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Germany's foreign minister yesterday said he would urge a revived US partnership based on "trust and mutual respect" in talks with his American counterpart after Berlin's expulsion of a CIA station chief in a spying row.
To bolster tourism and cultural activities in the militancy-hit valley, the residents of Malakand division have urged the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government to immediately reopen Swat Archaeological Museum for visitors, especially during the ongoing peak tourist season in the area.
Nazeen Koonda and S.G. Masood sharing a traditional Ramadan meal with long-time friends Ahsan Qureshi and wife Mehwesh during buka puasa.
ISLAMABAD Earthquake Reconstruction and Rehabilitation Authority and a Chinese construction company agreed to gear-up the work to complete 205 city development projects worth Rs 34 billion in Muzaffarabad, Bagh and Rawalakot, the three major districts of the Azad Jammu Kashmir.
Nearly every army over the past 2,500 years - with the exception of Alexander the Great - has been defeated in Afghanistan.
ISLAMABAD: The Chinese Ambassador to Pakistan presented a cheque of Rs. 5 million from the employees of Chinese embassy in Pakistan, to the Federal Minister for States and Frontier Regions for the Prime Minister fund for IDPs.
A diplomatic source told The Daily Star that Tehran would not allow the formation of a Sunni ministate in Iraq's Anbar province backed by Turkey or one of the Gulf states, and has issued an ultimatum to the U.S. that the extremist group ISIS must be eradicated by the end of the year or Iran will take charge of the phenomenon.
KARACHI: Sindh Police and districts administrations should provide foolproof security to all minorities including Christian community within their respective areas.
Paul and Remy Hoggard pose in front of their larger than life Elephant Graveyard sculpture at the Kuwait Sand Park in 2013.
German Commerzbank may face the fine of $500 million. U.S. authorities suspect that the bank used its American branches to make sanctioned wire transfers from Iran and Sudan.
Q: Is it sensible or practical to work on several different ideas at once, or is it better to perfect one at a time? - Qurat, Islamabad, Pakistan A: You've asked an interesting question, Qurat, since there are pluses and minuses to each approach.
KARACHI: The shortage of medicine in Civil Hospital Karachi has put thousands of lives at stake.On the condition of anonymity, a source from the hospital said that there were acute shortage of medicines in hospital since last 15 days as the stock of medicines had almost ended in healthcare.
Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 01:38 am
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