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Massive Israeli airstrikes kill more Palestinians

Massive Israeli airstrikes kill more Palestinians

At least 27,365 people in Palestine’s Gaza have been killed, mostly women and children, since October 7 as Israel launched its brutal war on Gaza , according to the enclave’s Health Ministry. News Desk GAZA CITY: As the US-backed Israeli genocidal war on the Gaza Strip entered day 121 on Sunday, massive aerial and artillery strikes continued to pound neighborhoods, homes and shelter centers and massacre more civilians, mostly children and women. A reporter for the Palestinian Information Center (PIC) said that the Israeli occupation army continued to attack differentRead More


The sad demise of President Geingob of Namibia

The sad demise of President Geingob of Namibia

DNA ISLAMABAD: The Government and the people of Pakistan are deeply saddened at the passing of President Hage G. Geingob of Namibia. President Geingob was a visionary statesman, a leading icon of the liberation struggle of Namibia and the chief architect of the Constitution of Namibia. President Geingob will always be remembered for his services to the Namibian nation and his distinguished legacy as a leader of the Global South. Our heartfelt condolences to President Geingob’s family and the people of Namibia.


With ‘arrows’ aimed at all, Bilawal wants voters to back PPP on Feb 8

Bilawal

HYDERABAD, FEB 4: With the electioneering reaching its peak just days before the February 8 general elections, Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari Sunday fired salvos at all the political parties. Addressing a public rally in Hyderabad, Bilawal urged people to vote for “arrow” — the PPP’s election symbol— if they wanted to stop the lion, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) electoral symbol. Stressing the need for hard work, the ex-foreign minister asked the participants: “You just get PPP won [elections]. I will handle this lion.” Taking a digRead More


Turgay Evren’s latest composition sheds light on struggles in Gaza and Kashmir

Turkish

SPAIN, Feb 4 /DNA/ – Renowned Turkish songwriter Turgay Evren unveiled his latest composition, “Where is Mercy,” at a compelling event hosted by the Kashmir Council Spain. The song, which passionately addresses the struggles faced by the people of Gaza and Kashmir, is a testament to Evren’s commitment to raising awareness through evocative lyrics. Turgay Evren has previously penned impactful songs on Kashmir, including “Kashmir Is My Name,” “Daimi Bahar” (Turkish, Urdu, Kashmiri), “We Will Never Regret” (Arabic, Urdu, Kashmiri), “I Am Kashmir,” “Only One Man” (Syed Ali Geelani), andRead More


National athletes compete in Nayza Armwrestling C`ship

National athletes compete in Nayza Armwrestling C`ship

By our correspondent  ISLAMABAD: The season 2 of Nayza Armwrestling Championship 2024 witnessed a thrilling display of strength and skill as the nation’s elite armwrestlers, alongside emerging talents from both youth and senior categories, battled it out for the title of Mr. Power Arm at Nayza Store, Bahria Town Lahore.   After successful completion of round 1, now round 2 will be held in the same categories on February 10, 2024, and the grand finale will follow the round 2, where the winners from each round will compete for the titleRead More


No zoo in Islamabad violating IHC verdict please

CDA

DNA Islamabad: The concerned citizens and experts have urged the Capital Development Authority (CDA) to refrain from violating the Islamabad High Court (IHC) verdict on the Islamabad Zoo. Moving a summary to the Federal Cabinet to reestablish the zoo in Islamabad will be a sheer violation of the IHC verdict, and it should be challenged in the court. They said CDA will be opposed for its connivance to cage the wild animals or to chain them again. It is the worst form of cruelty in the absence of technical andRead More