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Pakistan, India cricket teams to meet in New York

2024 T20 World Cup

In a historic move, New York City will host the India-Pakistan match in the 2024 T20 World Cup which will be held in the West Indies and the United States (US). The game will be played in front of 34,000 fans at a brand-new stadium in East Meadow, New York. The US is expected to host some 20 games of the 2024 T20 World Cup. This is the first time that a cricket match between India and Pakistan will be played in the United States. The two teams are fierceRead More


UAE bans fresh meat imports from Pakistan via sea route

KARACHI, SEP 20 (DNA) — The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has slapped a ban on the imports of fresh meat from Pakistan.  According to details, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has banned the import of frozen meat from Pakistan through sea route after finding fungus on the meat. Fungus was found on meat imported by a company from Karachi to UAE resulting in a ban. The ban will remain enforced until October 10. It may be noted that Pakistan exports fresh meat to the UAE worth $12 million monthly throughRead More


MoU signed between ISSI Pakistan, ADA University to strengthen bilateral relations

ADA University

DNA ISLAMABAD, SEPT 20: Conclusion of MoU between the Institute of Strategic Studies Islamabad (ISSI), Pakistan and the Institute for Development and Diplomacy (IDD) of ADA University, Azerbaijan The Institute of Strategic Studies Islamabad (ISSI) represented by its Director General Ambassador Sohail Mahmood and the Institute for Development and Diplomacy (IDD) of ADA University, Azerbaijan, represented by Director, Dr. Fariz Ismailzade, signed an MoU in a virtual ceremony today. While speaking on the occasion, Ambassador Bilal Hayee, Pakistan’s Ambassador to Azerbaijan suggested that both Institutes should prepare a future roadmapRead More


Pakistan’s attempts at peace met with obstruction by India: Jilani

Pakistan's attempts at peace met with obstruction by India: Jilani

New York: Pakistan’s efforts for “positive outreach and peace overtures” with India have been met with been met with an obstrucitve atitude, said Interim Foreign Minister Jalil Abbas Jilani on Wednesday. Speaking at the Asia Society conference in New York, he stressed on the need for “constructive dialogue” on longstanding conflicts such as the Kashmir dispute for better conditions while adding that “Pakistan desires peaceful and cooperative neighbourly ties with India”. He referred to the opening of the Kartarpur corridor for visa-free visits for the Indian Sikh community as wellRead More


U.S. attempts to sow discord in South China Sea destined to be futile

U.S. attempts to sow discord in South China Sea destined to be futile

By Zhong Sheng, People’s Daily At the recent East Asia Summit (EAS), the United States once again stirred up trouble over the South China Sea issue, attempting to sow discord between relevant countries and China. The United States has repeatedly disregarded the will of regional countries and tried to incite conflicts in the South China Sea, which further exposes the true intention of its so-called “Indo-Pacific strategy” to create divisions and confrontations in the region. At the EAS, the United States once again pulled its old tricks, emphasizing the needRead More


Virtual power plants make energy use greener

Virtual power plants make energy use greener

By Ding Yiting, People’s Daily In recent years, China’s power load has continued to grow, and extreme weathers have become more frequent, making it more difficult to ensure power supply during peak periods. In response to the continuous growth in power load and other challenges, many regions in China are actively promoting the construction of virtual power plants to strengthen power supply during peak periods. With no towering chimneys or plant buildings, and consuming no coal or other fuels, virtual power plants are invisible and intangible, yet possess some ofRead More