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Imran architect of economic collapse: Bilawal

KARACHI, MAY 19 (DNA) – Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Wednesday said that ‘worst corruption’ committed during the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) government was chiefly responsible for the country’s economic plight. In a statement, Bilawal Bhutto has said that the country cannot be developed under the supervision of corrupt leader. “The country whose chief executive is corrupt could never progress economically,” Bilawal remarked. The PPP leader alleged that PTI bigwigs were busy in corrupt practices by leaving masses at the mercy of inflation.  “Prime Minister Imran Khan,Read More


KSA to revive deferred oil facility: Fawad

ISLAMABAD: Saudi Arabia has agreed, in principle, to revive the facility of oil supply to Pakistan on deferred payments, revealed information minister Fawad Chaudhry on Tuesday. The prime minister, on his recent visit to the kingdom, had made a request to Saudi Arabia to resume the supply of oil to Pakistan on deferred payments for an extended period. The exact details of the deal between the two countries will be known later when there is a formal agreement. When contacted, Chaudhry confirmed the two sides had agreed to it. “Yes,Read More


Regular dialogues between Pak, Indonesia stressed

ISLAMABAD: Foreign Secretary Sohail Mahmood and Permanent Secretary of Thai Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Thani Thongphakdi led their respective delegations at the 2nd round of Pakistan-Thailand Bilateral Political Consultations (BPC) held virtually. A bilateral meeting preceded the delegation-level talks. They reviewed the entire gamut of bilateral relations from political, defense and security to economic, trade and investment ties, education, science and technology, culture, tourism and multilateral cooperation. Welcoming the steady progression in multi-dimensional bilateral relations over the years based on mutual trust and understanding, the two sides renewed strongRead More


US-Israel alliance criminally on Palestinian genocide

Munir Ahmed Gaza conflict intensified on Friday as the Israeli land forces joined the airstrikes, the news agency Reuters reported. Six days of severe cross-border fighting showed no sign of abating on Saturday, while Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the campaign “will take more time” to deal with Gaza’s ruling Hamas group with “iron fist” before any ceasefire. The news agency reported that “violence has also spread to mixed communities of Jews and Arabs in Israel, a new front in the long conflict. Synagogues were attacked and fighting brokeRead More


With Power Comes Responsibility

Wajeeha Bilal Cold wars and proxy warfare have always influenced the world politics as every country is in the race to win the superpower label that can project its dominating power and influence anywhere in the world. Perched on the canvas of influence, the modern-day conflicts between superpowers are fought in the fields of propaganda and subliminal messaging rather than battlefields. The last two decades have seen a spike in the cold war posturing between China and the US. The latter has ratcheted up the narrative in the world of socialRead More


Erdogan lauds Pakistan’s support to Palestine

Turkish President Erdogan

Meanwhile, Qureshi appreciated the Turkish President’s categorical stance on Kashmir and Palestine disputes ANKARA: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has applauded Pakistan’s unflinching support to the oppressed Palestinian people. He was talking to Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi who called on him at the presidential palace in Ankara. Discussing bilateral relations, the Turkish President said his country will host the seventh meeting of Pakistan Turkey high level strategic cooperation council. Shah Mahmood Qureshi said both Pakistan and Turkey enjoy strong relations and share identical views on a host of issues.Read More