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Habib Bank Limited is a Pakistani multinational bank based in Habib Bank Plaza, Karachi, Pakistan. It is owned by Aga Khan Fund for Economic Development and is the largest bank by assets in Pakistan.

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Abdullah Abdullah to visit Pakistan today to discuss Afghan peace process
International

Abdullah Abdullah to visit Pakistan today to discuss Afghan peace process

Afghanistan Chairman of the High Council for National Reconciliation (HCNR), Abdullah Abdullah, is slated to visit Pakistan on Monday on a three-day official visit to discuss the Afghan peace process.

Pak rejects allegations of 'illegal fencing' along Afghan border
International

Pak rejects allegations of 'illegal fencing' along Afghan border

Islamabad, Aug 13 The Pakistan Foreign Office (FO) on Thursday rejected Afghanistan's insinuation that Islamabad was conducting "illegal fencing" ...

Desperate Pak says India creating smokescreen over Kashmir
International

Desperate Pak says India creating smokescreen over Kashmir

Islamabad, Aug 5 A delusional Pakistan remaining in denial over India's right over J&K continued to hector India ...

Pakistan skips crucial meet with India to tackle locust menace
National

Pakistan skips crucial meet with India to tackle locust menace

Pakistan on Thursday skipped a crucial meeting with India to tackle recent locust attacks that led to extensive crop damage in both countries, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said.

No response by Pakistan to India's offer on locust issue, technical meeting likely on June 18
National

No response by Pakistan to India's offer on locust issue, technical meeting likely on June 18

As India braces up for further locust attacks with swarms continuing to cause damage to crops, Pakistan is yet to give a formal response on the request to hold discussions over the issue that affects both the countries. The technical level meeting is now likely to be held on June 18, informed diplomatic sources told ANI on Wednesday.

Bajwa emphasises maximum restraint after Soleimani's death
International

Bajwa emphasises maximum restraint after Soleimani's death

Pakistan's Chief of Army Staff General (COAS) Qamar Javed Bajwa in a call with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo emphasised the "need for maximum restraint and constructive engagement" following the death of top Iranian commander Qasem Soleimani in an American airstrike.

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