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Chauraha, unconventional story to change audience in a positive way, says Madiha Imam

ISLAMABAD, – VJ turned actress and television host Madiha Imam recently shared titbits of her on-going hit serial ‘Chauraha’ revealing the positive aspect of unfolding story-line. Famed Pakistani actress hailed for her spectacular roles in hit dramas such as, Muqaddar, Dil-e-Momin and Baba Jani, has been recently in news due to the on-going serial ‘Chauraha’ in which she is playing the lead role as Zoya. A young and naïve girl Zoya has to face so many hardships after becoming a victim of a heinous crime done by Junaid. Recently, theRead More

Fresh round if violent acts, emergence if militants seems matter of great concern in parts of KP

Shamim Shahid PESHAWAR / DNA/ – Whatever might be claims and justifications on the part of government, high ups of policy making institutions towards Afghanistan but stock of questions arises in the wake of latest wave of violent acts and sense of insecurity amongst North Waziristan tribesmen which reached to its peak. Continuous violent acts especially target killing despite government or military high ups claims of clearing the area and eliminating terrorists has forced North Waziristan tribesmen to come out on roads. And thousands of tribesmen from all over North Waziristan areRead More

Pakistan joins ASEAN in 55th ASEAN Day celebrations

DNA ISLAMABAD, AUG 8: Pakistan felicitates the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) Member States on the 55th ASEAN Day.Founded on principles of cooperation, amity and non-interference, ASEAN has evolved into a dynamic and integrated economic community advancing shared interests of regional peace and development.Pakistan has long-standing cooperation with ASEAN, as the Sectoral Dialogue Partner since 1993, member of the ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF) since 2004, also having acceded to the Treaty of Amity and Cooperation in South East Asia in 2004.Pakistan appreciates ASEAN’s progress and significant strides inRead More

‘No excuse for killing children’: Erdoğan urges dialogue

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said on Monday that the Al-Aqsa Mosque is a “red line” for Türkiye, urging dialogue. Speaking about the tensions in Palestine, the Turkish president said that Ankara backs a 2-state solution in the Palestine-Israel conflict and it supports Palestine’s sovereignty. “There can be no excuse for killing children, Türkiye stands by Palestinian people,” he said on the latest Israeli attacks on Gaza. He also stressed that the Al-Aqsa Mosque is a “red line” for Türkiye. UKRAINE, CAUCASUS CRISIS Erdoğan said that Türkiye keeps saying since the beginning of the Ukraine war that there will be no winner in the conflict. HeRead More

PTI changes venue, to hold Aug 13 power show in Lahore

LAHORE – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) on Monday changed the venue of August 13 rally and will hold power show in Lahore instead of Islamabad. Former prime minister and PTI chairman Imran Khan chaired a meeting of the party’s political committee. During the meeting, it was decided that the August 13 rally will be held in Lahore instead of Islamabad. Sources privy to the development said that the rally will be held in Hockey Ground. Beginning of the revolution On Sunday, the PTI chairman in his meeting with party leader andRead More

Legal action for maligning army demanded

ISLAMABAD: Chairman of National Business Group Pakistan, President Pakistan Businessmen and Intellectuals Forum, and All Karachi Industrial Alliance, and former provincial minister Mian Zahid Hussain on Monday said the government would have collapsed and the country would have gone bankrupt after great instability if the value of the dollar was not eroded. We are grateful for General Bajwa’s personal efforts to save the country from anarchy and to stabilize the sliding economy, he said. Mian Zahid Hussain said that the business community hopes that the army will continue to perform its dutiesRead More