Friday, May 26, 2017

Pakistan itself a victim of terrorism, says US Congress member

WASHINGTON: A United States Congress member Sheila Jackson has said that Pakistan was not a terrorist state rather a victim of terrorism. Moreover, another Congress member L. Green has stated that Pakistanis

Norway urges India, Pakistan to resolve Kashmir dispute, LoC situation through dialogue

ISLAMABAD: Norway has urged Pakistan and India to sit on the negotiation table in order to resolve the Kashmir issue and LoC situation. This was stated by the Norwegian Foreign Minister Borge Brende.

UK, Israel annoyed at US over intelligence leaks

WASHINGTON: The United States has apparently annoyed two of its closest allies, the UK and Israel, by its recent inability to keep secrets concerning security intelligence, British media said on Thursday. Israel

Pak-British rip-off to spend 6 years behind US Fed. Jail walls for peddling miracle drugs!

M. M. ALAM CONCORD: According to Pakistan Medical Association estimate some 600,000 quacks operate in Pakistan (out of that 70,000 operate in the port city of Karachi). In order to export this art

India considering to ‘isolate’ Pakistan diplomatically: claims US official

WASHINGTON: A top US defence intelligence official has claimed that India was moving towards diplomatically isolating Pakistan. “India has sought and continues to move to isolate Pakistan diplomatically

North Korean leader ‘a madman with nuclear weapons’

WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump has called North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un a “madman with nuclear weapons” during a telephone call with Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, US media said on

Manchester attack: British Home Secretary says bomber ‘not acted alone’

LONDON: British Home Secretary Amber Rudd has claimed that the man who carried out a suicide attack in Manchester was likely to have not acted alone. Libyan-born British national Salman Abedi killed 22

Trump’s budget proposals to affect Pakistan adversely?

M. M. ALAM WASHINGTON: Trump’s budget could affect Pakistan, Colombia, Lebanon, Philippines, Tunisia, Ukraine and Vietnam adversely. In the next budget, Trump administration would convert military

Licensed to kill James Bond 007 has been killed by cancer at 89!

M. M. ALAM GENEVA: British actor Roger Moore, whose fame, to a great extent, is due to his role as Ian Fleming's character James Bond 007, died today at the age of 89. He was suffering from cancer and


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