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Global strategic chessboard: Pakistan's role in a new phase of cold war

Pakistan, March 23 -- As the current standoff between India and Pakistan slowly eases out, courtesy of divine intervention to bestow the upper hand to Pakistan in the political, diplomatic and militar... Read More


Curse of uranium

Nepal, March 23 -- For Nepal, to venture into uranium production and trade is akin to waving red scarf to ramming bulls and destabilizing peace diplomacy A hasty push for endorsement of the 'nuclear ... Read More


Fixing Pakistan's water shortage issues

Pakistan, March 23 -- Yesterday was the United Nations (UN) World Water Day, and Pakistan remains on the precipice of becoming a chronically water-scarce country. According to the World Bank's recentl... Read More


Pakistan, Afghan peace and India

Pakistan, March 23 -- After almost two decades the US-led NATO intervention in Afghanistan aimed at eradicating the Taliban has no end in sight. US President Donald Trump and the American people, if n... Read More


Former Prime Minister's family visits him in the Jail

LAHORE, March 22 -- Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's daughter Maryam Nawaz, mother and brother visited him at Kot Lakhpat Jail here on Thursday. Quite a good number of PML-N workers were also pre... Read More


Western Sahara: Kohler Hopes 2nd Roundtable to Take Same Course As 1st

Rabat, March 22 -- The Deputy Spokesman of the UN Secretary-General Farhan Haq read out a brief statement to the press on Thursday, March 21, about the UN's second roundtable on Western Sahara without... Read More


Education critical to ensure future of forests: UN

Geneva, March 22 -- The United Nations on Friday drew attention to the vital role that forests play in addressing some of the world's greatest environmental challenges and the importance of tackling t... Read More


PM consoles Abrar's parents, voices deep shock at his death

Dhaka, March 22 -- Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Friday consoled the parents of private university student Abrar Ahmed Chowdhury, who was killed in a road accident on Tuesday, as they met her at her... Read More


Asian markets trade mostly lower in early deals on Friday

India, March 22 -- Most of the Asian equity benchmarks are trading in red in the early deals on Friday as caution set in ahead of U.S.-China trade talks in Beijing next week. The Japanese market is lo... Read More


Funds needed to meet needs of vulnerable communities: UNICEF

United Nations, March 22 -- "Urgent and sustained funding" for a Government-led response to what is now a "massive and protracted" humanitarian crisis across the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC)... Read More