Friday , January 19 2018


National News

David Hale summoned to protest after Trump’s twitter tirade

Islamabad: The Foreign Office also summoned US Ambassador David Hale to convey Pakistan’s strong rejection of President Trump’s Monday’s tweet he threatened to cut off Pakistan’s aid over what he claimed its “lies and deceit” in offering “safe haven to terrorists.” “The United States has foolishly given Pakistan more than …

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PM calls cabinet meeting to discuss Trump’s accusations

Islamabad: The Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has summoned the emergency federal cabinet meeting today (Tuesday) to evolve the the strategy in wake of US president Donald Trump’s latest statement , in which he leveled unfounded allegations on Pakistan. While the National Security Committee (NSC) will meet on Wednesday. The …

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Overall security improves but Suicide Bombings increased: PICSS annual report

Islamabad: An Islamabad based think tank Pakistan Institute for Conflict and Security Studies(PICSS) has released its annual security report, according to report Unlike previous two years, the year 2017 could not saw a significant reduction in anti-State violence. Instead, the year saw more suicide attacks than previous two years. The …

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New year celebrations indicative of our resolve as a nation: ISPR

Islamabad: As the revellers switched into party mode to welcome 2018 across the country, while extending the new-year greetings, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Director General Major General Asif Ghafoor in his message said that the jubilations and celebrations “we witness tonight are indicative of our achievements and resolve as a …

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Eight, including LEAs personnel, injured in successive bomb blasts in Chaman

Islamabad:Around eight people, including police and Levies officials, were injured on Monday morning in back to back bomb blasts on Chaman’s Mall Road. According to the police, the first blast occurred near the office of the Special Branch on Mall Road in which one person was injured. In the second …

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