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Germany announces €2mn aid for Pakistan

Germany announces €2mn aid for Pakistan

KARACHI, OCT 01 (DNA) — German Consul General in Karachi Dr Rudiger Lotz said that Germany will provide €2 million in aid to Pakistan till 2027 under the World Food Program. He said this during a book launch event organised by German-Pakistan Chamber of Commerce & Industry (GPCCI) here in Karachi. The book launch event titled, “Landmarks of Pakistan” contained pen and ink drawings of historical places of Pakistan by a German Painter, Ms. Ute Elpers. German Consul General in Karachi Dr Rudiger Lotz said, “Tonight it is an eventRead More


RWMC adopts zero-waste policy to make Rawalpindi Clean: Saqib Rafiq

RWMC adopts zero-waste policy to make Rawalpindi Clean: Saqib Rafiq

Rawalpindi: /DNA/ – The Rawalpindi Waste Management Company (RWMC) has adopted a zero-waste policy and cleanliness plan to make Rawalpindi City clean. The operation teams were determined to maintain the beauty of the City, and officers had been appointed to ensure the cleanliness at recreational places, parks, bus stands, major roads, intersections, and other important places across the City. The company was utilising all resources to maintain cleanliness across the city. This was informed by President RCCI and Chairman RWMC Saqib Rafiq during a meeting with the delegation of Islamabad ChamberRead More


ICC World Cup 2023: Bhogle says Shaheen more important to Pakistan as compared to Babar

ICC World Cup 2023

Renowned Indian commentator Harsha Bhogle believes that pacer Shaheen Afridi will be more important to Pakistan as compared to skipper Babar Azam ahead of the ICC World Cup 2023. Bhogle stated that Shaheen sets the tone for Pakistan with his ability to pick up wickets with the new ball. “Shaheen Afridi in some way is probably even more important than Babar Azam to their chances because when he’s not taking wickets in the first ten overs, you saw in the Asia Cup what happens. If Pakistan doesn’t get wickets inRead More


Over-speeding bus crushes two motorcyclists to death in Burewala

Over-speeding bus crushes two motorcyclists to death in Burewala

BUREWALA, OCT 01 (DNA) — Two people lost their lives in a road accident as an overspeeding bus crushed two motorcyclists to death in Burewala on Sunday, rsecuers and police said. The horrible accident took place at Chichawatni Road near 431/EB village. According to the rescue officials, both the motorcyclists died on the spot. The rescue teams reached the spot soon after the accident and shifted the bodies to the THQ Hospital. The police said that the bus driver managed to flee from the scene. — DNA


Afghan embassy suspends operations in India

Afghan embassy suspends operations in India

New Delhi: More than two years after the Taliban took control of Kabul following the fall of the Western-backed government, the Afghan embassy in India officially shut down on Sunday. Most foreign nations, including India, do not recognise Afghanistan’s Taliban-led government as the country’s ruler, leaving many Afghan embassies and consulates across the world in limbo. Diplomats appointed by the former government refused to cede control of embassy buildings and property to Taliban representatives. “It is with profound sadness, regret, and disappointment that the Embassy of Afghanistan in New DelhiRead More


‘Terrorists’ carry out attack in heart of Ankara

‘Terrorists’ carry out attack in heart of Ankara

Ankara: Two terrorists carried out a bomb attack on Sunday outside the ministry buildings in Ankara with one of them blowing himself up while the other was “neutralised” by authorities, the Turkish interior minister said. Turkish Interior Minister Ali Yerlikaya said two police officers were slightly injured during the attack that echoed through the Turkish capital Ankara. “Two terrorists, who arrived in a light commercial vehicle in front of the gate of the General Directorate of Security, carried out a bomb attack. One of the terrorists blew himself up,” wroteRead More