Super tax will bring storm of inflation, says Imran Khan
An increase of 15% in pensions and salaries of government employees has been announced.
Govt withdraws tax relief to salaried class announced on June 10.
PTI has no respect for democracy and is pursuing the politics of dividing the society: Sherry
IMF agreed with Pakistan's economic measures and budget targets of the country.
Balochistan govt unveils budget with total outlay of Rs612 bn for FY2022-23
The government is expected to announce over Rs140 billion development budget
The session was postponed after it emerged that the CM Abdul Quddus Bizenjo is busy.
Govt considers to reduce income tax relief given to salaried class
Govt dropping inflation bomb on public every week
Punjab govt unveils provincial budget at Aiwan-e-Iqbal
Pakistan’s most populous province in complete political chaos: Imran Khan
From now on all notifications will also be issued by the ministry.
Power sector can sink the country if not run properly: Miftah Ismail
Sindh CM unveils tax free Rs1.71 tr budget for FY 2022-23
The budget has total outlay of over Rs1.3 trillion.
The employees will get 15 percent increase in basic pay and 15 percent disparity allowance.
'Imported govt’'cuts tribal districts development budget: Imran Khan
The Prime Minister said the budget has taxed non-productive assets of the rich.
Govt will be sent packing in a month and half after budget
Petrol to soar to Rs310, power tariff to go up to Rs40/unit from July
Fazlur Rehman, Ch Shujaat Hussain discuss political situation, budget
Rashid said the nation should wait 45 days for the cruel decisions of the imported government.
Miftah said government has taken difficult decisions keeping in view the interest of the country.
Miftah Ismail said that imposing levies on petroleum products would help generate revenue.
The Chairman FBR said relief has been given in the budget to ease burden of the common man.
Federal government on Friday presented a budget of Rs 9502 billion for the fiscal year 2022-23.
PTI chairman Imran Khan rejects federal budget for FY2022-23
PM Shebhaz felicitates Miftah Ismail for presenting pro-people budget
Rs 38 billion earmarked to address environmental, IT & food security needs
Government allocates Rs 202 billion for highways ports
Rs165m allocated for recycling plant for damaged holy Quran papers
Rs 70 billion allocated for social development
Rs 800 billion earmarked for PSDP for next fiscal year
Govt earmarks Rs 73 billion for power sector
Rs 364 billion allocated for Benazir Income Support Program
Taxable salary threshold increased from 600,000 to 1,200,000.
Pro-poor, people-friendly budget to change economic landscape
Finance Minister Miftah Ismail has unveiled the federal budget with a total outlay of Rs9.5 trillion
Govt allocates Rs 600m for Religious Affairs & Interfaith Harmony Division
Total outlay of the PSDP for the fiscal year 202122 is Rs 2.263 trillion
Finance Minister Miftah Ismail unveils budget for fiscal year 2022-23 in NA
Budget 2022-23: Read full text of Miftah Ismail's speech in NA
The cabinet also accorded its approval to five percent increase in pensions.
Governor Punjab Baligh Ur Rehman has approved the Budget Session to be held on June 13
PM will preside over the federal cabinet meeting to be held at Prime Minister's office at 11:00am.
Federal budget worth more than Rs 9,000 billion for the fiscal year 2022-23 will be presented today
Public debt surges by Rs 4,500 bln in 9 months
HEC awards overseas scholarships to 623 scholars
Rs6.505 billion allocated for PBM during FY 2022 to assist needy
Govt takes steps to control population, reduce unemployment pressure
Economic Survey proves country was on path of progress during last two years
Federal govt introduces SNC to raise standards of education: Economic Survey
5.97pc GDP growth rate in FY22 unsustainable
Govt unveils Pakistan Economic Survey 2021-22
Here is a look at ups and downs of the local currency against the greenback.
Federal govt plans to earn over Rs1600 billion from non-tax sources
Pakistan’s GDP growth remained 6pc
Govt sets Rs800 bn federal development budget for FY23
The finance ministry will have to borrow over Rs4 trillion.
Shazia said six million people have recently been included in ambit of the BISP to curtail poverty.
Miftah Ismail refutes rumours regarding hike in petroleum prices
Punjab govt prepares first development budget draft
Industrial sector grew by whopping 9.8% against government forecast of 6.5%