Last week, the Ministry of Finance had announced that the SBP would receive a 15 billion yuan loan from China today.
"Sharifs should be ashamed they created 30 factories out of one; could not build one hospital for the people," PM says.
The new IMF mission chief is to arrive in Pakistan tomorrow for an introductory visit.
Malaysia has shown interest in purchasing JF-17 Thunder fighter jets from Pakistan, says Asad Umar.
The loan "will strengthen foreign exchange reserves and ensure balance of payment stability", says a ministry official.
New Zealand will continue to ensure the freedom and protections of Muslims living there, assures PM Ardern.
The national security situation and professional matters pertaining to the Pakistan armed forces were discussed.
Marriyum Aurangzeb asks PM Khan to explain "in what capacity" Tareen was allowed to participate in the cabinet meeting.
Letter to UN calls for the stripping of "Champion of Earth" title bestowed upon Narendra Modi by UNEP.
Relevant clauses of Anti-Money Laundering Act, 2010, to be included in the Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA), 1997.
PM Khan underscores the role of "important brotherly countries" like Iran to help resolve strained Pak-India relations.
FATF Action Plan: Asad Umar asks FATF president to remove India as co-chair to ensure impartial assessment
"We firmly believe that India’s involvement in the ICRG process will not be fair towards Pakistan," says letter to FATF.
High Commissioner Sohail Mahmood took the PM's advice on Pak-India relations before returning to New Delhi.
Prime Minister Khan welcomes their "commitment and interest" in the housing and manufacturing sector.
Foreign Minister says that "Pakistan is a peaceful country but understands the importance of protecting its borders."
"While it is true that I have certain reservations against PTV management, I have not tendered my resignation yet."
Imran Khan says he "stands by his words that if India gives us actionable intelligence, we will immediately act".
Govt denies India's allegation that the seminary was the headquarters of the banned Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM).
Meeting chaired by PM Khan approves summary moved after NAB's recommendation to the interior ministry.
Formal authorisation given to armed forces to respond "decisively and comprehensively" to any aggression by India.