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

US Tests Anti-missile Defence System

US Tests Anti-missile Defence System
US Tests Anti-missile Defence System WASHINGTON: The United States successfully shot down an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) using its own upgraded long-range interceptor missile on Tuesday. The Missile Defense Agency launched a ground-based interceptor from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California to intercept a US-launched mock ICBM target over the Pacific Ocean, said US defence official. The US Missile Defence... Read More

Death toll from mudslides, floods exceeds 200 in Sri Lanka

Death toll from mudslides, floods exceeds 200 in Sri Lanka
COLOMBO: The death toll from mudslides and floods in Sri Lanka has exceeded  200, with 96 others missing, the government said Wednesday. The Disaster Management Center said that 202 people were confirmed dead. More than 77,000 have been displaced and over 1,500 homes destroyed since rains began swamping the southern and western areas of the Indian Ocean island nation last Friday. Sri Lanka’s army, navy... Read More

Pakistan strongly condemns Kabul terrorist attack

Pakistan strongly condemns Kabul terrorist attack
Kabul Terrorist Attack News ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has strongly condemned the terrorist attack in Kabul that killed at least 90 people and injured over 300 on Wednesday. Pakistan is a victim of terrorism and thus it better understands the pain and agony that such incidents inflict upon the people and society, a statement issued by  Foreign Office here said. Expressing sympathies with... Read More

Sri Lanka monsoon toll climbs to 164

Sri Lanka monsoon toll climbs to 164
COLOMBO: Sri Lanka’s monsoon toll climbed to 164 with the discovery of more bodies of people buried in landslides triggered by intense rains, the Disaster Management Centre (DMC) said Monday. Friday’s deluge also caused the island’s worst flooding in 14 years and drove nearly half a million people out of their inundated homes in the southern and western regions. The... Read More

North Korea test fores short-range ballistic missile

North Korea test fores short-range ballistic missile
PYONGYANG: North Korea test fired a short-range ballistic missile early Monday morning that landed in the sea off its east coast. South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said in a statement that the “unidentified ballistic missile, was fired from the coastal city of Wonsan. The statement said South Korean and US experts are analysing the event for further detail. Japanese Prime... Read More

Complete shutdown being observed in Occupied Kashmir today

Complete shutdown being observed in Occupied Kashmir today
ISLAMABAD: Complete shutdown, marked by curfew and other restrictions, is being observed in the Indian occupied Kashmir today, against the killing of top commander of Hizbul Mujahideen, Sabzar Ahmed Butt and 11 other youth by Indian troops. According to KMS, all shops and other business establishments are closed while traffic is off the road. A two-day strike is being observed... Read More

GE signs $15 billion of Saudi deals, MoUs during Trump visit

GE signs $15 billion of Saudi deals, MoUs during Trump visit
RIYADH: US conglomerate General Electric (GE) said it signed agreements and memorandums of understanding worth $15 billion with Saudi Arabia on Saturday during President Donald Trump s visit to the oil-rich kingdom. The Boston-headquartered firm said the agreements were inked in the presence of King Salman and Trump, who has chosen Saudi Arabia for his first foreign trip since taking office... Read More

US, Saudi companies sign business deals worth tens of billions of dollars

US, Saudi companies sign business deals worth tens of billions of dollars
RIYADH: United States and Saudi Arabian companies signed business deals worth tens of billions of dollars on Saturday during a visit by President Donald Trump, as Riyadh seeks help to develop its economy beyond oil. National oil firm Saudi Aramco said it signed $50 billion of agreements with US firms. Energy minister Khalid al-Falih said deals involving all companies totalled... Read More
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