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Pak-US are not enjoying friendly ties : Kh Asif

Lahore : Foreign Minister Kh Asif has said that Pakistan and USA are not enjoying friendly relations due to US South Asia Policy. Pakistan will safeguard its National Interest, US policy was made by the generals who faced defeat in Afghanistan. Briefing the Senate about Pak-US ties, the foreign minister ... Read More »

N Korea promises US “greatest pain and suffering if new UNSC sanctions approved

Lahore : The U.S. will “pay due price” if a fresh United Nations Security Council (UNSC) sanctions resolution is passed, the North Korean foreign ministry warned on Monday. The statement, carried by the state-run Korean Central News Agency (KCNA), comes ahead of a meeting by the UNSC in New York on ... Read More »

We can not fight with US : Pervaiz Musharraf

Lahore : Former president Pervaiz Musharraf has made it clear that Pakistan does not afford a war with United States of America , people who are commenting in Parliament trying to become Tarzan. While giving interview on ” BOL” TV ,Pervaiz Musharraf said US is a super power and we ... Read More »

US Senate delegation visits South Waziristan

Lahore : Delegation of US Senate (Arms Committee) headed by Senator John McCain along with COAS visited South Waziristan Agency today. The Delegation was briefed about Pak-Afghan border security including recent measures for its improvement through fencing and enhanced surveillance. The delegation was also briefed on socio-economic development efforts in ... Read More »

US Senate delegation calls on the Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif

Lahore : A five-member US Senate delegation led by Senator John McCain, Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee called on the Prime Minister in Islamabad today. Other members of the delegation included Senators Lindsey Graham (Republican), Elizbeth Warren (Democrat), Sheldon Whitehouse (Democrat) and David Perdue (Republican). The Prime Minister ... Read More »

Pakistan attached great importance to its ties with US : Syed Tariq Fatemi

Washington: Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs, Syed Tariq Fatemi spoke to a select gathering of foreign policy experts and US government representatives at the United States Institute of Peace (USIP) this afternoon. He highlighted the achievements of the government in bringing economic stability and domestic peace ... Read More »

A delegation of Pakistanis from Mandi Bahauddin leaves for US to support Donald J Trump

Mandi Bahauddin (Sher Gondal) : A team of Pakistanis from Mandi Bahauddin has gone to US to persuade their relatives and acquaintances living there to vote and support presidential candidate Donald J Trump. When asked as to why he thought Donald Trump is the best choice, the team leader Muhammad ... Read More »

Female students of Sadiq Public School,Bahawalpur arrive in US on study tour

Lahore : A five member delegation of female students of Sadiq Public School has reached USA on a 3 weeks study tour. Headmistress Professor Fariha Iftikhar Bhatti is leading the delegation. The study tour has been sponsored by United States Education Foundation Pakistan which has planned the visits of the visiting delegation of ... Read More »

Pak-US affirms to boost bilateral relations

Washington: At the invitation of President Obama, Prime Minister Sharif paid an official visit to Washington from October 20 to 23, 2015 that reinforced the commitment of both leaders to an enduring U.S.-Pakistan partnership, a prosperous Pakistan, and a more stable region. President Obama and Prime Minister Sharif held wide-ranging ... Read More »

Iran, US nuke deal brings new challenges to Pakistan

Lahore: The Pakistan Economy Watch (PEW) on Sunday said nuclear deal between Iran and US will have many implications for middle east and south Asia for which our policymakers should remain prepared. The agreement will end Indian dependence on Pakistan for a lang route to Afghanistan and central Asian markets. On ... Read More »

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