Author Archives: Dunya

Syria Opposition Makes New Push For Transition

Syria’s opposition made a fresh call for a transition to democracy without Syrian president, as France threw its support behind new Russia-us talks aimed at ending the war. The opposition’s proposal during one-day talks in London came as the world’s chemical weapons watchdog said it was “disturbed” by the alleged use of toxic chemicals in the battleground city of Aleppo. ...

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Late Sixties Revolution Exhibition Opens In London

Late sixties revolution exhibition has opened at the Victoria and Albert museum in London. A major exhibition is exploring the multiple revolutions of the late 1960s – from flower power and music to wide-reaching social, cultural and intellectual changes – is to open at the V&A museum in London. More than 200 LPS from the collection of the late radio ...

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Pakistan Thrashed England By 9 Wickets

Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif hit half centuries as Pakistan thrashed England by nine wickets in the only twenty-20 match of the series at old Trafford, Manchester. PTV Sports telecast the match live. Earlier, batting first after winning the toss England scored 135 runs for the loss of 7 wickets in allotted 20 over’s. Openers Alex hales and Jason Roy ...

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Oil Prices Up In Asia On Russia-Saudi Talks

Crude prices rose in Asia Tuesday after Russia and Saudi Arabia pledged to work on addressing a global supply glut, but analysts said gains would likely be limited after the two sides provided scant detail about their plans. At about 0300 GMT, the US benchmark west Texas intermediate was up 84 cents at 45.28 dollars and Brent added five cents ...

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Lavrov, Kerry To Hold Syria Talks This Week

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and his us counterpart john Kerry will meet today in Geneva to try to hammer out a deal on cooperation in Syria. But Kerry’s spokesman would not confirm the meeting, suggesting that last-minute negotiations were continuing. The two top diplomats agreed to a “personal meeting” after “working on the remaining details for an agreement” of ...

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All Out Efforts Being Made For Pakistan’s Progress

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said Pakistan will soon join the developed countries in the fields of basic Infrastructure, Energy and Economy. Addressing at the Awards Distribution Ceremony of best performing companies in Stock Exchange in Karachi, the Prime Minister said the nation will hold those accountable crises and economic crisis in the country. He said all out efforts are ...

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One More Civilian Falls Victim To Indian State Terrorism

One more civilian has fallen victim to the ceaseless brutalities unleashed by Indian forces in the Kashmir valley, raising the death toll to 92 on the 62nd day of the ongoing Kashmir intifada. The elderly victim, Abdul Ghani Wani, died after he suffered a cardiac arrest due to shelling of tear smoke canisters by Indian troops at Chawalgam in Kulgam ...

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ECC Approves Two-Month Salary Of PSM’S Employees

Economic Coordination Committee has approved payment of two months’ salaries for the employees of pakistan steel mills. The ECC in its meeting chaired by Finance Minister Ishaq Dar also endorsed 320 million rupee gratuity & provident fund for the steel mills employees. The committee has permitted the petroleum ministry to set up oil refineries in Balochistan and coastal areas. ECC ...

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Ch. Nisar Briefs On NAP

Interior Minister Chaudhary Nisar Ali Khan has said, due to government’s efforts law and order situation has considerably improved in the country. He was speaking in the senate on cruel and barbaric incidents of terrorism at civil hospital Quetta and district courts Mardan, which resulted into loss of precious human lives. He said, terrorist attacks have considerably decreased as compared ...

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Bulleh Shah of Shrines, Fairs and Music

Bulleh Shah’s Vision: The Peaceful Shrines, Fairs, Women and Music Michael-Jane During the times of terror and blood-stained global world, the annual fair of the most beloved Punjabi mystic poet feels like a morning daisy flower. Sadly, we are, as a nation, going through the toughest bad patch of our blood-tainted history. The one decade old wave of terrorism has ...

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