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  • Somali extremists use Donald Trump clip to recruit followers

    MOGADISHU: Al Qaeda’s East African affiliate has released a recruitment video targeting American blacks and Muslims that includes a clip of presidential candidate Donald Trump calling for Muslims to be banned from entering the United States...

    The clip of Trump on the campaign trail consists of his infamous proposal for the “total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States” to protect the country...

  • MQM legislators pay little heed to audio clip appeal for resignations

    KARACHI: Amid scepticism about the authenticity of an audio clip posted on the social media on Friday exactly a month after the incendiary speech of London-based Muttahida Qaumi Movement supremo Altaf Hussain, MQM lawmakers were asked to tender mass resignations and seek a fresh mandate though the recording failed to get any serious response from the parliamentarians who say they no longer recognise him as their leader...

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  • Govt-proposed amendment to clip powers of energy regulators

    ISLAMABAD: The government is contemplating bringing an amendment to the National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra) Act 1997 to make it binding on the regulator to implement policy guidelines of the federal government...

    Informed sources told Dawn that a draft amendment to the Nepra Act has been circulated to the stakeholders concerned for comments before it could be tabled before the Council of Common Interests (CCI) for...
  • Digital banking growing at a rapid clip: SBP

    KARACHI: Digital channels have been rapidly replacing paper-based transactions as payments through Pakistan Real-Time Interbank Settlement Mechanism in the third quarter of FY18 stood at Rs90...

    The State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) on Monday issued Payment Systems Review January-March, 2018 providing details about the fast growth of digital transactions in the country...

  • TV channel fined over malicious video clip

    ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra) has imposed Rs1 million fine on News One TV channel for airing ‘malicious’ content against National Accountability Bureau (NAB) chairman retired Justice Javed Iqbal on May 23...

  • Move to clip president’s power to promulgate ordinances

    ISLAMABAD: As controversy over what the opposition calls attempt by the PTI government to ‘rule through ordinances’ continues, former Senate chairman Mian Raza Rabbani sought an amendment to the law dealing with power of the president to promulgate ordinances...

    Through a private member’s bill submitted to the Senate Secretariat, Mr Rabbani has sought to add two provisos to Article 89 of the Constitution, which allows the president to...
  • Afghanistan needs to abandon 'anti-Pakistan lens': DG ISPR

    Director General (DG) Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Major General Asif Ghafoor in an interview with a private TV channel on Tuesday called for Afghanistan to abandon its 'anti-Pakistan lens' and devise policies with Pakistan through an 'Afghan lens'...

    Ghafoor's statements come as Pakistan steps up a crackdown against militancy through Operation Raddul Fasaad after a recent surge in terror attacks across the country, with top...

  • Saving the dying birds with the lens

    With 12 solo shows, in various countries, including the UK, Sweden, the US, Czech Republic, Oman and a couple of shows in Pakistan to his credit, Mr Sulemani has been practising photography for more than a decade...

    His exhibitions have worked like ambassador for the country, for several western photographers, inspired by his works, have visited Pakistan...

  • Italy’s passion captured through the lens

    The black and white photos were shot on 35mm film format and the colour photographs on digital format with a 50mm lens...

    ”Bellini’s work has been published in the Washington Post, Guardian and Der Speigel, and he has previously visited and photographed in Pakistan...

  • Baltistan through my lens

    The past couple of years have brought a positive boom in Pakistan’s tourism industry...

    Perched at an altitude of 8200ft and surrounded by snow-capped mountains, it is considered to be one of the most beautiful lakes of Pakistan...

  • Revisting Pindi through the lens

    RAWALPINDI: The narrow streets and alleys of the garrison city came alive with the sound of clicking cameras and astonished tourists, as participants of a one-of-a-kind photo walk strolled through the old city on Friday...

    Rawalpindi is a town with a rich heritage and culture and the city has a feel of its own
  • Roving through Karachi: one lens at a time

    KARACHI: This city is no stranger to excellent photographers and many of its famous buildings have attracted professional lensmen...

    However, the exhibition ‘I am Karachi Museum’ held at the Alliance Francaise presented different angles of the city saved in a photograph taken by amateur photographers from all corners of the city
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