Pakistan

Pakistan's Renowned scholar Dr Jamil Jalibi passes away

KARACHI: Renowned scholar Prof Dr Jamil Jalibi passed away after a protracted illness on Thursday morning. He was 89. He was born in Aligarh on June 12, 1929, and came to Pakistan after Partition in 1
PUBLISHED 19 April 2019

Pakistan ready to respond to any act of aggression: CJCSC

ISLAMABAD: Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (CJCSC) Zubair Mahmood Hayat said on Friday that Pakistan is ready to respond to any act of aggression and misadventure, local media reported.
PUBLISHED 19 April 2019

Pakistan ready to hold talks with new elected Govt in India: FM Pakistan

Pakistan's Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has said that Pakistan is ready to hold talks with the new elected government in India for regional peace.
PUBLISHED 19 April 2019

Seven dead, 32 injured as Karachi-bound passenger bus overturns

BADIN: At least seven people were killed and 32 injured after a Karachi bound passenger bus overturned near Morghar on Friday.
PUBLISHED 19 April 2019

India suspends cross-border trade in Kashmir in new crackdown

Indian home ministry says armed groups were using the cross-border route to send arms, drugs and fake Indian currency.
PUBLISHED 19 April 2019

Pakistan urges int'l community to compel India for Kashmir resolution

Pakistan has emphatically stated that foreign hands found involved in the recent acts of terrorism in Balochistan will not only be exposed but also effectively countered.
PUBLISHED 18 April 2019

Solid Measures Afoot For Promotion Of Tourism In GB: Minister Gilgit-Baltistan

Minister for Tourism Gilgit-Baltistan (GB), Fida Khan Thursday said the government was taking concrete steps to promote tourism in the province.
PUBLISHED 18 April 2019

Imran Khan, Jacinda Ardern named among Time's 100 most influential people of 201

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has been named among the '100 Most Influential People' of 2019 by Time magazine.
PUBLISHED 18 April 2019

Pakistani tourist along with parachute pilot dies in Turkey

Zarak Zaheer, a Pakistani tourist, lost his life in Turkey when he jumped in tandem along with a parachute pilot Mustafa Kemal Öztürk and crashed into the cliffs.
PUBLISHED 17 April 2019

Pakistan’s National Defence University delegation visits Turkey

A 20-member delegation of National Defence University of Pakistan, headed by Brig. Waheed Gul Satti, is visiting Turkey as part of its Foreign Study Tour from 14th to 21st of this month.
PUBLISHED 17 April 2019
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