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Imran Khan achieved nothing except 19,000 bags of rice in charity from Saudi Arabia, Bilawal

Chairman Pakistan People's Party Bilawal Bhutto Zardari says that Prime Minister Imran Khan’s visit to Saudi Arabia was “a failure”. He urged the premier to have mercy on the...

Pakistan to be removed from FATF grey list soon: FM Shah Mehmood

Pakistan has been on the FATF’s ‘grey list’ for deficiencies in its counter-terror financing and anti-money laundering regimes since 2018. The Foreign Minister now belies that the country is likely to be removed from the grey list.

PTV enters the 21st century; goes live on YouTube

Minister for Information, Fawad Chauhdry said that HD transmission will start in June. He also added that Radio and TV revamping underway.

PMLN takes U-turn on going abroad on health grounds

On Saturday, Shehbaz Sharif, former Chief Minister of Punjab and leader of the opposition in Pakistan’s National Assembly was offloaded from a plane bound for the United Kingdom. Federal...

Embarrassment in London: How reliable is Indian Covid Testing?

Indian delegation created embarrassment for both India and UK when two members of Foreign Minister’s delegation tested positive.

No peace talks with India until it revokes Art. 370, PM Khan

Prime Minister Imran Khan is addressing a live broadcast session to respond to the questions of the public.

How is the western media presenting Israel’s crimes against humanity?

At least 24 Palestinians killed in Gaza, most of them in Israeli strikes overnight, with over 700 wounded in raids by Israeli occupation forces in Jerusalem and across the occupied West Bank since the start of the recent unrest.

CIA’s fake vaccination drive to capture Osama Bin Laden fueling vaccine hesitancy in Pakistan?

One of the conspiracy theories is based upon the recent fake vaccination drive which helped the American spy agency to locate and targeted Osama bin Laden.

18 professors of Aligarh Muslim University die of COVID-19 in 20 days

According to media reports, 18 professors of Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) died of COVID-19 in the last 20 days. Shadaab Khan, a 58-year-old doctor and head of the medicine...

India’s uranium seizure raises serious questions as FATF & IAEA remain tight-lipped

The seizure of seven kilograms of natural uranium by Indian Police has raised eyebrows across the world with analysts asking the nuclear watchdog, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), to...

Saudi Arabia to release 1,100 prisoners, reveals Interior Minister

Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid has said 1,100 prisoners in Saudi Arabia jails will return to Pakistan soon after agreements were reached with Saudi Arabia during Prime Minister Imran Khan's visit to the Kingdom over the weekend.

Is COVID-19 situation worsening in Pakistan?

The National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) has reviewed the countrywide situation on coronavirus and expressed its concern over the violation of the government's mandated standard operating procedures (SOPs)...

Indo-Pak Intel Officials’ Backchannel Talks: A Case for Cautious Optimism

The ceasefire agreement, reached between the Directors General of Military Operations of Pakistan and India late February along the Line of Control (LoC), caught almost everyone by surprise as...

Coronavirus danger is higher than ever, warns Asad Umar

Planning and Development Minister Asad Umar on Saturday has called for unity in response to the third wave of coronavirus, warning that the "danger is higher than ever".

Shehbaz Sharif to leave for London: NRO given to PML-N?

Shehbaz Sharif is likely to leave for London on medical grounds. There is a strong perception that the NRO has been given to the former ruling party despite strong opposition from Prime Minister Imran Khan. Is it true?

Large Scale Manufacturing surges 22.39pc in March

It is worth mentioning that the constant upward trend in August 2020 saw a turnaround in January 2021, after which the industry declined in February and March 2021.

Schools to ensure 20% cut in monthly tuition fee as IHC dismisses petition

The Islamabad High Court (IHC) dismissed a petition filed by the Private Schools Association challenging a notification regarding a 20 percent cut in monthly tuition fees. A single bench comprising...

Special courts established to conclude rape cases in 120 days

The law ministry has finalized a summary for the establishment of special courts that would conclude the trial of the accused in rape cases in 120 days. The ministry has...

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What Can Pakistan Learn from the Chinese Miracle

The author discusses how in seventy years the People's Republic of China moved to the center of the world stage, became the world's largest economy (by purchasing power parity rating) in 2014 and what lessons does this hold for Pakistan given it was at the same level of development as China in 1949.