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Daily Archives: September 11, 2017

OnKöl remote patient monitoring uses Gemalto IoT connectivity to support ‘age in place’ individuals

Amsterdam, September 11, 2017 – Gemalto (Euronext NL0000400653 GTO), the world leader in digital security, announces the use of its IoT connectivity technology in OnKöl’s mHealth solution. Enabled by Gemalto’s wireless module, the smart hub connects the elderly and those with special needs to their family and caregivers, allowing them to live in their own […]

Pakistan Hosts Big-Time Cricket For First Time Since 2009 Terror Attack

Amid extremely high security, Pakistan is set to reenter the world of international cricket, hosting world-class competition for the first time since a deadly terror attack in 2009 scared off the sport’s top teams.

The World XI team arrived in …

India to Provide More Assistance to Afghan Defense Forces

NEW DELHI India will provide more assistance to Afghan defense forces and implement new development projects in the war-torn country.

The announcement came at the first high-level meeting held between the two countries after U.S. President Donald Trump unveiled a …

INTERIOR MINISTER EMPHASIZES THE NEED FOR STRONG COUNTER-NARRATIVE AGAINST EXTREMISTS AND TERRORISTS

Minister for Interior Ahsan Iqbal has said that overcoming of security challenges is essential for economic stability, which defines strength of the country.

Addressing the officers at Air War College on Internal Peace and Security Challenges in Karachi on Monday, …

SHAHBAZ WELCOMES INT’L CRICKET PLAYERS IN LAHORE

Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has welcomed the international cricket players in Lahore.

In a statement in Lahore, he said that the tour of World XI will help restore international cricket in Pakistan.

Source: Radio Pakistan

Indian Kidney Traders Smuggle Donors to Egypt to Beat Strict Donation Rules

MUMBAI Indian police are investigating a major organ trade racket after they arrested two men, including an alleged kingpin, at Mumbai airport for trafficking poor people for their kidneys to Egypt, officials said Monday.

The men � identified as Nizamuddin …

4 Shi’ites Killed in Pakistan

Pakistani police say gunmen in Baluchistan province have killed four members of the Hazara community, a Shi’ite minority group.

“The preliminary investigation shows that it was sectarian-based targeted killings…,” Amjad Ali Khan, a police commissioner from Quetta, told the French …

Indian Kidney Traders Smuggle Donors to Egypt to Beat Strict Donation Rules

MUMBAI Indian police are investigating a major organ trade racket after they arrested two men, including an alleged kingpin, at Mumbai airport for trafficking poor people for their kidneys to Egypt, officials said Monday.

The men � identified as Nizamuddin …