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چین کی اعلی  ترین جامعہ کی جدت طرازی بین الاقوامی کیمپس کاآغاز

ہانگچو، چین، 20 نومبر 2017ء/سنہوا-ایشیانیٹ 21 اکتوبر 2017ء کو زی جیانگ یونیورسٹی انٹرنیشنل کیمپس کا باضابطہ آغاز ہوا۔ تقریباً ایک سال قبل امریکن اکیڈمی آف انجینیئرنگ کے فیلو پروفیسر فلپ ٹی کرین چین میں زی جیانگ یونیورسٹی (زیڈ جے یو) آئے تھے۔ “مشرقی کیمبرج” کی شہرت رکھنے والی اس جامعہ میں انہوں نے زی جیانگ […]

Pakistan Welcomes US Offer to Prevent Militant Raids from Afghanistan

ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN Pakistan is welcoming a U.S. military offer to take action against militants involved in cross-border raids against Pakistan from Afghan soil. Pakistani officials say the move “augurs well” for regional counterterrorism cooperation.

General John Nicholson, commander of U.S. …

Bleak Outlook for Indonesia’s Long-Persecuted Ahmadiyya

JAKARTA, INDONESIA Many of Indonesia’s religious minorities celebrated last week when the government allowed citizens to list faiths outside the six state-sanctioned religions on their national ID cards.

But the ruling changed little for Muslim Indonesians who identify with minority …

Govt believes in public service: Shahbaz

Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has said that PML-N government is implementing a comprehensive program to solve various issues being faced by the country.

In a statement, he said that due to the government’s sincere efforts, the grave challenges …

Govt believes in progress and prosperity of all parts of province on equal footing: Governor Balochistan

Governor Balochistan Mohammad Khan Achakzai says the present government believes in progress and prosperity of all parts of the province on equal footing.

Talking to a delegation led by MPA Arfa Siddiq in Quetta on Tuesday the Governor said the …

180 million children face bleak prospects: UNICEF

New York – The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has indicated that 180 million children worldwide live in countries where their prospects today are worse than those of their parents. A UNICEF analysis was released on Monday as part of World Chil…