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Security Forces kill terrorists in N Waziristan

Rawalpindi, 30 Nov /DNA/ – On 30 November 2022, fire exchange took place between terrorists and own troops in general area Shewa, North Waziristan District. Own troops fought bravely and engaged the terrorist’s location effectively; 1 x terrorist got killed. Weapon and ammunition was also recovered from the killed terrorist.The killed terrorist remained actively involved in terrorist activities against security forces.During intense fire exchange, Havaldar Parosh (age 35 years, resident of Kohat) having fought gallantly, embraced Shahadat.Sanitization of the area is being carried out to eliminate any terrorists found inRead More

Shauzab lashes Fazal for slanderous, absurd remarks against PTI women

Questions SC, other state institutions’ inaction over Fazal’s filth-filled speeches ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Women’s Wing President Kanwal Shauzab lambasted Fazal Rehman for using inappropriate, absurd, shameful and slanderous language against PTI’s women, questioning the silence of the Supreme Court (SC) and other state institutions over his filth-filled speeches. Addressing a press conference here on Wednesday, Kanwal Shauzab said that Fazal Rehman was known for speaking such filth and mudslinging against women for taking part in politics but no action has been taken against him hitherto. She said that IslamRead More

Pakistan’s Ambassador to türkiye presents letter of credence to President Erdogan

DNA ANKARA, NOV 30: Ambassador of Pakistan to Türkiye, Yousaf Junaid presented his Credentials to His Excellency Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, President of Republic of Türkiye at a dignified ceremony held at the Presidential Palace in Ankara, Türkiye on 30 November 2022 – a day when both countries are celebrating 75 years of establishment of diplomatic relations. The Ambassador, during his meeting with President Erdogan, conveyed to him greetings and best wishes from the leadership of Pakistan for the government and people of Türkiye and discussed matters of mutual concern includingRead More

Pakistan, Kazakhstan should cooperate to work more

ISLAMABAD, NOV 30 (DNA) — Federal Minster for Economic Affairs, Sardar Ayaz Sadiq warmly welcomed the Ambassador of the Republic of Kazakhstan to Pakistan, Yerzhan Kistafin in Ministry of Economic Affairs in Islamabad Wednesday. Matters of mutual interest were discussed in the meeting. The Honorable Minister Ayaz Sadiq acknowledged the brotherly relations between Kazakhstan and Pakistan that established since the independence of Kazakhstan. He stated that trade and cooperation have steadily grown between the two nations but both countries need to work more on it. The Ambassador apprised the Minister that theRead More

Mufti Taqi Usmani calls for empowered task force to eliminate interest-based banking

KARACHI, NOV 30 (DNA) — Renowned scholar of Hadith, Islamic jurisprudence and Islamic finance, Mufti Taqi Usmani on Wednesday called for setting up an empowered task force under a specially created division of the finance ministry to implement recommendations on interest-free banking system in the country. He said this while addressing a seminar on seeking recommendations to establish an interest-free banking system in Karachi on Wednesday. He urged the finance minister to take practical steps to abolish interest-based banking system in Pakistan, contending that every religious faction was in harmonyRead More

Imran hopes new military leadership will ‘work to end prevailing trust deficit’

ISLAMABAD, NOV 30: /DNA/ – PTI Chairman Imran Khan on Wednesday congratulated the newly appointed military leadership, expressing the hope that it would work to “end the prevailing trust deficit” between the nation and the state. Last week, Gen Asim Munir, a soldier with considerable operational experience and a career steeped in intelligence, was designated as the country’s 17th army chief while Gen Sahir Shamshad Mirza, another infantry officer with an enviable career, was appointed as the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff committee. The appointments ended weeks of intense speculationRead More