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Kurdish referendum

Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria said that Pakistan fully supports Iraq’s unity, sovereignty and territorial integrity. Pakistan is deeply concerned over the referendum held in the Iraqi Kurdistan region on September, the Foreign Office spokesperson said in response to a query regarding the matter. According to report, Iraqi Kurds backed …

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COAS’s commitment

Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa said that Pakistan was incomplete without Balochistan. He said this while talking to a group of 173 students and faculty members from various educational institutions of Balochistan met the COAS at the Inter-Services Public Relations Directorate. While interacting with the youth, the …

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Dar’s indictment

Finance Minister Ishaq Dar was indicted by the accountability court hearing the Supreme Court-directed corruption reference against him. Dar denied all charges and vowed to prove his innocence in court. The National Accountability Bureau submitted a list of 28 witnesses, which it will now begin to produce in court at …

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ARMED RALLIES IN JAMMU

Armed rallies held on the occasion of birth anniversary of former autocratic ruler Hari Singh in Indian occupied Kashmir’s Jammu province recently have instilled a sense of insecurity and restlessness amongst the minority communities particularly the Muslims who have unfortunately been worst victims of violence, bloodshed and mayhem at the …

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Woman of Substance

Tribute to woman of substance and integrity, Ms Fatima Sughara, who emerged as a symbol of independence, after raising the banner of revolt against British imperialism at a tender age of 14. Sughra, the iconic figure of Pakistan Independence movement passed away on Sunday night at the age of 86. …

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Sushma Swaraj’s diatribe

Pakistan took serious exception to the allegations of terrorism leveled by India’s External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj in her address at the UN General Assembly session in New York, saying that India has been using terrorism as a state policy in the region.Pakistan’s Permanent Representative at UN Maleeha Lodhi while …

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Kashmir in focus

The Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abassi in his maiden address to the UNGA session put across his country’s point of view regarding the most pressing issues affecting the world today. During his 20 minute speech PM Abassi spoke extensively about wide ranging issues that confront the world including, terrorism, xenophobia …

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OIC & Kashmir

Muslim nations during OIC’s Kashmir Contact Group meeting held on the sidelines of the UNGA session in New York came up with a firm support to Kashmiris’ right to self-determination, expressing deep concern over the worsening human rights situation in Indian held territory of Jammu and Kashmir and demanded the …

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Breaking the silence

As world leaders are deadest to discuss the most pressing issues including the genocide of Muslim community and plight of thousands of refugees currently languishing in overcrowded refugee camps in the neighbouring country Bangladesh, the Myanmar’s de facto prime minister Aung San Suu Kyi, in an apparent move to evade …

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