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Shows of solidarity with Pak Army held around world

ISLAMABAD, May 20 (DNA): Like across the country, special events to showsolidarity with the Pak Army have been held around the world. The events were held in Tajikistan, Azerbaijan, Africa, Germany, Turkey,Russia, Norway, Belgium, the Netherlands and the UK. A pro-army procession was held in front of the Pakistan Embassy inTajikistan while a special ceremony was held in a restaurant inAzerbaijan to show solidarity with Pak forces. In Germany too, the people came forward in solidarity with the Pak Army.They condemned attacks on the GHQ in Rawalpindi and Corps CommanderHouseRead More

COAS pays tribute to Shuhada, who sacrificed their lives for the motherland

Rawalpindi, MAY 20 /DNA/ – General Syed Asim Munir, COAS visited Lahore, today. COAS laid floral wreath at Martyrs’ Monument and paid rich tribute to the Shuhada who sacrificed their lives for the motherland. COAS was given briefing on events of 9th May (Black Day). COAS also visited Jinnah House and an Army installation which were blatantly attacked and vandalised by politically motivated rioters. While addressing the Garrison officers and soldiers at Corps Headquarters, COAS said that legal process of trial against planners, instigators, abettors and perpetrators involved in 9Read More

French Embassy marks Alumni Day

ISLAMABAD, MAY 20 /DNA/ – Ambassador of France Nicolas Galey, French Embassy’s Higher Education & Scientific Attache, Sabine Vermillard, Cultural Attache Mounir Slimani, Hannah Bieber, Campus France Officer Fabiha Aziz, Arifa Sultana, Dr Shazra Munawwar, Dr Amir Zaheer, Dr Farah Naz Shaikh and members of France Alumni on the occasion of the Alumni Day held at the Alliance Francasie on Saturday.

‘We are going beyond the point of no return’: Imran decries ‘violation’ of Constitution and law

‘We are going beyond the point of no return’: Imran decries ‘violation’ of Constitution and law

CCP authorized to proceed with three major cases following the court decision

ISLAMABAD, 20 MAY: /DNA/ – The Lahore High Court, Multan Bench, has granted authorization to the Competition Commission of Pakistan (CCP) to recommence proceedings in three cases involving allegations of Deceptive Marketing Practices. This decision comes as a result of the court’s recognition of the CCP as the primary authority responsible for addressing competition-related matters, affirming its status as the original forum for such issues. The cases originated from enquiries initiated based on formal complaints lodged by three companies including M/s. Ismail Industries, M/s. Hilal Foods, and M/s. English BiscuitRead More

Devcom webinar suggests nature conservation emergency in Pakistan

DNA Islamabad, MAY 20: The unsustainable housing policies and timber mafia are the biggest threats to the green and agricultural land of Pakistan, causing immense threats to ever rapidly decreasing forests and biodiversity. The Pakistan government shall impose emergency nature conservation to protect green and agricultural lands to protect 260 million people from climate impact, water and food insecurity. Mountain resources are threatened particularly despite several sustainable development and conservation. Pakistan needs to eliminate the highhandedness of the mafias that are over-exploiting the natural resources, chopping off forests and damagingRead More