Kashmir Is Not India’s Property: Farooq Abdullah

Kashmir Is Not India’s Property: Farooq Abdullah

Previous Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, Farooq Abdullah on Friday, while advising the Indian government, said that Kashmir is not India’s “own property to be acquired”, News18.com reported. Farooq Abdullah was remarking on the Indian parliament’s standing determination on Kashmir. “Is this your ancestors property?”  He was tending to a...

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2 Soldiers Martyred In Attack In Mohmand, 4 Militants Killed

2 Soldiers Martyred In Attack In Mohmand, 4 Militants Killed

At least four militants were killed in retaliatory fire by security forces when they launched a “suicide attack” on a camp of the Mohmand Rifles Headquarters in Mohmand Agency on Saturday.   Security Forces valiantly defeated Suicide Attack on Ghalani Camp in Mohmand Agency killing all 4 Suicide Bombers.Own 2...

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Circular Debt Stands At Rs328 Billion, Senate Told

Circular Debt Stands At Rs328 Billion, Senate Told

Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Sheikh Aftab Ahmad declared line losses and power theft as the big problems faced by the Government. He informed the Senate that circular debt of power sector is standing at Rs328 billion. Minister also told the senate that several distribution companies had managed to lessen their...

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Gen Raheel Sharif Is One Of The Finest Military Leaders : PM

Gen Raheel Sharif Is One Of The Finest Military Leaders : PM

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif applauses General Raheel Sharif while addressing the farewell ceremony in the honor of the Army Chief. Services of Gen Raheel Sharif were acknowledged by the premier during his address. He said. “I always consulted General Raheel Sharif for strategic advice and will keep consulting with him...

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Pakistan Navy To Buy Warships From China And Turkey

Pakistan Navy To Buy Warships From China And Turkey

IDEAS 2016 has brought ultimate pride for the country and every Pakistani is awestruck at the strong defense of their beloved homeland. IDEAS not only highlighted the arms and ammunition but it has brought good news also. It has been announced that Pakistan Navy is considering to buy super-fast ships...

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No Tolerance For India’s Deliberate Targeting: PM

No Tolerance For India’s Deliberate Targeting: PM

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has warned India that deliberate targeting of innocents would not be tolerated. Chairing a high-level meeting today he said that Pakistan is continuously trying to maintain peace despite the ceasefire violations form across the border. Nawaz cleared Pakistani stance by stating, “We cannot tolerate deliberate targeting...

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Cabinet Approves 146pc Rise In Salaries Of Parliamentarians

Cabinet Approves 146pc Rise In Salaries Of Parliamentarians

The federal government has approved an astounding increasing in the salaries of the members of the parliament, of up to 146 percent The decision in increase of salaries was taken by the federal cabinet on Wednesday. According to the Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Marium Aurangzeb, the members...

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LoC Skirmishes: Pakistan, India ‘Cannot Afford To Escalate Tension’

LoC Skirmishes: Pakistan, India ‘Cannot Afford To Escalate Tension’

With all the fears regarding the ongoing tensions between Pakistan and India leading to a bigger conflict, a top European Union (EU) official on Wednesday, warned both the countries on the rising conflicts, saying that the powerful western economic bloc is encouraging the nuclear armed neighbors to start a negotiation....

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DTH Auction Ends With Rs14.6bn Pledged For Three Licences

DTH Auction Ends With Rs14.6bn Pledged For Three Licences

The auction of three licenses for DTH programming started on Wednesday after the Supreme Court of Pakistan allowed PEMRA to proceed with it, however, the SC restricted it from awarding the contract. The auction started around 1pm, from the Rs200 million mark and proceeded neck-to-neck until 1:30am on Thursday, when the...

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Three Pakistan Army Soldiers Killed Near LoC: ISPR

Three Pakistan Army Soldiers Killed Near LoC: ISPR

Three Pakistan Army soldiers were killed in an exchange of fire with the Indian troops near the Line of Control (LoC) on Wednesday, said the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR). The statement further read that, in retaliatory fire, nearly seven Indian soldiers were killed. Earlier today, Indian troops targeted a passenger...

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