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100 Days of Khan

We shall never fight any ‘imposed war’ again inside Pakistan, says PM Imran

RAWALPINDI: Underlining the matchless sacrifices rendered by Pakistani nation in the war on terror, Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday said the state would never fight any 'imposed war' again inside its territory, ARY News reported. “No other country or armed forces have done what Pakistan and its armed forces have done in the war against terrorism. "We have fought an imposed war inside our country at a very heavy cost of sweat, blood and economic disadvantage. We shall not fight any such war again inside Pakistan,”…

Economic Advisory Council approves framework for protection of society’s vulnerable segments

ISLAMABAD: The Economic Advisory Council meeting chaired by Prime Minister Imran Khan here on Sunday approved a Social Protection Framework to ensure that vulnerable segments of society are protected. "The comprehensive framework aims at overcoming the challenges of poverty, health, stunted growth, education and enabling the youth realise their potential and extricate themselves out of generational poverty traps," said a press release. Imran Khan has also approved the policy recommendations for a Medium Term Structural…

PM Imran to inaugurate four new trains today via video link

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan will inaugurate four new trains of Pakistan Railways on Friday (today) through video link, ARY News reported. As per spokesperson of the Pakistan railways, the four more trains will be added to the department’s fleet today after inauguration by the premier, including Sindh Express, Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai Express, Faisalabad Express and Rehman Baba Express. Sindh express will run between the route of Karachi to Sukkur, Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai express will be plied between Karachi…

PM’s Office receives over 100,000 complaints through mobile app

ISLAMABAD: The prime minister's special assistant Iftikhar Durrani on Thursday said more than 100,000 complaints have been received by the PM's Office through Prime Minister Complaint Cell. Speaking at a news conference in Islamabad, he said around 84,000 complaints were yet to be addressed, while around 16,000 had been resolved. Mr Durrani said most of the complaints received through the app were about municipal services. Out of 16,770 complaints resolved so far, 6,303 were about the energy sector, he added. Prime…

Govt to announce national policy on poverty alleviation on Nov 25

ISLAMABAD: Another commendable initiative of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government as Prime Minister Imran Khan has decided to announce the national policy on poverty alleviation on November 25.  According to details, the concerned authorities have started preparation on emergency basis as PM Khan is due to announce the measures to curb poverty after three days. The poverty reduction models of Malaysia and China will be considered while drafting a policy for Pakistan, sources said. The awaited policy will be…

Another ‘successful’ state visit: PM Imran reaches Pakistan from Malaysia

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan reached home after concluding the state visit of Malaysia on Wednesday with an upward trajectory in bilateral relations.  According to details, the Malaysian visit appeared to be another 'successful' official tour of PM Khan after Saudi Arabi, China and United Arab Emirates. Malaysian Premier reached the airport to bid farewell to PM Khan where the latter also received a guard of honor. As per the Foreign Office, this was the first state visit by any foreign leader since Dr…

Shireen Mazari releases report on 100-day performance of human rights ministry

ISLAMABAD: As the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government approaches its 100-day mark this week, Minister for Human Rights Shireen Mazari on Tuesday released a report showing performance of her ministry within the first 100 days of the government. The report outlines the ministry’s key functions, architecture, legislative milestones, international milestones, UN reports, and National Action Plan. The ministry so far drafted nine bills during the period of 100 days, which includes Zainab Alert Bill, Corporal…

PM Imran emphasizes on need to incentivize tourism industry    

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran khan on Monday emphasized on need to incentivize and facilitate the tourism industry while removing all the bottlenecks and hurdles impeding the promotion of tourism in the country. Presiding over a meeting of National Task Force on Tourism, PM Imran directed to ensure environmental protection and cultural preservation while undertaking tourism related projects in tourist areas of the country. According to a statement released from the ministry, he stressed to bring tourism to the center…

PM Imran, Trump engage in Twitter war

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan in a latest tirade against US President Donald Trump said Pakistan had suffered enough in the US war on terror and now it would do what was best for its people, ARY News reported. In response to Trump's accusation against Pakistan, Imran Khan said the US president's false assertions added insult to the injury Pakistan had suffered in the US war on terror in terms of lives lost and destabilised and economic costs. "He needs to be informed about historical facts. Pakistan has suffered…

‘US aid was a miniscule $20 bn’: PM Imran hits back at Trump

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday hit back at President Donald Trump’s fresh tirade against Pakistan, saying that instead of making Islamabad a scapegoat for US failures, the Trump administration should do a serious assessment of why the Taliban are stronger in Afghanistan than before, ARY News reported. A day after the US president fired off a new tirade at Islamabad, the prime minister took to Twitter, saying: “Instead of making Pakistan a scapegoat for their failures, the US should do a serious…