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Allamah Raja Nasir Abbas Jafri, secretary general of Majlis-e-Wahdat-e-Muslimeen has congratulated the Pakistani and Iranian nations on historic Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline project.
Tuesday, 12 March 2013 10:23

Analyst hails inauguration of IP project

A Pakistani independent analyst has described inauguration of the final construction phase of the multi-billion-dollar Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline project as a positive development and a step in the right direction.
A Pakistani religious leader on Saturday said that Muslims must follow teachings of the Father of Islamic Revolution Imam Khomeini (may his soul rest in peace) to come out of …
Editor of Pakistani newspaper on Tuesday said that Iran has taken a strong position in talks with 5+1 group adding that ultimately West has to accept Iran’s peaceful nuclear right.
Condemning the massacre of nearly 50 people in a bomb explosion in Pakistan’s port city of Karachi on Sunday, Pairwan-e- Willayat (PeW) demanded immediate end to the Shiite Muslim massacre …
All Pakistan newspapers on Thursday gave wide coverage to the visit of Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari to Iran and his meetings with senior officials of the country.
An Indian professor believes that Iran should not let the US doublespeak on Iran’s nuclear issue continue.
The Maldives has been ranked 22nd among the “most miserable places in the world” by the financial publication Business Insider, on the basis of the country’s unemployment rates and Consumer …
A Pakistani senior analyst on Saturday underscored the need to further enhance Iran-Pakistan cooperation in energy sector.
Monday, 18 February 2013 15:34

Indian tea exports register decline: Report

Indian tea exports have registered a decline of about 23 million kg last year compared to 2011 because of slowdown in the global market, India Tea Association Chairman A K …
Terming the killing of innocent Shiite Muslims in Pakistan as “cruel acts of violence”, an Indian religious scholar on Sunday strongly condemned the massacre of innocent people.
Chief of Pakistan’s top religious party on Saturday said that western efforts to weaken the Islamic Revolution have been failed and Iran is still strong and flourishing with glory.
Rising for the fourth consecutive month, retail inflation remained in double digits at 10.79 per cent in January, driven by higher prices of vegetables, edible oil, cereals and protein-based items.
Responding to policy measures adopted earlier in the year to curb imports, Sri Lanka's trade deficit in 2012 declined by 4.1 percent to US$ 9.3 billion compared to 2011 despite …
Ahead of the India’s January inflation readings later this week, Reserve Bank Governor D Subbarao on Monday said the price rise index which slowed to a three-year low of 7.18 …
Pakistan's former information minister on Thursday stressed the need for forging unity among Muslim Ummah to counter anti-Islam activities of western powers.
India’s economic growth rate this fiscal is estimated to be sharply lower at 5 per cent, lowest in a decade, on account of poor performance of manufacturing, agriculture and services …
Religious Pakistani leader on Monday praised founder of Islamic Revolution Imam Khomeini (may his soul rest in peace) for his struggle in leading Islamic Revolution of Iran to victory.
Stating that the huge bilateral trade potential between India and Pakistan -- estimated to be $19.8 billion -- needs to be exploited, Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations …
Pakistan’s economy has witnessed a modest improvement in fiscal year 2012, as real GDP grew by 3.7 per cent during the year compared with 3.0 percent in fiscal year 2011.