Saudi Arabia agrees to take forward PM Imran’s peace initiative

Saudi Arabia agrees to take forward PM Imran’s peace initiative

Pakistan and Saudi Arabia have agreed to remain engaged and consult closely to take forward Prime Minister Imran Khan’s initiative to ensure peace and security in the region. The agreement came during the Prime Minister’s separate meetings with Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud and Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman in Riyadh,...

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Prince William, Kate Middleton to arrive in Pakistan tonight

Prince William, Kate Middleton to arrive in Pakistan tonight

ISLAMABAD: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William, and Kate Middleton, will arrive in Pakistan on Monday night on a four-day royal tour from Oct 14 to 18 as they are “looking forward to building a lasting friendship with the people of Pakistan.” Further details about The Duke and Duchess...

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IOK: 68th day of inhuman barbarism

IOK: 68th day of inhuman barbarism

People living in Indian Occupied Kashmir and Muslim majority areas of the Jammu still facing hardships due to the curfew imposed by India that entered the 68th consecutive day, today. Besides facing a shortage of essential commodities including food and medicines due to on and off restrictions and shutdown, the...

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China backs Pakistan’s position on Kashmir issue

China backs Pakistan’s position on Kashmir issue

China supported Pakistan’s stance on the Kashmir issue and reiterated that the issue is a dispute left from history, and should be properly and peacefully resolved based on the UN Charter, a statement issued by the Foreign Ministry said. Pakistan briefed the Chinese leadership regarding the situation in Indian occupied...

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Russian magnate showers dollar bills into the audience

Russian magnate showers dollar bills into the audience

A Russian businessman, Igor Rybakov, shocked a business conference by showering dollar bills worth $20,000 into the audience. According to reports, people tousled to pick up the money, as the tycoon told them he wanted to help budding Russian entrepreneurs get started and succeed in their respective fields. Footage shows a...

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Kashimri youth martyred in Pulwama by Indian Troops

Kashimri youth martyred in Pulwama by Indian Troops

On Tuesday, In occupied Kashmir, Youth in Pulwama district martyred by Indian troops in their unabated state terrorism According to a report of Kashmir Media Service, During a cordon and search operation in the Awantipora area of the district the youth was killed by Indian troops For the past 12...

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Iraqi PM pledges reforms to calm angry protests

Iraqi PM pledges reforms to calm angry protests

The Iraqi government announced a series of reforms early Sunday after an “extraordinary” session overnight in response to sweeping anti-government rallies that have left nearly 100 dead in less than a week. The United Nations on Saturday urged an end to violence in Iraq, after five days of protests calling...

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Thousands in bloody protests across Iraq, 31 dead

Thousands in bloody protests across Iraq, 31 dead

BAGHDAD: Thousands of protesters clashed with riot police in Iraq´s capital and across the south on Thursday, the third day of mass rallies that have left 31 dead. Defying curfews, tear gas and live rounds, truckfuls of demonstrators gathered to vent anger over corruption, unemployment and poor services in the...

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Manmohan Singh to attend inaugural ceremony of Kartarpur Corridor, says Indian media

Manmohan Singh to attend inaugural ceremony of Kartarpur Corridor, says Indian media

NEW DELHI: On Thursday India media reported that former prime minister of India Manmohan Singh will visit Pakistan and attend the inaugural ceremony of the Kartarpur Corridor. According to details, the visit of erstwhile premier is contingent on the Indian government’s approval. Manmohan Singh will reach Kartarpur on November 9,...

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IOK: 60th day of inhumane curfew

IOK: 60th day of inhumane curfew

TodayIn occupied Kashmir, with heavy military deployment, restrictions and communications blockade normal life in tatters on the 60th straight day.  Curfew made it impossible to access the shops and markets for both shopkeepers and customers. Education institutions are closed and public transport is off the road. The citizens still are short on...

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