Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Saturday in a statement extended condolences to the families of those killed in Jerusalem synagogue attack that took place on Friday and claimed atleast 8 lives. He said that Israel's response to the heinous attack will be will be strong, fast and accurate.
Widespread protests swept Afghanistan after Holy Quran was desecrated in parts of Europe like Sweden and the Netherlands. Numerous people condemned the action as they gathered in Kabul and called it against human and Islamic laws, TOLOnews reported on Saturday.
President of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) Csaba Korosi will arrive in India on Sunday, during which he will hold discussions with External Affairs Minister (EAM) S Jaishankar on key multilateral and regional issues of mutual interest.
Fawad is facing sedition charges for publicly "threatening" the members of the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) in a media talk -- was arrested from his Lahore residence on Wednesday after a case was registered against him at the Kohsar Police Station, reported Geo News.
"If you read foreign newspapers, they use words like Hindu Nationalist Government. In America or Europe, they won't say Christian Nationalist... these adjectives are reserved for us. They don't understand that this country is ready to do more with the world and not less with the world," said Jaishankar.
In addition to bilateral relations and geopolitical issues, the content should also deal with energy supply, the economic and social situation and the position of minorities, especially religious minorities.
The objective of the notice for modification is to provide Pakistan with an opportunity to enter into intergovernmental negotiations within 90 days to rectify the material breach of the IWT. This process would also update IWT to incorporate the lessons learned over the last 62 years.
Conservative Member of Parliament for Harrow East, Bob Blackman on Saturday vowed to educate people on the brutal genocide and the atrocities on Kashmiri Pandits that forced them to flee their homes in 1990.
The trial opened at the end of November last year and saw the MQM supremo Altaf Hussain come face-to-face with ex-loyalists now with MQM-Pakistan which was created by the military establishment after August 22. The ex-loyalists are now laying claim to seven properties worth about 10 million pounds.
The security has been withdrawn when Imran Khan is accusing the former president and Pakistan People's Party (PPP) co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari of hatching a conspiracy to assassinate him by giving a contract to a terrorist outfit, Express Tribune newspaper reported.