1. PM Imran Khan to chair federal cabinet meeting today  The Nation
  2. ACD on auto sector imports cut to 2pc  Business Recorder
  3. IT Ministry to launch 5G technology in Pakistan next year: Fawad Chaudhry  Geo News
  4. Cabinet rejects proposal to raise salaries of legislators  DAWN.com
  5. Federal cabinet decides against raising salaries of lawmakers  ARY NEWS
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The federal cabinet will meet today in Islamabad to discuss country’s economic and political situation as well as the situation in Afghanistan, Dunya NewsThe federal cabinet will meet today in Islamabad to discuss country’s economic and political situation as well as the situation in Afghanistan, Dunya

PM Imran Khan to chair federal cabinet meeting today

Approves reduction in additional customs duty on auto parts; minister says 1m cyberattacks on Pakistani websites thwarted in 2021.Approves reduction in additional customs duty on auto parts; minister says 1m cyberattacks on Pakistani websites thwarted in 2021.

Cabinet rejects proposal to raise salaries of legislators - Pakistan - DAWN.COM

* Decision taken after recommendation of tariff board for the promotion of local production of auto sector* Decision taken after recommendation of tariff board for the promotion of local production of auto sector

ACD on auto sector imports cut to 2pc - Business Recorder

Minister for Information and Broadcasting Fawad Chaudhry also briefs media about other Federal Cabinet decisionsMinister for Information and Broadcasting Fawad Chaudhry also briefs media about other Federal Cabinet decisions

IT Ministry to launch 5G technology in Pakistan next year: Fawad Chaudhry

Cabinet rejects hike in MPs’ salaries

The federal cabinet has decided against raising the salaries of the lawmakers up to 10 per cent, ARY News reported on Tuesday.ISLAMABAD: The federal cabinet has decided against raising the salaries of the lawmakers up to 10 per cent, ARY News reported on Tuesday. The federal

Federal cabinet decides against raising salaries of lawmakers