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Army Chief visits Command and Staff College Quetta

QUETTA: The Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa visited Command and Staff College in Quetta, the Pakistan Army media-wing Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said on Thursday. COAS, in his address to staff course students and teachers, said Pakistan in recent past faced many challenges successfully and the country is on the path of attaining lasting peace and...

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BJP MLA rips-off Pakistani patriotic song, calls his own

ISLAMABAD: Bhartiya Janta Party Member of Legislative Assembly (MLA) Raja Singh ripped-off a Pakistani patriotic song of Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) and called its own by making minor changes. DG  ISPR Major General Asif Ghafoor called out the act of plagiarism on twitter, saying, “Glad that you copied. But copy to speak the truth as well. #PakistanZindabad.” https://twitter.com/peaceforchange/status/1117352078064672769 The song...

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Dubai’s ‘Quranic Park’ draws on Islam’s Holy text

DUBAI: A new park that uses gardens and landscaping to tell stories from Islam’s sacred text has opened in Dubai, offering locals and tourists a day out with a religious twist. Quranic Park attracted some 100,000 people in its first week, officials say, feeding demand for religious attractions in the United Arab Emirates where Abu Dhabi’s Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque...

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‘Egg Boy’ escapes with caution for egging far-right Australian senator

An Australian teenager lauded worldwide for egging a far-right senator who made offensive comments about the Christchurch mosque attacks was let off with a police caution for the incident on Tuesday. William Connolly, now better known as “Egg Boy”, cracked an egg on the head of Fraser Anning during a March 16 press conference, prompting the senator to hit him...

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Military awards bestowed upon army personnel at investiture ceremony

RAWALPINDI: Highest military honors, including Tamgha-i-Imtiaz (Military), Sitara-i-Imtiaz (Military) and Tamgha-i-Basalat were bestowed upon Army officers and soldiers during the corps investiture ceremony of the Rawalpindi Corps, said Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) on Friday. Commander Rawalpindi Corps, Lieutenant General Bilal Akbar was guest of honor of the ceremony, according to a press statement issued by the ISPR. Tamgha-i-Basalat was awarded...

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40th Death Anniversary of ZAB being observed today

Today 4th April marks the death anniversary of the former slained prime minister, foreign Minister, ‘Quaid-e-Awam’ Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto. He was hanged`40 years, which turned out to be the ‘judicial murder’ later confessed by the head judge. Bhutto rose to the prominence in General Ayub Khan’s military rule, as the former resigned from the latter's cabinet on differences in Tashkent...

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Shab-e Miraj: The Night of ascension being observed across the country

KARACHI: Shab-e-Miraj-un-Nabi (Peace Be Upon Him) is being observed across the country tonight with religious fervour, great respect. Shab-e-Miraj, (night of ascension) is a glorious night, marking the Isra and Meraj of Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) when he was taken from Makkah to Al-Haram-Al-Sharif (also known as the Temple Mount) and was then taken to heaven on the...

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World Autism Awareness Day: PM Khan assures parents, teachers about welfare of persons with Autism

ISLAMABAD: On Tuesday, Prime Minister Imran Khan  in a message on World Autism Awareness day said that the world must recognize immense potential of persons with Autism. Today on #WorldAutismAwarenessDay there is global recognition not only of Autism but also the immense potential of persons with Autism. I want to assure parents & teachers we will have a policy that...

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Pope criticizes building walls to keep migrants out

ABOARD THE PAPAL PLANE: Pope Francis said Sunday political leaders who want walls and other barriers to keep migrants out “will end up becoming prisoners of the walls they build”. The pope made his comments to reporters aboard the plane returning from Morocco in response to a question about migration in general and about US President Donald Trump’s threat to...

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Earth Hour 2019 today

A hundred and seventy countries, including Pakistan, will observe the 12th Earth Hour 2019 on March 30 (today), between 8.30 to 9.30pm local time, and participate in the World Wildlife Fund’s (WWF) effort to show global commitment to the planet. Each year, businesses and landmarks set aside an hour to switch off non-essential lights and observe Earth Hour in an...

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Pakistan leaps eight spots on UN happier countries index

KARACHI: Pakistanis may indulge in numerous tribulations every day, but they cheerfully get ahead of those tribulations – at least that’s what United Nations World Happiness Index implies. The latest rankings see Pakistan leap eight spots from 2018 to become 67th happiest nation of the world. The 2019 report –which outlines countries’ progression since 2005 – also places Pakistan among...

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Holi being celebrated across Pakistan, world today

ISLAMABAD: On Wednesday, the Hindu community across the World and in Pakistan are celebrating the '" festival of colors"--- Holi with zeal and fervor. The Holi celebrations signal the end of winter and the arrival of spring, with the official festival taking place from March 20-21. Revellers spray coloured powder and water at each other and dance as well as...

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Six death anniversary of 1965 war hero MM Alam being observed today

The 1965 war hero Muhammad Mahmood Alam, popularly known as MM Alam is being remembered on his 6th death anniversary on Sunday. MM Alam is remembered for establishing a world record of downing five Indian aircrafts in less than a minute on 07 September 1965, the last four within thirty second, with total of nine aircraft downed in the war. Alam was...

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US newspaper places PM Imran Khan on its list for possible Nobel Peace Prize award

NEW YORK: A major US newspaper has placed Prime Minister Imran Khan on its "starting list" of world leaders to win this year’s Nobel Peace Prize, citing his leadership in de-escalating the recent tensions between India and Pakistan. Besides the Pakistani leader, The Christian Science Monitor has listed South Korean President Moon Jae-in for opening a door to North Korea...

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Krishna Kohli presides over senate session on International Women’s Day

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s first ever Thai-Hindu female Senator Krishna Kumari Kohli is set to preside today’s Upper House senate session coinciding with the International Women’s Day. Senator Faisal Javed Khan tweets,“Chairman Senate of Pakistan decided to make our colleague Krishna Kumari Kohli aka Kishoo Bai to Chair the Senate for today on Women's Day.” https://twitter.com/FaisalJavedKhan/status/1103920467033767936 39-year old Kohli, a leader of...

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Eminent author Stanley Wolpert, writer of ‘Jinnah of Pakistan’ passes away

WASHINGTON: Author Stanley Wolpert, popular in Pakis­tan for his books on Quaid-i-Azam Mohammed Ali Jinnah and Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, died in California last night. He was 91. In his long career as an author, teacher and political commentator, Prof Wolpert published 15 books, including four novels, but the one that made him a must read in Pakistan is Jinnah of Pakistan,...

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Canadian couple builds world’s largest snow maze

A-maze-ing: a snow labyrinth in the frigid, windswept prairies of Western Canada has broken the record for the world´s biggest. According to Guinness World Records, the whopping 2,789.11 square meters (30,0021.73 square feet) of terrain dwarfs the previous Canadian record holder at the Fort William Historical Park in Thunder Bay, Ontario. For years, farmers Clint and Angie Masse would ring...

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