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Saturday, September 25, 2021

Pak passengers will travel
to Britain as normal
after Oct 4: Moazzam Khan

LONDON: Pakistan High Commissioner to UK Moazzam Ahmed Khan has said that the British government’s decision to remove Pakistan from the red list countries would come into force from today, Wednesday September 22, 2021,...

Pakistan satisfied with
Taliban for not using Afghan
soil against any country

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan military spokesman Maj. Gen. Babar Iftikhar has said that there no reason to doubt the Afghan Taliban’s assurances that they would not permit the use of Afghan soil against another...

Malala concerned about
rights of Afghan women,
girls under Taliban regime

LONDON: Human rights activist and Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai said that the Taliban must practically ensure the rights of all women and girls in Afghanistan, asserting that merely statements are not enough.

Trump administration, not
Pakistan, enabled Afghan
Taliban takeover: Chris Hollen

WASHINGTON: The US Senator Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) Wednesday (15th September) released the following statement regarding the White House’s announcement that Baltimore and Silver Spring will serve as hubs for refugees through...

US spent $290m
every day in Afghanistan
for 20 years

WASHINGTON: The United States spent $290 million every day for 7,300 days on its war efforts and nation-building projects in Afghanistan, says a report compiled by Brown University. That’s...

Freezing of Afghan accounts
could create a humanitarian
crisis; says Sheikh Rashid

KARACHI: Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed on Sunday said it would be unfair for the world to expect that Afghanistan would become as prosperous as some Scandinavian country in eight days and...

Pakistan seeks UN inquiry
into Ali Geelani’s death

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan seeks UN inquiry into Kashmiri leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani and in this connection, Chairman of Parliamentary Committee on Kashmir Shehryar Khan Afridi on Friday wrote letters to United Nations...

Home Office cancels 3rd
deportation flight to Pakistan

LONDON:A third Home Office deportation charter flight to Pakistan in 12 months has been cancelled, the Guardian has learned. The flight was due to take off on Wednesday with up to 25 people on board. Two...

Mir Shakeel’s pleas
rejected in land case

LAHORE: The Accountability Court (AC) has rejected the acquittal petitions of Jang Group Editor-in-Chief Mir Shakeel-ur-Rehman and two others in reference to the 34-year-old illegal land allotment. Dawn newspaper...

AJK University to be taken
to new heights: Dr. Kaleem

MUZAFFARABAD: Vice Chancellor, University of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (UAJK), Prof. Dr. Muhammad Kaleem Abbasi has vowed to work with zeal and dedication to take the institution to new heights of academic...