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Pakistan successfully test fires Shaheen II ballistic missile

By Staff Reporter
Friday – May 24, 2019

Pakistan conducted, on Thursday, successful training launch of surface to surface ballistic missile Shaheen-II, capable of carrying both conventional and nuclear warheads up to a range of 1,500 kilometres (km).

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Give priority to GB youth in reforms: PM Khan

By Staff Reporter
Thursday – May 23, 2019

The prime minister (PM) Imran Khan, on Wednesday, chaired the meeting of national security committee (NSC), forum discussed the Gilgit-Baltistan (GB) reform, whereupon Khan directed that the aspirations of people of GB, especially the youth, must be given preeminence during the decision making process.

KPC wants greater portfolio in Pakistan

By Staff Reporter
Thursday – May 23, 2019

Kuwait Petroleum Corporation (KPC) chief executive officer (CEO) Shaikh Nawaf Saud Al-Sabah, along with his delegation, called on prime minister (PM) Imran Khan, on Wednesday, whereat Al-Sabah expressed his keen interest in further expanding business activities in the country.

Pak-Russia agrees to ‘no first placement of weapons in outer space’

By Staff Reporter
Thursday – May 23, 2019

On the sidelines of Shanghai cooperation organisation (SCO), Pakistan and Russia signed a joint statement on “no first placement of weapons in outer space,” in Kyrgyzstani capital Bishkek, on Wednesday.

Zubaida Khanum: Blessing to Pakistan (E.4/6)

By Anis Shakur
Sunday – May 26, 2019

Khanum’s artistry not only took giant leaps towards music amelioration but her own life saw positive change.

The Silk Cushion Inn

By Zeenat Iqbal Hakimjee
Sunday – May 26, 2019

In heaven, on a cloud, was the Silk Cushion Inn. So beautiful was it that no words were sufficient to describe' it. The Silk Cushion Inn had "the. softest,, most .tender, structure ever seen, Everything-looked like it was j made up of fluffy cotton balls! or some candy floss. There was no sound of pitter-patter, on the floors for the legs were sunk in the clouds. The walls were so soft that reclining hard against them would mean sinking in. Sleeping here mean that you slept on till you were woken up. There was a special alarm system that woke you up. It rang like a bird song.


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