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Sunday, September 23rd, 2018


Indo-Pak relations should be based on equality: Abbasi

Islamabad : Pakistan's premier-designate Shahid Khaqan Abbasi leaves after meeting with politicians in Parliament house in Islamabad, Pakistan, Monday, July 31, 2017. Pakistan's parliament will meet Tuesday to elect a new prime minister after the disqualification of three-term prime minister Nawaz Sharif. Sharif's Pakistan Muslim League party nominated Sharif's longtime loyalist Abbasi for the top slot on Saturday. AP/PTI(AP8_1_2017_000184B)

ISLAMABAD, SEP 23 (DNA): Former Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi Sunday said that the relations between India and Pakistan should be based on equality. The former prime minister condemned the strategies of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government, regarding resumption of talks between two neighbouring countries to maintain peace in the region. In a statement, Shahid Khaqan Abasi said that when Nawaz Sharif was Prime Minister, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Pakistan himself. But PTI government couldn’t maintain the status, he added. It is pertinent here to mention that on SeptemberRead More

Don’t hurl threats at Pakistan, PM Imran warns India


LAHORE, (DNA) – Prime Minister Imran Khan—on Sunday—warned Indian civilian and military brass against hurling threats at Pakistan. Khan was addressing ceremony here in Lahore today. Responding to reckless statements of Indian Army Chief Gen Bipin, Khan reiterated that Pakistan’s desire for peace should not be construed for weakness. “We will not take pressure of anyone. Indian govt should drop its arrogant attitude. Normalizing of ties is in greater interest of both nations”, Khan was quoted as saying. Khan added poverty would be eliminated from Indo-Pak subcontinent if ties betweenRead More

Pakistan observes first ever UN international day of sign languages


ISLAMABAD, SEP 23 (DNA): First ever UN international day of sign languages was observed. It will followed by International Week of DEAF till 30th September 2018. DEAF week was celebrated as last week of September since long but International deaf sign language IDSL is announced for the very first time. DEAF round the globe are happy on this achievement to set further goals of right based life opportunities with dignity. Round the world DEAF love to be identified as DEAF but unfortunately in  Pakistan particularly at capital Islamabad we stillRead More

Former PM Raja Pervez Ashraf’s car crushes constable to death


MURREE, SEP 23 (DNA): A police constable on Sunday succumbed to injuries sustained in a collision with vehicle owned by former prime minister Raja Pervez Ashraf. As per details garnered, Ashraf wasn’t sitting in the vehicle at time when the hapless incident occurred. Police arrested the driver whereas case of the incident has been lodged. The deceased has been identified as Zeeshan. The funeral of the late constable has been offered in his native village. A resident of Murree’s Jhika Gali, the deceased officer Zeeshan Abbasi was en route fromRead More

Govt to introduce reforms in communication sector: Murad

ISLAMABAD, SEPT 23: Minister of State for Communication, Murad Saeed addressing a press conference.=DNA PHOTO

ISLAMABAD, SEP 23 (DNA): Minister of State for Communications Murad Saeed has said PTI government will introduce reforms in the communication sector besides eradicating corruption. Addressing a news conference in Islamabad on Sunday afternoon, he said six projects are being sent for third party audit while thirty four other completed projects will be scrutinized. He said e-billing will be introduced to curb the corruption culture.He said trees will be planted along motorways and highway as per Green Pakistan vision of the Prime Minister.=DNA ================

Malik departs as Bumrah lifts India in depth overs


ABU DHABI, (DNA) – Captain Sarfraz Ahmed was sent to the pavilion after scoring 50 runs as Pakistan reached 168 with 12 overs remanining against India in the third match of Asia Cup Super Four stage. Pakistan were slowly regaining their ground Sunday after losing their top order to India in the third match of Asia Cup Super Four stage. Imamul Haq (10), Fakhar Zaman (31) and Babar Azam (9) were dismissed in the first 15 overs of the match. Imam and Zaman managed to hit two boundaries each. Pakistan wereRead More