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TRAFFIC RESTORED AS BLOCKED ROADS OPENED IN KP

In Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, traffic has been restored on several roads, which were blocked due to heavy rains and land sliding few days back.According to Provincial Disaster Management Authority, these include Chitral-Shandoor and Chitral Yarkhoon roads.Nar...

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TWO KILLED, DOZENS WOUNDED IN MINNEAPOLIS SCHOOL EXPLOSION

In the United States, at least two people were killed and dozens wounded in an explosion at a school in Minneapolis city on Wednesday.According to reports, the blast occurred in a utility area as students were playing soccer and basketball. Source: Ra...

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Pakistan to dispatch 19 fighter aircraft to China for joint air force exercise: Defense Attache

Pakistan will dispatch 19 fighter aircraft toChina to participate in the 6th edition of a joint air force exercise between the two brotherly countries to be held by the end of this year, a senior military official said here on Tuesday.There will be the...

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GOVERNOR, FRENCH ENVOY DISCUSS MATTERS OF MUTUAL INTEREST

The Ambassador of France Martine Dorance called on Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Governor Engr. Iqbal Zafar Jhagra in Peshawar on Tuesday and discussed matters of mutual interest.During the meeting, the Governor particularly highlighted the ongoing efforts for re...

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46 special economic zones being set up in country under CPEC

Board of Investment in coordination with provincial governments is working for establishment of Special Economic Zones in the country.Spokesman of the Board told APP that 46sites have been identified for establishing these zones to leverage various rou...

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PUNJAB GOVT TAKING STEPS FOR PROMOTION OF WILDLIFE SECTOR

The Punjab government is taking various steps for promotion of wildlife sector.In an interview in Lahore on Sunday, Member Punjab Planning and Development Board Agha Waqar Javed said that two hundred and eighty-four million rupees are being spent on co...

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