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CPEC not responsible for Pakistan’s economic woes, says China

  Worried over the ‘anti-CPEC’ campaign in Pakistan, China says the all-important international connectivity project is not to be blamed for the ongoing economic crisis in Islamabad. “Loan repayments for the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) projects will start in the financial year 2023-24 when economic growth rate of Pakistan will be much higher than present (and then country will be in a better position to bear the financial liabilities),” Prof Sun Hongqi told a conference on CPEC here on Monday. Prof Sun - who is adviser to the President on Pakistan Affairs - sought ...
  11 hours ago

Will Pakistan be blacklisted?

If Pakistan was serious about getting out of the FATF’s Grey List, the head of Financial Monitoring Unit (FMU) — the institutional lynchpin of the country’s anti-money ...
  8 hours ago

Attack on Shia Women Gathering and Silence of Civil Society

  Recently many majalis held within the four walls of homes have been raided by the police. They beat up the mourners, vandalised the furniture and other paraphernalia, ...
  2 days ago

Will Imran Khan bring much-promised change

  Old habits die hard’ is an age old saying. Adult changes are almost impossible as it involves a lot of unlearning. If Kaptaan is able to deliver new trends with ...
  2 days ago

Did IMF refuse to give bail out package to Pakistan?

  Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday said that Pakistan may not have to approach the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for loans. Talking to a delegation of ...
  5 days ago

Is PML-N , JUI-F and PPP alliance ready to throw PTI govt out?

  Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) spokesperson Marriyam Aurangzeb has said the incumbent government consists of inexperienced and incapable people. “A government that causes damage to the country is not right,” she said while talking to reporters outside the accountability court on Monday. “Asif Zardari has spoken about the government’s incapability which is being agreed upon by the government’s allies as well,” she said, adding that the PML-N would consult among themselves and with the opposition before reaching any decision on the PPP co-chairman’s call to unite ...
  8 hours ago

All Shia parties stage sit-in in Lahore to protest against attacks on azadari

  All Shia Islamic religious parties have agreed on united protest against attacks and uncalled for restrictions on azadari (sacred mourning in commemoration of Martyrs of Karbala) in Punjab province, in particular.   They will stage sit-in at Faisal Chowk ...
  5 hours ago

Baltistan Shia Islamic scholars take out rally for legitimate rights

  Shia Islamic scholars led by Islami Tehreek Pakistan leader Agha Syed Abbas Rizvi staged a rally that culminated at the Commissioner Office in Skardu where they presented memorandum of protest and demands to the Commissioner.   They made it clear that Shia ...
  1 days ago

HEC director resigns amid plagiarism charges

  Executive Director of the Higher Education Commission Dr Arshad Ali has resigned from his position, reportedly out of fear of his looming sacking. A brief statement released by the HEC spokesperson said Dr Arshad resigned to save the commission’s goodwill from ...
  1 days ago

MBS guard transported part of Khashoggi's body to Saudi Arabia: Report

  Turkish authorities believe that one of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS)'s bodyguards transferred part of journalist Jamal Khashoggi's body to Riyadh, sources say. Maher Abdulaziz Mutrib, an intelligence officer who accompanied MBS on trips abroad, is thought to have carried the body parts in a large bag and left Turkey on a private jet that departed at 18:20 local time on October 2, the day of Khashoggi's death, the sources told Middle East Eye. Mutrib was identified as one of the 15-member Saudi team that is believed to have been involved in the killing of the Saudi journalist. His ...
  11 hours ago

Would Turkey make a deal on Khashoggi or reveal the naked truth?

  Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is expected on Tuesday to reveal what he has said is the “naked truth” about the murder of Jamal Khashoggi at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul — a killing Ankara has said was “savagely planned”. His speech comes ...
  5 hours ago

Rethinking the education paradigm

  In matters of State and politics, the ‘urgent’ has an uncanny ability to crowd out the ‘important’. Stuck in the urgency of a 24-hour news cycle, based primarily on the sensationalism of partisan bickering, we often tend to lose sight of the important ...
  10 minutes ago

Riyadh admits it can’t compensate for Iranian oil

  Saudi energy minister says his country would not be able to compensate for possible oil disappearance from global markets once the US re-imposes its sanctions against Iran. Speaking in a Monday interview with Russian news agency TASS, Khalid al-Falih said Saudi ...
  14 hours ago

