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Tesla nears agreement to start vehicles production in China


City of Shanghai agreed to allow Tesla to build facilities in its Lingang development zone Tesla Inc. American automaker and solar panel manufacturer is prepared to sign its first ever agreement for vehicles production in China. Bloomberg broke the story about some early details on the agreement. Tesla arrival in China will give electric-car maker better access to the world’s largest ... Read More »

UK Elections: List of 12 Pakistanis who made it to British Parliament

UK Elections:

In General Election 2015, only nine British-Pakistani candidates were elected Pakistani community living in UK showed a remarkable sign of unity in United Kingdom’s general election 2017. At least one dozen Pakistani & Kashmiri origin candidates have been elected for members of British Parliament. According to the media reports, Over 40 men and women candidates of Pakistani and Kashmiri origin contested ... Read More »

Turkey’s Erdogan aims for diplomatic push to solve Qatar crisis

Erdogan claims victory in Turkey referendum, opponents plan to challenge

“We clearly disapprove of the sanctions on Qatar” Turkish President Erdogan said As the world reacts over the recent move four Arab states dramatically announced that they were cutting transport links with Qatar, Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan wants to resolve the lowering Qatar tension dispute through diplomacy and mutual dialogues. Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan has spoken by phone with the ... Read More »

China launches world’s first trackless train

China launches world's first trackless train

China unveils train that runs on a virtual track using sensor technology instead of metal rails A Chinese railcar-manufacturer has unveiled the world’s first Autonomous Rail Transit System (ART). The track-less train runs on virtual rails in a bid to speed up public transportation in major cities. The Autonomous Rail Rapid Transit was improved and designed by the research arm ... Read More »

Suicide bomb killed at least 80 in Kabul’s diplomatic zone

Suicide bomb killed at least 80 in Kabul’s diplomatic zone

Indian Foreign Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj in Kabul remained safe A powerful car bomb exploded in diplomatic area Afghanistan’s capital city killed at least 80 people and more than 350 were wounded. The bomb went off at about 08:25 local time during rush hour at the diplomatic neighborhood. The blast burned out more than 50 vehicles along with demolishing surrounding ... Read More »

Pakistan plans to appoint ad hoc judge for next ICJ hearing

International Court of Justice

Pakistan’s Attorney-General Ashtar Ausaf will lead a team to the International Court of Justice Pakistan government has decided to hire its ad hoc judge at the next hearing of Jadhav case in International Court of Justice (ICJ) at The Hague, Netherlands. United Nations’ court of Justice is hearing Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav punishment dispute between Pakistan and India. Pakistan’s military ... Read More »

These countries fast longest in Ramadan 2017

Muslims mark beginning of Ramadan 2016

Fasting will be the longest in Greenland and Sweden, and shortest in Chile and Australia. Muslims across the world including Pakistan have entered into the most respected and celebrated Islamic month of Ramazan. The commencement of Ramazan is determined by the lunar cycle every year and its timing shifts in relation to the Western calendar worldwide each year. For the ... Read More »

Nawaz, Modi can break the ice in Astana at SCO Summit 2017

Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi

SCO Summit 2017 in Astana provides an opportunity for Pakistan-India talks Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will have an excellent opportunity next month to break the ice and ease tensions that have been on the rise between the two countries. Both countries are currently locked in a dispute over the death sentence handed over ... Read More »

Dutch King has secretly been an airline Pilot for 21 years

This handout photo taken on May 16, 2017 and provided by the KLM Royal Dutch Airlines on May 17, 2017 shows Dutch King Willem-Alexander posing in front of a KLM Cityhopper aircraft at Schiphol Airport, near Amsterdam. Dutch King Willem-Alexander, who works part-time as a commercial pilot, is to start conversion training to fly Boeing 737 passenger jets, a Dutch newspaper reported on May 17. The conversion training will mean the royal can continue to fly twice a month for KLM as a co-pilot. / AFP PHOTO / KLM / Natascha Libbert / - Netherlands OUT / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / KLM" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS == NO ARCHIVE NATASCHA LIBBERT/AFP/Getty Images

Dutch king reveals he’s been leading secret double life as a pilot The King of the Netherlands has a secret identity: For the past 21 years, King Willem-Alexander has secretly been a commercial airline pilot. King Willem-Alexander has spent 21 years as a co-pilot for KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, working in the cockpit twice a month — even after he ... Read More »

Floods ravage Quebec, thousands forced to evacuate in Canada

Three persons including man with his child swept away into the floodwater The devastating flood in the Canadian province of Quebec has forced nearly 1,900 people to evacuate their homes in 126 municipalities. The province is suffering from its highest floodwaters in decades. Provincial authorities in Quebec declares state emergency as historic level of flooding forces thousands to evacuate their ... Read More »

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