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  • Hashmi says social media pics of his ‘torture’ are old

    He alleged that certain Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf circles by rejoicing at the “fake news” of his torture on social media were giving an impression that whosoever would take a “clear stand” regarding democratic values would meet the same fate...

    Eulogises army, ISIHe said he was struggling for the “honour of Pakistan”...

  • IS claims Tunisia seaside massacre

    PORT KANTAOUI: The Islamic State group on Saturday claimed responsibility for a massacre in a Tunisian seaside resort that killed nearly 40 people, most of them British tourists, in the worst attack in the country's recent history...

    Witnesses described scenes of panic after the shooting at the hotel on the outskirts of Sousse, about 140 kilometres south of the capital Tunis...

  • Shaken tourists flee Tunisia after seaside massacre

    PORT KANTAOUI: Planeloads of shocked foreign tourists flew out of Tunisia on Saturday after a beachside massacre claimed by the self-styled Islamic State killed 38 people and prompted a major security clampdown...

    The impoverished North African nation, bracing for a devastating blow to tourism, announced plans to deploy troops at vulnerable sites and shut dozens of mosques accused of inciting extremism
  • Tunisia flaunts seaside security year after beach massacre

    HAMMAMET: Policemen on horseback amble among the sunbathers and new metal detectors dot hotel entrances in Tunisia as the North African country seeks to bring back tourists a year after a seaside massacre...

    Today, we sell sunshine, beaches and security,” says Anis Souissi, who manages a seaside hotel south of Tunis...

  • Pakistan lags behind in human capital development: WEF

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan is among the world’s 38 per cent countries which are facing a ‘talent crisis’, thus falling short of fully realising people’s economic potential at all stages of economic development largely due to unemployment and ineffective deployment of skills throughout the workforce...

    The ‘Human Capital Report 2017’ released by the Davos-based World Economic Forum (WEF) says these failures to translate investment in...

  • Tension simmers between Pakistan, India interior ministers at Saarc meet in capital

    ISLAMABAD: The interior ministers of both Pakistan and India made critical remarks apparently aimed at each other’s governments on the second day of a Saarc conference here on Thursday, as tensions between the two neighbouring countries run high in the aftermath of weeks-long violence in India-held Kashmir...

    “There are no good terrorists or bad terrorists,” said Rajnath Singh in his address, referring to earlier criticism the Indian...

  • Pakistan’s water scarce capital

    ISLAMABAD: Tahir Mehmood, a resident of Sector I-10 is among thousands of residents of the federal capital, facing water shortages since the summer hit its peak...

    Although this year the capital and adjoining areas received ample rain, raising water levels in reservoirs which supply water to residential areas, residents continued to face shortages...

  • Pakistan condemns US move to recognise Al Quds as Israeli capital

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Wednesday joined the international community in expressing its strong opposition and condemnation of the US decision to recognise the occupied city of Al Quds Al Sharif / Jerusalem as the so-called capital of Israel and the plan to relocate the American embassy there...

    Pakistan shares the international outrage and is deeply concerned over the implications of this decision for international peace and security,...

  • Military parade in capital marks Pakistan Day

    A military parade to mark Pakistan Day is being held at Shakarparian in Islamabad as the nation celebrates the day with zeal and fervour on Friday...

    Pakistan Day commemorates the passing of the Lahore Resolution on March 23, 1940, when the All-India Muslim League demanded a separate nation for the Muslims of the British Indian Empire...

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