Russia to start sending
missile systems to Turkey in 2 months – and has ALREADY trained crews.
S-400 anti-air missile systems will begin to arrive in Turkey in two months,
says the head of Russian state defense corporation Rostec, despite
Washington warning Ankara that the deal could threaten their partnership.
Amazon to deliver
by drone 'within months'.
Amazon has said it will use drones to deliver packages to customers “within
months”. It unveiled its latest iteration at a conference in Las Vegas,
touting the machine's ability to spot obstacles such as people, dogs, and
Indian builds water hand pumps in Pakistan Touched at the plight
of starving children in Pakistan's Tharparkar district, Dubai-based Indian
businessman has set up nearly 62
water hand pumps in Tharparkar through a social worker in the Pakistani
may walk a tightrope between Trump and Tehran
Abe, who has sought to deflect United States President Donald Trump's
protectionist and isolationist instincts, is expected to make a rare trip to
Donald Trump's UK visit:
Middle East and China top diplomatic agenda
Donald Trump is making a much-delayed state visit to Britain. Over three
days the US president will be hosted by royalty and politicians. He will
also take part in commemorations to mark the 75th anniversary of the D-Day
5G: EE launches
UK's next-generation mobile network
EE has launched the UK's first next-generation 5G mobile network, with a
concert by rapper Stormzy live-streamed from a boat on the River Thames.
Imran discusses regional issues with Afghan, Egyptian presidents on
sidelines of OIC summit The premier and Ghani exchanged
views on bilateral relations, regional issues and the Afghan peace and
reconciliation process, a statement issued by the Prime Minister's Office
Imran, Modi may
meet on June 13-14 in Kyrgyzstan Prime Minister Imran Khan and
his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi are likely to meet on the sidelines of
the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) summit in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan on
June 13-14, Indian media reported on Tuesday.
risk of a Chinese dollar dump? At last count, China held slightly
more than $1 trillion in U.S. Treasury securities. One fear has been that,
should China and the United States engage in an economic war — as they
clearly are now — those dollars could become a weapon against us.
Crisis to be
over in two months: Imran. Prime Minister Imran Khan has said two
more months will be difficult while assuring that afterwards things will
phenomenally improve that the whole world will cite our country's successful
British Airways to
resume Pakistan flights next week after a decade British Airways
will resume flights to Pakistan next week a decade after it suspended
operations following a major hotel bombing, becoming the first Western
airline to restart flights to the South Asian country.
Google deals Huawei
major blow by cutting Android licence
is set to revoke access to its Android mobile operating system from Huawei,
dealing the Chinese company a major blow in accordance with US sanctions.
No oil, gas
reserves found at Kekra-1: Petroleum Division Offshore drilling
at the Kekra-1 site near Karachi has found no reserves of oil and gas,
according to an official of the Petroleum Division.
PIA loses continue
Minister for Aviation Division Ghulam Sarwar Khan on Friday informed the
Senate that Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) losses have surged to Rs
Sri Lanka expels 200
Islamic clerics after Easter attacks Sri Lanka has expelled over
600 foreign nationals, including around 200 Islamic clerics, since the
Easter suicide bombings blamed on a local jihadi group, a minister told AFP
Baloch’s brother arrested from Saudi Arabia by Interpol The
brother of Qandeel Baloch has been arrested from Saudi Arabia with the help
of Interpol last night, lawyer Nighat Dad said Friday.
M, army chief
discuss security matters Prime Minister Imran Khan and Chief of
the Army Staff Gen Qamar Bajwa on Thursday held security consultations.
A new start or rerun in Korean Peninsula
The highly choreographed meeting was performed by the two lead actors
almost exactly as scripted.
But many impromptu moments of congeniality, which drew laughs from the
audience as well as from the actors themselves, highlighted the two
sides’ eagerness to make the summit a success.
Koreas Talk Peace
The recent summit held between South Korean President Moon Jae-in and
North Korean Chairman Kim Jong Un appears to have done all.
Pakistan afraid of happy women?
While the stoically suffering woman is embraced, the happy woman can’t
even get a foot in the door.
A Worrying New World Order
The EU has been slow to act in the Caucasus, and too wary of upsetting
Russia, concedes one deeply Atlanticist minister. But the sad reality is
that, in Georgia, “the Americans have been struggling to know what to
do.” It is a revealing comment
US approaches Moscow
The summit would aim at resolving longstanding differences between the
U.S. and Russia on issues including Syria, Ukraine, and nuclear arms
Results Shock US and Iran.
Result is blow to US, but Iran will also lose out after Iraq’s protest
against rule by proxy
North Korea to publicly close nuclear test site
The news follows North Korean leader Kim Jong-un’s historic meeting with
South Korean President Moon Jae-in earlier this month.
by Mohsin Hamid has made it to a number of international literary
awards, but this time the book has bagged an award!
Western Allies Urged
Investment in Wahabi Mosques, Saudi Arabia Saudi Crown Prince
Mohammed Bin Salman told Washington Post that spread of Wahabism in
overseas countries was done at request from Western Countries.
Donald Trump may not be able to scrap Nuclear Deal with Iran, why?
It is in Americas interest that
the deal moves on, advisor to the US President put a hold on the
Current Affairs Digest to read special report on thorny
issues White House is facing today.
Anti Israel views may deprive Hurricane Harvey Victims of State Support
in a Houston suburb will not receive funds donated for Hurricane Harvey
relief efforts if they support boycotting Israel, according to a funding
application form issued in the wake of the devastating storm.
visit to Russia Saudi King reaches
out to Putin to help increase oil prices.
US to Drop
Pakistan as Ally - sanctions in the offing? US State department is
contemplating over dropping Pakistan's name from non-NATO ally to put more
pressure on the country. Having supported successive dictators in Pakistan,
there is a realization in the US administration that the time now is to back
Imran Khan Strongly Criticizes Musharraf
Imran Khan has urged Pakistan
never to fight others wars for the lure of dollars.