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The Great Elephant Hunt

Sources differ as to the origin of the phrase with one having it as 1935 and another 1959 but ‘the elephant in the room’ has been around for a long while. Pakistan has so many elephants in the room it…

Fancy a trip to the Mall? No thanks

No apologies for a follow-on from last week’s column about the changing ways of life in my home village. Apart from clean water and a plummeting infant mortality rate I saw something first hand that I…

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PNSC adds Mogas Carrier large range vessel to its fleet: minister

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan National Shipping Corporation (PNSC) has added a Mogas Carrier large range (LR-1) vessel to its fleet in a bid to reduce dependency on foreign vessels.Federal Minister for Maritime Affairs Ali Haider Zaidi made the announcement in a series of tweets on Monday evening.The ship named Bolan will reduce Pakistan’s dependency on foreign vessels and help save millions of dollars in freight, Mr Zaidi said.He also congratulated the PSNC chairman and the board members for the successful acquisition.…

Australia to punish Senator Fraser Anning for victim-blaming Muslims after NZ terror attacks: envoy

ISLAMABAD: Australian High Commissioner Margaret Adamson said that Australian parliament will censure Senator Fraser Anning for his victim-blaming Muslims in the aftermath of deadly attacks on mosques in New Zealand.The Australian envoy made the comments during her meeting with Pakistan's Human Rights Minister Shireen Mazari in Islamabad.Dr Mazari briefed the High Commissioner about initiatives, steps and progress taken to safeguard human rights in Pakistan.The federal minster showed her deep concern over the…

Pakistan launches work on National Child Labour Survey

Islamabad: The Ministry of Human Rights in collaboration with UNICEF has launched National Child Labour Survey in Pakistan today (Monday).The President of Pakistan Dr. Arif Alvi graced the occasion as chief guest. Besides, Human Rights Minister Dr Shireen Mazari, Parliamentary Secretary Human Rights Lal Chand, Secretary Human Rights Ms. Rabiya Javeri Agha, Secretary Ministry of statistics, Shaista Sohail, JoannaReid, Head of DFID, Aida Girma, UNICEF Country Representative, Ms Ingrid Christensen, ILO Country Director were…

President Alvi invites EU to invest in Pakistan

President Dr. Arif Alvi has said that Pakistan’s business environment has improved in the wake of government’s attempts to facilitate foreign investments.He invited the EU community to come and invest in Pakistan. Furthermore, he assured the investors full government support.The President said this while talking to European Union’s High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Ms. Federica Mogherini, who called on him in Islamabad on Monday.The President welcomed the recent ruling of the European…


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