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T20 WORLD CUP: South Africa beat Bangladesh by 4 runs

T20 WORLD CUP: South Africa beat Bangladesh by 4 runs

New York, JUN 10: South Africa beat Bangladesh by 4 runs. Earlier South Africa set a 114-run target for Bangladesh in their third match of the T20 World Cup 2024 which is being played at the Nassau County International Cricket Stadium in New York on Sunday. Bangladesh were on top from the first over as Tanzim Hasan Sakib bamboozled the Proteas’ opening pair in his first two overs with Reeze Hendricks (0) and Quinton de Kock (18 off 11) returning to the pavilion early. The next victim was no otherRead More


Aircraft carrying Malawi vice president goes missing, presidency says

Aircraft carrying Malawi vice president goes missing

Lilongwe, JUN 10: An aircraft carrying Malawi’s Vice President Saulos Klaus Chilima and nine others has gone missing, Malawi’s presidency said on Monday. “All efforts by aviation authorities to make contact with the Aircraft since it went off the radar have failed thus far,” Malawi’s Office of the President and Cabinet said in a statement. Chilima, 51, was aboard a Malawi Defense Force aircraft that left the capital Lilongwe at 0917 local time (0717 GMT), the statement said, adding that search and rescue operations were ongoing.


Portugal National Day celebrated in Islamabad

Portugal National Day celebrated in Islamabad

ISLAMABAD, JUN 10 /DNA/ – Chief Guest Riaz Hussain Pirzada, Federal Minister for Housing, joined Minister Qaisar Ahmed Sheikh, Director General ISPR Lt. General Ahmed Sharif Chaudhry, and Ambassador of Portugal Fredrico Silva to celebrate Portugal’s National Day in Islamabad. The dignitaries marked the occasion with a cake-cutting ceremony, highlighting the strong diplomatic ties between Pakistan and Portugal. The event underscored the mutual respect and cooperation shared by both nations.DNA


23rd “Chinese Bridge” Final wraps up

23rd “Chinese Bridge” Final wraps up

ISLAMABAD, JUN 10 (DNA) — The Karachi Division final of the 23rd Chinese Bridge-Chinese Proficiency Competition for international university students concluded, with Chinese Consul General Yang Yundong underscoring the pivotal role of the competition in promoting mutual learning and cultural understanding between China and the world. The competition, organized by the Chinese Consulate General in Karachi and hosted by the Confucius Institute at the University of Karachi, was held in a hybrid format combining both online and offline elements. Through the “self-introduction” segment, 6 contestants shared their unique bond and enduring passionRead More


Govt all set to present people-friendly budget

Govt all set to present people-friendly budget

ISLAMABAD, JUN 10 (DNA) — Minister for Kashmir Affairs Amir Muqam Monday assured that the government would provide a people-friendly and development-oriented budget for 2024-25 that would provide relief to the disadvantaged and successfully implement its policies to serve the masses.  Talking to a private news channel, he said the scope of public welfare projects would be extended under public-private partnership and unnecessary expenditures further reduced.  He said besides big cities, balanced development of villages is also being ensured so that all facilities should be available to the youth and farmers livingRead More


Education Ministry launches Foundation Learning Policy

Education Ministry launches Foundation Learning Policy

ISLAMABAD, JUN 10 (DNA) — Ministry of Federal Education & Professional Training (MoFEPT) on Monday launched the first ever Federal Foundational Learning Policy 2024, aims to ensure that all children in federal schools will acquire foundational learning skills by 2030. The event was led by the Federal Secretary Mr. Mohyuddin Wani, and attended by key development partners, university vice-chancellors, parliamentarians and partner organisations working on education in Pakistan. The event was hosted by acclaimed author and social activist, Ms. Feryal Ali Gauhar. On the 8th of May, 2024, the honourable Prime Minister,Read More