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No anti-Pakistan elements in Afghanistan: FM Muttaqi

ISLAMABAD, NOV 12: Afghanistan’s acting Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi on Friday denied the presence of anti-Pakistan elements in his country, assuring that the Taliban-led government was making all-out efforts to ensure that Afghan soil was not used against any country. Muttaqi, who is leading a 20-member delegation on a three-day visit to Pakistan, expressed the views while addressing a seminar at the Institute of Strategic Studies Islamabad. The Afghan official also confirmed that the interim government had facilitated talks between the banned Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) and the Pakistan government.Read More


6 ways to eat your way to better mental health

From a young age, we are taught that eating well helps us look and feel our physical best. What we are not always told is that good nutrition significantly affects our mental health, too. A healthy, well-balanced diet can help us think clearly and feel more alert. It can also improve concentration and attention span. Cookbook author Chantal Lascaris shares below six helpful (and admittedly, delicious) suggestions to keep in mind when it comes to eating your way to improve mental and physical well-being. Eat your vegetables – raw FromRead More


United States “very concerned” about migrant crisis at Poland-Belarus border

WASHINGTON, NOV 12: The United States is “very concerned” about the situation at the Poland-Belarus border, US Vice-President Kamala Harris said on Friday. “On the issue of Belarus and what is happening at the border with Poland, we are very concerned about that and closely paying attention to it,” Harris said at a press conference in Paris. “The Lukashenko regime, I believe is engaged in very troubling activity. It is something that I discussed with President Macron, and the eyes of the world and its leaders are watching what is happening there,” she added. The European Union has accused Belarus of mountingRead More


PTI govt determined to control inflation: Fawad

ISLAMABAD, Nov 12 : Minister for Information and Broadcasting Chaudhary Fawad Hussain Friday said the his government is determined to control inflation in the country and striving hard to bring it down by taking inclusive measures. PTI’s Core Committee Meeting, chaired by Prime Minister Imran Khan, discussed various issues including electoral reforms, local government elections, prevailing situation in Afghanistan, and core inflation in the country. Briefing the media, the minster said that the meeting took party members into confidence over the steps being taken by the government to control theRead More


Sirajul Haq terms PTI govt as ‘agent of status quo’

Staff Report ISLAMABAD, Holding responsible the ruling elite for theplight of the masses, Jamaat-e-Islami Emir Sirajul Haq has called forlaunching a peaceful mass movement to get rid of the feudal lords andcorrupt capitalists to put the country on track. “Pakistani labor class work day and night in foreign countries and sendmoney to Pakistan while the rulers stash their billions in foreignaccounts,” he said while addressing a press conference on Friday. Sirajul Haq declared it as an irony when the PML-N and the PPP talkedabout the rights of masses. “There isRead More


Rizwan had ‘two days in intensive care’ before semi-final

DUBAI , NOV 12 : Pakistan s Mohammad Rizwan top-scored with 67 in Thursday s T20 World Cup semi-final against Australia despite spending two days in a hospital intensive care unit due to a chest infection, the team doctor said following their five-wicket loss. Rizwan and veteran Shoaib Malik remained doubtful for the game due to fever. “Mohammad Rizwan developed a severe chest infection on November 9th after which he was admitted to the hospital. He spent two nights in the ICU recovering,” Pakistan s team doctor Najeeb Somroo said.Read More