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Saturday, November 9th, 2019

 

Pakistan dismayed over Indian apex court verdict on Babri Mosque

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ISLAMABAD, NOV 9 (DNA) Pakistan on Saturday expressed dismay over the verdict of Indian Supreme Court saying the decision has, once again, failed to uphold the demands of justice.   As the United Nations recently noted that Indian Supreme Court’s response to human rights petitions in the context of Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir was slow, this decision points out that when it acts, it is unable to protect the interests of India’s minorities.   The Foreign Office spokesman said this decision has shredded the veneer of so-called secularism ofRead More


PAKISTAN NAVY ASSUMES GUARD DUTIES AT MAUSOLEUM OF ALLAMA MUHAMMAD IQBAL

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Islamabad, 09  Nov 19:           Animpressive Change of Guards Ceremony was held at Mausoleum of Dr. Allama Muhammad Iqbal as the entire nation celebrated 142nd birth anniversary of National Poet, who envisioned a separate homeland for Muslims of British India. A smartly turned out contingent of Pakistan Navy clad in immaculate whites, assumed ceremonial guard duties with traditional spirit and enthusiasm. Contingents of Pakistan Navy and Pakistan Rangers formed up outside the Mazar and took positions alongside where both the outgoing and incoming guards were inspected by Station Commander (Navy) Lahore,Read More


PM formally opened historic Kartarpur Corridor

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rime Minister Imran Khan has formally opened historic Kartarpur Corridor to facilitate entry of Sikh pilgrims from India into Gurdwara Darbar Sahib at Kartarpur in Narowal district of Pakistan. Thousands of Sikhs from different parts of the world including India attended the ceremony. Earlier, the Prime Minister visited different sections of Gurdawara Darbar Sahib and he was briefed about its renovation. This has now become the world’s largest Sikh Gurdawara. On arrival at Gurdwara Darbar Sahib, the Prime Minister shook hand with former Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and exchangedRead More


Kartarpur Corridor will significantly improve Pakistan, India ties: Manmohan Singh

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Manmohan Singh to Darbar Sahab Kartarpur venue. DNA

  KARTARPUR – India’s former prime minister Manmohan Singh has on Saturday said that the opening of Kartarpur Corridor will significantly improve bilateral ties between Pakistan and India, Dunya News reported. Manmohan Singh and Indian Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh arrived at Gurdwara Darbar Sahib Kartarpur with a Sikh delegation as gates of the passage at zero point were opened today. Pakistani officials welcomed the Sikh pilgrims. Manmohan Singh termed it as a “big moment.” Amarinder Singh said the Sikh community has been waiting for a free passage for 70Read More


Kartarpur Corridor: Sunny Deol spotted with Usman Buzdar

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KARTARPUR (– Indian actor and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Sunny Deol was on Saturday spotted sitting beside Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar during the inauguration ceremony of the Kartarpur Corridor. Sunny Deol, who is also a Member of Indian parliament, was earlier quoted as saying by the ANI, “If I won’t go [to Kartarpur], who will? I’ll definitely go. It is my area and my home.” On the other hand, Usman Buzdar said in a statement that Kartarpur is a passage of peace and a historic step takenRead More


Signs of improvement start to appear in PIA: CEO Arshad Malik

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  KARACHI (DNA) – Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Pakistan International Airline (PIA) Air Marshal Arshad Malik in a video message said that the efforts for improvement had started yielding results in the PIA in just one year’s time despite of challenges ahead. He said that PIA’s revenue during past six months had increased bymore than 40 percent; seat factor also improved and was now between 80 to 84 percent which was considered a good performance indicator in the aviation industry, said a statement issued by PIA here. The cargo spaceRead More