Ahsan Iqbal urges youth to promote harmony in society

Interactive Session with Pakistani alumni from Hungarian universities Federal Minister for Planning, Development Mr. Ahsan Iqbal has urged the youth to promote harmony in society and hold their opinion on any issue of their choice but keeping in mind that ‘you don’t have to think the same to be equal.’ Speaking to Pakistani alumni from… Continue reading Ahsan Iqbal urges youth to promote harmony in society

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Russia replaces top general, pursues breakaway Ukraine polls

Moscow replaced its top logistics general on Saturday after a series of setbacks as Kremlin-held regions of eastern and southern Ukraine voted for a second day on becoming part of Russia. The changing of the guard comes amid a major mobilisation drive by Russia after the Ukraine invasion revealed widespread logistical difficulties, with Kyiv now… Continue reading Russia replaces top general, pursues breakaway Ukraine polls

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Wang Yi, Blinken discuss challenges to Sino-US relations

NEW YORK: Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi met with U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken at the Permanent Mission of the People’s Republic of China to the UN in New York. Wang Yi said that the current China-U.S. relations are facing the gravest challenge. There are lessons that the U.S. needs to… Continue reading Wang Yi, Blinken discuss challenges to Sino-US relations

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Japan Typhoon kills two, leaves thousands without power

Japan Typhoon kills two leaves thousands without power Japan Typhoon kills two leaves thousands without power. A typhoon lashed central Japan on Saturday with torrential rain and fierce winds, killing two and leaving tens of thousands of households without power, the Kyodo news agency reported. Shizuoka city, southwest of the capital, Tokyo, was hit especially… Continue reading Japan Typhoon kills two, leaves thousands without power

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‘Iran will act decisively after biggest protests in years’

DUBAI: Iran must deal decisively with protests which have swept the country after the death in custody of a woman detained by the Islamic Republic’s morality police, President Ebrahim Raisi said on Saturday. At least 41 people have been killed in the week-long unrest, state television said on Saturday. It said that toll was based… Continue reading ‘Iran will act decisively after biggest protests in years’

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At UN, Pakistan calls out Indian sponsorship of terrorism in South Asia

UNITED NATIONS: Pakistani diplomat Saima Saleem has categorically rejected India’s allegations about Pakistan’s involvement in terrorist acts, citing instances of the Indian sponsorship of terrorism and aggression against all its neighbours that makes New Delhi the “principle perpetrator, sponsor, financier and abettor” of terrorism in South Asia. “The myth of terrorism against… Continue Reading News… Continue reading At UN, Pakistan calls out Indian sponsorship of terrorism in South Asia

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Rare deep-sea shark found in Australia

Species seemed to be Centroscymnus owstoni, also known as the rough skin dogfish.— Trapman Bermagui / Facebook A fisherman in Australia accidentally discovered a freaky-looking creature that the netizens have called “the stuff of nightmares”. The shark has large bulgy eyes and an awkwardly protruding mouth and teeth. Trapman Bermagui caught the rare fish from  2,133… Continue reading Rare deep-sea shark found in Australia

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Top 10 most-searched ice cream flavours in world | World

Web Desk September 24, 2022 Ice cream is one of the most celebrated desserts without which most events are incomplete.  Ice cream even has its own National Day, which just passed recently, on September 22.  Centuries ago, it was a delicacy enjoyed by some only. Now, however, it is available in every part of the… Continue reading Top 10 most-searched ice cream flavours in world | World

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Laos makes third-biggest meth seizure with 33 million pills

BANGKOK: Laos police have made their third-biggest single seizure of illegal drugs by netting 33 million methamphetamine pills, a United Nations official said Saturday. In recent years the reclusive communist nation has become a gateway for traffickers moving meth out of Myanmar’s troubled Shan state across the Mekong River into Thailand as a way to… Continue reading Laos makes third-biggest meth seizure with 33 million pills

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Strong winds hit Bermuda as Hurricane Fiona heads for Canada

Bermuda assessed damage Friday after Hurricane Fiona brushed past the island overnight, causing flooding and leaving most of the population without power as it set course for Canada. Hurricane conditions were expected to hit Nova Scotia province by evening, with the US National Hurricane Center saying Fiona had again strengthened to a Category 4 storm as “it races toward… Continue… Continue reading Strong winds hit Bermuda as Hurricane Fiona heads for Canada

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