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Wednesday - April 5, 2017

Pakistan flays UN for being “hypocritical on nuclear policy”

Staff Report

NEW YORK (United States of America): Pakistan’s ambassador to United Nations (UN) Maleeha Lodhi on Tuesday flayed UN saying, “Some nuclear weapons States are intent upon upgrading and modernising their inventories while preaching non proliferation to others”; an official statement said. (Full Report)

UK is preferring Altaf Hussain over State relationship: NSA Nasser

Staff Report

ISLAMABAD: A 7 member British Parliamentary delegation met National Security Adviser (NSA) Lieutenant General (R) Nasser Janjua on Tuesday; besides discussing regional and global issues significant for both Pakistan and United Kingdom (UK), the visiting delegation exchanged views on matters pertaining to further enhancing bilateral cooperation; an official statement said. (Full Report)
Baligh-ur-Rehman directs revising computer-science textbook

Staff Report

ISLAMABAD: Federal Education and Professional Training (FEPT) Minister Muhammad Baligh-ur-Rehman, chairing 8th meeting on national curriculum review, on Tuesday instructed Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) chairman to ensure revised “computer science textbook” for class 9 by next week; an official statement said. (Full Report)
Christian leaders deliberate on “marriage and divorce acts”

Staff Report

LAHORE: A national consultation of religious leaders of Christian community was held on Tuesday, under the chairmanship of Human Rights (HR) Minister, Senator, Kamran Micheal, to discuss Christian marriage and divorce acts; an official statement said. (Full Report)
Indian troops torture on a ‘handicapped’ youth takes his life


SRINAGAR (Indian Occupied Kashmir): In Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK), a physically challenged youth Mushtaq Kundoo was beaten by Indian forces in October, last year, who succumbed to his injuries at Soura on Sunday; Kashmir Media Service (KMS) reported on Tuesday. (Full Report)
NA Committee shows displeasure on PSO delaying pumps’ lease renewals

Staff Report

ISLAMABAD: National Assembly (NA) Standing Committee on Petroleum and Natural Resources, under the chairmanship of Chaudhary Bilal Ahmad Virk, on Tuesday showed displeasure regarding issues pertaining to grant of No Objection Certificate (NOC) by Pakistan State Oil (PSO) to the owners of petrol pumps after expiry of their lease agreement; an official statement said. (Full Report)
Pakistan Army establishes hotline communication with Afghan Army

Staff Report

RAWALPINDI: Southern Command Chief of Staff established on Tuesday hotline communication with Afghan National Army 205 Corps Commander Lieutenant General Daud Shah Wafadar, wherein both discussed issues related to Pak-Afghan border, expressed satisfaction over establishment of hotline communication and vowed to continue such interactions in future; an Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) statement said.
Taliban seeks disaster relief

Monitoring Desk

UNDISCLOSED LOCATION (Afghanistan): The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (Taliban) on Tuesday called on Afghan businessmen, international non government organisations (iNGOs), countries and the United Nations (UN) to deliver urgent aid to disaster affected areas of Afghanistan on Islamic and humanitarian grounds; an official statement said. (Full Report)



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