struggling tech company reveals over a billion users affected in hack dating back to 2013.
Streaming service follows Netflix in being available across the world, including Pakistan.
Pakistan Stock Exchange’s benchmark index was one of the best performing indices of 2016.
The money will go toward overhauling electricity infrastructure in Karachi, according to state minister.
Apple reveals autonomous vehicle ambitions in letter to government.
Manager of Palestinian Coke franchisee says they are only concerned with economic success, not political implications.
Authorities will scrutinize proposed deals, curbing ‘risky investments.’
Funds to be utilized for ‘working capital requirements’ and improvement in passenger services.
Film distributors in Pakistan suffer following the country’s ban on Bollywood movies.
Despite gains in credit rating, foreign investment, millions in country still struggling to make ends meet.
Despite claims from president-elect that newspaper is lost subscribers over its reportage, it says there has been a net increase of 41,000 paid readers.
Pakistan’s ‘war on terror’ has cost $118bn, says State Bank.
On-demand streaming service could challenge Netflix as it aims to launch ‘The Grand Tour’ in over 200 countries.
Economists say president-elect’s trade threats could risk retaliation and lead to job losses, recession.
Economists say president-elect’s trade protectionism could spiral into ‘trade wars’ that have no winners.