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The Lakson Group is a Pakistani conglomerate company which is based in Karachi, Pakistan. It was founded in 1954 and is owned by Lakhani family. The conglomerate is based in Karachi, currently chaired by Iqbal Ali Lakhani and was founded in 1954.
In yet another incident of target killing, a local tribal leader was shot dead "mysteriously" by unknown people in Pakistan's Noth Waziristan.
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Health Minister Taimur Saleem Jhagra was booked on Tuesday for violating COVID-19 standard operating procedures (SOPs) after pictures of him attending a large iftar gathering in Peshawar went viral on social media.
After banning the Tehreek-i-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP), under the country's anti-terrorism law, the federal government of Pakistan is now set to move to Supreme Court for dissolution of the radical Islamist party that caused violent protests this week following the arrest of their leader, The Express Tribune reports.
In view of the incessant surge in daily COVID-19 cases, authorities in Pakistan's Punjab province on Tuesday announced the extension of smart lockdowns, enforced in COVID-19 hotspots, till April 26.
Even though Iran and China signed a 25-year strategic cooperation agreement as part of Beijing's Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), many Iranians remain sceptical about the deal on various points such as losing natural resources and the creation of a Chinese military base in Iran.
Hundreds of demonstrators of Jani Khel dharna on Sunday marched towards Islamabad to protest against the brutal murder of four Pashtun youths hailing from Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province.
In yet another case of police brutality in Pakistan, the provincial police in Sindh has baton-charged and detained over two dozen teachers for protesting outside the Chief Minister House in Karachi.
Amid the rising number of coronavirus cases, Pakistan has placed a travel ban on 12 African countries under the COVID-19 standard operating procedures (SOPs) and eased the restrictions on flights coming from the United Kingdom, The Express Tribune reported.
Amid low chances of Pakistan exiting the Financial Action Task Force's (FATF) grey list on Thursday, a research paper by an Islamabad-based think tank has revealed that Pakistan sustained a total of USD 38 billion in economic losses due to FATF' decision to thrice place the country on its grey list since 2008.