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Palm extends gains over Indonesia’s plan to suspend some export permits

Palm extends gains over Indonesia’s plan to suspend some export permits

SINGAPORE: Malaysian palm oil futures rose for a second session on Tuesday, supported by supply concerns following top exporter Indonesia’s plan to suspend some existing export permits and after smaller Malaysian stockpiles forecasts. The benchmark palm oil contract for April delivery on the Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Exchange rose 85 ringgit, or 2.21%, to 3,936 ringgit...

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Palm climbs for second day as Indonesia looks to suspend export permits

Palm climbs for second day as Indonesia looks to suspend export permits

SINGAPORE: Malaysian palm oil futures rose for a second session on Tuesday, underpinned by supply concerns following top exporter Indonesia’s plan to suspend some existing export permits and after forecasts of smaller Malaysian stockpiles. The benchmark palm oil contract for April delivery on the Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Exchange rose 74 ringgit, or 1.92%, to 3,925...

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China potentially big market for Pakistani potatoes

China potentially big market for Pakistani potatoes

Pakistan is not only self-sufficient for domestic use of potato and seed development, but also an exporter of this vegetable. China is potentially a big market for Pakistani potatoes, because the price of potatoes in China is higher, especially from January to April every year. During the first four months of the current fiscal year,...

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‘Jamojaya’ review: rapper Rich Brian navigates the perils of pop stardom – Daily Times

‘Jamojaya’ review: rapper Rich Brian navigates the perils of pop stardom – Daily Times

As the rapper Rich Brian, Brian Imanuel is already a star in his native Indonesia and a familiar face in US hip-hop. But for his first feature film, he plays the greenhorn. His acting debut, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival this week, is a fresh look at the pitfalls of early fame. Imanuel...

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Plight of Kashmiris worsening under Modi: Mahathir – Daily Times

Plight of Kashmiris worsening under Modi: Mahathir – Daily Times

Dr. Mahathir Bin Mohamad, former prime minister of Malaysia, and a renowned global statesman, Sunday said the Kashmir Solidarity Day reminded the world that the plight of people of Kashmir had worsened since India’s unilateral revocation of article 370 and 35A of its constitution in August 2019 under the Modi government. In a statement on...

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Plight of Kashmiris worsens since India’s revocation of article 370: Dr Mahathir

Plight of Kashmiris worsens since India’s revocation of article 370: Dr Mahathir

ISLAMABAD: Dr. Mahathir Bin Mohamad, former Prime Minister of Malaysia and a renowned global statesman Sunday said the Kashmir Solidarity Day reminded the world that the plight of people of Kashmir had worsened since India’s unilateral revocation of article 370 and 35A of its constitution in August 2019. In a statement on the occasion of...

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China a potential market for Pakistani potatoes: experts – Daily Times

China a potential market for Pakistani potatoes: experts – Daily Times

Pakistan is not only self-sufficient for domestic use of potato and seed development, but also an exporter of this vegetable. China is potentially a big market for Pakistani potatoes, because the price of potatoes in China is higher, especially from January to April every year. During the first four months of the current fiscal year,...

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China potentially big market for Pakistani potatoes: Experts

China potentially big market for Pakistani potatoes: Experts

BEIJING – Pakistan is not only self-sufficient for domestic use of potato and seed development, but also an exporter of this vegetable. China is potentially a big market for Pakistani potatoes, because the price of potatoes in China is higher, especially from January to April every year. During the first four months of the current...

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ITF Pakistan Juniors Tennis C’ships Leg-1 begins

ITF Pakistan Juniors Tennis C’ships Leg-1 begins

LAHORE-The ITF Pakistan Juniors Tennis Championships Leg-1 commenced on Saturday at PTF-SDA Tennis Complex Islamabad.  A total number of six qualifying matches were played on the first day. A large number of foreign players (boys/girls) from Turkey, Russia, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Thailand, UK, Malaysia, Romania, Singapore, China, Poland, South Korea, Canada and Pakistan are participating in...