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Pakistan embassy in Austria hosts event for flood affectees

VIENNA, OCT 19 /DNA/ – Embassy of Pakistan in Austria hosted an event for the flood affectees of Pakistan. During the event Ozan Ceyhun, Ambassador of Turkiye and Fatih Yılmaz, CEO of ATIB presented a cheque of € 73,200/- to Aftab Ahmad Khokher, Ambassador of Pakistan to Austria. Last month, Embassy of Pakistan in Austria in collaboration with Embassy of Turkiye and ATIB launched a joint campaign for helping flood affectees of Pakistan. During the campaign, ATIB raised € 73,200/-. Speaking at the occasion, Ambassador Aftab Ahmad Khokher praised ATIB and TurkishRead More


Russian attacks on civilian infrastructure in Ukraine ‘war crimes,’ says EU

The president of the European Commission on Wednesday accused Moscow of war crimes in Ukraine, calling the Russian military’s deeds “acts of pure terror.” “Russian attacks against civilian infrastructure, especially electricity, are war crimes,” Ursula von der Leyen said while addressing the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France. “Targeted attacks on civilian infrastructure, with a clear aim to cut off men, women, children of water, electricity, and heating, with the winter coming — these are acts of pure terror. And we have to call it as such,” von der Leyen added. Underlining that the European Commission proposed aRead More


Reason not issuing Swati’s production order incomprehensible: Imran Khan

Laments apathy of other political parties in the SenateISLAMABAD: /DNA/ – Condemning the shameful arrest of PTI Senator Azam Swati and his custodial torture, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman said that it was beyond comprehension as to why production orders of Azam Swati was not issued.Talking to Deputy Chairman Senate Mirza Muhammad Afridi who called on him here on Wednesday, Imran Khan strong condemned the imported government for undermining the dignity of the Parliament, especially the Upper House.Chief of Staff of PTI Chairman Senator Shibli Faraz was also present on theRead More


RCCI delegation calls on Minister Information and Broadcast

Rawalpindi: /DNA/ – Addressing issues of business community is the top priority of the government. The business community specially the private sector has played a vital role in uplifting the national economy. The Traders were the backbone of the country’s economy. These views were expressed by Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Ms. Maryam Aurangzeb in a meeting with the delegation of Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce headed by President Saqib Rafiq in Islamabad.  The Information Minister also welcomed the recommendations from the delegation to solve the economic problems. She alsoRead More


Group of criminals in guise of politics imposed through foreign conspiracy: Imran Khan

ISLAMABAD: /DNA/ – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan lashed out at the imported government for adopting fascist approach of harassment and intimidation to muzzle and suppress the dissenting voices in media, saying that a group of criminals in the guise of politics was brought in to power through foreign conspiracy who were attacking the constitution and democracy. Talking to Social media officials of PTI North Punjab, who called on him here on Wednesday, PTI Chairman said that the imported government resorted to the worst fascism to silence the independentRead More


Hamza, Noor wins first round of CAS-Serena Hotels Int’l Squash C’ship 

AFZAL JAVED  ISLAMABAD, OCT 19: Pakistan emerging stars Hamza Khan and Noor Zaman starting their winning campaign by defeating strong opponents in the first round of Chief of the Air Staff-Serena Hotels International Squash Championship  for Men here at Mushaf Squash Complex Islamabad. Pakistan Squash Federation (PSF) in collaboration with PAF, Serena Hotels and Combaxx Sports, is organizing Chief of the Air Staff-Serena Hotels International for Men and Serena Hotels-Combaxx Sports International Squash Championship for Women which will be concluding on 23 October, 2022.  Besides Pakistan, a group of 30Read More