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Wednesday, July 1st, 2020


Bilawal terms Imran Khan ‘the biggest hypocrite in history’


ISLAMABAD, JULY 01 (DNA) – Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party Bilawal Bhutto Zardari Wednesday paid glowing tributes to the policemen hailing from Jamshoro, Nawabshah and other parts of Sindh who displayed courage during the attack on Karachi Stock Exchange. Holding a press conference in Lahore today, the PPP Chairman also paid tribute to the policeman who belonged to Lyaari Hassan Baloch and the other brave sons of Sindh. “We have announced rewards for them all; we are living peacefully in Karachi due to the sacrifices of these martyrs, who have alsoRead More

Huawei signed smart cities deal with Saudi Investment firm

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DNA ISLAMABAD, JULY 1 – Huawei is involved in smart city projects in more than 100 countries of the world. In recent venture, Huawei has struck a deal with Saudi investment firm name “Batic” to work on smart cities projects throughout the Kingdom. Smart City Solutions Company, a unit of Riyadh-based Batic Investments and Logistics Co. (Batic) will work with the Chinese technology giant on smart projects covering areas such as parking lots, transportation, the reduction of energy consumption as well as lighting and waste management. Batic is already workingRead More

NAB’s Anti Corruption Strategy acknowledged by Transparency International: Chairman


  DNA ISLAMABAD, July 01, 2020:  Honorable Mr. Justice Javed Iqbal, Chairman NAB has said that eradication of Corruption is top most priority of NAB. The present management of NAB has chalked out an effective and proactive Anti Corruption Strategy which has been acknowledged by Transparency International (TI), Pakistan, World Economic Forum, PILDAT and Mishal Pakistan. He said that the initiatives taken by the present management of NAB started yielding excellent results. Similarly Gilani and Gallop’s survey indicated that 59 percent of people of Pakistan have full faith upon NABRead More

Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad calls on FM Qureshi


DNA ISLAMABAD, JULY 1 – Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, today, received Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad, U.S. Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation. Ambassador Khalilzad’s visit to Pakistan is part of his regular engagement for consultations and exchange of views on the Afghan peace and reconciliation process.   The Foreign Minister highlighted Pakistan’s positive contribution to the U.S.-Taliban direct talks culminating in the Peace Agreement of 29 February 2020 and stressed that the Afghan leaders should seize this historic opportunity and work together to ensure a comprehensive and inclusive political settlement.  Read More

Air chief visits an operational base, special services wing of PAF

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DNA ISLAMABAD, JULY 1 –   Air Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan, Chief of the Air Staff, Pakistan Air Force visited an operational base, today. The Air Chief reviewed various operational activities at the base and interacted with personnel. Later in the day, the Air Chief also visited PAF’s Special Services Wing.  Chief of the Air Staff witnessed a demonstration of anti terrorist operation by the SSW personnel. He also planted a tree at SSW Headquarters. Interacting with the combat crew, Chief of the Air Staff expressed satisfaction over the operationalRead More

RCCI felicitates Iftikhar Ali Malik on assuming charge as president SAARC Chamber

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DNA Rawalpindi: The Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (RCCI) President Saboor Malik and group leader Sohail Altaf  has felicitated Iftikhar Ali Malik on assuming charge as the President of SAARC Chamber of Commerce and Industry. During a visit to the FPCCI building in Islamabad, President Saboor Malik and group leader Sohail Altaf presented a bouquet to Iftikhar Ali Malik. On this occasion, President RCCI said that it was an honor for Pakistan that a prominent businessman) has been elected as President of the SAARC Chamber for a term of two years. He said that Iftikhar Malik wouldRead More