New Delhi, Oct 16 (IANS) A World Bank report cautioning Pakistan over its $31 billion gross external financing has triggered a fresh rift between the country's civil and military leadership. In its twice-a-year South Asia Economic Focus (SAEF) report, released on October 10, the apex bank said that external account pressure has persisted in 2017-18. "The current external situation can become unsustainable in absence of adequate policy response," warned the global lender.
New Delhi, June 21 (IANS) The third International Yoga Day was celebrated in Pakistan too but on a muted scale. The organisers said a much bigger event will follow after Ramadan ends. Pakistani yoga guru Shamshad Haider, who runs over 50 clubs across the country, said in a telephonic interview from Islamabad: "Due to Ramdan and people preparing for Eid, we could not organise a big event this year."
New Delhi, April 7 (IANS) When Nikki Haley, the US ambassador to the UN, hinted on April 5 at Washington taking "our own action" in Syria unless the UN Security Council moves to prevent the use of chemical weapons in the war-torn country, it was perhaps an indication of imminent US military action.
@Chafqat@MehrTarar Your point is not valid here, let me correct you that Iran-Iraq joint population is over 112 million, as i said earlier, Arbaeen does not consist Iraq or Iran only.. but people across world, since you raised war-ridden point, yes it had been targeted but violence didn't stop it.
@Chafqat@MehrTarar No don't jump the gun Mr Mehmud.S , people from all walks of life, religion, from around the world visit the Karbala on Arbaeen, not only Iraqis... and yes people do carry infants too.. :)
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