Terrorism reigns in Pakistan, Imran Khan surrounded on Lahore blasts: Nawaz Sharif

Islamabad : Pakistan is a haven of terrorism. Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif also accepted this truth on Friday. He said that terrorism is again raising its head in Pakistan due to wrong policies of Prime Minister Imran Khan. Let us tell you that three people were killed and many others were injured in an… Continue reading Terrorism reigns in Pakistan, Imran Khan surrounded on Lahore blasts: Nawaz Sharif

Debt of 1 lakh 75 thousand rupees on every Pakistani, Bangladesh’s GDP ahead of Pakistan

Islamabad : After coming into existence, Pakistan has never been in a very good position economically. But after Imran Khan took over the power of the country, its stars came into the limelight. Imran Khan has not only made Pakistan pauper but has put billions of dollars in debt on it. Pakistan has now become… Continue reading Debt of 1 lakh 75 thousand rupees on every Pakistani, Bangladesh’s GDP ahead of Pakistan

Justice Ayesha Malik became the first woman judge of the Supreme Court of Pakistan

1 hour ago Foreign Islamabad: Justice Ayesha Malik (55) of the Lahore High Court will be the first woman judge of the Supreme Court of Pakistan. This is an important moment in the judicial history of a conservative Muslim country like Pakistan. According to a notification issued by the Law Ministry, President Arif Alvi has… Continue reading Justice Ayesha Malik became the first woman judge of the Supreme Court of Pakistan

One thousand drones will be performed in the sky at the Beating the Retreat ceremony

New Delhi: The light show of 1,000 drones at the Beating the Retreat ceremony on January 29 will darken the sky, Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Science and Technology Jitendra Singh said on Friday. He said that India would be the fourth country after China, Russia and the UK to demonstrate at such… Continue reading One thousand drones will be performed in the sky at the Beating the Retreat ceremony

India, America, Australia and Japan will jointly crack down on China

Tokyo, January 22 (H.S.). The four major countries of the world, America, India, Australia and Japan will conduct a joint campaign to encircle China at the international level. The leaders of these four countries will jointly plan a strategy to crack down on China at the proposed Quadrilateral Security Dialogue (Quad) summit in Japan’s capital… Continue reading India, America, Australia and Japan will jointly crack down on China

Earthquake tremors in Alaska, US, no tsunami threat

Alaska, January 22 (US). There has been a strong earthquake in the US state of Alaska. The quake, which measured 6.2 on the Richter scale, scared people, although the Meteorological Department has ruled out a tsunami threat. On Saturday, strong earthquake tremors were felt in the coastal island of Alaska in the western US state… Continue reading Earthquake tremors in Alaska, US, no tsunami threat

India to give $ 500 million loan to Sri Lanka for fuel purchase

48 seconds ago Foreign Colombo : India has announced a line of credit of $ 500 million to Sri Lanka, which is facing currency and energy crisis, for the purchase of petroleum products. The Indian High Commission in Colombo said on Tuesday that External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar has written a letter to Sri Lankan… Continue reading India to give $ 500 million loan to Sri Lanka for fuel purchase

Even at the age of 35, a person walks around wearing a diaper, tells everyone proudly, the reason is shocking

Washington: You have given diapers to many children till now (Kids Diaper) must have seen wearing. Whenever their parents take their young children out somewhere, they make them wear diapers. But today we are telling you about a person who wears a diaper wherever he goes. The special thing is that he puts every photo… Continue reading Even at the age of 35, a person walks around wearing a diaper, tells everyone proudly, the reason is shocking

United Nations to help displaced people in Syria

United Nations: The United States and its allies are helping more than one million displaced people suffering from severe winter weather in settlements in northern Syria. This information was given by the Office of the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA). Snowfall, rain and severe winter weather across the north are adding to the misery of… Continue reading United Nations to help displaced people in Syria