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  • Conflict resolution thru’ non-state actors breeds disorder: Hina Khar

    Ms Khar said after earlier interventions in the world, price was paid by the countries like Pakistan and Iran who had to deal with refugees with the world lecturing them on their responsibility but after the recent conflicts, refugees started knocking at the door of the orderly world which behaved in a very different way...

    The al-Qaeda, Taliban and militant Islamic State groups were created by the extremist thought inculcated in...

  • Visitors to cattle market face inconvenience

    ISLAMABAD: The residents of the federal capital suffered lots of inconvenience while visiting the cattle market...

    Last year, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) set up a temporary sacrificial animal market in Sector I-12 but the cattle sellers reached Sector I-11 and refused to leave the area...

  • China's panda diplomacy puts a smile on 'best friend' Putin's face

    Xi unveiled the pandas - Ru Yi and Ding Ding - after talks with Putin whom he called his “best friend” at the start of a three-day visit that will see him attend Russia’s flagship economic forum in St Petersburg later this week...

    Putin is my best friend and a good colleague,” Xi said in comments published on the Kremlin’s website...

  • Illegal fruit and cattle markets in Peshawar to be removed

    PESHAWAR: The Peshawar district administration has fixed April 17 as the deadline for removal of illegal fruit, cattle markets and plazas along the railways track and other encroachments in the limits of Karkhano market, and warned to take stern action against the traders not complying with the order...

    He asked the people to remove the structures by themselves or face action...

  • CDA unable to close old cattle market

    The civic agency, which established the temporary cattle market at Sector 1-12/2 this year, seems helpless in removing the animal sellers from the old market at Sector I-11...

    The application stated: “The CDA has established a municipal cattle market in Sector 1-12/2 to facilitate citizens in buying sacrificial animals...

  • Cattle market sales yet to pick up

    According to managers, sales at the city’s two cattle markets, one set up in Hazarkhwani area along Ring Road and the other on GT Road in Nasirpur area, are lower than those of last year...

    Every day, dozens of trucks carrying sacrificial animals reach the two cattle markets from different parts of the country...

  • Sindh bans cattle markets except at designated places

    KARACHI: The Sindh government, in exercise of powers conferred on it by Section 144(6) of the Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC), on Tuesday imposed a ban on establishing of cattle markets within the local limits or jurisdiction of the Karachi Division except at designated places with immediate effect until Sept 4, said an official handout issued here...

    It said the designated places where cattle markets could be established are...

  • Cattle for widows in Gujrat’s rural areas

    GUJRAT: As many as 1,000 widows will get free-of-cost cattle such as buffaloes, cows and sheep under a special scheme of the Punjab government...

    Punjab Minister for Housing Malik Tanveer Aslam gave cattle to 250 widows at a ceremony at the Zahoor Elahi cricket stadium on Tuesday...

  • Cattle pens to be shifted out of Peshawar

    PESHAWAR: The Municipal Corporation of Peshawar has decided to shift cattle pens out of the provincial capital to an open place...

    The official said the municipal corporation gave two weeks to owners to shift cattle pens out of the city to prevent crackdown...

  • Cattle traders clash with police

    MIRPURKHAS: Several people were injured when a strong contingent of police used force to dislodge a large number of cattle traders from the Hameedpura Colony animal market along Ring Road on Tuesday...

    Police moved in when cattle traders defied the local administration’s order to shift the animal market out of the city...

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