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Rs287m reserved for Rangers’ CPEC security wing

ISLAMABAD:  On the recommendation of the interior ministry, a sum of around Rs287 million has been allocated in the budget for the next fiscal year for the formation of a special security division of the Pakistan Rangers that would provide security to Chinese engineers and experts working on China-Pakistan Economic …

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کوئٹہ میں فائرنگ سے دو سیکیورٹی اہلکار جاں بحق، ایک زخمی

کوئٹہ:  شہباز ٹاؤن میں نامعلوم افراد کی فائرنگ سے دو لیویز اہلکار جاں بحق اور ایک زخمی ہوگیا۔  کوئٹہ کے علاقے شہباز ٹاؤن میں فائرنگ سے دو لیویز اہلکار جاں بحق جب کہ ایک شخص زخمی ہوگیا۔ فائرنگ کی اطلاع ملتے ہی امدادی ادارے اور سیکیورٹی اہلکار فوری موقع پر …

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Study Ranks Afghanistan As World’s Least Peaceful Country, Points To ‘De-Escalation’ In Ukraine

According to a new study, the world became “very slightly” more peaceful for the first time in five years, but remains “considerably less peaceful now” than a decade ago due to conflicts in the Middle East, a rise in terrorism, increasing numbers of refugees, and other factors. The Institute for …

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Militants kill five Indian paramilitary police in Kashmir attack

SRINAGAR, India (Reuters) – Militants killed five Indian paramilitary police on Wednesday in an attack on security forces deployed in a Kashmiri town, a senior police officer said. Three paramilitaries, a local policeman and a woman bystander were wounded, and one militant was killed when the police returned fire, he …

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Provinces to get Rs3.2 trillion under NFC award

ISLAMABAD: Provinces will get Rs3.25 trillion under the National Finance Commission (NFC) award in the next financial year — an increase of Rs790 billion over their share of Rs2.45tr in the outgoing fiscal year. “In accordance with the framework for distribution of resources structured by the 7th NFC award, provincial …

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Kosovo Celebrates 20th Anniversary of NATO Intervention

Kosovo is celebrating the 20th anniversary of a NATO intervention that drove out Serbian troops and helped end a crackdown that left more than 10,000 ethnic Albanians dead.  Former U.S. President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright are taking part in ceremonies Wednesday in Pristina.  Kosovo declared …

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Parliamentary panel mulls filling ECP vacancies from Sindh, Balochistan

ISLAMABAD: A parliamentary committee, comprises of the members of the opposition and government discussed appointment of the election commission members from Sindh and Balochistan, ARY News reported on Wednesday. The two sides exchanged their names for appointment as members of ECP in the meeting chaired by Federal Minister for Human …

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قبائلی اضلاع میں انتخابات 20 جولائی تک مؤخر

پشاور —  الیکشن کمشن آف پاکستان نے خیبر پختونخوا میں ضم ہونے والے سابق قبائلی علاقوں میں صوبائی اسمبلی کے انتخابات 20 جولائی تک مؤ خر کر دیے ہیں۔ خیبر پختونخوا میں ضم ہونے والے قبائلی اضلاع کے لیے مختص صوبائی اسمبلی کی 21 نشستوں پر انتخابات دو جولائی کو …

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Balochistan: Pakistani Military Continues its Crackdown on Human Rights Activists

The Pakistani military has intensified its suppression of Baloch rights activists in what can be seen as a chilling crackdown on freedom of expression in the region. Seventy persons were abducted by the military and forcibly disappeared. These included students, women, and children. Some nationalist groups fighting for Balochistan’s independence …

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Opposition Parties in Pakistan Warn Against Ongoing Crackdown on PTM

Pakistan’s political parties have urged the government to exercise restraint in handling the grass-roots Pashtun Protection Movement (PTM), arguing that the military’s crackdown and potential collision with PTM could threaten the stability of the South Asian nation.  On Monday, the government arrested PTM activist Gulalai Ismail for what officials call …

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