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Growing arms sales to India

Pakistan has yet again expressed its serious concern over the growing arms sales to India by several countries, including the US and Russia. “The policy of double standards towards South Asia, based on narrow strategic, political and commercial considerations, must be eschewed,” Jehanzeb Khan, a First Secretary, in Pakistan’s UN …

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Citizens’ complaint portal

The incumbent government led by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf had launched a citizens’ complaint portal whereby people can have an easy and direct access to Prime Minster’s office to formally lodge/register complaints to seek redressal of their grievances on urgent basis. The landmark initiative, as it has been said, was taken with …

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Black Day

Kashmiris on both sides of the Line of Control and the world over are observing Black Day, today, the 27th October to express resentment and anger over India’s illegal and forcible control over the territory of Jammu and Kashmir. It is worth to mention here that it was on this …

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IOK governor’s assertions

Satya Pal Malik the governor of occupied Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday said that no talks will be held with Hurriyat conference until they keep “Pakistan out” of the discussion. Malik a former BJP National vice president assumed the charge as governor of Jammu and Kashmir after the fall of …

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Kashmir-the festering wound

Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday condemned the new cycle of violence and killing of innocent Kashmiris by Indian force in occupied Kashmir. In a tweet, Khan asked India to resolve the issue according to the wishes of Kashmiri people. “Strongly condemn the new cycle of killings of innocent Kashmiris …

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Election drama in IoK

The people of occupied Jammu and Kashmir were made to go through yet another farcical exercise staged by India in the name of so-called local bodies’ elections. The elections held after a gap of 13 years in the disputed territory were marked by violence and historic low turnout. Major political …

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Doha talks

A Taliban delegation is said to have met with newly appointed US envoy to Afghanistan Zalmay Khalilzad in Qatar to discuss ways and means to end the long drawn conflict in the region. According to Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid the meeting with Khalilzad and other US officials took place in …

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Ban on smoking

The Lahore High Court while hearing a petition seeking ban on smoking at public offices and educations institutions had ordered the Punjab government to ensure strict implementation of a ban on smoking at workplaces and educational institutions. The petitioner had stated that smoking at public offices and educational institutions leaves …

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Naya Pakistan Housing Programme

Prime minister Imran Khan on Wednesday announced the launch of 5 million housing project to provide housing facility to what he called the less privileged strata of society. “We have launched our most ambitious, landmark housing policy of building 5mn homes in 5 yrs. InshaAllah this will provide affordable houses …

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Stabilizing economy

It is quite difficult to say how much time will the incumbent government need to put a stop to currency’s free fall against dollar. On Tuesday the rupee tumbled as much as 7.54% to Rs 133.64 to the US dollar in the inter-bank market. According to State Bank of Pakistan …

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