"The Prime Minister will meet Saudi leadership and will discuss regional and global issues", another senior government official told AFP.
A man writes down the details of a government owned vehicle on sale during an auction at the premises of Prime Minister's House in Islamabad.
According to the media reports, it is expected that the Prime Minister Imran Khan will watch the match live at the Dubai Stadium tomorrow. 70 cars were sold in the first batch. Two bomb proof cars did not find buyers.
Speaking to Geo News from Islamabad, Sahebzada Jahangir said he will not be taking up any position in Britain and reports that he is lobbying to take a position in Pakistan's High Commission London are incorrect.
Sidhu had written to Sushma Swaraj urging her ministry to hasten the process of seeking access from the Pakistan government for devotees to visit the historic gurdwara in Kartapur on the 550th birth anniversary of Sri Guru Nanak Dev.
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Four recent models of Mercedes, eight bulletproof BMWs, three 5000CC SUVs and two 3000cc SUVs of 2016 model were among the vehicles up for sale. Infact, PM Modi wished Imran Khan all the success soon after his election, in a message which many believed may be the starting point of a fresh start in the contentious relationship between two countries. As part of the cost-cutting initiative, he had announced the auction of surplus PM House vehicles.
Pakistan's current account deficit widened 43 percent to $18 billion in the fiscal year that ended June 30, while the fiscal deficit has ballooned to 6.6 percent of the economy.
MEDINA: Prime Minister Imran Khan arrived in the holy city of Medina on his first official foreign visit, amid speculation he may be seeking economic assistance from a staunch ally instead of another International Monetary Fund bailout.
Any deal with Riyadh is likely to need assurances the kingdom can count on Pakistan's support against Iran, analysts said.