After a long discussion, the government finally revealed its first tax amnesty scheme. The purpose of the deal is to monitor the economy and “whiten” the money. He said people will have the opportunity to become part of the scheme until June 30. Every Pakistani citizen will be able to avail the scheme except for people who have held a public office and their dependents.
Under the scheme, the finance adviser revealed, assets within the country and abroad (except for real estate) can be whitened after paying a rate of 4 per cent. The whitened cash assets will have to kept in Pakistani bank accounts.
Just after Yemen’s Houthi rebels claimed an assault on the kingdom, Saudi Arabia says oil infrastructure sites belonging to the country’s state-run oil company Aramco have been targeted and that at least one of the attacks was carried out by drone strikes.
The state Saudi Press Agency quoted Saudi Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih as saying that between 6-6.30am on Tuesday, a petroleum pumping station supplying an east-west pipeline between the Eastern Province and to the Yanbu Port on the Red Sea was targeted by drones.
The Pakistan pacer missed the second ODI against England in Southampton because of chickenpox. The 27-year-old Amir, who was not named in Pakistan’s 15-man World Cup squad, was included in the side to face England in the ODI series which was a gateway to make a case for himself for World Cup selection. How long it will take him to recover is not clear at the moment, but even if it is a week from when he originally fell ill, Amir is left with a herculean task to break into the 15-man squad.
While we are just one episode away from the series finale, HBO already has plans for more Game of Thrones content. The sneaky folks at HBO have just released a trailer for Game of Thrones: The Last Watch, a documentary about the creation of season eight.
Directed by filmmaker Jeanie Finlay, the two-hour documentary focuses on the people behind the scenes and sets of the final season; we’re talking about the crew that built the sets, the designers that made the armour or the makeup artists who made the Mountain look so scary.
After other companies have tried to make foldable touchscreen phones, Lenovo decided to take it up a notch by announcing a foldable PC. The foldable PC from Lenovo features a 13.3-inch LG made OLED display with 2k screen resolution and 4:3 aspect ratio. As the PC folds inwards, you really don’t have to worry about the display getting scratched inside your bag. But the main concern for this PC is the quality of the display.