China’s military modernisation poses Taiwan threat, say US officials

China’s accelerated military modernisation poses a clear and growing threat to Taiwan, and US intervention might only risk intensifying pressure from Beijing, US defence officials say. Washington’s top US military officer in Asia-Pacific Admiral Philip Davidson made waves last week by warning that Beijing could seek to invade Taiwan within six years. And as Pentagon… Continue reading China’s military modernisation poses Taiwan threat, say US officials

HEC announces Law-GAT to seek enrolment as an advocate

The Higher Education Commission (HEC) has announced to conduct Law Graduate Assessment Test (LAW-GAT) for eligibility to get enrolment as an advocate with bar council. The objective of the assessment test is to ensure proper scrutiny and evaluation of a law graduate desirous to join the legal profession so that only competent individuals possessing necessary… Continue reading HEC announces Law-GAT to seek enrolment as an advocate

Canadian vlogger Rosie Gabrielle marries Pakistani traveller

Canadian vlogger Rosie Gabrielle marries Pakistani traveller Adeel Amer on Saturday. The images and videos of the couple went viral on social media. The couple received immense love and appreciation from Pakistani followers. In a long Instagram post, she poured out her love for Pakistan and her husband, Amer. “Never would I thought that I… Continue reading Canadian vlogger Rosie Gabrielle marries Pakistani traveller

Pakistan strongly condemns Houthi missile attack on Saudi Arabia

Pakistan on Tuesday condemned the Houthi projectile attack on Saudi Arabia. “These attacks not only violate the territorial integrity of the Kingdom but also threaten the lives of innocent people. Pakistan calls for their immediate cessation, as it stands in solidarity with Saudi Arabia,” the Foreign Ministry said in a statement. Islamabad also called on… Continue reading Pakistan strongly condemns Houthi missile attack on Saudi Arabia

Istanbul-Tehran-Islamabad train to resume operations soon

After a gap of almost nine years, the Istanbul-Tehran-Islamabad (ITI) train is likely to resume operations on March 4. It is an international freight train that runs between three countries. It is also known as ECO train as it is an important project under the Economic Corporation Organization (ECO). Since the train will complete the… Continue reading Istanbul-Tehran-Islamabad train to resume operations soon

A brand new social capital to good areas

One of probably the most difficult traits that we’ll face within the coming years has to do with the event of good areas which might be centered on innovation and competitiveness. Smart areas will probably be living labs the place municipalities, corporations and universities develop open innovation and collective intelligence agendas that would be the… Continue reading A brand new social capital to good areas

A difficult begin for Draghi

With the appointment of vice-ministers and undersecretaries within the first week of his time period as Italy’s prime minister, the federal government of Mario Draghi is now totally operational. The massive query dealing with the brand new Prime Minister shall be how to manage the kaleidoscopic of political entities that now make up the bulk… Continue reading A difficult begin for Draghi

Pandemic could have left over 250 million individuals with acute meals shortages in 2020

Beyond the questions surrounding the availability, effectiveness and security of a vaccine, the COVID-19 pandemic has led us to query the place our meals is coming from and whether or not we may have sufficient. According to a United Nations World Food Program (WFP) report, COVID-19 might need left as much as 265 million individuals with acute… Continue reading Pandemic could have left over 250 million individuals with acute meals shortages in 2020

Development Finance Corporation’s first abroad workplace sparks controversy

An argument has erupted in Washington over a Trump-era plan to ascertain the primary abroad workplace of the US International Development Finance Corporation (DFC), overlaying all of Southeast Europe, in Belgrade, Serbia.  Signals that the Biden administration was taking a second have a look at this initiative — primarily targeted on selling the Trump-era Kosovo-Serbia… Continue reading Development Finance Corporation’s first abroad workplace sparks controversy

PM Imran Khan receives historical welcome in Sri Lanka

Prime Minister Imran Khan received a historic warm reception on his maiden two-day visit to Sri Lanka. He landed in Sri Lanka on Tuesday, 23rd February on the invitation of his counterpart, Sri Lankan premier, Mahinda Rajapaksa. The red carpet was set to welcome the guests. Sri Lankan prime minister along with his cabinet members… Continue reading PM Imran Khan receives historical welcome in Sri Lanka