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Sunday, November 17, 2019
  • ?Rights abuse case studies highlight Kashmir issue?
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    Islamabad :Stories of individuals affected by atrocities touch people the most and these should be used through a powerful narrative to tell the world about gross human rights violations in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK). The Kashmiri diaspora can play a leading role in this initiative, said the participants of a... Read more »
  • Pakistan to establish direct air link with CARs
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    Islamabad :Pakistan will soon establish direct air link with Central Asian republics (CARs). These views were expressed by Federal Minister for Aviation Ghulam Sarwar Khan addressing at the dinner hosted here by Waqar Bakhtawari in honor of the visiting Lord Mayor of Manchester Abid Chohan, says a press release.While appreciating... Read more »
  • PBM team visits Islamic varsity
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    Islamabad : A 45-member delegation of the Officers of Pakistan Bait-ul-Mal (PBM) headed by its Director Kamran Bhutta visited new campus of the International Islamic University (IIU).The delegation had a detailed meeting with the IIU president IIU Dr. Ahmed Yousif Al-Draiweesh, Vice Presidents, faculty members and officers where it was... Read more »
  • 126,363 drivers fined
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    Islamabad :The Islamabad Traffic Police (ITP) has fined 126,363 persons over negligent and careless driving during the ongoing year, a police spokesman said on Saturday.He said that Traffic Police is also endeavouring to maintain exemplary traffic system in the city and check those involved in negligence on roads.He said that... Read more »
  • Clean Green Programme appreciated
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    Islamabad: The custodian of Shrine of Hazrat Bari Imam and President National Peace Committee for interfaith Harmony Peer Syed Ali Gillani appreciated Prime Minister Imran Khan Clean Green Pakistan Programme launched to get rid of global warming and hazards causing from the use of plastic bags, says a press release.He... Read more »
  • Is there anyone to see food price hike?
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    The price levels of almost all the necessary food items have gone higher. The current year has seen the higher prices of all essential commodities. Now we are experiencing the highest record of food inflation in the city’s history.“Consumers like me, belonging to middle income group, face a great deal... Read more »
  • Indian diaspora misrepresent the situation in IHK
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    Islamabad :Jammu and Kashmir Council for Human Rights Dr. Syed Nazir Gilani in a letter to Ian Lavery, Member British Parliament and Chair Labour Party, thanked the Labour party for addressing Kashmir correctly at its conference, says a press release issued here Saturday.“I am writing as a British of Kashmiri... Read more »
  • Turkey praised for supporting Kashmir cause
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    Islamabad : Azad Jammu and Kashmir President Sardar Masood Khan has praised the Turkish government and people for supporting Kashmir cause.He also said while Pakistan and Turkey had strong ties, hearts of the people of the two countries beat together, who had stood together in every test of time.The AJK... Read more »
  • Sexual offender registry on the cards
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    Islamabad :The human rights ministry has planned to develop the registry of sexual offenders and link it to such official records of other countries to keep track of the activities of those involved in sex crimes.Human Rights Minister Shireen Mazari told the National Assembly here that it was unfortunate that... Read more »
  • Lok Mela in full swing
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    Islamabad :The 10-day folk festival, Lok Mela, organised by Lok Virsa at Shakarparian is in full swing.Hundreds of master artisans, folk artists, folk musicians and folk dance groups from every concern of Pakistan are participating in Mela and performing at special pits set up by Lok Virsa.The provincial pavilions put... Read more »