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Pakistan proud of its relationship with Azerbaijan

Chairman Senate Sadiq Sanjrani attends Remembrance Day event at Azerbaijan embassy; Ambassador Khazar Farhadov thanks Pakistan for support; Turkish ambassador praises bravery of Azerbaijani armed forces Ansar Bhatti ISLAMABAD: Chairman Senate Sadiq Sanjrani has said Pakistan and Azerbaijan enjoy excellent relations adding the victory in the Patriotic War against Armenia shows resilience and bravery of the Azerbaijani people. He said President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev led the country from the front during the 44 days war. The Chairman Senate made these remarks on the occasion of Remembrance Day, organized byRead More


Germany’s Social Democrats claim narrow election win

Social Democrats leader Scholz said the conservatives belonged in the opposition News Desk Berlin: Germany on Monday braced for a period of political unpredictability after the Social Democrats narrowly won a general election but faced a rival claim to power from outgoing Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservative camp. For a country synonymous with stability after 16 years of Merkel’s steady leadership, the coming weeks and months promise to be a rocky ride as both Finance Minister Olaf Scholz’s SPD and the conservatives led by Armin Laschet scramble for coalition partners. TheRead More


British court acquits Shahbaz Sharif, family

The NCA had initiated a probe against Shahbaz Sharif and his family at the government of Pakistan’s request Monitoring Desk LONDON: A UK court has ordered the unfreezing of PML-N President Shahbaz Sharif and his family’s bank accounts after UK authorities were unable to find evidence of corruption, money laundering or criminal activities against them.  The UK’s National Crime Agency (NCA) restored the frozen bank accounts of former Punjab chief minister Shahbaz Sharif and those of his son, Suleman Sharif, on Monday.  The NCA submitted the investigation report of theRead More


Pak must not be blamed for US failure: PM

The underlying problem was an Afghan government structure lacking legitimacy in the eyes of the average Afghan, PM Khan says Centreline Report ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that Pakistan must not be blamed for the outcome of war in Afghanistan and for the losses of the United States and stressed on setting eyes on the future to avoid another conflict instead of sticking with the blame game. “Today, with Afghanistan at another crossroads, we must look to the future to prevent another violent conflict in that country ratherRead More


Germany facing difficult coalition talks after election stalemate

BERLIN: Germany is expected to head for long and arduous coalition talks to form a new government amid the latest election impasse, local broadcaster n-tv reported on Monday. The main rivals for the chancellor’s post-SPD’s Olaf Scholz and CDU-CSU’s Armin Laschet-quickly expressed their readiness to engage in negotiations with other parties in an effort to build a coalition government. Scholz said his party will likely enter coalition talks with the environmentalist Green party and the liberal Free Democrats (FDP) that are widely seen as a potential kingmaker in the coalitionRead More


PARC providing full support to increase wheat production; Chairman PARC

ISLAMABAD, SEPT 27: As the wheat sowing season near, farmers are being made aware of the use of modern technology along with the introduction of high yielding varieties of wheat so that the production of wheat can be increased as per the requirements of the country, this was said by Mr. Jamshed Iqbal Cheema, Special Assistant to PM on Food Security while he was addressing  press conference after the seminar held at Ayub Agriculture Research Institute (AARI) Faisalabad. He stated that as the sowing season of wheat is approaching, aRead More