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Tuesday, November 14th, 2017


UK to maintain ‘golden era’ relationship with China: PM


LONDON, (DNA) – Prime Minister Theresa May said here Monday night she is committed to maintaining the “golden era” of Britain’s relationship with China. In a keynote speech to business leaders at the Lord Mayor’s banquet at the Guildhall in the City of London, May spoke of Britain’s post-Brexit role as a global trading nation, noting that the kingdom will continue to increase investment in Asia. May said she did not just see China as a vital trading partner but also as a fellow permanent member of the UN SecurityRead More

Protest lodged with Afghan envoy over cross-border terror attack


ISLAMABAD, (DNA) – Pakistan summoned the Afghan Charge d’Affaires on Tuesday to lodge a strong protest with the Ashraf Ghani government over a cross-border terrorist attack that martyred two military servicemen on Monday. Islamabad urged Kabul to take immediate action against terrorists and militant groups finding sanctuaries in the war-torn country to target Pakistani security forces, said a statement issued by the Foreign Office. Captain Junaid Hafeez and Sepoy Raham embraced martyrdom while four soldiers were injured during yesterday’s exchange of fire with the terrorists using Afghan soil, the army’s media wing, Inter-Services Public RelationsRead More

Pakistan is bound to rise: says COAS

MANGLA, NOV 14: Chief of Army Staff, General Qamar Javed Bajwa, addressing the troops during his visit to Mangla, on Tuesday.=DNA PHOTO

MANGLA, (DNA) – General Qamar Javed Bajwa, Chief of Army Staff (COAS) visited Strike Corps at Mangla. COAS Witnessed ongoing training and addressed officers and troops. While interacting with Mangla Corps troops, COAS appreciated state of high morale and standard of training. He said that despite our commitments on western border and internal security duties we cannot remain oblivious of perpetual conventional threat which demands high standards of training and operational readiness. Talking about challenges being faced by Pakistan, COAS quoting founder of the nation Quaid-e- Azam Muhammad Ali JinnahRead More

Pakistani woman killed in unprovoked Indian firing across LoC


ISLAMABAD, (DNA) – A 75-year-old woman was killed in unprovoked firing by Indian forces along the Line of Control (LoC) on Tuesday. According to the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), the Indian forces targeted Kakuta village in Chirikot sector. Resultantly, a 75-year-old woman identified Mehmooda Begum lost her life in the incident. “Indian bunkers engaged by Pakistani troops,” the ISPR added. The ceasefire violation takes place two days after Indian BSF’s firing injured a 10-year-old boy Umar in Battal Sector of AJK. Earlier on November 10, Prime Minister Shahid KhaqanRead More

PTI to win next General Elections, Imran Khan claims

ISLAMABAD, NOV 14: Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, Imran Khan addressing the audience during a ceremony held to highlight importance of planting trees at convention centre.=DNA PHOTO

ISLAMABAD, (DNA) – Speaking in a ceremony in the capital city, PTI Chairman said that PTI will emerge victorious after the next General Elections and will rule all provinces of Pakistan and it is PTI’s mission to fix the country since most political leaderships prioritize themselves over the country. PTI Chairman stated with confidence that they will not need to inform the next government body about the billion tree tsunami since their own party will emerge victorious. In his address, he asserted that pollution is causing disease epidemic across theRead More

6000 MW to be produced from 14 power plants in Thar


ISLAMABAD – The Senate Standing Committee on Planning, Development and Reforms was informed here on Monday that by 2025, as many as 14 power plants based on Thar Coal would be producing 6000 MW electricity in the country, Senate Standing Committee on Planning, Development and Reforms was informed on Monday. Briefing the committee on Keti Bundar project, Special Secretary energy department of the ministry, Rashid Hussain Qazi informed that four power plants based on Thar Coal would also be constructed at Keti Bundar site for which feasibility study was underRead More