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Pakistan Army Chief Asks India to Resume Dialogue for Peace

Pakistan Army Chief Asks India to Resume Dialogue for Peace

MUZAFFARABAD, NOV 23: Chief of the Army Staff Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa has asked India to adopt the course of dialogue for peace and progress in the region instead of resorting to provocative statements and ceasefire violations. According to the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), Gen Bajwa made the suggestion to…

After 17 years of war, top US commander in Afghanistan admits Taliban cannot be defeated

After 17 years of war, top US commander in Afghanistan admits Taliban cannot be defeated

© Global Look Press / Yaqoub Azorda The Afghanistan war cannot be won militarily and peace will only be achieved through a political resolution with the Taliban, the newly-appointed American general in charge of US and NATO operations has conceded. In his first interview since taking command of NATO’s Resolute Support mission…

“Kashmir Black Day” observed on October 27, marks a “tragic day in the history of South Asia: Imran Khan

“Kashmir Black Day” observed on October 27, marks a “tragic day in the history of South Asia: Imran Khan

ISLAMABAD, OCT 27: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has said his country would not relent in its moral, political and diplomatic support until Kashmiris realize their “legitimate right to self-determination” in accordance with the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) resolutions. He said the “Kashmir Black Day” observed on October 27,…

Irish singer Sinead O’Connor converts to Islam

Irish singer Sinead O’Connor converts to Islam

IRELAND: Irish singer Sinead O’Connor has announced she has converted to Islam. The artist, who is best known for her 1990 hit version of the song “Nothing compares 2 U”, said she has changed her name to Shuhada, reports bbc.com. In a message on Twitter, she thanked fellow Muslims for…

Pak PM condemns killings in Kashmir

Pak PM condemns killings in Kashmir

Srinagar, October 21: Pakistan Prime Minister, Imran Khan on Monday condemned the killings in Kashmir, saying that India must move to resolve the Kashmir issue through dialogue.  Khan in his tweet said India must resolve the issue in accordance with UNSC resolutions and also according to the wishes of Kashmiris. “Strongly…

Global internet shutdown likely over next 48 hrs

Global internet shutdown likely over next 48 hrs

New Delhi, Oct 12: Internet users across the globe may experience widespread network failures as the key domain servers are slated to undergo routine maintenance over the next 48 hours.   Russia Today reported that global internet users might experience network connection failures as the main domain servers and its…

UNESCO declares Islam as the most peaceful religion of the world

UNESCO declares Islam as the most peaceful religion of the world

PARIS, SEP 23: In a major development that should silence critics of Islam who have been blaming it for terrorism, UNESCO has declared that Islam is the most peaceful religion of the world. The United Nations body released a statement earlier today that revealed that UNESCO had partnered with International Peace…

Pakistan believes in peace, says ISPR Chief

Pakistan believes in peace, says ISPR Chief

Rawalpindi [ Pakistan ], Sep 23: Pakistan on Saturday said that it believes in peace and co-existence, soon after India’s Chief of Army Staff General Bipin Rawat ‘s warned Pakistan that its actions will be retaliated in a similar manner.”We are on positive trajectory of peace and stability after having…

Imran Khan says disppointed by negative response to dialogue by India

Imran Khan says disppointed by negative response to dialogue by India

Srinagar September 22: Expressing disappointment over the Delhi’s decesion of calling of foreign minister level talks, Pakistan Prime minister Imran Khan wrote a sarcastic tweet saying, “Disappointed at the arrogant & negative response by India to my call for resumption of the peace dialogue. “ “However, all my life I have…

Imran Khan govt auctions fleet of luxury cars as part of austerity drive

Imran Khan govt auctions fleet of luxury cars as part of austerity drive

Islamabad, Sep 17 The cash-strapped Pakistan government on Monday sold 34 cars as part of an auction of 102 luxury vehicles, including some bullet-proof ones, as part of Prime Minister Imran Khan’s austerity drive. Apart from luxury cars, the government, facing huge debts and liabilities, plans to auction eight buffaloes kept…

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