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Masood calls for promoting research activities in AJK universities

AJK President Sardar Masood Khan has stressed the need for promoting research activities in public sector universities of the state.He was addressing VC’s Conference of the public sector universities in Muzaffarabad on Monday.Introduction of new discip…

Civilian deaths hit record high in Afghanistan conflict: UN

The United Nations says the number of civilians killing in Afghanistan has reached a record high in the first half of the year, despite last month’s cease-fire.The United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan, in its latest civilian casualty report…

Over 40 Afghan soldiers killed in Taliban attacks in Kunduz

In Afghanistan, Taliban attacks have left more than 40 Afghan soldiers dead and 10 wounded.This was stated by AFP today quoting an Afghan security source.The sources said militants using night-vision goggles launched simultaneous raids on several Afgh…

United States and Cuba Hold Fourth Law Enforcement Dialogue in Washington, DC

The United States and Cuba held the fourth Law Enforcement Dialogue in Washington, DC on Tuesday, July 10. During the dialogue, the United States and Cuba addressed topics of bilateral interest on national security matters, including fugitives and the …

Car bomb explodes near Somali presidential palace: police

A suicide car bomb exploded meters away from the presidential palace in Somalia’s capital Mogadishu on Saturday and smoke was seen rising above the scene of the explosion although it was unclear who was behind the blast, police said.A car bomb exploded…

Landmines Arrive With the Summer Thaw in Pakistani Kashmir

As the summer sun warms the verdant valleys of Pakistan-held Kashmir, its snow and glaciers begin to melt, and the deadly landmines buried within them slowly begin to shift downstream towards the villages below.Laid by troops along both sides of the hi…

Landmines Arrive With the Summer Thaw in Pakistani Kashmir

As the summer sun warms the verdant valleys of Pakistan-held Kashmir, its snow and glaciers begin to melt, and the deadly landmines buried within them slowly begin to shift downstream towards the villages below.Laid by troops along both sides of the hi…