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Dozens of migrants killed in fire at Mexican immigration facility

The Mexican president said the fire in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, broke out after migrants found out they would be deported. The mostly Central American asylum seekers ignited cots, leading to the deadly fire. The death toll rose to 39 from a fire at an immigrant facility, authorities in Mexico said Tuesday. The Mexican president said the fire in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, broke out after migrants found out they would be deported. The mostly Central American asylum seekers ignited cots, leading to the deadly fire. But Mexico’s Attorney’s General Office norRead More


Haris Rauf ‘appointed’ DSP in Islamabad

The Islamabad Police on Tuesday appointed Pakistan’s fast bowler Haris Rauf as a goodwill ambassador and gave him the honorary DSP rank. Taking to Twitter, Rauf shared his excitement and wrote: I’m truly honoured to be appointed as a goodwill ambassador of the Islamabad Police and an even greater honour to be able to wear this uniform as our heroes who lay their lives in the line of duty! In an exclusive conversation with Geo News, Rauf thanked Islamabad IG Dr Akbar Nasir Khan and the Islamabad police for recognisingRead More


Bill limiting CJP’s powers introduced

The bill ensures that the three senior-most judges of the Supreme Court would decide on any suo motu case Ansar M Bhatti ISLAMABAD, MAR 28 /DNA/ – The federal cabinet approved the draft of a legislation on Tuesday seeking to curtail the discretionary powers of the Chief Justice of Pakistan, leaving the decision of any suo motu case up to the three senior-most judges of the apex court. The Law Minister later presented the bill in the National Assembly for approval. The bill ensures that the three senior-most judges ofRead More


DC Attock reviews prices of all edibles

FROM QAZI SHOAIB KHAN DNA ATTOCK (MARCH-28): The inflation-stricken consumers of Attock while talking to the media here on Tuesday have protested over the self-fabricated prices of all edibles imposed by the unbridled profiteers and hoarders during the holy month of Ramazan amid law enforcement agencies. They alleged that bananas which were available at Rs 200 per dozen before Ramazan are now being sold upto Rs 400 per dozen, apples from Rs 250 per kg to Rs 400 per kg, water melon from Rs 100 to Rs 300 per kilo,Read More


World Trade Disputes Shapes the Global Economy’s Future

Farhan Ahmad International trade policies and agreements are fundamental to the global economy and play a vital role in shaping international affairs. They allow countries to specialize in producing goods and services that they can efficiently produce, and then trade those goods and services with other countries. However, the interdependence of international trade has created opportunities for conflicts and disagreements between countries, which can range from differences in trade practices to broader economic and political issues. One of the most significant examples of a world trade dispute is the ongoingRead More


China-led AIIB to support Pakistan

Islamabad, Mar 28 (DNA): “While liquidity continues to tighten, we need to help those countries that are insolvent. The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) stands ready to support the world’s most vulnerable countries, and we have increased our multilateral assistance to countries including Pakistan. In addition, we are considering post-earthquake support for Turkey,” said AIIB President Jin Liqun, according to a report published by China Economic Net (CEN) on Tuesday. During the China Development Forum 2023, Jin said that the international community is confronted with multiple risks and challenges. ProlongedRead More