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  • Vultures born in Changa Manga conservation centre

    KARACHI: Two chicks born to critically endangered white-backed vultures at the Changa Manga Vulture Conservation Cen-tre, located about 80km from Lahore, are six weeks old now, the World Wide Fund for Nature-Pakistan (WWF-P) reported on Thursday...

    The population of the white-backed vulture, Gyps bengalensis, has been on a decline and more than 90 per cent of its historic geographic range in Pakistan, India and Nepal has been lost...

  • 13 killed as van plunges into canal near Changa Manga

    KASUR: At least 13 passengers, including four women and a child, drowned when a passenger van plunged into a canal near Changa Manga on Saturday...

    According to details shared by police, the van was heading towards Pattoki from Chhanga Manga when it skidded off a bridge near Waan Aadan due to tyre burst and fell into Balloki-Sulemanki Link Canal...

  • Pak High Commissioner to India meets PM to discuss Indo-Pak relations

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan High Commissioner to India Abdul Basit called upon Nawaz Sharif in Islamabad on Wednesday for a briefing on the state of Pakistan-India relations...

    The High Commissioner to India also briefed Foreign Office officials about the future of Pak-India relations in light of recent developments between the two countries...

  • Pakistan aware of India's campaign against China-Pak Economic Corridor: FO

    ISLAMABAD: Following a series of statements by military and civilian leaders regarding Indian involvement in terrorist activities in Pakistan, Foreign Office spokesperson Qazi Khalilullah said Thursday that Pakistan is "well aware of India's alleged plans to sabotage the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project and its campaign against the corridor"...

    Responding to a series of questions regarding the recent statements made by...

  • PAK v SL: Silva, Sangakkara defy Pakistan in first Test

    GALLE: Sri Lanka's opener Kaushal Silva frustrated Pakistan with an unbeaten 80 when the rain-hit first Test finally got underway on the scheduled second day in Galle on Thursday...

    Veteran Kumar Sangakkara chipped in with 50 to leave the hosts on 178 for three at stumps after Pakistan captain Misbah-ul Haq elected to field first on an easy-paced pitch...

  • Onus of improving Indo-Pak ties lies more on Pakistan, says Jaitley

    NEW YORK: Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has said that India is interested in improving relationship with Pakistan, however progress of bilateral relations depends on the kind of “provocation” that comes from Pakistan, according to a report published on The Hindu website...

    On a ten day visit to US, Jaitley said at the Council on Foreign Relations, a New York-based think-tank, that the onus of creating an environment for...

  • India–Pak foreign secretaries meet: Pakistan reaffirms Kashmir as core issue

    NEW DELHI: Kashmir remains a core issue that requires a “just solution under United Nations Security Council (UNSC) resolutions and wishes of the people of the valley”, Pakistan Foreign Secretary Aizaz Chaudhry told his Indian counterpart here on Tuesday...

    Foreign Office spokesman Nafees Zakaria said during the meeting between the Indo-Pak foreign secretaries on the sidelines of the Heart of Asia conference in New Delhi on Tuesday,...

  • Pakistan High Commissioner allowed travel for Pak vs Ind T20 clash

    KOLKATA: Pakistan High Commissioner in New Delhi Abdul Basit was granted a visa to travel to Kolkata for a World T20 stand off between Pakistan and India scheduled for March 19, ANI reported...

    A total of 17 applications were submitted by diplomats and officials, including the Pakistani High Commissioner, but only one diplomat had been allowed to watch the Pakistan-Bangladesh match on Wednesday, a spokesman for the Pakistan High...

  • Staff of Pak-Turk schools told to leave Pakistan by 20th

    ISLAMABAD: Ahead of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s visit to Pakistan, the interior ministry has asked the Turkish staff of Pak-Turk schools and colleges to leave the country by Nov 20...

    In August, Pakistan had promised Turkey’s visiting Foreign Minister Mevlut Çavusoglu that it would look into affairs of the chain Ankara wanted to be closed for its alleged links with US-based cleric Fethullah Gulen...

  • Pak-Turk school staffers move IHC against orders to leave Pakistan

    The management of Pak-Turk Schools on Wednesday moved the Islamabad High Court (IHC) against the interior ministry's orders directing school staffers to leave Pakistan by Nov 20...

    In his petition, Alamgir Khan, chairman of the educational network, pleaded with the court to set aside the interior ministry's orders and grant permission to employees of the network to stay in Pakistan till completion of the ongoing educational session by...

  • Security forces kill ten terrorists near Pak-Afghan border

    PESHAWAR: Ten terrorists were killed by security forces in Shonkrai near the Pak-Afghan border in Mohmand Agency early on Sunday, said a statement from the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR)...

    According to the ISPR, at 1:30am, a group of 10-15 terrorists attempted to sneak into Pakistan territory...

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