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Sarah Wins Subh-e-Nau Ladies National Tennis title

BY OUR CORRESPONDENT  ISLAMABAD, Feb 04: Veteran woman tennis player Sarah Mahboob outclassed Noor Malik in stright sets 2-0 to won the Subh-e-Nau Ladies National Ranking Tennis Tournament-2022 singles category title here at PTF-SDA Tennis Complex, Islamabad on Friday.  more then 100 players were participated in the ladies national ranking tennis championship organised by Pakistan Tennis Federation (PTF) with the coloboration of Subh-e-Nau.  In the ladies singles final Sarah Mahboob Khan get easy win against Noor Malik 6-1,6-1 to win the Subh-e-Nau Ladies National Ranking Tennis Tournaments-2022 singles title.  PakistanRead More

Pak Embassy in Minsk organizes ceremony to mark Kashmir Solidarity Day

MINSK, FEB 4 /DNA/ – As part of Kashmir Solidarity Day commemoration falling on 5th February, the Embassy organized an event today in Minsk to show solidarity with the people in the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu Kashmir (IIOJK) who are struggling for their right to self-determination enshrined in several UN Security Council Resolutions.  The event was attended by members of expatriate community and representatives of Kashmiri diaspora. A photographic exhibition and video documentary on human rights situation in Kashmir were part of the event. The participants expressed their unwavering support forRead More

41ST CAS open golf Championship kick starts

KARACHI 4 Feb: /DNA/ – Featuring around 400 golfers from all over the country, Chief of the Air Staff Open Golf Championship kick-starts at Airmen Golf Club and Recreational Park, Korangi Creek today. Air Vice Marshal Zubair Hassan Khan, President Airmen Golf Club and Recreational Park inaugurated the Championship. In the first round of the tournament Tallat Ijaz, Muhammad Shahzad and Shahbaz Masih scored 70 (2 under par). Trailing were Bilal Hussain, Khalid Khan, Muhammad Munir, Matloob Ahmed and Akbar Mehroz who finished the round at 71 (1 under par). AhmedRead More

Myanmar court postpones two hearings in Suu Kyi’s trial-source

A court in military-run Myanmar postponed two hearings this week in the trial of Aung San Suu Kyi, a source with knowledge of proceedings said on Friday, after media reported the ousted leader had not been feeling well. Suu Kyi had been due in court on Thursday and Friday for hearings on corruption charges related to the leasing and purchase of a helicopter while in office. U.S.-funded RFA (Radio Free Asia) reported that Suu Kyi was allowed to miss the hearings at the request of her doctor because she wasRead More

Admiral Rao’s memoirs underscore coastal communities as stakeholders for seaward security policy: Speakers

Staff Report ISLAMABAD: Local communities as stakeholders are an essential element for the success of a policy as they contribute to national cohesion and economic growth if given ownership and provided the right opportunities. This holds true for the coastal communities, and while acknowledging this aspect, Pakistan Navy follows a humanistic approach in its security strategy as evinced by various development projects based along the country’s coast. This was highlighted by speakers at the book launch ceremony of Gwatar Bay to Sir Creek: The Golden Coast of Pakistan – HistoryRead More

Indian army chief’s claim regarding LoC ceasefire ‘misleading’: DG ISPR

ISLAMABAD: Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Director General Maj Gen Babar Iftikhar on Friday rejected Indian Army Chief Manoj Mukund Naravane’s claim that the ceasefire arrangement on the Line of Control (LoC) was holding because India had negotiated from a “position of strength”. The 740-km LoC had seen unprovoked artillery shelling and firing from across the dividing line until February last year when India and Pakistan recommitted themselves to the 2003 ceasefire, bringing relief to the lives of the affected population. On Thursday, Indian Army Chief Naravane said the ceasefire continued to holdRead More