The world is facing a serious issue of climate change, and it is the need of the hour to take concrete efforts to address climate change together for the betterment of the whole world (“Kabul air pollution may be even deadlier than war,” Nov.17, Gulf Today). Now, slowly air pollution is gripping the world, after India and Pakistan now people in Afghanistan are being victims of air pollution.
No one is above the law. The country’s law is supreme. There is no other way for Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf other than to face the foreign funding case. Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf should prove in front of law that the party is innocent and all the allegations levelled against them are baseless and wrong, (“ECP orders daily hearing in PTI’s foreign funding case,” Nov.22, Gulf Today).
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) approved $1 billion in immediate budget support to Pakistan to shore up the country’s public finances and help strengthen economy besides approving $300 million to support energy sector reforms.
Dua had been kidnapped from Karachi’s Defence Housing Authority last week by armed persons.
Pakistan recalled forgotten batsman Fawad Alam on Saturday for the upcoming two-match Test series against Sri Lanka, after a gap of ten years following the left-hander’s prolific form in domestic matches.
The federal government has decided to establish border markets in the border areas with Afghanistan and Iran. In this regard, the premier has tasked the commerce ministry to complete necessary requirements
Pakistan sacked Sarfaraz Ahmed from his post as Twenty20 and Test skipper on Friday, a week after he led the side to a shocking 3-0 home defeat against an inexperienced Sri Lanka.
Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, who is currently in London, is likely to fly to the United States on Dec.16 for medical treatment of his ailment there.
Page after page, the names stack up: 629 girls and women from across Pakistan who were sold as brides to Chinese men and taken to China. The list, obtained by media, was compiled by Pakistani investigators determined to break up trafficking networks exploiting the country’s poor and vulnerable.