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By Abbas Shah
Friday – March 5, 2021

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PM Khan laments the horse trading in Senate polls

By Staff Reporter
Friday – March 5, 2021

The prime minister (PM) Imran Khan, Thursday, grieved the alleged horse trading in Senate polls and lamented, “The failure of the election commission (EC) to hold fair and transparent elections has damaged the country’s morale and democracy.”

FM Qureshi boasts economic diplomacy to European envoys

By Staff Reporter
Friday – March 5, 2021

The foreign minister (FM) Shah Mahmood Qureshi stated, Thursday, that the purpose of the meeting is to review Pakistan’s economic engagement with European countries, identify impediments to fulfil its true potential, and chart a way forward.

PM Khan virtually addresses the 14th ECO summit

By Staff Reporter
Friday – March 5, 2021

The prime minister (PM) Imran Khan, Thursday, highlighted the regional, global health and economic consequences of Covid-19 (coronavirus); elaborated Pakistan’s ‘people and poor-centric approach’ to tackle the pandemic and highlighted his five-point plan to provide fiscal space to developing countries to deal with the adverse socio-economic impacts of the pandemic.

NATO says alliance keeps the transatlantic bond stronger

By Monitoring Desk
Friday – March 5, 2021

North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) secretary general (SG) Jens Stoltenberg, Thursday, said, “As a committed European, I do not just believe in European integration. I also believe in transatlantic cooperation. Because a strong transatlantic bond is the bedrock of Europe’s security. For more than 70 years, NATO has embodied this unique relationship. Our alliance is the only place that brings North America and Europe together every day to discuss common security challenges, to preserve peace and prevent war.”

In IIOJK another Indian soldier commits suicide

By KMS
Friday – March 5, 2021

In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK), in successive incidents of suicides; another Indian soldier claimed his life in Srinagar, Thursday, raising the toll to three in the past two days in the occupied territory.


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