Author Archives: Dunya

Curfew, Shutdown Continue In Occupied Kashmir

Normal life remained crippled in Occupied Kashmir as curfew and shutdown continued for 79th day. According to local media reports, curfew was also imposed in Kishtwar town following clashes between protesters and police. Indian police personnel and soldiers dressed in riot gear patrolled deserted streets. Markets, schools and colleges remained shut. Meanwhile, the all parties Hurriyet Conference, while strongly condemning ...

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Nationwide Anti Polio Campaign Begins On Monday

A nationwide campaign against polio disease begins in the country on Monday. According to the Punjab emergency operation coordinator Dr. Munir Ahmad, the campaign will target around eighteen point four children below the age of five, throughout the province. He said as per national immunization technical advisory group recommendation, measures are being taken to prepare a booster anti-polio dose for ...

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Pakistan Team Announced For ODI Series Against WI

Sixteen-member Pakistan’s squad for the three one-day international matches against West Indies in UAE has been announced. The selected players are: Azhar Ali (Captain), Sarfaraz Ahmad (Vice Captain), Sharjeel Khan, Babar Azam, Asad Shafiq, Shoaib Malik, Umar Akmal, Mohammad Rizwan, Muhammad Nawaz, Imad Wasim, Yasir Shah, Rahat Ali, Muhammad Amir, Wahab Riaz, Hasan Ali and Sohail Khan. Pakistan team will ...

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Int’l Tattoo Convention London

The 12th international London tattoo convention is underway at Tobacco Dock in London. The three day body art festival features more than 400 of the world’s top tattoo artists. Organisers are expecting crowds of over 20,000 people.

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SAARC Anti-corruption Forum Begins On Monday

The first ever seminar to address the menace of corruption in SAARC region is set to begin in Islamabad on Monday. Organized by National Accountability Bureau, it aims to discuss causes of corruption in South Asia. The delegates arriving from SAARC countries have expressed the hope to exchange ideas and experiences on this unique forum that can help end corruption ...

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Pakistan Condemns Provocative Statements Of Indian Prime Minister

The Pakistan Foreign Office spokesperson has said that it is unfortunate that Indian leadership continues to indulge in a well thought out vilification campaign against Pakistan by making provocative statements and baseless accusations. In response to queries regarding Prime Minister Modi’s address in Kerala in which he tried to malign Pakistan, the spokesperson said such irresponsible display of behavior at ...

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India Can’t Rest In Peace If Kashmir Continues To Bleed

Information Minister Pervaiz Rashid says India should learn a lesson from ground realities and listen to the voice of Kashmiris, struggling for their right to self-determination. Talking to newsmen in Lahore, he said perpetrators of persecution will ultimately get isolated in the world and New Delhi cannot rest in peace if Srinagar bleeds. The Minister said Pakistan wants peace in ...

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OIC Supports To Kashmiris’ Right Of Self Determination

Foreign Ministers of organization of islamic cooperation have reaffirmed their full support to the right of self-determination to the people of occupied Kashmir. The support came at annual coordination meeting of the 57 oic member countries in new york with foreign minister of kuwait, sheikh sabah al-khaled al-sabah in the chair. The oic foreign minsters called for resolution of the ...

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UN To Reinforce Major Nuclear Test Ban Treaty

The un security council has adopted a resolution to reinforce the objectives of a major treaty banning nuclear test, amid growing nuclear threat posed by the democratic people’s republic of korea. The 15-member body adopted the u.s.-drafted resolution with 14 votes in favour and an abstention by egypt. It calls on all states to refrain from conducting any nuclear weapon ...

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New ICC Code Of Conduct Point System

The one-day international between South Africa and Ireland will be the first match to feature the new Drs protocols, which is likely to lead to more Lbw decisions being given. The amended Drs relates to bringing more of the stumps into play with regard to overturning an umpire’s call of not out for Lbws. For a not-out decision to be ...

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