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PTI spokesperson berates wholesale auction of political orphans in Balochistan

PTI spokesperson strongly condemns abduction of Akbar Tanoli

Says Jati umra’s pirates taken to Quetta in state patronage to start new round of loot, plunder   Vows people all-set to hold national criminals accountable come what may ISLAMABAD, NOV 15 /DNA/ – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) spokesperson lashed out at the shameful practice in the country of switching political loyalties by non-political and non-democratic forces, saying that after turning Sindh House into a center of horse trading, now the Jati umra pirates were taken to Quetta under the state patronage for the wholesale auction of the political orphans of Balochistan.Read More

RCCI President calls on Ambassador of Czech Republic

RCCI President calls on Ambassador of Czech Republic

DNA Rawalpindi: The Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (RCCI) President RCCI Saqib Rafiq called on Ladislav Steinhübel, Ambassador of the Czech Republic in Islamabad. Senior Vice President Muhammad Hamza Sarosh was also present at the meeting. RCCI President Saqib Rafiq gave a short briefing on chamber current activities and future programs. He said that the Czech Republic had a very vast scope for Pakistani goods. The existing trade volume between the two countries was low and needed to be raised through frequent exchange of delegations. RCCI President who alsoRead More

PM Kakar unveils dossier about Indian oppression on minorities

Situation at borders won’t impact elections: PM Kakar

ISLAMABAD, NOV 15 (DNA) — Prime Minister Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar has launched a dossier detailing Indian oppression on religious minorities. The prime minister unveiled the dossier prepared by Islamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI) during a ceremony at Margalla Dialogue in the federal capital on Wednesday. The dossier explains how instances of majoritarian violence have been inflicted on religious minorities since 2014, the year when Narendra Modi and Bharatiya Janata Party came to power. It also adds that 294 incidents of extremism against minorities occurred in the year 2021 alone. It alsoRead More

Security forces neutralize seven terrorists in night operation: ISPR

Security forces victorious in Lakki Marwat anti-terror operation

Rawalpindi, NOV 15: /DNA/ – On night 14/15 November 23, security forces conducted an intelligence-based operation in general area Kiri Machan Khel, Tank District, on reported presence of terrorists. During conduct of the operation, intense fire exchange took place between own troops and terrorists, as a result of which seven terrorists were sent to hell.Terrorists hideouts were also busted during the operation. Weapons and ammunition were also recovered from the killed terrorists, who remained actively involved in numerous terrorist activities including recent target killings of Police in Tank and surroundingRead More

Former minister boycotts British King’s Day event over Gaza situation

Israel takes war to hospitals as Palestinian PM calls for 'parachute aid' into Gaza

Imran Nazir says all big advocates for human rights including UK are silent on Gaza issue DNA ISLAMABAD: To protest the silence of the world community over the Gaza situation where the Israeli forces have let the hell loose on the innocent children, men and women, the former Punjab health minister Khawja Imran Nazeer has boycotted the British King Charles birthday ceremony. In a letter written to Jane Marriott the British High Commissioner to Pakistan dated November 14, 2023, Imran Nazeer said “ I regret to inform you that IRead More

Gaza gets limited fuel supply, but Israel bans use for hospitals and water purification

Gaza gets limited fuel supply, but Israel bans use for hospitals and water purification

WHO loses contact with staff in Al-Shifa hospital amid Israeli raid; Erdogan calls Israel a “terror state”. Bombarded twice in Gaza, 4-year-old Ahmed loses parents, then legs The boy keeps asking for his parents, and he wants to get up and walk, but his parents are dead and his legs have been amputated. That is the plight of Ahmed Shabat, a four-year-old boy whose parents were killed when their home in the town of Beit Hanoun in the northeastern corner of the Gaza Strip was hit by an Israeli airRead More