BRAZIL: Acclaimed Brazilian footballer Ronaldinho’s tweet saying ‘Pakistan, here I’m coming’ is being interpreted by savants as his plan to visit the country.
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ISLAMABAD: Minister of State for Information, Broadcasting and National Heritage, while addressing a presser here today has told that Pakistan’s sixth housing and population census will commence
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KARACHI: Thirteenth of March 1993 was the day when revolutionary leftist poet Habib Jalib died at the age of 65.
Jalib, who migrated to Pakistan in 1947, commenced his career with Urdu daily
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KARACHI: Former police constable (& son) – accused of stealing billions of tax-payers’ money, are now giving names of other billionaires!
As a result of information revealed by the
HONG KONG: Misbah-ul-Haque, who is leading HK Island United franchise (Hong Kong T-20 Blitz 2017), has shown a different side of his batting in the League.
In the third fixture (Hung Hom
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KARACHI: Researcher and archaeologist Dr. Aurore Didier (who is heading French Excavation mission in Sindh and Baluchistan) has delivered
RAWALPINDI: Chief of Army Staff Gen. Qamar Javed Bajwa met with Pakistan Super League winner team Peshawar Zalmi and congratulated them for cricket league victory.
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ISLAMABAD: Addressing a seminar at Jamia Naeemia here on Saturday, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said that Islamic scholars should play role in spreading the true teachings of Islam and take a firm stand
HMAS Newcastle (right) and Pakistan Navy Ship, PNS Nasr prepare to conduct a Replenishment at Sea (RAS) during the sea phase of Exercise KAKADU 2014. *** Local Caption *** Over 1,200 people, eight warships and 26 aircraft from throughout the Asia Pacific and Indian Ocean regions are in Australia 25 August - 12 September for the Royal Australian Navys premier maritime warfare exercise, KAKADU 2014.
Participants will conduct tactical warfare planning and cultural exchanges in Darwin for the first week of the exercise, then head to sea for high-end warfare serials including naval gunfire, communications, boarding's and air defence in the following two weeks.
Many countries will be represented including Australia, Japan, the Philippines, Pakistan and New Zealand who are sending warships and aircraft.
Representatives from Bangladesh, Cambodia, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Republic of Korea, Singapore, Thailand, Timor Leste, Tonga and Vanuatu will also have key roles, either working in one of the two KAKADU Task Groups or as part of the observer-at-sea program.
KAKADU 2014 aims to concentrate neighbours from the Asia Pacific and Indian Ocean regions to build on and enhance maritime capability. Solid naval cooperation between coalition nations enables a secure and stable maritime environment, ultimately leading to safety, trust, peace and prosperity on the high seas for all.
The Royal Australian Navy is represented by HMA Ships Sydney, Stuart, Newcastle and Arunta along with S-70-B2 Seahawk, Bell 429 helicopters and MRH90 Taipan helicopters.
Royal Australian Air Force assets include four 127 Hawks, four F/A 18 Super Hornets, one E-7A Wedgetail, one AP-3C Orion, one LR35 Learjet and four GAT36 Learjet's.
KAKADU is a biennial exercise, now in its 23rd iteration.
KARACHI: Pakistan Navy on Saturday said that two naval ships will make a goodwill visit to Sri Lanka on Sunday.
“NASR and SAIF are set to arrive at Colombo Port for a four-day goodwill visit to Sri