PM Khan says India, Pakistan ‘must dialogue’, resolve differences

PM Khan says India, Pakistan ‘must dialogue’, resolve differences

Prime Minister Imran Khan’s official Twitter account tweeted twice on Tuesday afternoon to once again invite India to dialogue and pursue peace, terming it the “best way to alleviate poverty and uplift the people of the subcontinent”. The tweets, which included a note of gratitude to longtime friend Navjot Singh...

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Canadian PM Trudeau discusses human rights, bilateral ties with PM Imran

Canadian PM Trudeau discusses human rights, bilateral ties with PM Imran

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau telephoned PM Imran Khan on Monday, saying he is looking forward to their working together. The Canadian premier posted on Twitter, “In discussing human rights, girls’ education, trade, climate change, and refugees, PM Imran Khan and I had a great phone conversation today. Congratulations again,...

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Nawaz, Maryam’s names placed on ECL: sources

Nawaz, Maryam’s names placed on ECL: sources

ISLAMABAD: The names of former prime minister Nawaz Sharif and his daughter Maryam have reportedly been placed on the Exit Control List, a day after the newly inducted federal cabinet made the decision. Sources familiar with the matter informed Geo News that the imprisoned father-daughter duo were put on ECL...

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No Eid holidays for PM Imran

No Eid holidays for PM Imran

ISLAMABAD: Imran Khan will be spending his first Eid holidays as the Prime Minister of Pakistan working. According to reports, the PM has decided not to go to Bani Gala, his private residence, over the course of Eid-ul-Azha and will instead be spending the holidays working at his military secretary’s...

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“He Talked About Peace”: Navjot Sidhu On Row Over Hugging Pak Army Chief

“He Talked About Peace”: Navjot Sidhu On Row Over Hugging Pak Army Chief

Cricketer-turned-minister Navjot Singh Sidhu, attacked by critics for his visit to Pakistan for Imran Khan’s oath ceremony and a controversial hug shared with the Pakistani army chief, hit back today. He also tackled criticism of being seen sitting on the front row during the swearing in ceremony on Saturday, next...

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Kabul: Heavy clashes between Afghan security forces and insurgents near the Presidential Palace

Kabul: Heavy clashes between Afghan security forces and insurgents near the Presidential Palace

“This morning an unknown number of attackers entered a market behind the Eid-Gah mosque in Kabul (next to the Presidential Palace) .The security forces cordoned off the area and are trying to stop or kill the attackers,” he said Tuesday. (21.08.2018) the spokesman of the Capital Police, Hashmat Stanekzai. The...

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Japan asking its workers not to go to the office on a Monday morning a month

Japan asking its workers not to go to the office on a Monday morning a month

The government of Japan wants employees not to worry about what the clock says one Monday a month. The government of Japan wants workers to have a “glowing Monday” once a month. That is, they take the morning off and do not go to their place of work. This is how the...

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Sindh government urges to convert Governor House into a museum and its land into a public park

Sindh government urges to convert Governor House into a museum and its land into a public park

KARACHI: The Sindh government on Monday proposed to convert the Governor House into a museum and its land into a public park, if the governor chose to vacate it. The Sindh Cabinet in its maiden meeting held under the chairmanship of Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah took this...

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The beauty of Eid-ul-Adha: Discovering Islamic customs and culture with the spirit of sacrifice

The beauty of Eid-ul-Adha: Discovering Islamic customs and culture with the spirit of sacrifice

Muslims around the world are preparing to celebrate Eid al-Adha, one of the two most important festivals in the Muslim calendar. Up to 1.6 billion Muslims worldwide will be kicking off celebrations today to mark the beginning of Eid Al-Fitr following a month of fasting. Eid al-Fitr – Arabic for...

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Turks and Trump at odds, urge boycott of US products and publicly smash iPhones

Turks and Trump at odds, urge boycott of US products and publicly smash iPhones

Turkish people have adopted a riveting way of protesting against Unites States President Donald Trump after he doubled the tariffs on aluminum and steel from Turkey, prompting Ankara to sharply hike tariffs on several US products. The Turks have taken to Twitter and started posting their videos, using the hashtag...

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