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NBP wins Mari Petroleum Azadi Hockey Cup

Special Correspondent ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Inter Provincial Coordination (IPC) Dr Fehmida Mirza has said that Pakistan lacks a well governed sports system like there was in the other countries. “The world was advancing in sports and we are getting one step behind, she said at the closing ceremony of the 1st Mari Petroleum Azadi Hockey Cup at the Mari Hockey Stadium, Ayub Park on Sunday. Dr Fehmida flanked by Pakistan Hockey Federation President Brig r Khalid Sajjad Khokhar also lauded Mari Petroleum Company’s (MPCL) Management and their former ManagingRead More


NBP wins Mari Petroleum Azadi Hockey Cup

Special Correspondent ISLAMABAD, Aug 15: Federal Minister for Inter Provincial Coordination (IPC) Dr Fehmida Mirza has said that Pakistan lacks a well governed sports system like there was in the other countries. “The world was advancing in sports and we are getting one step behind, she said at the closing ceremony of the 1st Mari Petroleum Azadi Hockey Cup at the Mari Hockey Stadium, Ayub Park on Sunday. Dr Fehmida flanked by Pakistan Hockey Federation President Brig r Khalid Sajjad Khokhar also lauded Mari Petroleum Company’s (MPCL) Management and theirRead More


‘84 Afghan soldiers entered Uzbekistan’

The Uzbek authorities are in touch with the Afghan govt for the safe return of the soldiers DNA TASHKENT:  According To Uzbek foreign ministry officials a group of Afghan soldiers crossed the state border with Afghanistan in the number of 84 people crossed the line of the state border and was detained by border guards of the SGB, while violators did not resist and asked for help medical number, for three injured. These Afghan citizens have been carried out the necessary filtration procedures and sanitary and epidemiological measures, some areRead More


Erdoğan says Turkey will work with Pakistan to stop new flood of Afghan refugees

ANKARA – Turkey will work with Pakistan to help stabilise Afghanistan and prevent a new flood of refugees, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said Sunday. “Turkey is facing a growing migratory wave of Afghans transiting through Iran,” he said, alongside his Pakistan counterpart Arif Alvi. “We will continue efforts to enable the return of stability in the region, beginning with Afghanistan,” Erdoğan said. “To do that, we have to pursue and strengthen our cooperation with Pakistan.” “We are determined to mobilise all the means at our disposal to succeed,” the Turkish leader said. The comments came with the Taliban poised to take power on the outskirts of Kabul.Read More


Indonesia, Pakistan ties poised for a quantum leap

Ambassador of Indonesia Adam Tugio says ASEAN-Pakistan collaboration has the potential to bring tremendous benefits for both sides; keen to enhance think-tank cooperation; ASEAN study centres being established in various institutions Ansar Mahmood Bhatti ISLAMABAD: Ambassador of Indonesia to Pakistan Adam Tugio gave an exclusive interview to Daily Islamabad POST. Ambassador Tugio talked about a variety of subject relating to bilateral as well multilateral issues. He specifically talked about trade and economic cooperation between the two countries and shared his vision as to how this cooperation can further be strengthened.Read More


Pakistan supports peace in Afghanistan: Qureshi

Foreign Minister stresses there is no favourite of Pakistan in Afghanistan MULTAN: Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Hussain Qureshi here on Sunday said that Pakistan and the international community were on same page and wanted solution of Afghanistan’s conflict through a negotiated political settlement. During a press conference, the Foreign Minister stated that Afghan leadership should sit together and resolve the conflict in a peaceful manner. Pakistan always stated that there was no military solution to Afghanistan’s problem, Qureshi said and added that it was also a test of Afghan leadershipRead More