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UK Prime Minister Theresa May phones Imran Khan

UK Prime Minister Theresa May phones Imran Khan

ISLAMABAD, MAR 03 (DNA) – UK Prime Minister Theresa May made a phone call to Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday. Prime Minister Imran Khan apprised the UK Prime Minister of Pakistan’s perspective on the developments since the Pulwama incident. Prime Minister May welcomed Prime Minister’s decision of releasing the Indian pilot, which has been widely appreciated by the international community. She mentioned the need for both India and Pakistan to de-escalate. She added that UK was in touch with both sides in this regard. Prime Minister Khan invited UKRead More


Uzbekistan Tourist Information Centre opens in Pakistan

Uzbekistan Tourist Information Centre opens in Pakistan

ISLAMABAD, MAR 3 (DNA) –  The Ambassador of Uzbekistan to Pakistan  Furqat Sidiqov along with Minister of State for Climate Change, Government of Pakistan Zartaj Gul inaugurated “Uzbekistan Tourist Information Centre” on Sunday. “Uzbekistan Tourist Information Centre” would help further promote Uzbekistan and its tourism along with Uzbek culture in Pakistan by providing information, guidance, support, help and contacts for tourism promotion as well as for educational and business opportunities present in Uzbekistan for people of Pakistan.Since Uzbekistan is the only country for Central Asia having direct flight contact (regular flightsRead More


Security forces moved to help civil admin in flood relief work

Security forces moved to help civil admin in flood relief work

QUETTA, MAR 03 (DNA) – Security Forces have been moved to assist civil administration in rescue and rel operations for flood victims in various parts of Balochistan. Army aviation helicopters busy in rescuing stranded people to safer places. Relief camps established in Mekran, Lasbela and snow covered areas of Northern Balochistan. Approximately 1500 families have been rescued in Dureji(Lasbela) and Qillah Abdulla areas and rations have been provided to 3500  families in rain effected areas. Pakistan army doctors and paramedics providing first aid medical assistance and medicines. Stranded vehicles atRead More


India has more fake news than anywhere else in the world, report says

Pakistan Air Force downs two Indian aircraftsPakistan Air Force downs two Indian aircrafts

A survey has found India has more fake news and internet hoaxes than anywhere else in the world. The report, by Microsoft, found 64 per cent of Indians had encountered fake news, compared to the global average of 57 per cent. Meanwhile, 54 per cent had come across internet hoaxes, in comparison to 50 per cent worldwide. Internet hoaxes in particular have had murderous consequences in India. The Standard reported how more than 40 people were killed in the country last year amid a plague of smartphone-fuelled mob murders by ordinary citizens.Experts said fake WhatsApp warnings about child abductorsRead More


Palestine ‘top priority’ for Saudi Arabia: Al-Jubeir

ABU DHABI: Saudi Arabia will be relentless in its pursuit of a Palestinian state according to 1967 borders and with Jerusalem as its capital, the Kingdom’s minister of state for foreign affairs told his Islamic counterparts at a meeting in Abu Dhabi.

ABU DHABI: (DNA) –  Saudi Arabia will be relentless in its pursuit of a Palestinian state according to 1967 borders and with Jerusalem as its capital, the Kingdom’s minister of state for foreign affairs told his Islamic counterparts at a meeting in Abu Dhabi. Adel Al-Jubeir headed the Kingdom’s delegation to the 46th session of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation’s Council of Foreign Ministers, which started on Friday. Al-Jubeir emphasized that the Palestinian cause is a priority for the Kingdom and would not rest until the establishment of a PalestinianRead More


Trump rips into Mueller probe at CPAC during lengthy speech

Trump rips into Mueller probe at CPAC during lengthy speech

WASHINGTON, (DNA) – President Donald Trump attacked special counsel Robert Mueller’s credibility Saturday, disparaging former Attorney General Jeff Sessions and former FBI Director James Comey as Washington waits for Mueller’s report in the coming weeks. In a largely unscripted, wide-ranging speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference lasting more than two hours, Trump hit on several key issues in a characteristic fashion — mocking proponents of the Green New Deal, vowing to protect free speech on college campuses with an executive order and taking shots at his longtime rival andRead More