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Packages Limited

Packages Limited

Packages Limited (PSX: PKGS) is a public listed company incorporated in Pakistan. The company was established as a joint venture between the Ali Group of Pakistan and Akerlund & Rausing of Sweden in 1957. Initially, PKGS was engaged in converting paper and paperboard into packaging for consumer industry. Over the years, the company has enhanced...

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Beyoncé tour: UK fans snap up tickets despite Ticketmaster glitches – Daily Times

Beyoncé tour: UK fans snap up tickets despite Ticketmaster glitches – Daily Times

Beyoncé fans battled technical issues and long queues as tickets went on general sale for the UK leg of her first solo tour since 2016. The pop superstar is playing stadium shows in Cardiff, Edinburgh, Sunderland and London in May and June. Some users got an error message on the Ticketmaster website, while others said...

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Swedish PM says ready to restart talks with Turkiye

Swedish PM says ready to restart talks with Turkiye

TALLINN (Estonia): Swedish Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson said on Tuesday he was ready to restart stalled negotiations over Sweden’s application to join Nato as soon as Turkiye was. Finland and Sweden sought Nato membership shortly after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine last year, and while most member states have ratified the applications, Turkiye has yet to...

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Iran’s saffron export stands at $172.7m in 10 months

Iran’s saffron export stands at $172.7m in 10 months

Iran’s saffron export stood at $172.758 million during the first ten months of the current Iranian calendar year (March 21, 2022-January 20, 2023), according to the data released by the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration (IRICA). Austria, Jordan, Argentina, Spain, Australia, South Africa, Afghanistan, Germany, United Arab Emirates, Indonesia, Britain, Italy, the U.S., Ireland,...

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UN committee faults Denmark for failing to probe ‘racist’ art exhibit

UN committee faults Denmark for failing to probe ‘racist’ art exhibit

People hold placards on the inaugural Million People March on August 30, 2020. — AFP GENEVA: Denmark failed to take effective measures against racist hate speech when it dropped an investigation into an art exhibition depicting “racist hate images” nearly a decade ago, a UN watchdog said Tuesday. The United Nations Committee on the Elimination...

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South Korea delight in stunning Davis Cup win over Belgium – Daily Times

South Korea delight in stunning Davis Cup win over Belgium – Daily Times

SEOUL: South Korea captain Park Seung-kyu was left in a state of disbelief after his team overturned a 2-0 deficit to complete a famous 3-2 Davis Cup victory over Belgium on Sunday and reach the group stage of the men’s team tournament. The doubles pair of Nam Ji-sung and Song Ming-kyu began the fightback as...