Ø  U.S. delegation to visit Pakistan as two sides seek to repair ties

Ø  Counterterrorism effort

Ø  Is Pakistan Poised to Take on the TTP?

Ø  After Beijing’s Balloon, What’s Next for U.S.-China Ties?

Ø  Frozen Afghan Funds Have Done Little to Sway Taliban

Ø  Pakistan-US defence dialogue to begin today

Ø  Experts React: Can IPEF Be a Watershed Moment for U.S.-India?

Ø  UN chief says rising seas a ‘death sentence’ for some countries

Ø  ISIL terror threat still high and increasing in conflict zones, Security Council hears

Ø  Earthquake disaster: ‘We must put people first’ urges Guterres in race to save lives

Ø  At UN, Pakistan urges int’l cooperation on growing water crisis


Ø  Wagner head Yevgeny Prigozhin says ‘bureaucracy’ has held Russia back and predicts Bakhmut will fall by April.

Ø  The agreement would provide for monitoring mechanisms designed to prevent war in the Nagorno-Karabakh region.

Ø  Jens Stoltenberg says Nordic nations becoming members together is not top priority as Turkey continues to block Sweden.

Ø  A commission investigating the issue said 77 percent of perpetrators were priests, and most of the victims were men.

Ø  Türkiye quakes deadliest natural disaster on alliance territory: NATO chief

Ø  Next EU sanctions to target ‘Russian state propagandists’

Ø  Pakistan denies supplying ammunition to Ukraine

Ø  US, Canada, European powers oppose Israeli settlement authorization

Ø  NATO chief Stoltenberg to step down in October

Ø  Foreign Secretary meets with the Deputy Foreign Minister of Norway

Ø  Visit of the Foreign Minister to Germany for Participation in the Munich Security Conference and bilateral visits to Lithuania and Hungary


Ø  SBP Weekly Data Report

Ø  Rs170b mini-budget approved

Ø  A ‘project’ economy

Ø  Panic over suspended imports peaks in crisis-hit Pakistan

Ø  Lack of terminal capacity causes outrage

Ø  In 8 years, Pakistan can make $60b: OICCI report

Ø  IMF’s most loyal customer

Ø  Inflation could average 33% in 2023: Moody’s economist

Ø  Finance: Massive reforms needed

Ø  Fitch downgrades Pakistan

Ø  Maintaining status quo under IMF

Ø  Remittances hit new low at $1.89b

Ø  Challenging circular debt monster

Ø  Growth of global Islamic finance

Ø  Impact of consumer pessimism

Ø  Roadmap to reduce distortions in economy unveiled

Ø  Morgan Stanley reclassifies Pakistani stocks

Ø  Are protectionist policies keeping productivity low?

Ø  With loans piling, why is Pakistan waiting to reform its policies?

Ø  Lifestyle recalibration

Ø  Oil prices on track to finish week 2.5% lower on U.S. rate hike worries

Ø  UNDP for speeding up SDGs-related projects

Ø  Govt plans to quadruple domestic coal-fired energy

Ø  The rising and falling interest in climate change

Ø  Study: IPCC asks emerging countries to drop coal faster than rich nations did