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Opposition, media facing severe repressions in Kyrgyzstan

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By Elnura M. Kadyrova — With the arrest of several political activists and opponents who remained critical to the policies of outgoing Kyrgyzstan President Atambayev, the human rights bodies are expressing repeated concerns that “Kyrgyzstan is becoming a police state.” According to a number of human rights watch bodies there are reports of mass arrests, persecutions, lawsuits against independent journalists ... Read More »

Turkey rebuilds more than 400 war-hit schools in Syria

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ANKARA — During last eight months Turkey has rebuilt more than 400 damaged schools in Syria enabling more than 152,000 children to continue their education. According to Turkish official Anatolia news agency, as part of Operation Euphrates Shield operation, Turkey’s National Education Ministry launched a massive educational campaign for Syrian children and re-build a total of 458 schools in Aleppo’s ... Read More »

Kyrgyzstan’s strange democracy and approach

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By Elnura M. Kadyrova — A new president Sooronbay Jeenbekov was elected in Kyrgyzstan. Officially he will take office on December 1, 2018 having completed the six-year rule of Almazbek Atambayev who is considered the ambiguous leader of this country. Almazbek Atambayev rule will be remembered not by economic or political achievements of Kyrgyzstan, but by extremely odious behavior and ... Read More »

Pakistan summoned British HC over anti-Pakistan slogans in London

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Islamabad has conveyed its ‘serious concerns’ over the display of anti-Pakistan slogans on taxis plying the roads in London. Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua on November 3, 2017 summoned British High Commissioner Thomas Drew to convey the concerns over the slogans seen on display by some cabs in London. The development came after Pakistani social media users spotted the cabs in ... Read More »

Indian troops martyr twenty more Kashmiris in October

Indian forces launch operation in Kashmiri villages

SRI NAGAR —  In occupied Jammu & Kashmir, Indian troops, in their unabated acts of state terrorism, martyred twenty Kashmiris including one in a fake encounter during the last month of October. According to the data issued by the Research Section of Kashmir Media Service, today, these killings rendered one woman widowed and one child orphaned. During the month, two ... Read More »

PAF holds International Seminar on Airpower

PAF Seminar October 19, 2017

Islamabad — A two day International Seminar on Airpower (ISAP) with the theme of “Emerging Trends in Airpower” commenced under the auspices of Pakistan Air Force at Nur Khan Auditorium, Air Headquarters Islamabad on October 19, 2017. Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman, Chief of the Air Staff, Pakistan Air Force attended the opening session of the seminar. Former Air Chiefs ... Read More »

Pakistan Railways to kick off ‘Azadi Train’ on Saturday

Pakistan Railways to kick off ‘Azadi Train’ on Saturday

Special train will begin from Margalla Islamabad Station and will conclude at Karachi Pakistan’s Independence Day preparations are underway across the country. People from all walk of life celebrating Independence Day with patriotic zest. Pakistan Railways has announced “Special Azadi Train” a couple of days before and has finalized schedule of Azadi Train to be run on the occasion of ... Read More »

Turkish development agency provides educational support to orphans

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A Turkish development agency has contributed to the education of 650 orphans in Karachi with a year’s supply of stationery and other educational kits to the students. According to a media note released by the Turkey’s Cooperation and Development Agency (TIKA) the support was provided to the young students in collaboration with the Al-Mustafa Social Aid Organization during a ceremony ... Read More »

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