Monday, 23 September 2019

Asia

Burhan Wani’s sacrifice is testimony against Indian atrocities: COAS

ISLAMABAD: On first death anniversary of Kashmiri rebel fighter, Burhan Wani, Pakistan Army Chief stated that sacrifices by Wani and many generations are testimony of their resolve against Indian brutalities. “Kashmiris hv rt of self determination.Sacrifices of #BurhanWani & generations agst Indian atrocities are a testimony of their resolve”COAS pic.twitter.com/BP7xU2kL1M ...

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Mumbai: Three men gang rape college girl in moving car

MUMBAI: While on her way to college on Thursday morning, a 20-year-old girl was allegedly kidnapped and raped by three men near Charkop area. According to sources, the incident occurred in sector number five. A police source said, “According to the victim’s statement, three men arrived at the spot in ...

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China cancels Xi-Modi meet at G20 summit amid border stand-off

BEIJING has cancelled an upcoming bilateral meeting of its President Xi Jinping with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi amid a stand-off between the troops of both countries near the trisection of China, India and Bhutan borders. Chinese foreign ministry officials on Thursday said the ‘atmosphere’ was ‘not right’ for a ...

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PM Narendra Modi launches commemorative coins and stamps

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi released coins and a stamp on Mahatma Gandhi’s spiritual guide, Shrimad Rajchandraji, at the Sabarmati Ashram here. He released a commemorative first-day cover and a stamp of Rs 5 and coins of Rs 150 and Rs 10 denominations to mark the 150th birth anniversary of ...

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Pakistan Navy receives seven Sea King helicopters from UK

KARACHI: The Pakistan Navy has received seven Sea King helicopters that were purchased from the United Kingdom. The helicopters were formally handed over to Pakistan Navy, in a ceremony attended by Syed Ibne Abbas, Pakistan High Commissioner to the UK. Christopher Bob Richardson represented the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) ...

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India using chemical ammunition in Kashmir

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has expressed grave concern over the use of ammunition containing chemical agents by Indian forces to kill Kashmiris and destroy their properties in Indian Occupied Kashmir. “If use of chemicals in the ammunition is confirmed, then it would constitute a serious violation of international norms and India’s international ...

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Pakistan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan pledge to enhance ties

DUSHANBE: Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif on Thursday attended the tripartite meeting with Tajikistan President Emomali Rahmon and Afghan President Muhammad Ashraf Ghani in Dushanbe. “During the meeting held in a sincere, cordial and friendly atmosphere, the leaders discussed the ways of further strengthening and development of trilateral and multilateral ...

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Flood death toll worsens in India’s Assam

ASSAM: The death toll from worsening monsoon floods in India’s Assam state has hit 18 with hundreds of thousands in makeshift camps and no letup in the deluge, officials said Thursday. “Monsoons are still ongoing. There are fresh developments every hour,” Rajib Prakash Barua, a senior Assam State Disaster Management ...

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APHC welcomes Khamenei’s statement in support for Kashmir freedom

SRINAGAR: Syed Ali Gilani the Chairman of All Parties Hurriyet Conference ( APHC), has welcomed Iranian supreme leader, Ayatollah Khamenei’s statement in which he uphold to the Kashmir cause on Thursday 6 July, 2017. Syed Ali Gilani in a statement termed Ayatollah Khamenei’s support to the Kashmir freedom movement as ...

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Remember 1962 defeat, withdraw troops: China warns India

SIKKIM: China responded to Indian threats with a stern warning, Learn from 1962 defeat and stop clamouring for war. According to the spokesperson of the Peoples Liberation Army (PLA), Beijing has reacted sharply to Indian Army chief’s recent statement in which he said that India was ready to take on ...

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