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Xi tells Biden conflicts like Ukraine crisis in no one’s interests

Chinese President Xi Jinping told his U.S. counterpart Joe Biden on Friday that conflicts and confrontations such as the events unfolding in Ukraine are in the interests of no-one, according to Chinese state media. State-to-state relations cannot advance to the stage of confrontation, and conflicts and confrontations are not in the interests of anyone, Xi told Biden on a video call. “The Ukraine crisis is something that we don’t want to see,” said Xi. Xi said China and the United States must guide bilateral relations along the right track, and both sides should also shoulder due international responsibilities and make effortsRead More

PTI supporters forcibly enter Sindh House in Islamabad after hours-long protest

ISLAMABAD: PTI supporters on Friday forcibly entered the Sindh House in Islamabad after protesting outside for hours against dissident MNAs who are staying in the building. Television footage showed PTI workers climbing over the walls of Sindh House with some of them later breaking down the doors to enter the building. They also carried lotas in protest against “turncoats”. Islamabad police later cleared the area and took some of the protesters into custody.

Terror attack on Sindh House is condemnable

Islamabad, MAR 18 /DNA/ – Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has termed the attack on Sindh House as an act of terrorism. Chairman PPP said that a well-planned attack on Sindh House is tantamount to an attack on Sindh. Crossing dozens of police checkpoints and reaching Sindh House in the Red Zone is a question mark. The Sindh House is Sindh’s identity in the federation. Imran Khan showed his real hatred by invading Sindh. We are not the kind of people who take the law into our ownRead More

U.S Embassy Partners with PUAN and NUST for Expert Training on Air Quality

ISLAMABAD, MAR 18 /DNA/ – Twenty-two environmental professionals from across Pakistan completed a U.S.-funded three-day master class on “Approaches to Air Quality and the Environment.”  The Pakistan-U.S. Alumni Network (PUAN) and the U.S. Embassy in Islamabad organized the event in collaboration with the National University of Science and Technology (NUST) and the university’s Professional Development Center. The participants, all alumni of U.S. government-funded exchanges, engaged in a multidisciplinary course on the scientific, technological, economic, and regulatory aspects of air quality management.  Through academic and hands-on training, participants learned about air-qualityRead More

Pakistan rejects Indian remarks about Partition, Kartarpur Sahib Corridor

ISLAMABAD, MAR 18 /DNA/ – Pakistan categorically rejects the unwarranted and gratuitous remarks made by Indian Home Minister AmitShah, during a recent event, questioning the partition and location of Kartarpur Sahib in Pakistan. Pakistan also reiterates its serious concern over the BJP leadership increasing tendency of dragging Pakistan into its domestic affairs.  It is deeply regrettable that distortion of historical facts has become the hallmark of the BJP government along with its ideological fountainhead RSS. The resort to such delusional thinking by the Indian leadership has been strikingly frequent overRead More

Pakistan, Germany vow to work together for peace, security in Afghanistan

RAWALPINDI, MAR 18 (DNA) — Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee, General Nadeem Raza, who is on official visit to Germany and Switzerland called on Chief of the Defence Forces, Germany General Eberhard ZORN. During the meeting, matters of bilateral professional interest including further strengthening of security and defence cooperation between the two countries was brought into discussion, said an Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) news release here received. Both sides reaffirmed their commitment to work together for peace, security and stability in the region particularly in Afghanistan. CJCSC duringRead More