Missing Saudi journalist killed at consulate in Turkey: Sources

  Authorities in Turkey have indicated that Jamal Khashoggi, a prominent Saudi journalist known for his criticism of then kingdom, could have been killed at Saudi Arabia’s consulate in Istanbul where went missing in on Tuesday. Two Turkish sources said on Saturday that they believed that Khashoggi was killed inside the consulate. One source told the Reuters news agency that elements in the Saudi consulate had planned Khashoggi’s murder in the facility and when they killed the journalist, they moved the body outside. “The initial assessment of the Turkish police is that Mr. Khashoggi ...
  17 days ago

Human trafficking, the most recent American reports against Iran

We reject this spiteful, biased, and political report that, using unreliable sources and information, has made groundless and unrealistic accusations of human trafficking against some countries, including the Islamic Republic of Iran,” Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram ...
  4 months ago

Iran to kick off new centrifuge production Wed. in Natanz

Ali Akbar Salehi, the Head of Iran's Atomic Energy Organization, said on Tuesday that Iran will start manufacturing new centrifuges in Natanz on 6 June, following the Leader's directives. “We cannot abide by the JCPOA and at the same time bear the brunt of US sanctions,” ...
  5 months ago

IRNA : The future of Chabahar Port

India is central to this port project as it remains keen on opening a trade route to Afghanistan and Central Asia, as part of an agreement signed between India and Iran in May 2016. India is to equip and operate two berths in Chabahar Port Phase-I with a capital investment ...
  9 months ago

Nestle:Corporate Yazeed and modern day: Amr Bin Saad

Google launches new search experience for job seekers in Pakistan

Video exposed Sex relations between Saudi Royal family and Israeli officers

“I was not in Israel”, Jemima Goldsmith to Ghinwa Bhutto

Beheading increases 70% in Saudi Arabia

Happilac Paints Launches Wipeout Illiteracy Campaign for the Underprivileged

One person displaced in every two seconds in 2017: UNHCR

A surprise visit: Netanyahu meets Jordan's King Abdullah II

Kabul library bus drives Afghan children to read

Battling depression in educational institutes

What is up the sleeve of military establishment? – by Peja Mistry

Dear “anti establishment” Patwaris, mran Khan’s Jalsa in Lahore was massive

India to buy Israeli anti-tank missiles

Emirati prince approaches rival Qataris, seeks political asylum: Report

US closely monitoring Iranian forces in Persian Gulf: Navy chief

Ex-CIA chief blasts Trump as hypocrite

'World War 3' Google Searches Spike After Syria Strike

US Choppers Caught Evacuating ISIS Terrorists according to Syrian news agency

Philippines may become ISIS' next caliphate

Israeli prime minister Netanyahu rushed to hospital

US charges 9 Iranians of hacking universities, businesses

China’s Silk Road fires up Iran’s rail revolution

Saudi Arabia beheads Indonesian migrant worker

Israel owns and operates foreign policy of US: Journalist

‘US to open talks with Saudis on lucrative nuclear deal’

Israeli Police to Recommend Indicting Netanyahu

' Bahraini Royal visits Israel, Due in knesset

Hezbollah vows to defend Lebanon’s oil, gas against Israel

UK goes crazy, says Russia is planning mass murder

Peace proposal by US, Saudi Arabia ‘not even worth the ink’: Syria

UAE paid US firm to spread negative information about Qatar – NBC News

North Korean logistical delegation arrives in Seoul

US new strategy seeks to create complex situation for Iran: Defense minister

US ‘policy of Armageddon’ means nuclear attack even against non-nuclear states

Anti-Trump demonstrators march in Swiss capital

Yemen's Displaced Families Escape Death from Saudi War to Makeshift Camps

Protests hit Tunisia for 3rd night as PM warns of clampdown

Israeli regime can’t help terrorists in Syria with attacks: Damascus

Audio leaked of Netanyahu’s son bragging about dad’s shady gas deal outside strip club

Israel PM wants UNRWA closed amid US aid cut threat

US freezes $125 million in funding to Palestinian refugees: Report

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