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Dubai govt discontinues 90-day visit visa for Pakistanis, Filipinos

Dubai's immigration authorities have discontinued the three-month visit visa for Pakistanis and Filipinos for the next three months, Noor Mohammad, a local travel agent, told Dawn.com on Friday.

"We have been directed to refuse applications for the three-month visa starting June 1," he said; adding, however, that those travellers who had submitted their application before June 1 would still be processed.

He added that this is not the first time the Emirati government has banned such visas. In the past,…

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JF-17B fighter jet takes maiden test flight

A dual-seat variant of the JF-17 Thunder fighter jet co-developed by the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) and China took its maiden test flight in Chengdu on Friday, the PAF said in a press release.

The JF-17B "is currently entering the testing phase", the PAF said, terming the development of the dual-seater "a major milestone towards self-reliance".

Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman was chief guest at the test event today hosted by the Aviation Industry Corporation of…

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‘Silence’ deals a blow to probe into porn scandal

LAHORE: The Sargodha child pornography case, unprecedented in the country, suffered a blow when none of the children allegedly exploited or their parents approached by the Federal Investigation Agency were willing to record statement against the prime suspect.

“I did work with Manto uncle (suspect Saadat Amin’s nickname) but it is not me in the nude photos and videos you are talking about,” an FIA officer in Lahore quotes a boy as telling the agency.

“Please do not contact me…

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Punjab Rangers warn against use of private security guards

The Punjab Rangers on Thursday warned that the display of weapons and the employment of security guards for personal safety are illegal under the National Action Plan (NAP).

"It follows that only security personnel of registered government institutions will be deployed," Punjab Rangers Col Amjad Iqbal said during a press briefing.

He added that Pakistan Rangers Punjab will work with the Punjab police to conduct operations and take strict action against those who violate the law in this manner.

Col…

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Cannot rule out role of foreign agencies in disappearance of retired Army officer: FO

The Foreign Office said on Thursday that the role of foreign intelligence agencies cannot be ruled out in the disappearance of retired Lt Col Habib Zahir, a former Pakistan Army officer who mysteriously went missing in Nepal earlier this month.

Addressing a weekly press briefing in Islamabad, FO spokesman Nafees Zakaria said Zahir had been trapped in Nepal "after being lured into a job offer".

He said Pakistani authorities are in touch with the Nepali government to trace the missing…

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Pakistani vessel hijacked by Somali pirates

KARACHI: Somali pira­tes have hijacked a Pakistani boat, US media reported on Tuesday.

It said the hijacking came hours after the pirates hij­acked an Indian vessel along the coast of Somalia near a village named El Hur.

Abdillahi Ahmed Ali, mayor of Somali town Hobyo, confirmed the incident while talking to Voice of America, but expressed unawareness about the number of crew members on the Pakistani vessel called Salama 1.

Earlier the pirates hija­cked the Indian vessel MSV Al Kausar.…

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Blackout of mobile phone services irks Islamabad, Pindi residents

ISLAMABAD: The residents of Islamabad and Rawalpindi were inconvenienced by the unannounced blackout of mobile phone services in the name of security and Parade Day rehearsals on Sunday.

While internet services were not shut, phone calls could not be made as mobile signals remained down from 6am till noon.

The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) did not share details about the suspension of services.

A PTA official requesting anonymity explained that it was the same exercise as last year and the…

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Asif Zardari launches career as political analyst with Bol TV

Weeks after former president Pervez Musharraf launched his career on mainstream media, the Bol Network announced that former president Asif Ali Zardari will also be appearing on a weekly show as a political analyst.

According to a promotional video shared by Bol Network on twitter, the new show is called Pakistan Khappay with President Asif Ali Zardari and will be aired every Sunday at 9:30pm.

In the first episode of the show that was aired on March 19, Zardari appeared live…

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Indian team arrives to discuss water projects

ISLAMABAD / LAHORE: Marking the revival of bilateral engagement at the institutional level after two years, a 10-member Indian delegation led by Indian Indus Water Commissioner P.P. Saxena arrived on Sunday for two-day talks on the designs, disputed by Pakistan, of three controversial water projects being built on river Chenab.

The water experts of the two sides at the level of Permanent Indus Commission last met in May 2015 in New Delhi and could not hold mandatory annual meetings…

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Qatar seeks Pakistan Army's cooperation in cyber security, defence production: ISPR

Chief of Army Staff Qamar Javed Bajwa on Tuesday assured Qatar that Pakistan will cooperate with country on cyber security, defence production and ease of travel, said the Inter-Services Public Relations in a statement.

The army chief, who is on an official visit to Qatar, thanked Prime Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al Thani of Qatar for appreciating Pakistan Army's role in the ongoing fight against terrorism and assured him of all possible cooperation in "desired fields".

Qatar's…

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Heavy artillery moved towards Pak-Afghan border, security sources say

PESHAWAR: Pakistan Army has moved heavy artillery towards the Pak-Afghan border in Chaman and Torkham districts, security officials said on Monday.

The move came just two days after the military decimated camps of the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan’s (TTP) Jamaatul Ahrar (JA) faction on the Torkham border opposite Mohmand and Khyber tribal regions. The group, which claims to be behind the recent wave of terrorist attacks, has found safe haven in Afghanistan, according to the Pakistani security establishment.

Security sources said their forces…

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