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    Different Means Of Communication In Pakistan Iman

  • LITERARY NOTES: Remembering Krishan Chander and Akhter-ul-Iman

    Both have recently come up with special issues, remembering two of Urdu literature’s towering figures: Krishan Chander and Akhter-ul-Iman...

    In these works, gadha, or donkey, symbolizes common man and by depicting its plight Krishan Chander satirizes the political system and social circumstances in India, though this more or less applies to Pakistan, too...

  • Govt allows cross-border communication links

    It will enable long distance and international (LDI) licencees to establish cross-border communication links...

    “Such links may be established using fixed wireline (landline), terrestrial wireless, submarine cables or satellite technologies subject to approval by the Pakistan Telecommunication Autho­ri­ty (PTA) and if necessary, by relevant authorities in neighbouring countries...

  • ‘Stolen’ babies expose lack of communication at Pims

    ISLAMABAD: Although the inquiry into a family’s allegation that their newborn twin boys were stolen and replaced with a baby girl has not yet concluded, doctors and senior officials at the Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (Pims) say the incident has exposed a communication gap in the hospital...

    Pims Vice Chancellor Dr Javed Akram also admitted that the case has highlighted a communication gap and said senior doctors did not...

  • Communication channels between Pakistani, Indian militaries open: DG ISPR Asim Bajwa

    ISLAMABAD: All communication channels between the Indian and Pakistani militaries remain open in wake of tensions that have gripped the South Asian nations over the disputed Kashmir region, Director General Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Asim Bajwa has said...

    "All communication channels including the hotline between the two militaries are open," he told Xinhua news agency in an exclusive interview...

  • Land-based communication link with China opened

    ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nasirul Mulk on Friday inaugurated the Pak-China Optical Fibre Cable project that would serve as the first land-based communication link between Pakistan and China...

    The project that has been completed in two years will help develop the telecom sector in Gilgit-Baltistan region, besides contributing to enhancement of security of the schemes falling under the umbrella of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor...

  • New Delhi's ICJ mistake means Pakistan will approach world court on Kashmir: Former Indian SC judge

    In a Facebook post, Katju, who is also the former chairman of the Press Council of India, was of the opinion that the move had in fact created an opening for Pakistan to approach the ICJ to look at "many other issues", including the Kashmir dispute...

    Voicing his concern about India's decision to approach the ICJ, Katju said the reason why Pakistan did not seriously object to the question of jurisdiction was because it may in fact...

  • Explainer: What joining SCO means for Pakistan

    The Foreign Office hailed Pakistan’s admission in the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) on Friday as “a historic occasion” and “an important foreign policy milestone”...

    Pakistan’s former permanent representative to the United Nations in Geneva, Ambassador Zamir Akram, explains to Dawn the SCO’s evolution, its importance as a regional political and security bloc, and the significance of Pakistan’s membership...

  • Sound byte: ‘Being provoked by Modi means playing into India’s hands’

    Following this admission, many in Pakistan are calling for action against India in the wake of this revelation at the forum of the United Nations...

    However, there are also many in Pakistan who hardly consider these claims new and do not see why the government is making such a fuss about something that a lot of Pakistanis have known and accepted for decades...

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