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  • When disaster strikes: Pakistanis develop solar-powered mobile phone network

    LAHORE: Pakistani researchers have developed a portable, solar-powered mobile phone network for use in disasters like floods and earthquakes when regular communications are often disrupted...

    Researchers at the Information Technology University (ITU) in Lahore, together with a team from the University of California, have developed a prototype "Rescue Base Station" (RBS) for Pakistan ? the country's first emergency telecoms system that...

  • Germany seeking comprehensive 5G mobile network: report

    Germany wants to become the first country to set up a comprehensive 5G mobile network, the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung quoted digital infrastructure minister Alexander Dobrindt as saying in Tuesday's editions...

    "We want Germany to be the leading market for 5G and the first country that will have a blanket 5G network," the newspaper quoted Dobrindt as saying...

  • US says Pakistan failed to act against Taliban, Haqqani Network

    The United States has once again accused Pakistan of not taking significant action against the militant outfits and accusing them of operating from "Pakistan-based safe havens" to threaten the US and Afghan forces in Afghanistan...

    The US State Department, in its annual “Country Reports on Terrorism 2016” released on Wednesday, said Islamabad has failed to take significant action to constrain the ability of the Afghan Taliban and...

  • No terrorist network left capable of operating in Pakistan: Nisar

    ISLAMABAD: Federal Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan on Monday laid out an elaborate progress report on the National Action Plan (NAP), saying that terrorism in the country had been brought down by 70 per cent, adding that no militant network could now operate in Pakistan...

    “Since the start of operation Zarb-i-Azb, we have conducted 11,000 IBOs, with police leading the actions while being supported by intelligence services...

  • Pakistan keen on developing rail network for transit trade: minister

    ISLAMABAD: Minister for Commerce Khurram Dastgir has said that Pakistan is interested in laying new railway tracks and refurbishing existing routes for direct and transit trade with Afghanistan and Iran...

    Speaking to a business delegation from South Africa on Wednesday, the minister said his government is considering railway tracks as trade corridors because they would play a vital role in boosting Pakistan’s exports and facilitate...

  • Pakistan, Haqqani network are not 'friends', says Aizaz Chaudhry

    A day after a top US Central Command official acknowledged Pakistan's efforts against the deadly Haqqani network, Ambassador to the United States (US) Aizaz Ahmed Chaudhry said the Haqqani network is not Pakistan's "friend"...

    The Haqqani network is one of the most dangerous faction in the Afghan Taliban...

  • Kuwait asks Pakistan to upgrade fuel supply network

    ISLAMABAD: Kuwait has asked Pakistan to upgrade its market and fuel supply network to higher grade gas oil, commonly known as High Speed Diesel (HSD), to remain its long-term client...

    Pakistan generally imports half of the country’s diesel requirement from Kuwait under a long-term arrangement between their respective state-run companies — Pakistan State Oil (PSO) and Kuwait Petroleum Company (KPC)...

  • Over 260 fake media outlets set up by Indian network to target Pakistan: report

    KARACHI: A European non-governmental group has uncovered a network of 265 ‘fake’ news outlets managed by an Indian network to influence the European Union and the United Nations with content critical of Pakistan...

    During the investigation, the DisinfoLab found that the fake websites copy-pasted anti-Pakistan content from unusual press agencies and amplified material shared by politicians and obscure think tanks that supported Indian...

  • Indian network behind disinformation campaigns against Pakistan exposed

    KARACHI: A European group has uncovered a network of obscure NGOs and think tanks that assist over 200 ‘fake’ news outlets managed by an Indian network to influence the European Union and the United Nations with content critical of Pakistan...

    The non-governmental group in its initial findings earlier in November had uncovered a network of 265 ‘fake’ news outlets managed by an Indian network to influence the EU and the UN with content...

  • Facebook removes network of accounts, pages ‘operated from Pakistan’

    KARACHI: Facebook has removed 453 Facebook accounts, 103 Pages, 78 groups and 107 Instagram accounts being operated from Pakistan over “coordinated inauthentic behaviour”, it announced on Tuesday...

    In a blog post, the company said it had found the network as part of its internal investigation into suspected coordinated activity in the region...

  • Murad hints at ‘breakthrough’ as police bust militants’ network

    ”Police maintain ambiguity about reported arrest of Ansarul Sharia headThough the police neither confirmed nor denied the news reports on TV channels about the arrest of Ansarul Sharia Pakistan’s chief known as Dr Abdullah Hashmi in a raid on his house in Kaneez Fatima Housing Society, SSP Malir Rao Anwar, who has been actively involved in recent anti-militant operations, made a few claims lending strength to the reports of such a...

  • Congress approves bill delinking Haqqani network from LeT

    WASHINGTON: The US Congress has passed the bill that requires Pakistan to work with the Afghan and American forces to destroy the Haqqani network but leaves Lashkar-e-Taiba out (LeT)...

    The NDA 2018 also provides $700 million for reimbursing Pakistan for monitoring the Pak-Afghan border but withholds half of the amount...

  • Army won’t act against Haqqani network, says Samiul Haq

    ISLAMABAD: Defence of Pakistan Council (DPC) chief Maulana Samiul Haq said on Wednesday that the Pakistan Army would not take any action against the Haqqani network...

    Addressing a press conference at the National Press Club, where he lambasted US President Donald Trump’s recent remarks about Pakistan, he said that those he was affiliated with “were still fighting the Americans in Afghanistan”...

  • Pentagon persuades Congress to delink LeT from Haqqani network

    On Thursday, Congress passed a bill, which includes $700 million for Pakistan reimbursement for deploying forces along the Pak-Afghan border, but withheld half the amount...

    To receive the withheld amount, Pakistan has to take demonstrable action against the Haqqani network, which Washing­ton says still has hideouts in Fata and uses them for launching attacks inside Afghanistan...

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