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Sunday, April 14th, 2019


Govt repeating container allegations: Maryam Aurangzeb


LAHORE, (DNA) – Spokes person of PML-N Maryam Aurangzeb while responding to earlier press conference of Information Minister Fawad Chaudhary said why they are not taking action if they have proves. Maryam said that government was repeating same allegation made on container, adding that people can’t be fooled by such narrative. Maryam expressed that Fawad Ch must inform nation about PTI funding case, Jahangir Tareen ‘s case and Aleema Khan’s benami assets. Earlier, the spox of PML-N said that government had no answers to the questions of Muftah Ismail andRead More

Need to review narrative about our country in India: Pakistan envoy


ISLAMABAD, (DNA) – Pakistan’s outgoing High Commissioner Sohail Mahmood on Sunday said the Imran Khan-led government was hoping for a “re-engagement” with New Delhi after the Lok Sabha elections. “We hope for re-engagement after the elections in India. Diplomacy and dialogue are indispensable,” Mahmood, who has been appointed as Pakistan’s next Foreign Secretary, said in an interview with an Indian newspaper. At a time when ties between the two countries are at an all-time low, Mahmood said dialogue between India and Pakistan was the only option to understand mutual concernsRead More

I have not met Hamza, nor do I want to: Moonis Elahi


LAHORE (DNA) – Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid (PML-Q) leader Chaudhry Monis Elahi on Sunday said that neither he met Leader of Opposition in Punjab Assembly Hamza Shahbaz nor he want to meet him. Moonis Elahi took to the twitter and denied a news published by a newspaper of his meeting PML-N leader Hamza Shahbaz. The PML-Q leader said, “As far as my father is concerned, he isn’t interested in becoming Punjab Chief Minister and we out rightly support Prime Minister Imran Khan choice Sardar Usman Buzdar.”

Finland goes to polls as leftists tipped for next government


HELSINKI:  (DNA) – Finns voted on Sunday in a general election in which widespread public dissatisfaction with recent spending cuts looked likely to propel the opposition Social Democratic Party back to government for the first time in 16 years. The left-wing party leads Finland´s two main opinion polls with about 19 percent of the vote, having campaigned against the austerity policies of Centre Party Prime Minister Juha Sipila and his Finance Minister Petteri Orpo — leader of the conservative National Coalition Party. But the far-right Finns Party, led by hardlineRead More

Election bazaar held at the Indonesia embassy

ISLAMABAD, APR 14: Ambassador of Indonesia and his wife inaugurating election bazaar event at the Indonesian embassy. DNA PHOTO

ISLAMABAD, APR 14 (DNA) –The embassy of Indonesia held an election bazaar at the embassy premises to facilitate people to take part in voting. Indonesian citizens from Islamabad, Lahore and Rawalpindi who came to the embassy premises organized various Indonesian food and drinks. In the Election Day Indonesian community performed its political right. In addition the event also provided them with an opportunity of meeting with one another and exchange views. The embassy on the occasion als0 facilitated cultural shows and performances in which the Indonesian community took an activeRead More

Diplomats take part in tree plantation drive arranged by Yaldram company

ISLAMABAD, APR 14: Diplomats from various countries posing fora group picture after
planting saplings at Yaldram Shooting Range Pir Sohawa. DNA PHOTO

  FARUKH SHEHZAD   ISLAMABAD, APR 14 (DNA) – Diplomats of various countries visited Yaldram shooting range in Pir Sohawa in order to take part in plantation drive. The diplomats planted saplings as part of government of Pakistan’s initiative to plant more and more trees.   Col Naveed Khan CEO of Yaldram security arranged the function.   The diplomats on the occasion really appreciated Imran Khan’s tourism policy. They said that Pakistan is the world’s best tourism point.   The diplomats said that due to the promotion of tourism theRead More