PM strongly condemns terrorist attack in Peshawar- Three security personnel injured , FC’s Major martyred in roadside bomb attack in Peshawar

An officer of Frontier Corps, Major Jamal Sheran, was martyred and seven people, including three FC personnel were injured when their vehicle was hit by a suicide bomber riding a motorcycle near Bagh-e-Naran in Hayatabad Peshawar on Monday. Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif has strongly condemned the attack . He expressed deep grief and sorrow over the martyrdom of Major Jamal Sheranj and prayed for eternal peace of his departed soul and grant of courage to the bereaved family.

SC adjourned hearing of panama papers implementation case till tomorrow

Supreme Court has adjourned its hearing of the Panama Papers implementation case till tomorrow. A three member bench of the Supreme Court, headed by Justice Ejaz Afzal, is hearing the case. Presenting his arguments Khawaja Haris, the counsel for Sharif Family, submitted that the JIT report has no substantive evidence against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his family; hence it should be rejected.

Armed forces fully capable to defend every inch of motherland- Defence Minister says govt successfully foiling all conspiracies of anti-state elements against country

Minister for Defence, Khawaja Muhammad Asif says Pakistan Muslim League-N government will challenge the JIT report in the Supreme Court on Monday.  Talking to the newsmen in Sialkot, he said the PML-N government has decided to defend every clause of the report with complete proofs in the apex court.  

Gwadar to Be Made Modern Port City: World class varsity state-of-the-art hospital also being established in the city: Ahsan

A number of development projects are underway that will not only change fate of the area, rather the region as well. The minister said a world class university, state of the art hospital are also being established in Gwadar to provide best facilities to the people. 

Federal Govt Taking Steps for the Progress of Tribal Areas by Providing Loans worth Rs. 445mn

The federal government has provided loans worth four hundred and forty-five million rupees to tribal youth to start their own businesses. A spokesman of FATA Development Authority told our Peshawar correspondent that so far sixteen thousand and eight hundred youth have been provided loan.

Conveying the Message of Peace through Paintings and Images-PAF’S C-130 aircraft at the show of royal international air show-2017

C-130 aircraft of Pakistan Air Force became the star of the show of Royal International Air Show-2017 being held in the United Kingdom. Thousands of visitors from across the world are taking keen interest in the beautifully painted aircraft.

Senate to discuss important national issues today

Upper house session will begin at 4pm. The 264th session of the Senate will start at the Parliament House in Islamabad on Monday at four in the afternoon.

South Korea proposes rare military talks with North Korea

If they were to go ahead, they would be the first high-level talks since 2015. A senior official said talks should aim to stop "all hostile activities that raise military tension" at the fortified border between the Korea.

Turkey signs initial missile defense deal with French, Italian firms: Anadolu 

It cited Isik as saying at a French embassy reception on Friday that the deal encompassed the development and joint production of missile defense systems. He said the deal was signed with the Franco-Italian Eurosam consortium, which is owned by the multinational European missile maker MBDA and France's Thales.

Rohingya crisis: UN warns 80,000 children 'wasting' from hunger in Myanmar:Some 75,000 stateless Muslim Rohingya people who fled a bloody army crackdown live in western Rakhine state and are reeling from a food crisis

More than 80,000 children under the age of five living in majority-Muslim areas of western Myanmar are “wasting” and will need treatment for acute malnutrition over the next year, the World Food Programme has warned. The report from the United Nations agency was based on an assessment of villages in western Rakhine state, where some 75,000 stateless Muslim Rohingya people have fled a bloody army crackdown.


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