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JUST-IN: Tinubu Receives Greek, Egyptian, Pakistan Envoys

JUST-IN: Tinubu Receives Greek, Egyptian, Pakistan Envoys

President Bola Tinubu, on Friday received letters of credence from Ambassadors from Egypt, Greece and Pakistan recently posted to Nigeria. The colourful ceremony held in the Presidential villa, Abuja afforded the President the opportunity to…

Pakistan Ex-PM Bags 10 Years Imprisonment

Pakistan Ex-PM Bags 10 Years Imprisonment

The former Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan and one of his party deputies have been sentenced to 10 years in prison each after finding them guilty of revealing official secrets. According to Zulfiqar Bukhari,…

India Forex Reserves Surge As Rupee Exchange Rates Fluctuate

India Forex Reserves Surge As Rupee Exchange Rates Fluctuate

India’s foreign exchange reserves saw a significant increase, despite a notable foreign investor pullout, ending the week of October 27 with a total of $586.111 billion, a surge of $2.579 billion according to the Reserve…

Pakistani Schools For Afghans Close As Deportations Loom

Pakistani Schools For Afghans Close As Deportations Loom

Schools teaching Afghan children in Pakistan closed on Monday as families went into hiding ahead of a deportation deadline. Islamabad has announced a crackdown on the 1.7 million Afghans living illegally in Pakistan, with mass…

Pakistan: All Crew Members Die As Navy Helicopter Crashes In Gwadar

Pakistan: All Crew Members Die As Navy Helicopter Crashes In Gwadar

A Navy Helicopter reportedly crashed on Monday, September 3 in Gwadar, Pakistan, killing the whole crew on board. New Telegraph learned that the Pakistan Navy helicopter crashed while flying during a routine training flight in…

Pakistan Navy Helicopter Crashes, Kills 3

Pakistan Navy Helicopter Crashes, Kills 3

A Pakistani Navy helicopter on Monday, September 3 crashed in the southwest of the country killing at least three personnel. The deceased, according to the Pakistani Navy spokesman include two navy officers and a soldier.…

Afghanistan, Pakistan To End Polio This Year

Afghanistan, Pakistan To End Polio This Year

Afghanistan and Pakistan have reported a very small number of polio infections in their region this year, fuelling expectations that the neighbouring countries could be just months away from eradicating the virus from its shores.…

ISIL Terrorist Group Claim Responsibility For Suicide Bombing Pakistan

ISIL Terrorist Group Claim Responsibility For Suicide Bombing Pakistan

The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant    terrorist group on Monday claimed responsibility for the suicide bombing at a Jamiat Ulema Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) convention in Pakistan’s northwestern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province on Sunday. The terrorist…

China Stretches Hand Of Support For Pakistan

China Stretches Hand Of Support For Pakistan

China has stretched out another loan of $600 million to Pakistan, helping the cash-scarce country to prop up its depleting foreign exchange reserves and contain a deepening balance of payment crisis. Announcing the development at…

Pakistani Mountaineer Seeks Funding For Record-Breaking Summit Attempt

Pakistani Mountaineer Seeks Funding For Record-Breaking Summit Attempt

Shehroze Kashif, a Pakistani mountaineer has braced freezing temperatures and harsh winds in an attempt to conquer the world's tallest mountains, yet his primary obstacle lies in securing the required funding.