Category: National

Pak Army wins Bronze medal in 58th World Military Boxing Championship in Russia

The Pakistan Army won a Bronze Medal in 58th World Military Boxing Championship held in Moscow, Russia. During the world military boxing championship, Pakistan Army Sepoy Bilawal Zia won bronze, according to a press release from the ISPR. Pakistan has finally won a medal at the World Military Boxing Championship after 11 years. Zia Bilawal won bronze in the 83kg category.

Pakistani sand artists pay ‘sand art’ Tribute to UAE ruler ahead of Dubai EXPO

Three sand artists pay tribute to the Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, and Expo 2020 Dubai. They made a massive portrait of the Ruler and the Expo logo on a beach in the southern coastal city of Pasni, Balochistan. Zubair and his artist friends also wanted to do something special for their countrymen in the UAE.

Iraq to purchase 12 JF-17 Thunder Block III fighter jets from Pakistan

Iraq has also closed an agreement with Pakistan to purchase the F-17 Thunder Block III fighter jets. Iraqi Air Force Deputy Chief Muhammad Majed Mehndi arrived in Pakistan to finalize the deal for JF-17 jet fighters with Pakistan. China has jointly manufactured advanced-level jets at the Pakistan Aeronautical Complex (PAC) in Kamra.

11 most successful young Pakistani entrepreneurs of 2021

Pakistan’s youth has proven itself to be highly talented and creative time and time again. In every field, we have seen youngsters of our country outshine with their ingenuity. Despite the lack of sufficient support and funds from the government, the young generation of Pakistan has been able to start lucrative businesses.

Shehroz Kashif set another record by climbing 8000 meters Manaslu in Nepal

The Pakistani climber Shehroz Kashif set another record by climbing 8000 meters Manaslu in Nepal on Saturday morning, the eighth highest peak in the world. Shehroz Kashif has climbed the third consecutive peak at an altitude of over 8,000 meters. He is the youngest person to summit three consecutive peaks in the past five months. The 8163-meter-high peak marked the fourth summit of his career.

Islamabad Police introduces a comprehensive self-defense course for females

To prevent gender-based violence, the Islamabad Police is offering an extensive self-defense course for females. Women undergo physical training, armed training, and assault course to make them capable of self-defense in threatening situations. The course lasts one month from 4 October to 4 November, costing Rs. 30,000. Female instructors will impart the majority of the training, and male instructors may interject wherever needed.

KP Govt to recheck exam papers after student secures full marks

The KP government has decided to recheck exam papers of a brilliant female student who got 100 percent marks in her BISE exams. Shahram Khan Tarakai, provincial minister of elementary and secondary education, took notice of the unusual development on Wednesday and arranged for an assessment committee to recheck copies of Qandeel’s and other students’ grades.

Pakistan Secures EU’s GSP+ Status Despite Indian Propaganda

Pakistan has been granted the General System of Preferences (GSP) plus status by the European Union (EU), along with six new Conventions. An EU statement had warned Pakistan that it might temporarily lose its GSP+ status over human rights violations. Pakistan’s status has been reassessed in April following an increase in blasphemy accusations and acts of religious violence.

Coca Cola and CDA to build Pakistan’s first plastic road in Islamabad to promote a “World without Plastic”

Coca-Cola Pakistan, TeamUp, and the National Incubation Center (NIC) have teamed up with the Capital Development Authority (CDA) to retile national roads with plastic waste. A memorandum of understanding was signed on Tuesday, formalizing a joint venture aimed at creating a “world without Plastic”. The first phase is to model a one-kilometer road in the capital.

Govt claims NZ Cricket received threat emails from Mumbai, using a Singapore VPN

Pakistan claims that the security threats that were sent to New Zealand Cricket originated in Mumbai, India, where a VPN was utilized to disguise the location of India. The spellings used in fake email IDs also belong to the language Indians speak. Fawad Chaudhry stated that the fake emails that were used to threaten New Zealand Cricket were recently created.