Chinese Naval ships depart after four-day goodwill visit

Chinese Naval ships depart after four-day goodwill visit
Chinese Naval Ships Departure News KARACHI: The fleet of three Chinese naval ships concluded its four-day training and good will visit to Pakistan today. According to a spokesman of Pakistan Navy, the ships, including Chang Chin, Jing Zhong, and Chao hua were part of China Navy’s Task Force. It was led by Deputy Commander of the Eastern Ship Rear Admiral... Read More

Pakistan Navy continues to provide humanitarian assistance in Sri Lanka

Pakistan Navy continues to provide humanitarian assistance in Sri Lanka
Pakistan Navy Help Sri Lanka KARACHI: Pakistan Navy continues to provide humanitarian assistance through its ship Zulfiqar in the flood-hit areas in Sri Lanka.  Pakistan Navy has also established medical camps at various locations across the affected area to treat local people. Reportedly, 183 people have been killed and a million displaced in the floods. Read More

Bilawal holds federal govt responsible for power crisis

Bilawal holds federal govt responsible for power crisis
KARACHI: Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has termed the present government responsible of power crisis, which gripped the country for several years. Addressing the inaugural ceremony of power plant at Nooriabad Bilawal said that when people of Sindh staged protest over long load shedding the power minister called them thief. He added that the Nooriabad power project... Read More

Protest against massive power crisis gripped Karachi

Protest against massive power crisis gripped Karachi
Karachi Load Shedding Protest KARACHI: The long and unscheduled load shedding enforced the people to take the streets as whole day protests demonstrations witnessed  in the city, however people’s anger went in vain and load shedding reign continues. The people of Natha Khan Goth, Gulistan-e-Jouhar and Landhi came out on roads and staged protest with roads block and burnt tyres.... Read More

Organisations hit by global cyberattack

Organisations hit by global cyberattack
NEW YORK: A huge range of organisations around the world have been affected by the WannaCry ransomware cyberattack, described by the EU’s law enforcement agency as “unprecedented”. Here are some of the most prominent victims, from Britain’s National Health Service (NHS) to French carmaker Renault and the Russian interior ministry. – NHS – The British public health service – the... Read More

Pakistan, China sign several agreements in Beijing

Pakistan, China sign several agreements in Beijing
Pakistan China Agreements Update BEIJING: Pakistan and China have signed various agreements in Beijing on Saturday. Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif and his Chinese counterpart Li Keqiang witnessed the ceremony. Federal Ministers, Advisor on Foreign Affairs and Chief Ministers of all four provinces were present on the occasion. Earlier, the Prime Minister held meeting with his Chinese counterpart. Nawaz Sharif... Read More

Indonesia lauds Pakistan Navy’s efforts to maintain regional pece

Indonesia lauds Pakistan Navy’s efforts to maintain regional pece
ISLAMABAD: Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah met with Commandant Marine Corps, Major General Bambang Suwantono, and Commandant Western Fleet Command, Rear Admiral Aan Kumia of Indonesia while on an official visit to Indonesia, a press release by the Navy’s media wing said. Upon his arrival at Marines Base and Western Fleet Command Headquarters, Admiral Zakaullah was presented... Read More

Hajj advisory body reviews arrangements for pilgrims

Hajj advisory body reviews arrangements for pilgrims
MAKKAH: Federal Minister for Religious Affairs Sardar Muhammad Yousaf has said that the government has made special arrangements for the Hajj pilgrims this year, Business92 reported. A meeting of the Hajj Advisory committee was held in Makkah, with Minister for Religious Affairs and Interfaith Harmony Sardar Muhammad Yousaf in the chair. The meeting reviewed Hajj arrangements and facilities for Hujjaj. Director... Read More
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