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Known religious figure killed in attack

Bureau Report PESHAWAR /DNA/ – Sheikh Abdul Hameed a known religious figure from Ahli Hadith School of thoughts was killed and his brother seriously injured in an attack at Qazi Kelli Peshawar on Sunday evening. The initial reports reveal that Sheikh Abdul Hameed was boarding on his car along with brother Sheikh Muhammad Rahmati. Some unknown assailants riding on motorbike opened firing with AK 47. As a result both sustained serious injuries. They were shifted to nearby hospital where Sheikh Abdul Hameed succumbed to injuries. The relatives informed that SheikhRead More

PNS ALAMGIR visits Tanzania, establishes free medical camp for locals

ISLAMABAD, JAN 16 (DNA) — Pakistan Navy Ship ALAMGIR visited Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania as part of overseas deployment in the African Region and established a Free Medical Camp as goodwill gesture from the people of Pakistan. Upon arrival at the port, PNS ALAMGIR was received by Naval and Air Attache of Pakistan at Tanzania and senior officials from Tanzanian Navy, said a Pakistan Navy media release received here Sunday. During the port visit, the Mission Commander and Commanding Officer of the Ship called on the Naval Operations and TrainingRead More

Germany’s seven-day incidence of infections passes 500 for first time

German Health Minister Karl Lauterbach warned Germans against complacency and warned of “difficult weeks” ahead as the country’s disease control body recorded a new high in its seven-day incidence of coronavirus infections. The Robert Koch Institute (RKI) reported 515.7 new infections per 100,000 people per week on Sunday, marking the first time the measure has passed the 500 mark. This compares to the figure of 497.1 a day earlier and 362.7 a week earlier. German health authorities recorded 52,504 new infections in the past 24 hours. A week earlier 36,552 were recorded.Read More

NSA Moeed Yusuf to discuss Pakistan’s aid for Afghanistan in Kabul visit on Jan 18-19

ISLAMABAD, JAN 16: A high-level inter-ministerial delegation led by National Security Adviser (NSA) Moeed Yusuf would be visiting Afghanistan on January 18-19 for talks on bilateral matters, focusing on Pakistan’s efforts to avert a humanitarian crisis in the neighbouring country, officials said on Sunday. Yusuf is steering the Afghanistan Inter-Ministerial Coordination Cell (AICC) to channel Pakistan’s humanitarian and economic assistance to Afghanistan in a manner that helps the Afghan interim authorities in combatting their key challenges while adhering to the requirements of the UN and international sanctions. According to officialsRead More

Nepal hands over humanitarian assistance to Afghanistan

KABUL, JAN 16 /DNA/ – Ms Sewa Lamsal Joint Secretary of  Mofa Nepal hands over the humanitarian assistance from Nepal to Ramiz Alakbarov Deputy Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General and the Humanitarian & Development Coordinator for Afghanistan at the Kabul Int Airport today.

Jammu Kashmir people to observe Indian Republic Day as Black Day

MIRPUR, JAN 16 (DNA) — The people of Jammu & Kashmir living on both sides of the line of control including Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK), Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) and rest of the world would observe the Indian Republic Day, falling on January 26, as black day to invite the attention of international community towards the continual long unlawful and forced Indian occupation since last 75 years. Kashmiris observe the Indian Republic day as black day every year to mark strong indignation and protest against theRead More