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Pakistan will not be allowed to hinder the ongoing unprecedented progress and development in Balochistan: PM

The Prime Minister said these cowardly attacks cannot shatter our resolve against terrorism and extremism. He said peace has been ensured in Balochistan after countless sacrifices of our valiant security personnel.  The Prime Minister expressed deep grief and sorrow over the loss of precious lives in the attack and prayed for swift recovery of those who were injured. He prayed for eternal peace of the martyrs and grant of courage to the bereaved families to bear this irreparable loss. Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan has also strongly condemned the terrorist attack on Pakistan Navy personnel near Jiwani.

Triumphant Pakistan team returns home with ICC Champions Trophy

Four players of the national cricket team arrived at Allama Iqbal International Airport in Lahore early this morning after winning the ICC Champions Trophy.  The players, including Hassan Ali, Baber Azam, Fahim Ashraf and Ahmad Shahzad, were warmly welcomed at the airport by the provincial ministers and a large number of cricket lovers and fans of the players.

UN lauds Pakistan for hosting largest number of refugees in world

The United Nations has appreciated Pakistan for hosting the largest number of refugees in the world. A report prepared by United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees said Pakistan has generously hosted the world's largest refugee population for three decades, and it is essential to mobilise more support from the international community.

No unscheduled load shedding in country: Asif

Minister for Water and Power Khawaja Asif says no unscheduled load shedding is being carried out anywhere in the country.

Modi to visit Washington on June 25

Indian Prime Minister is scheduled to visit Washington DC on June 25 and expected to hold talks with President Donald Trump, Ministry of External Affairs of India said this on Monday.

India’s arms’ race threat to regional peace -Lockheed Martin agrees to build F-16 fighter jets in India

Lockheed Martin has agreed to jointly build F-16 fighter planes equipped with new generation electronics in India with Tata Advanced Systems Ltd, both companies on Monday. The fighters are of the Block 70 type, “the newest and most technologically advanced F-16 ever” they said.

U.S. student held prisoner by North Korea dies days after release

An American university student held prisoner in North Korea for 17 months died at a Cincinnati hospital on Monday, just days after he was released from captivity in a coma, his family said.

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