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Pakistan’s finance minister promised on Saturday to end the country’s reliance on International Monetary Fund bailouts to shore up its shaky economy, as officials prepare to negotiate a new loan.

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Pakistan, India and Bangladesh are under a new threat of the deadly terrorist organisation Islamic State (IS), also called Daesh, resulting from a major shift from the Middle East, a recent study has found.

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The foreign exchange reserves held by the central bank continued to spiral downwards for the eighth successive week as they fell 2.63% on a weekly basis, according to data released on Thursday.

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Expressing dissatisfaction over Pakistan's efforts to combat terror financing, a delegation of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has asked the country to take robust steps to strengthen its legal framework if it wants to avoid being blacklisted by the anti-money laundering watchdog, according to a media report on Saturday.

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Prime Minister Imran Khan’s Adviser on Institutional Reforms and Austerity Dr Ishrat Husain on Friday said that Pakistan’s major challenge right now is the payment of debt amounting up to Rs1.5 trillion.

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Pakistan expects to finalize details of an International Monetary Fund bailout program before Christmas and won’t allow its dwindling foreign-currency reserves to fall further.

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Terrorists from the Jaish-e-Mohammed and the Lashkar-e-Taiba groups are part of Pakistani Border Action (BAT) teams that attack Indian security forces, exclusive photos accessed by India Today TV show.

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Hafiz Muhammad Saeed, one of the most-wanted terrorists in South Asia, has lashed out at Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan-led government for seeking aid from the Trump administration and walking into what he termed as an American trap of giving aid for the killing of Kashmiri and other 'Mujahideen' in the country.

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At this crucial juncture when India is trying to figure out how to deal with Pakistan’s new PM Imran Khan and his relationship with the army, a new study throws up interesting findings on how Pakistani officers view India.

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Pakistan accounts for 42 per cent of China’s total arms sales over 2000-14, a report by RAND revealed recently. At the Dawn of Belt and Road: China in the Developing World examines the country’s economic, political and military activities across the Global South.

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