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‘London flats bought with looted money’

The PM was speaking at the Sialkot-Kharian motorway groundbreaking ceremony Saifullah ISLAMABAD: Previous rulers bought flats in London from commissions illegally earned from road construction projects, said Prime Minister Imran Khan Thursday, taking a dig at the PML-N leadership. The prime minister was speaking at the Sialkot-Kharian motorway groundbreaking ceremony. He said Pakistan needed to generate wealth to pay off its loans, adding that it was a must for the country to increase industrialisation. The premier told Fawad Chaudhry that he should highlight that “we are building three times moreRead More


RISJA made recommendations on proposed National Sports Policy

AFZAL JAVED ISLAMABAD: Prominent Olympians, sportspersons, organizers, journalists and other sports stakeholders have requested Prime Minister Imran Khan to take on board to all the stakeholders on proposed national sports policy to be formulated in closed doors and should form separate ministry which only deals for sports promotion in the country. These recommendations were formed during a seminar on proposed national sports policy made by the ministry of Inter Provincial Coordination which was organized by Rawalpindi-Islamabad Sports Journalists Association (RISJA) at a local hotel in Islamabad. All speakers (16 inRead More


FM calls for sustained engagement by World to help Afghanistan on path to peace

Islamabad : Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has underlined the need for sustained engagement by international community, as shared responsibility, to help Afghanistan on its path to peace, stability and prosperity. Addressing sixth Think Tank Forum through video link on Thursday, he said we believe that the biggest opportunity right now is convergence of the international community on the need of durable peace and stability in Afghanistan. The Minister said a sustained engagement will ensure steady transition and avoid repeat of 1990s. He said Afghan people must not be abandonedRead More


Huawei Pakistan Launches its Microfilms and awarded Pakistani winning Team of Middle East ICT Competition

Islamabad 2 Sep, 2021: Huawei Pakistan held a Microfilm Premiere recently at Serena Hotel. The Microfilms followed the stories of three Pakistani’s who ventured out of their country, to make a better life for themselves, their loved ones, and their family. Although these might just be films, this is the truth for millions of Pakistanis worldwide who have only a few ways to stay connected to their loved ones, and Huawei Pakistan has vowed to stand behind these people. The Premiere was attended by the Federal Minister of Information andRead More


Peace in Afghanistan to unlock business bonanza for Pakistan in Central Asia – Dr. Arif Alvi

Islamabad (DNA) : Dr. Arif Alvi, President of Pakistan said that Pakistan wanted peace and stability in Afghanistan that would unlock business bonanza for Pakistan in Central Asian States and the business community should gear up to capitalize on these emerging opportunities. He said this while addressing as chief guest the 4th ICCI Business Excellence Awards Ceremony 2021 held at Aiwn-e-Sadr, Islamabad. He conferred awards on the awardees and congratulated them for their excellent achievements in various fields of business. He said that the business community was driving the economicRead More


Air Chief Expresses Grief Over Sad Demise Of Hurriyat Leader Syed Ali Gilani

DNA 02 September, 2021: Air Chief Marshal Zaheer Ahmed Baber Sidhu, Chief of the Air Staff Pakistan Air Force, expresses his heartfelt condolences on the sad demise of senior Hurriyat Leader Syed Ali Shah Gilani. His life long struggle for the Kashmir cause in the face of brutalities & illegal occupation by Indian forces gave impetus to three generations of Kashmiris in their struggle for right of self determination. He will always be remembered for his unabated contribution for Kashmir cause and love for Pakistan. “May Allah bless the departedRead More