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PTI
October 17, 2020
Sharif was addressing the first power show of the alliance of 11 opposition parties - Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) -- in Gujranwala, some 80 km from Lahore, late on Friday night via video link from London


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, October 10, 2020
Microsoft Corp said it would allow most of its employees to clock in up to half their weekly working hours remotely, providing greater flexibility even after offices start reopening; Tomato prices have sky-rocketed in Pakistan, touching Rs 200 per kg-mark across major cities including Karachi and Islamabad this week; India can become the artificial intelligence (AI) capital of the world because of the talent pool and complex problems that it has, Tata Sons Chairman N Chandrasekaran said. Watch this and more on News Blast.Also Read: US elections 2020: Twitter imposes restrictions, more warning labels to curb misinformation


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, October 10, 2020
India's fuel demand shrinks 4.4% to 15.47 mn tonnes in SeptIndia's fuel demand fell about 4.4% in September compared with a year earlier, data from the Petroleum Planning and Analysis Cell (PPAC) of the Oil Ministry showed on Friday.Consumption of fuel, a proxy for oil demand, totalled 15.47 million tonnes, the data showed. Demand for diesel, which is widely used for transportation as well as for irrigation needs in India, declined 6% year-on-year to 5.49 million tonnes.RBI keeps repo rate ...


BusinessToday.In
October 9, 2020
Not only tomato, prices of onion and wheat have also peaked to Rs 80 and Rs 60 per kg, respectively, in Pakistan; imported vegetables are also not providing a big relief for the country's citizens as items like ginger are being sold for Rs 600-700 per kg


PTI
November 27, 2016
Pakistan has suspended the import of cotton and other agriculture commodities, including vegetables, from India due to rising tensions between the two countries along the LoC, a media report in Islamabad said.


PTI
New Delhi/ Lahore, January 7, 2011
As India-bound trucks carrying 3,000 tonnes of onion reached the Wagah border near Amritsar, Pakistan's Commerce Ministry imposed a ban on movement through land route.


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