Pakistani news channel hires country’s first transgender anchor

Pakistani news channel hires country’s first transgender anchor

Marvia Malik. Anchored her first show on private broadcaster Kohinoor TV on Friday (local time). After three months of training. Pakistani news channel hires country’s first transgender anchor She told the BBC. when she was offered the job She was moved to tears. “The dream that, I saw for myself, I was able to climb, on the first stair, to achieving it.” Said MS, Malik. Ms. Malik, a journalism graduate, She also worked as a…

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Best Places to Visit in Pakistan for Your First Trip

Best Places to Visit in Pakistan for Your First Trip

Pakistan, has not received enough limelight, as much as it truly deserves. While this country that neighbors India is an evocative mix of culture, and nature waiting to be explored. Best Places to Visit in Pakistan for Your First Trip Since travel in Pakistan is often much less heard of compared to India. Furthermore Here’s our pioneering effort to put forward to you some mesmerizing destinations that might just get your heart wanting for more….

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Some Interesting Facts about Pakistan

Some Interesting Facts about Pakistan

Pakistan, officially the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, is a country in South Asia. It is the world’s sixth-most populous country with a population of more than 207 million people. It is the 36th-largest country in the world in terms of area, covering 796,095 sq km (307,374 sq mi.) Let’s explore more about this country with the following facts.Some Interesting Facts about Pakistan ‘Islamic Republic of Pakistan’ is the official name of Pakistan. Pakistan is the…

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Zainab murderer arrested: Kasur Police sources

Zainab murderer arrested: Kasur Police sources

KASUR: Police have made a major breakthrough, in a case pertaining to the grisly rape and murder, of seven-year-old Zainab in Kasur, by arresting the main suspect. ARY News reported on Tuesday. Zainab murderer arrested: Kasur Police sources According, to informed sources, the issue samples obtained from a suspect had matched, the samples taken from the body of the victim. Reports say the suspect named Imran, is a resident of the same area and lived…

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Samaa Anchor Goes On-Air With Daughter To Protest Rape

Samaa Anchor Goes On-Air With Daughter To Protest Rape

“Today I am not Kiran Naz. Today I am a mother. That’s why I am sitting with my daughter,” Ms Naz said in her brief introduction before the channel’s 7 pm news bulletin on Wednesday. Pak Anchor Goes On-Air With Daughter To Protest Rape, Murder Of 8-Year-Old The rape and murder of eight-year-old Zainab a week ago in the city of Kasur have left a nation shocked and angry. Amid protests on the streets and…

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Pakistan to observe doubling in high-end flood risk by 2040

Pakistan to observe doubling in high-end flood risk by 2040

Global warming is expected to unleash more rain, exposing millions of more people to river flooding particularly in the United States and parts of Asia, Africa and central Europe, researchers said Wednesday Pakistan to observe doubling in high-end flood risk by 2040 The study in the journal Science Advances calculates how much more flood protection will be needed to keep the risks of high-end floods constant in the next 25 years. Unless actions are taken…

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US expert impressed with Pakistan’s tech industry

US expert impressed with Pakistan’s tech industry

“I have been very impressed with the tech industry here (in Pakistan),” said visiting US technology expert Rebecca Garcia. US expert impressed with Pakistan’s tech industry She called people in the country very smart and hardworking, saying they were doing a lot of good-to-great things through tech start-ups. US expert impressed with Pakistan’s tech industry Talking to The Express Tribune, Garcia underscored the need for encouraging more people to acquire skills and become entrepreneurs, adding…

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Long-term CPEC plan to be endorsed in Islamabad: Minister

Long-term CPEC plan to be endorsed in Islamabad: Minister

Minister for Interior and Planning and Development Ahsan Iqbal has said that a long-term plan for the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) will be approved by the Joint Cooperation Council (JCC) at its meeting scheduled for Nov 21 in Islamabad. Long-term CPEC plan to be endorsed in Islamabad: Minister The minister announced this while presiding over a meeting held here on Wednesday to review implementation of the ongoing CPEC projects and preparations for the future projects…

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Pakistan tells US to accept defeat in Afghanistan, concurs help on measure up to terms

Pakistan tells US to accept defeat in Afghanistan, concurs help on measure up to terms

On Tuesday, a six-member delegation comprising Pakistan’s top civil and military leadership hosted US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson for a brief visit to Islamabad. Pakistan tells US to accept defeat in Afghanistan, concurs help on measure up to terms Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif, while briefing the Senate on Wednesday regarding the talks held between Pakistani and American delegations a day earlier, asserted that Islamabad will co-operate with Washington in the ‘war on terror’ but…

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Tillerson in Pakistan with an intense message on ‘safe havens’

Tillerson in Pakistan with an intense message on ‘safe havens’

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is in Pakistan to deliver a tough message on the importance of fighting extremists and driving them from hideouts on Pakistani territory.Tillerson in Pakistan with an intense message on ‘safe havens’ Tillerson arrived in Islamabad on Tuesday, a day after traveling to Iraq and Afghanistan in conditions of strict secrecy. He met with Pakistan’s Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, Foreign Minister Khwaja Mohammad Asif and the heads of the…

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