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NACTA, UNDP Sign MoU to Create Opportunities for Youth

NACTA, UNDP Sign MoU to Create Opportunities for Youth

Web Desk (November 24, 2017): National Counter Terrorism Authority (NACTA) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Pakistan signed a Memorandum of Understanding in Islamabad on Friday in pursuance of the National Counter Extremism Policy (NCEP). It is aimed ...

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Hafeez Requests PCB for spin coach

Hafeez Requests PCB for spin coach

Lahore (November 24, 2017): Pakistani cricketer Mohammad Hafeez has asked the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to provide a spin coach rather than taking services of the review committee in the bid to make a comeback in the bowling department. The ...

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PSX Closes Flat on Last Trading Day

PSX Closes Flat on Last Trading Day

Karachi (November 24, 2017): Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) closed almost flattish on Friday, with the benchmark KSE-100 Index losing 17 points to close at 40,248. The benchmark witnessed a drastic decline towards the end of the first half of the ...

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Police Alert at Oxford Circus Tube

Police Alert at Oxford Circus Tube

London (November 24, 2017): Police are responding to reports of an incident at London’s Oxford Circus Tube station, amid reports people have been seen running away from the station. British Transport Police said officers were at the scene and warned ...

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Pakistan’s Share in Afghan Trade Plummets to 12pc

Pakistan’s Share in Afghan Trade Plummets to 12pc

Islamabad (November 24, 2017): Pakistan’s share in overall trade of Afghanistan has plummeted to drastic 12pc from 50pc. The current trade volume stands at merely $1.20 billion whereas—a few years back—it was $2.50 billion. Contrary to that Iran’s trade with ...

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Sindh Produces 2,800 Mmcfd gas: Murad

Sindh Produces 2,800 Mmcfd gas: Murad

Karachi (November 24, 2017): Sindh Chief Minister, Syed Murad Ali Shah says the provincial government has drafted a policy that accords priority for supply of natural gas to domestic consumers across the province. He was presiding over a meeting in ...

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Pakistan Sells About 100 Aircraft at Int’l Market

Pakistan Sells About 100 Aircraft at Int’l Market

Islamabad (November 24, 2017): Minister for Defence Production, Rana Tanveer Hussain has said that Pakistan is making progress in defence production. Talking to media, he said about one hundred small aircraft manufactured by Pakistani defence industry have been sold out ...

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Baghdad Cafe Marks 100 Years as Intellectual Hub

Baghdad Cafe Marks 100 Years as Intellectual Hub

Baghdad (November 24, 2017): Seated at tables with glasses of tea in the heart of Baghdad´s bookshop district, the customers of Shabandar cafe have watched 100 years of Iraq´s tumultuous history pass by. Since opening its doors a century ago, ...

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Spectacular 3-Night Light Show Witnessed in HK

Spectacular 3-Night Light Show Witnessed in HK

Hong Kong (November 24, 2017): Audience witnessed a spectacular work of French and Hong Kong artists who will light up at 16 sites on Hong Kong Island and in Kowloon as part of the light festival, the first in the ...

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Chinese Delegation Calls on Sindh Transport Minister

Chinese Delegation Calls on Sindh Transport Minister

Karachi (November 24, 2017): A 30-member Chinese delegation on Thursday met Sindh Minister for Transport Syed Nasir Hussain Shah to discuss the revival of Karachi Circular Railway (KCR) project. As per details issued in a press release, Syed Nasir Hussain ...

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LHC Moves to Prevent Meera From Marrying

LHC Moves to Prevent Meera From Marrying

Lahore (November 24, 2017): Ateequr Rehman, who claims to be the husband of Meera, on Friday filed an application in the Lahore High Court (LHC) to stop the actress from marrying. According to reports, Ateeq-ur-Rehman in his petition stated that ...

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Pakistan Most Vulnerable to Climate Change: Mushahidullah

Pakistan Most Vulnerable to Climate Change: Mushahidullah

Islamabad (November 24, 2017): Minister for Climate Change Mushahidullah Khan has said that Pakistan after successfully phasing out the first generation of Ozone depleting substances is now in the process of phasing out hydro fluorocarbons. This he stated while giving ...

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Industrial Zones Being Established Under CPEC: Mamnoon

Industrial Zones Being Established Under CPEC: Mamnoon

Islamabad (November 24, 2017): President Mamnoon Hussain says the industrial zones being established in the country under China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) will be based on improved infrastructure and the local industrialists will be given equal opportunities in these zones. He ...

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JRL Calls for Shutdown in Occupied Kashmir on Monday

JRL Calls for Shutdown in Occupied Kashmir on Monday

Srinagar (November 24, 2017): In occupied Kashmir, the Joint Resistance Leadership has called for complete shutdown on Monday against the Indian brutalities in Southern districts of the valley and ill-treatment meted out to the detained Kashmiris languishing in different jails. ...

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Govt Taking Steps for Welfare of General Public: Shahbaz

Govt Taking Steps for Welfare of General Public: Shahbaz

Lahore (November 24, 2017): Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has said that the present government has taken practical steps for the welfare of general public instead of raising hallow slogans. He said this while talking to elected representative in ...

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Nawazuddin May Play Villain in Hrithik’s Krrish

Nawazuddin May Play Villain in Hrithik’s Krrish

Web Desk (November 23, 2017): Krrish 4 is going to be one hell of a roller coaster ride, as according to recent reports, Rakesh Roshan’s upcoming action film Krrish 4, part of the Koi… Mil Gaya (2003) superhero series, may feature Nawazuddin Sidiqqui playing the ...

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Indians Prefers Military Rule: Study

Indians Prefers Military Rule: Study

Web Desk (November 23, 2017): The world’s largest democracy is showing an inclination towards military dictatorship rule, an indicator that India’s nationalist politics are evolving, reported foreign media study. At least 53 per cent of Indians support military, Pew Research ...

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