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Saima Saleem hits back at India, makes Pakistan proud

In hard-hitting statements, Saima Saleem, Pakistan's delegate at UNGA, responded to Indian diplomat’s allegations against Pakistan in a befitting manner. She debased all claims by highlighting India’s involvement in 4 different types of terrorism.

Pakistan wants envoy of old Afghan govt. to leave UN?

The NY Times reported FM Qureshi said that the UN ambassador from Afghanistan’s toppled government had no standing. In this regard, FM Qureshi said Mr. Isaczai’s right to represent Afghanistan at the UN was not defensible because his government collapsed.

UNGA: PM Khan rallies world to support Taliban govt.

The Taliban made many promises about how they would ensure human rights and prevent terrorists from waging attacks from Afghanistan. As a result, PM Khan urged UNGA leaders to incentivize the Taliban to “walk this talk.” With this happening, it will be a win-win situation for everyone.

Taliban and US can be peace partners: PM Khan’s interview to Newsweek

PM khan while giving an interview to Newsweek said that Taliban, US and Pakistan collaboration can bring lasting regional peace as the spillover of militancy from Afghanistan is a looming threat for Pakistan and region as a whole.

TREK: Nestlé committed to clean & sustainable tourism in Swat

Nestlé Pakistan, in collaboration with the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government’s Tourism Department, conducted extensive training on waste management and sustainable tourism in Swat as part of TREK’s community engagement initiatives.

Lt Gen Ishfaq: The man behind Operation Zarb-e-Azb passes away

As per reports, Lt Gen Ishfaq Nadeem passed away due to a sudden heart attack. Owing to his military accolades, Lt Gen Ishfaq was set to become the next Chief of Army Staff, however, Nawaz Sharif, who was PM at the time, opted for Qamar Javed Bajwa.

Modi orders against Muslims exposed in horrific video of Assam

The gut-wrenching video of a man in Assam being ruthlessly beaten by Indian forces has sparked outrage on social media platforms. Such an incident once again highlighted how Muslims in India are treated both by civilians and government authorities.

HBL extends free ATM network for Finja Debit Card customers

With a vision of becoming a ‘Technology Company with a Banking License’, HBL will now provide free ATM services to Finja Debit Cardholders who will then have free access to HBL’s extensive network of over 2,100 ATMs, the largest in the country.

Miracle as Nawaz Sharif gets Covid jab in Lahore

As per the fake entry, Nawaz Sharif, who is currently in London, got his first shot of the COVID-19 vaccine Sinovac at 4:03 pm Wednesday. While the news may seem downright preposterous, it highlights an important problem within the system.

Maryam Nawaz labels PM Khan a “certified thief”

When asked about the recent Toshakhana case and high petrol prices in Pakistan, PML-N leader Maryam Nawaz had strong words for PM Imran Khan. Calling him "Pakistan's certified thief," Maryam Nawaz said he will be held accountable for his theft.

Medical students rally to protest against MDCAT

Medical students stage a country-wide protest against PMC and MDCAT. The protestors were of the view that PMC was conducting the MDCAT exam on various dates across the country. According to them, such a practice is an act of injustice.

HBL proud to support the Pakistan Pavilion at Dubai Expo 2020!

As Pakistan’s leading bank, HBL is proud to be associated with the Pakistan Pavilion at Dubai Expo 2020. The Pakistan Pavilion, under the theme “The Hidden Treasure,” will showcase the country’s vast opportunities in tourism, commerce, and investment.

List of SAPMs who resigned from PTI government

The recent SAPM to call it quits on the PTI government was Tabish Gauhar, who resigned twice. After his resignation, it is pertinent to look at the complete list of SAPMs who left the PTI government, either voluntarily or involuntarily.

CJP frustrated with Sindh govt’s incompetence

CJP lamented that the Sindh government turned Karachi into a city of garbage. Moreover, a little rain has the potential to drown the whole city with nullahs over-flowing. He called upon the provincial government to set aside political differences and work for the people’s welfare. 

PM Khan thinks Afghan women are very strong

Despite the crackdown in Afghanistan, PM Khan has high hopes and thinks, within time, Afghan women will assert their rights as they are very strong women. He also believed that girls would soon be able to attend schools.

US-China to avoid Cold War, UN Chief urges “mend dysfunctional” ties

UN chief urges US-China to avoid Cold War and mend "dysfunctional" ties as their cooperation is essential in a world that is marred by climate climate, still raging pandemic, Afghan conundrum and rising inequality.

FM Qureshi says Taliban’s recognition can wait, no rush

FM Qureshi during the high-level meetings at UNGA sidelines said that there is no rush to recognize the Taliban till they conform to international norms. However, he asserted that keeping Afghan assets and aid frozen as leverage will be counter-productive to Afghan stability.

Watch: Haleem Adil lashes out at staff of Quaid-e-Azam House

While visiting the Quaid-e-Azam House, Haleem Adil Sheikh got into a verbal tussle with the administrative officer. The heated argument sparked over the matter of Quaid-e-Azam House Museum’s commercial use.