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UK MPs, Kashmiri
leaders submit petition
at 10-Downing Street
for PM Boris Johnson

LONDON: A number of UK lawmakers have urged British Prime Minister Mr Boris Johnson to speak about what they claim human rights violations including violation of women’s rights in Jammu & Kashmir.

“Secrecy is
important” in
Senate elections

ISLAMABAD: In a major embarrassment to the Imran Khan-led government, the Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Justice Gulzar Ahmed remarked on Thursday that the Senate is a "mature and serious forum" that...

4G mobile internet services restored in J&K

NEW DELHI: High-speed 4G internet services were restored on Friday in the whole of Jammu & Kashmir in view of the “overall security situation” in the Union territory.Internet services across J&K were completely shut...

India provides medical supplies to 150 nations

NEW DELHI: External Affairs Minister (EAM) S Jaishankar on Wednesday said that India provided medical supplies and equipment to over 150 nations during the COVID-19 pandemic, many of them as grants, to...

Pak envoy
urges for
use of vaccine

LONDON: Pakistan High Commissioner Moazzam Ahmad Khan has urged to every illegible member of Pakistani community to get Corona vaccinated. In a message, he said; “I wish to address you on a...

Asad Mengal missing for 50 years

QUETTA (Balochistan): The people of Balochistan have been victims of 'Kill and Dump' policy since the 1970s and Asad Mengal, who is the first victim of this policy, is missing for more...

Modi-Biden agree to strengthen security

WASHINGTON: In a first telephone contact on Monday night, the US President Joe Biden and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi agreed to strengthen Indo-Pacific security through the Quad grouping of countries that...

Biden terms
China ‘most
serious competitor’

WASHINGTON: US President Joe Biden on Thursday (local time) announced that "America is Back" and said that it will confront China, the "most serious competitor" to the United States and that Washington's...

BD Covid-19 cases rise, death 7,906

DHAKA: Bangladesh reported 569 new COVID-19 cases and 23 new deaths on Sunday, making the tally at 527,632 and the death toll at 7,906, the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) said.The...

Pak military planners to cope challenges

ISLAMABAD: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa visited Kharian garrison on Monday. COAS also attended the ongoing War Game of the Central Command. Gen Qamar...