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Radio Pakistan on the verge of losing audience |

Radio Pakistan may close down local languages bulletins

Radio Pakistan may close down local languages bulletins

ISLAMABAD: The state-owned broadcasting service, Radio Pakistan, is on the verge of losing its rural audience, which is a unique point of the national broadcasting service.

Google doodles Juliusz Slowacki 205th birthday | TheNewsTribe

Google doodles Juliusz Slowacki 205th birthday

Google is celebrating the 205th birthday of renowned Polish Romantic poet Juliusz Slowacki with an interactive doodle on its homepage on September 4 (today). Juliusz Slowacki was a Polish Romantic poet who was born in 4 September 1809 and died on 3 April 1849 but left a significant and unforgettable mark on the history of


Chaudhry Nisar alerts administration for ‘emergency situation’

ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan’s Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar have directed the administrative authorities to be prepared for any emergency situation in view of PTI, PAT recent announcements. Chaudhry Nisar was conducting a high-level meeting with Islamabad and Rawalpindi administrations in order to review the security measures amid severe protests in Red Zone. Nisar directed the authorities to


Military troops deployed in Red Zone following Pakistan govt orders: ISPR

ISLAMABAD: Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) has announced the deployment of military troops in Islamabad’s Red Zone under orders of Pakistani government. ISPR spokesperson said that some additional contingents of military troops are being deployed in the Red Zone of the federal capital. Security responsibilities of key governmental installments and buildings has also been handed over


FC man killed in Bajaur in militants’ attack from Afghanistan

RAWALPINDI: Pakistan Army on Friday said that a soldier was killed when militants attacked an FC check-post in Khagye area of Bajaur from across the border on Afghan side. In a press release issued here, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said that militants opened fire on an FC check-post from Afghan side of the boarder,


Pakistan military gets ‘more successes’ in Zarb-e-Azb operation

RAWALPINDI: Pakistan armed forces collected ‘more significant successes’ as two more militant-held areas, including Boya and Degan, has been cleared during Zarb-e-Azb operation in North Waziristan Agency (NWA). Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said that Zarb-e-Azb operation is going on with consecutive achievements in accordance to the plan. Two more sensitives areas including Boya and Degan has been cleared