President for addressing misconceptions on I-Voting

Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan, right first row, receives briefing about e-voting in Islamabad on Wednesday. (Photo courtesy: Pakistan Press Information Department)
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Updated 18 June 2021

President for addressing misconceptions on I-Voting

June 18: The Nation reported that President Dr Arif Alvi Thursday called for better coordination among all the stakeholders for addressing any misconceptions about i-Voting so that nine million overseas Pakistanis could get their voting rights.

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Afghanistan-Pakistan Ties Fray Further Over Abduction of Afghan Ambassador’s Daughter

Updated 23 July 2021

Afghanistan-Pakistan Ties Fray Further Over Abduction of Afghan Ambassador’s Daughter

July 23: The Diplomat reported that Afghanistan has recalled its ambassador to Pakistan, Najib Alikhil, following the alleged abduction of his daughter, Silsila Alikhil, in Islamabad last week.

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Tributes paid to murdered Pakistani woman who grew up in Dublin

Updated 23 July 2021

Tributes paid to murdered Pakistani woman who grew up in Dublin

July 23: The Irish Times reported that tributes have been paid to a Pakistani woman who grew up in Dublin, who was violently killed in Islamabad earlier this week.

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Pakistan reports 1,425 coronavirus cases in one day

Updated 23 July 2021

Pakistan reports 1,425 coronavirus cases in one day

July 23: The Nation reported that Pakistan has reported 11 deaths in the last 24 hours by novel coronavirus as the number of positive cases has surged to 1,000,034. The nationwide tally of fatalities has jumped to 22,939 on Friday.

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Afghanistan vice president’s rhetoric against Pakistan regretful, says Fawad Chaudhry

Updated 23 July 2021

Afghanistan vice president’s rhetoric against Pakistan regretful, says Fawad Chaudhry

July 23: The News reported that terming Afghanistan Vice President Amrullah Saleh’s recent rhetoric against Pakistan regretful, Minister for Information and Broadcasting Fawad Chaudhry said that the Kabul government wanted to shift the burden of its failure on Pakistan.

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12 refugee seats become talking point in AJK polls

Updated 23 July 2021

12 refugee seats become talking point in AJK polls

July 23: The Express Tribune reported that even as the poll campaign to elect the 53-member regional assembly in Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) has entered into the final phase, the 12 reserved seats for refugees have become a subject of debate.

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