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Israel-Palestine Conflict: Time for the youth to takeover

Global Misperceptions

Ibraheem B. Mahmood What seems a contentious and controversial topic for many, in which both sides of the conflict claim a parcel of land that dates back to when neither parties were even born, actually has a straightforward and simple solution. In this article I hope todelineate blunders and errors made and more crucially three credible and reasonablesolutions which (hopefully) leaves both parties in a healthier position than the one they currently find themselves in now. You may believe its easy for a British Muslim in his youth to sitRead More

PTI rejects Sindh LG polls results, demands probe

Fawad terms PML-N’s nominations for caretaker CM a ‘joke’, ‘non-serious’ Says Shahbaz cannot be allowed to sell Kashmir LAHORE: Lashing out at the PPP for using state machineries to manipulate LG polls, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Senior Vice President Fawad Chaudhry said that the PTI rejected the results of second phase of local body elections in Sindh, demanding an investigation into the rigging of LG polls. Addressing a press conference here on Tuesday, Fawad said that the manner in which elections held, new precedents of rigging were set, as Interior MinisterRead More

Army chief briefed on prevailing security situation during visit to Khuzdar, Basima

Rawalpindi, JAN 17: /DNA/ – General Syed Asim Munir, Chief Of Army Staff (COAS) visited Khuzdar and Basima areas of Balochistan. COAS was briefed on prevailing security situation and Formation’s operational preparedness along with measures being taken to ensure a peaceful and secure environment. While interacting with troops COAS emphasized on maintaining optimum operational readiness to thwart the attempts by foreign sponsored and supported hostile elements to destabilize Balochistan. We are aware of the nefarious designs of external enemies of Pakistan to disturb the hard earned peaceful environment in Balochistan,Read More

Pakistan’s situation worsening with every passing day: Asad Umar

ISLAMABAD, JAN 17 (DNA) — Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Asad Umar said on Tuesday situation in Pakistan was getting worse with every passing day.   Taking to Twitter, former Planning Minister Asad Umar claimed that growth rate in 15 sectors of large scale manufacturing was negative while four other sectors recorded no growth from July to November. LSM was shrinking in current year compared to same period last year, he added. = DNA

Khan’s masterstroke: PTI in; PML N down; PPP out

Comment Ansar M Bhatti The dissolution of Punjab and KP assemblies is considered as a smart move on the part of the PTI chairman that may ultimately pave the way for the general elections. Imran Khan is quite confident that the country would go to general elections either in March or April this year. While it is still a mystery who has given him this hope, the ruling alliance is hell bent upon dragging the elections to October or even next year. Whether the elections take place as per theRead More

Chinese enterprises give helping hand to Nigeria in developing digital economy

By Jiang Xuan, People’s Daily A report recently released by the GSMA, an international association of mobile operators, indicated that by the end of 2021, more than 500 million people had subscribed to mobile services in Sub-Saharan Africa, representing 46 percent of thepopulation. There will be 613 million total subscribers by 2025, representing 50 percent of the region’s population, according to the report titled “The Mobile Economy Sub-Saharan Africa 2022.”Nigeria, Ethiopia, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Tanzania, and Kenya will account for more than half of the new subscribers,Read More