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Daily Archives: January 5, 2018

Prominent chef Zubaida Tariq laid to rest

A prominent chef Aapa Zubaida Tariq was laid to rest at graveyard of Defence phase-7 in Karachi on Friday.

A large number of citizens attended the funeral. She passed away last night, after a protracted illness.

She was 72-year-old and …

Sindh govt to construct 6km long Tando Jam Bypass

Sindh Government will construct six kilometer long Tando Jam Bypass to provide an alternate route for the heavy traffic plying on Hyderabad-Mirpur Khas Highway.Radio Pakistan’s Hyderabad Correspondent Saeeda Chandio reports the project will be construc…

Obama to Make First Talk Show Appearance Since Leaving Office

Former U.S. President Barack Obama is set to make his first talk show appearance on Jan. 12, on the first episode of a new show featuring longtime late-night host David Letterman.

This will be Obama’s first on-camera talk show interview …

Chairman NAB takes notice of alleged embezzlement in MCQ

Chairman National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Javed Iqbal taking notice of alleged embezzlement in the affairs of Metropolitan Corporation Quetta has directed the Director General NAB Balochistan to conduct inquiry into the allegations.

Source: Radio Pakistan

Protests Put Spotlight on Iran’s Vast and Shadowy Syria War

BEIRUT In demonstrations across Iran, chants are going up against the military’s vast and shadowy war in Syria, one of Tehran’s closest allies and a frontline state in its confrontation with its archenemy, Israel.

Although the protests have focused on …

Tax collection stopped in GB till amendment in Act

Federal Government has stopped collection of Tax in Gilgit-Baltistan under Income Tax Adaptation Act 2012.

Notification in this regard has been issued.

According to the notification Department of Inland Revenue Gilgit-Baltistan and all withholding Tax Agents have been directed not …

War of Words Rattles Pakistan’s Ties With US

ISLAMABAD Pakistan’s military said Friday the suspension of U.S. assistance will undermine bilateral security cooperation and regional peace efforts but will not deter the Pakistan’s counterterrorism resolve.

Pakistan never fought for money but for peace, army spokesman Major-General Asif Ghafoor …