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“Beauty Alt Atrocity”A solo exhibition by Ayisha Arshad Shahnawaz

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ISLAMABAD, NOV 22: Pakistan National Council of the Arts ,  is delighted to present another exciting exhibition “Beauty Alt Atrocity” a solo show by Aysiha Arshad Shahnawaz, opened today . Mr. Shafqat Mehmood, Minister of NH&C Division has graciously consented to inaugurate the exhibition. This show is a collection of intricately crafted paintings. Through her works, Ayisha explores the innumerable sufferings and miseries which are caused in the process of creating something fantastical and worthy, the sacrifice every individual makes to achieve the desired on a very personal level asRead More


Pakistan, IMF reach staff-level agreement on steps for revival of package

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ISLAMABAD, NOV 22: The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and Pakistan reached a staff-level agreement on policies and reforms needed to complete the sixth review under the $6 billion Extended Fund Facility (EFF) which has been ‘in recess’ since April, the Fund announced in a statement on Monday. The agreement is subject to approval by the Fund’s Executive Board, following the implementation of prior actions, notably on fiscal and institutional reforms, the IMF said. The approval of the agreement will make available 750 million in Special Drawing Rights (SDR), equivalent to $,1059m, itRead More


SC should reconsider lifetime disqualification: JKT

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Saqib Mushtaq Lodhran, NOV 22 /DNA/ – Jahangir Tareen said while talking to the media in Lodhran that nobody can say whether he will get relief from Supreme Court or not in his disqualification case but Supreme Court should reconsider the lifetime disqualification. He added that there are two things one, people were sentenced in some crime and serve 5 years in prison and then return to participate in the Elections, Supereme Court should decide itself of reconsideration, secondly that in Article 184/3 people were disqualified and in this thereRead More


COMMANDER QATARI EMIRI NAVAL FORCES CALLS ON AIR CHIEF

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ISLAMABAD, NOV 22 /DNA/ – Commander, Qatari Emiri Naval Forces, Major General Abdullah Bin Hassan Al-Sulaiti called on Air Chief Marshal Zaheer Ahmed Baber Sidhu, Chief of the Air Staff, Pakistan Air Force in his office today. During the meeting, both the dignitaries discussed matters of professional and mutual interest.Major General Abdullah Bin Hassan Al-Sulaiti commended the professionalism of PAF and acknowledged its rising indigenous capacity in aviation industry. The Air Chief said that Pakistan and Qatar enjoy longstanding religious, cultural and historical bonds which are manifested through strong tiesRead More


Ambassadors of Norway, Japan, and Poland present credentials

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President Alvi highlights Pakistan’s desire to further expand bilateral trade and commercial cooperation with the friendly countries A.M.Bhatti/DNA ISLAMABAD: President Dr Arif Alvi has said that Pakistan offers enormous investment opportunities and foreign businesses should take advantage of the business-friendly policies of the country, especially in agriculture, Information Technology, telecommunication, energy, and tourism sectors. The President expressed these views while talking to the Ambassador designates of Japan, the Kingdom of Norway, the Republic of Poland, and the non-resident Ambassador-designate of the Kingdom of Cambodia who separately called on him, atRead More


Former CJP Saqib Nisar says leaked audio clip about Nawaz, Maryam’s trial ‘fabricated’

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ISLAMABAD, NOV 22: Former chief justice of Pakistan Mian Saqib Nisar on Monday issued a rebuttal — his second in as many weeks — saying that the voice in a leaked audio clip, purportedly of a conversation between him and an unidentified man regarding PML-N leaders Nawaz Sharif and Maryam Nawaz’s trial, was not his. In the audio clip, a voice, allegedly of the former chief justice, can be heard saying: “Let me be a little blunt about it. Unfortunately, here it is the institutions that dictate judgements. In this case, weRead More