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Pakistan, UAE agree to boost bilateral links

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FM Qureshi greets Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan on successful holding of EXPO2020 DNA ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi received a telephone call from His Highness Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Foreign Minister of the United Arab Emirates.  During the call, the two Foreign Ministers discussed various dimensions of Pakistan-UAE relations and agreed to strengthen cooperation in all fields. They also resolved to continue their close collaboration in various multilateral fora. Foreign Minister Qureshi congratulated his counterpart on making excellent arrangements for Expo2020 and hoped thatRead More

COAS lauds PAF’s role during Afghan crisis

ISLAMABAD: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Wednesday appreciated Pakistan Air Force’s role in provision of humanitarian assistance and facilitating recent evacuation operations from Afghanistan, military said. The army chief was given detailed briefing on operational matters of the Pakistan Air Force during his visit to the Air Headquarters, Islamabad, the Inter Service Public Relations (ISPR) said in a statement. During the meeting with the air chief, matters of mutual professional interest were discussed, according to the military’s media wing. The air chief highlighted various ongoingRead More

Outsiders can’t control Afghanistan

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The premier says Afghanistan was currently at a “historic crossroads”, and it could see peace after four decades if Taliban worked towards an inclusive govt News Desk ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan says there is a need to “incentivise” the Taliban’s new administration in order to bring the current crisis to an end, instead of trying to control Afghanistan from the outside. In an exclusive interview with CNN, host Becky Anderson asked Prime Minister Imran about apprehensions that the Taliban will not protect human rights, especially those of women andRead More

Amnesty for TTP only if they give up terrorism: FM


Monitoring Desk ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has said that the Pakistani government would be “open to giving” a pardon to members of the banned Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) if they promise not to get involved in terrorist activities and submit to the Pakistani Constitution. In an interview with The Independent in Islamabad, the foreign minister said Pakistan was concerned about the reports of TTP figures being released from prisons in the wake of the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan. “If those guys come and start creating problems for us overRead More

Ambassador Sajjad Haider hosts lunch for the winners of Open regional festival-competition


Belarus, SEPT 15 (DNA) – Ambassador Sajjad Haider Khan hosted a lunch for the winners of Open regional festival-competition of choreographic art “Dancing serpentine”, which took place in April, 2021 in Borisov. The Ambassador briefed the participants about Pakistan. The guests were able to learn more about Pakistan and its hospitality, try national cuisine,  demonstrate musical performances and even read poetry. Both the Center and the Embassy agreed to cooperate closely in cultural sphere in the future as well for further strengthening the cultural ties between Pakistan and Belarus.

Prejudice against Pakistan!


By Muhammad Akhter It is well-known to everyone, many lists are made in the world these days, and Pakistan never included in any good list by the bigoted world.Whether, in terms of measures against terrorism, or making the world peaceful. Even, in the lists to be compiled in the current situation of COVID-19. Everywhere around Pakistan, the siege is tightened. Pakistan is entangled in problems by drawing a red circle in spite of better performance and better results. Moreover, the world is once again using its interests’ and expediencies toRead More