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U.S withdrawal from Afghanistan and its impact on Pakistan

The United States departure from Afghanistan in August 2021 marked the end of the country’s longest conflict and caused a profound upheaval in the region’s political and security environment. This abrupt withdrawal created chaos in the region and led to the reemergence of terror groups on Afghan soil after 20 years.  The consequences of the US departure are not limited to Afghanistan. It has massively entombed neighboring surrounding countries, primarily Pakistan. The adjacent nation is significantly impacted by the evolving crisis in Afghanistan under Taliban governance. The substantial power shiftRead More

Uzbekistan-Germany: Cooperation Pursues a Long-Term Perspective

Germany, one of the world’s leading powers and a confident leader in various sectors and spheres of the global economy, is Uzbekistan’s reliable and time-tested partner in Europe. The first official visit of the President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev to Germany on January 20-22, 2019, as well as the return visit of the Federal President of the Federal Republic of Germany Frank-Walter Steinmeier to Uzbekistan on May 27-29 the same year have given a powerful impetus to the further development of bilateral partnership. On March 12, 2021, the President ofRead More

Maryam Nawaz reviews youth membership drive for participation in PML-N

LAHORE, MAY 02 (DNA) — Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Chief Organizer Maryam Nawaz Tuesday presided over a meeting of the party to review the youth membership activities across the province of Punjab.   The meeting also discussed the induction of women in party alongwith code of conduct for the youth. PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz has expressed her satisfaction over the membership drive of youth and women in the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz.   She thanked the youth and women for the enthusiasm in the drive of membership and registration process.Read More

PARC holds National Dialogue on Agricultural Research

Islamabad, MAY 2 /DNA/ – A three-day National Dialogue on Agricultural Research started at the National Agricultural Research Centre, Islamabad. Speaking at the inaugural session, the Honorable Minister of National Food Security and Research, Chaudhary Tariq Bashir Cheema, highlighted the government’s commitment to promoting the agricultural sector and improving the livelihoods of farmers. The minister emphasized the importance of research and innovation in achieving sustainable agricultural development and achieving the target of self-sufficiency in edible oil production. The minister advised the Secretary, Ministry of National Food Security and Research toRead More

Building ‘Mad Max’ vehicles for Ukraine’s fighters

Kyiv, Ukraine, May 2 (AFP/APP):With angular welded frames, huge wheels and teeth painted on the front grille, the one-off buggies being built to order for Ukrainian forces on the battlefield resemble props from the “Mad Max” films. Tough and durable, buggies can speed over the roughest terrain, carrying weapons and the wounded — and are in demand. Ukraine faces a challenge to transport its thousands of troops and evacuate the wounded because vehicles on the front line may only last a matter of weeks. These buggies are made by aRead More

Leveling unfounded defamatory, libelous allegations

Asad seeks public apology from Siraj or ready to face court  ISLAMABAD: /DNA/ – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Central Secretary General Asad Umar has served notice to Siraj-ul-Haq chief of Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) for his unfounded defamatory and libelous claims that moneys of few including our client are deposited and lying in the foreign banks. PTI Central Secretary General, in a notice of cause of action, pleaded that he should better to tender an unqualified, unconditional, meaningful apology in a press conference addressed in the equal and similar manner as it wasRead More