ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has expressed serious concern about the inauguration of Kishanganga Hydroelectric Project (KHEP). Foreign Office in a statement said Pakistan believes that the inauguration of the project without the resolution of the dispute is tantamount to violation of the Indus Waters Treaty (IWT). Despite several rounds of bilateral negotiations as well as mediations under the auspices of the World Bank, India continued with the construction of the project. This intransigence on part of India clearly threatens…
KARACHI: A masters student of Karachi University was allegedly deprived of first position despite securing highest marks with no explanation from varsity's examination department, ARY News reported. According to ARY News correspondent, the marks sheet released by the university's examination department shows Syed Muhammad Fahd as the highest scorer with 673 marks in MA Politics 2017 examinations but his name is nowhere among position holders. جامعہ کراچی کے شعبہ امتحانات میں سنگین غلطی pic.twitter.com/CPaRSzmRpa —…
ISLAMABAD: Railways Minister Khawaja Saad Rafique on Friday appealed from masses to not to take the politicians seriously who presented things in exaggerated manners, ARY News reported. It’s a normal thing for us to sling mud on each other and we politicians are good at it, he said smilingly adding that you should not take it seriously, though, at the same time he admitted, we (politicians) are not as bad as we are assumed. “Pakistan has achieved a lot in its 70 years of democratic struggle. Democracy lies in its…
KARACHI: A series of meetings and consultations have set off as the issue of extension of duration of Rangers special powers in Karachi has become prolonged and serious, ARY News reported.
GENEVA: The start of a new round of peace talks on the Syrian war has been pushed back by two days so that U.N. mediator Staffan de Mistura can travel to Damascus and Tehran to sound out their position on a political transition, the envoy said on Thursday.
WASHINGTON: US President Barack Obama has urged Pakistan to show it is "serious" about crushing extremist networks operating on its territory, saying the latest mass killing of students underlined the need for more decisive action.
NEW DELHI: India's cricket chiefs could take "serious action" against the West Indies, including possibly refusing to play a return series, for abandoning their tour because of an internal payment dispute, a top official said Saturday.