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Death toll in Sri Lanka Easter Sunday blasts climbs to 290

Sri Lanka attack 2019

Coordinated blasts on several churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday have left more than 290 people dead and hundreds more injured in the worst attacks since the island’s civil war ended a decade ago. Sri Lankan police have arrested 24 men in connection with the blasts, officials said on Monday. There was no immediate claim of ... Read More »

Karachi University signs MoU with China’s Foshan University for academic cooperation

Karachi University

The University of Karachi and Foshan University of the People’s Republic of China, signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) at Foshan University, according to a press release issued on Sunday. The Director of the Institute of Sustainable Halophyte Utilisation, University of Karachi, Professor Dr Bilquees Gul on behalf of Karachi University signed the documents while on behalf of Foshan University, Hao Zhifeng inked the MoU. ... Read More »

Thousands of Pakistanis form human image of Christchurch Mosque

Thousands of Pakistanis dressed in white gathered in a stadium in Punjab’s central city of Jhang to create a human image of Christchurch’s Al Noor mosque where a terrorist martyred 50 people, including nine Pakistanis, last month. From the drone images, worshippers can be seen standing in formation, donned in white traditional shalwar kameez with matching prayer caps on an ... Read More »

US CENTCOM Chief meets PM Khan and COAS to discuss regional security

US delegation led by General Kenneth F. Mc Kenzie Jr, Incoming Commander US CENTCOM, called on Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa on April 7

Prime Minister Imran Khan was called on by the incoming commander of the United States Central Command (US CENTCOM), eneral Kenneth F. McKenzie, on Monday to discuss regional security and other matters of mutual interest. During the meeting, the two officials discussed Pak-US relations and the ongoing Afghanistan peace process and other matters of mutual interests. Earlier in the day, ... Read More »

Pakistan Navy Command and Staff Conference held in Islamabad

Pakistan Naval Chief urges field commanders to maintain the highest state of preparedness ISLAMABAD – The Command and Staff Conference of Pakistan Navy concluded at Naval Headquarters, Islamabad. The conference was chaired by Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi. The matters related to operational preparedness, prevailing security situation and developmental plans of Pakistan Navy were reviewed. Chief ... Read More »

Malaysian PM to be guest of honor for Pakistan Day parade

Pakistan Day parade 2019

Malaysian PM Mahathir Mohamad to be Guest of Honor at Pakistan Day Parade Islamabad: As Pakistan is preparing for 23rd March parade, the federal capital is all set to welcome Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir bin Muhammad on the grand occasion. Malaysian Prime Minister will be the guest of honour at the Pakistan Day parade and celebrations on March 23, said ... Read More »

First water recycling prototype inaugurated at car wash station in Islamabad

water recycling Islamabad

First water recycling prototype inaugurated at a car wash station in Islamabad together with the Metropolitan Corporation Islamabad supported by UNDP. Prototype demonstration of recycling water at car wash service stations was held in Islamabad in collaboration with Metropolitan Corporation of Islamabad and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). The water recycling prototype was inaugurated at a car wash station ... Read More »

Half of Pakistanis die from non-communicable diseases

One out of two Pakistanis are at risk of dying from non-communicable diseases like diabetes, cardio-vascular ailments or cancer By Dr. Rezzan Khan In Pakistan, according to the World Health Organization’s (WHO) 2018 data, non-communicable diseases (NCD) now account for 58 percent of total deaths in Pakistan before the age of 70. One out of two Pakistanis are at risk ... Read More »

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