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4 FC soldiers, 1 Levies official martyred in North Waziristan terrorist attack: ISPR

RAWALPINDI, OCT 2: Four Frontier Corps (FC) soldiers and a Levies sub-inspector were martyred after terrorists attacked a security forces’ vehicle in Spinwam area of North Waziristan, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said on Saturday. In a statement, the military’s media affairs wing said that a clearance operation was in progress to eliminate any terrorists found in the area. The deceased security officials were identified as 35-year-old Havaldar Zahid from Charsadda, 37-year-old Havaldar Ishaq from Kurram, 28-year-old Lance Naik Wali from Khyber, 28-year-old Lance Naik Abdul Majeed from Kurram andRead More

Sooner or later US will have to recognise Taliban govt, says PM Imran

ISLAMABAD, OCT 2 – Prime Minister Imran Khan has said “sooner or later” the United States will have to recognize the Taliban government in Afghanistan. In an interview with TRT World, the premier said hearings of the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee clearly implied that Americans were “completely surprised” by the Taliban coming back to power. “They [US] are trying to find scapegoats and one of them is Pakistan,” PM Imran said, emphasising that this was not a rational mindset for a way forward. He insisted that if the US kept Afghan reservesRead More

PM Imran, Tajik president discuss matters of bilateral relations

ISLAMABAD, OCT 2 (DNA) – Prime Minister Imran Khan held a telephonic conversation with President Emomali Rahmon of Tajikistan today.  The Prime Minister thanked President Rahmon for the warm hospitality extended to him and his delegation during the recent visit to Dushanbe on 16-17 September 2021.  The two leaders exchanged views on the follow-up to the talks held in Dushanbe last month. The two leaders expressed satisfaction on the existing level of bilateral cooperation and reaffirmed the resolve to continue mutual efforts to further strengthen close ties.  Prime Minister Imran Khan sharedRead More

Turkish Deputy Defence Chief visits Nakhchivan in Azerbaijan

Baku, OCT 2: The Turkish delegation that was led by Deputy Defence Chief, Muhsin Dere visited Azerbaijan’s Nakhchivan Exclave. At the meeting with the delegation, Chairman of the Nakhchivan Supreme Assembly, Vasif Talibov told his satisfaction with Azerbaijani-Turkish military cooperation. He said that Nakhchivan’s security has been assured by cooperative army-building operations. He expressed gratitude to Turkey for its political and spiritual assistance for Azerbaijan. Especially during the 44-day war in 2020 between Armenia and Azerbaijan. Muhsin Dere congratulated Azerbaijan on its historic win in the 44-day war. He alsoRead More

Motivating the BRI through China-Pak textile education coop: DHU Dean

BEIJING, Oct 02 (DNA): The growing number of Pakistani youth studying atDonghua University, Shanghai will contribute to the construction ofChina Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) and Belt and Road Initiative andin the future “it will also provide more professionals to Pakistan,”said Dean of International Cultural Exchange School at DonghuaUniversity, Prof. Yao Weixin. On May 21 1951, China and Pakistan established diplomatic relations.Over the past 70 years, cultural and economic exchange helped bothcountries set a glorious course, side by side. It just so happens thatthis year, Donghua University also celebrates its 70thRead More

Collective efforts needed to get rid of drug menace: IGP

ISLAMABAD, Oct 02 (DNA): Inspector General of Police (IGP) IslamabadQazi Jamil ur Rehman has said that use of drug leads towards destructionand collective efforts are needed to make society free from this menace. Addressing a ceremony held at FAST University Islamabad, the IGPappealed the parents, elders of families and teachers to keep continuouscheck on activities of children for their bright and secure future. The IGP said that narcotics was a threat to the society and use of drugby students or young people destroys their lives and keeps them awayfrom theirRead More