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For quite a while now the only Pakistan-specific statements that have come out of New Delhi have been provocative. And since the BJP government is now well settled into its second term it seems that this aggressive attitude has solidified to the extent that practically nobody expects the two countries to become friends anytime soon; or at least until there is a very different government in Delhi. It is also a matter of grave concern that the Indian military...

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Promotion of tourism activities to helps increase national economy: President

ISLAMABAD: President Dr Arif Alvi has said that promotion of tourist activities in rural areas could help in increasing the volume of national economy and putting the country on the road to prosperityand development. “The sector is not just a leading source of employment, particularly for different segments of rural society especially for youth and women but also provides opportunities for...

IHC bars SECP from taking action against its official

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ISLAMABAD : Islamabad High Court (IHC) Chief Justice Athar Minallah on Saturday remarked that the very conduct of the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) showed that it wasn’t an independent organization. The court was hearing a case pertaining to the show-cause notice issued...

Toshakhana reference: NAB broadens scope of investigation against Nawaz

ISLAMABAD  : Country’s top anti-graft body has broadened the scope of its investigation against former prime minister Nawaz Sharif in the Toshakhana reference. Sources privy to the development relayed the national graft buster has sought details of the PML-N...

Karachi plane crash survivor travels with PIA again

KARACHI : The miraculous plane crash survivor in Karachi, Zafar Masud, has expressed confidence over Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) by travelling through the national carrier again after recovering health. The president of Punjab Bank, Zafar Masud, who is one...

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Business community appreciates role of Islamabad police in combating multiple changes

ISLAMABAD : The business community of the Capital has lauded the efforts and role of Islamabad police in successfully combating various challenges and taking effective measures for maintaining law and order crucial for investment friendly environment. In a ceremony held here at Police Line Headquarters in the honor of outgoing President of Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ICCI) Muhammad...

CDA conducts cleaness drive at Faisal mosque

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ISLAMABAD : Capital Development Authority (CDA) has carried out special cleanliness drive at Faisal Mosque.  The purpose of the drive is to address cleanliness problems in the vicinity and areas adjoining to the main complex of the mosque. 300 Workers from different formations including Maintenance...

Lahore office of Jahangir Tareen’s sugar mills raided, records seized

LAHORE : The Competition Commission of Pakistan raided on Friday the head office of JWD Sugar Mills, which is owned by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Jahangir Khan Tareen, in Lahore. The team seized records, including emails and WhatsApp messages exchanged between...

Hindus rally in Islamabad over RAW’s alleged killing of migrant family in India

ISLAMABAD: Members of the Hindus minority rallied late Thursday in Islamabad to protest the deaths of 11 members of a Hindu migrant family who died in India last month under mysterious circumstances. Since then, the dead migrants’ relatives have held small...

Palestine quits Arab League role in protest over Israel deals

Palestine has quit its current chairmanship of Arab League meetings, the Palestinian foreign minister said on Tuesday, condemning as dishonourable any Arab agreement to establish formal ties with Israel.Palestinians...

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Iran’s UN ambassador slams US’ move to impose sanctions on Tehran

On Saturday, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced that UN sanctions against Iran were “back in effect”, citing a so-called “snapback mechanism” – envisaged under the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), which the US exited in 2 Iran’s ambassador to the United Nations, Majid Takht Ravanchi, denounced...

Coronavirus: Boris Johnson sets out new restrictions to last ‘perhaps six months’

The UK is at a “perilous turning point” and must act, Boris Johnson has told MPs, announcing new restrictions for England including slashing the size of wedding celebrations and bans on indoor team sports, as well as a return to home...

UN General Assembly: World must prevent new Cold War, Guterres warns

The world must do all it can to prevent a new Cold War, the UN chief has warned, as he opened a general assembly set to be dominated by US-China tensions and the Covid-19 pandemic. Secretary-General António Guterres said the world...

Coronavirus: Trump denies downplaying severity of virus

US President Donald Trump has denied downplaying the seriousness of Covid-19, despite admitting in a recorded interview to having done that.At a televised event with voters, Mr Trump said he had “up-played” it.The claim contradicts...

The Conundrum of PTI government

By Asif Mehmood What went wrong with PTI that despite having the dedication to steer the nation out of the woods it has so far failed to deliver substantively on any front? The question was but...

FATF bill: what next?

The Senate has rejected the proposed bills of FATF despite the fact that the bills were passed by the National Assembly. It is believed that in National assembly there was covert support from the opposition...

Age of Globalization and Challenges to Humanity

By Anila Liaqat* While sitting in the capital of Pakistan having a warm mug of a famous German brand of coffee, wearing branded cloths, sitting on Victorian style sofa, hanging Turkish curtains in...

The Vehicle-Free Clock Tower Next Steps for Faisalabad’s Eccentric Plan

Despite being one of the first planned cities of British India, Faisalabad has always been plagued by overpopulation and traffic jams that leech off the city’s appeal. The Union Jack town center,...

The Vehicle-Free Clock Tower Next Steps for Faisalabad’s Eccentric Plan

Despite being one of the first planned cities of British India, Faisalabad has always been plagued by overpopulation and traffic jams that leech off the city’s appeal. The Union Jack town center,...

Supply chain management and productivity in Pakistan’s business

By Muhammad HamzaAfzal Supply chain management is the mechanism of providing the raw materials an enterprise needs to manufacture products and deliver those products to customers. Supply chain management is the demanding challenge for the Asian traders who are trying to come together with the global...

Supply Chain and its potential in Pakistan’s market

by Muhammad Saad Ahmed Saeed Supply chain a process which is undertaken by the management to transform raw material to finished goods from the producer to the end consumer, this whole chain of activities...

Team Pakistan’s road to Formula Student Germany

By Rija Zafar When we talk about a platform to strengthen and embellish technical skills, and develop innovation in young engineers, one which is bound to cross our minds is Formula Student (FS). Formula...

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