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Monthly Archives: December 2016

Pakistan’s water security made part of CPEC framework

Pakistan and China on Thursday decided to make water security a part of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) framework amid threats by India to review its position on the 1960 Indus Waters Treaty.

Pakistan to export Super Mushshak Aircraft to Nigeria, Qatar

Pakistan Aeronautical Complex has made agreements with Nigeria and Qatar for providing the Super Mushshak Aircraft. This was informed by the Chairman PAC to the members of the National Assembly's Standing Committee on Defence...

Man wrongly arrested over Berlin attack says he fears for his life

Naveed Baloch was crossing a road in central Berlin on the evening of 19 December, having just left a friend’s house. He was halfway over it when, seeing a car heading towards him, he increased his speed.

Azerbaijan brands to hit Pak markets

The export mission will include companies specializing in the production of fruits, vegetables, mineral water, fruit juices, sugar and confectionery, cotton, chemical and industrial products. Companies

Saudi Arabia invites Iran for talks on hajj return

Saudi Arabia has invited Iran to discuss a return of its nationals to next year´s hajj after Iranians were excluded from the pilgrimage following a major diplomatic row, reports said Friday.

Rush for gold: Rajasthan villagers throng quarry searching for hidden treasure

A massive hunt has also been launched to retrieve the coins following the veritable gold rush. Every day for the past week, loudspeakers mounted on police vehicles have been going round Janakipura and adjoining areas blaring out advice for villagers to return the coins.

China again sides with Pakistan, blocks UN move to ban Masood Azhar

China on Friday prevented India from accomplishing a crucial goal at the United Nations: getting Maulana Masood Azhar, chief of Jaish-e-Mohammed, declared a terrorist. MEA reacted sharply, stating:

Saudi Arabian Citizens donate $75m in aid to Syria

Nearly $75 million has been raised by the public in Saudi Arabia as part of a relief campaign for Syria, the Anadolu Agency reported.