Thursday, July 18, 2024
Main Menu

Friday, April 19th, 2024

 

President applauds PN’s professionalism in safeguarding maritime interests

President applauds PN's professionalism in safeguarding maritime interests

Islamabad, APR 19 /DNA/ – Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Naveed Ashraf, called on President Asif Ali Zardari, at Aiwan-e-Sadr today, and congratulated him on assuming the office of the President. The Naval Chief briefed the President about the operational readiness of the Pakistan Navy in safeguarding the maritime interests of the country. He highlighted that the Pakistan Navy had the capability to defend the national sea frontiers. The President commended the professionalism of the Pakistan Navy in protecting the maritime interests of the country.


AZAL’s direct flights usher in new era of connectivity between Azerbaijan, Pakistan

AZAL's direct flights

KARACHI, APR 19 /DNA/ – The Ambassador of the Republic of Azerbaijan to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan Khazar Farhadov has stressed that although Azerbaijan and Pakistan have strong relations at the political and defense levels in addition to close historical bonds but there was a dire need to further develop economic and business relations also by providing more facilitations to the private sector. The private sector should be engaged in the Joint Working Groups, the establishment of which have been agreed between the Parties at the seventh session ofRead More


Eid Joy Overflows at Malaysian High Commission: A showcase of friendship and cooperation

Eid Joy Overflows at Malaysian High Commission: A showcase of friendship and cooperation

ISLAMABAD, APR 19 /DNA/ – The High Commissioner of Malaysia to Pakistan, Ambassador Mohammad Azhar Mazlan and spouse, Madam Amelia Amani Azhar hosted an Eid-Ul-Fitr Open House at the Malaysian High Commission. The invited guests represented a cross section of the society from the diplomatic corps, senior government officials, Pakistani captains of industry, friends of the media as well as the Malaysian diaspora were among those present to celebrate the joyous occasion of Eid-Ul-Fitr. Donning their national customes, the host-hostess with his team and families at the High Commission welcomedRead More


ISSI hosts Int’l Conference next week on “Pakistan in the Emerging Geopolitical Landscape” Curtain Raiser

ISSI hosts Int’l Conference next week on “Pakistan in the Emerging Geopolitical Landscape” Curtain Raiser

ISLAMABAD, APR 19 /DNA/ – The Institute of Strategic Studies Islamabad (ISSI) and the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) Pakistan Office will be co-hosting a one-day International Conference, titled “Pakistan in the Emerging Geopolitical Landscape,” at ISSI on 24 April 2024. Building on the success of last year’s International Conference – “Pakistan’s Strategic Frontiers”, this year’s event will delve into the relationship between Pakistan’s strategic position and the rapidly shifting dynamics of West and Central Asia. The Conference agenda focuses on three key themes. The first working session, titled “Unraveling Afghanistan’s Shifting Landscape,”Read More


Turkish General MetinGürak extends support for Pakistan Navy initiatives

Turkish General MetinGürak extends support for Pakistan Navy initiatives

DNA ISLAMABAD, APR 19: Turkish Chief of the General Staff, General MetinGürak visited Naval Headquarters Islamabad and called on Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Naveed Ashraf. Upon arrival at Naval Headquarters, the dignitary was received by Chief of the Naval Staff. Later, General MetinGürak called on Chief of the Naval Staff in his office, where matters of mutual interests, regional maritime security environment and bilateral naval collaboration were discussed. Various avenues of cooperation including training, exchange of visits and conduct of bilateral naval exercises between the two Navies wereRead More


Growing Pak-Afghan Conflict

Growing Pak-Afghan Conflict

Dr. Muahammad Akram Zaheer The recent escalation of terrorist activities aimed at critical infrastructure and development ventures associated with the multibillion-dollar China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) within Pakistan has plunged the nascent government into a precarious predicament. Already grappling with daunting economic woes and a deteriorating security environment, the Islamabad administration now confronts heightened apprehensions. Pakistan has borne the brunt of five major assaults, three of which specifically targeted Chinese ventures. The most recent incident claimed the lives of five Chinese engineers engaged in the Dasu hydropower project in the KhyberRead More