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Day: January 21, 2023

Man dies as dumper hits his motorbike in Karachi

Crime
KARACHI: A dumper on Saturday hit a motorcycle killing one person and injuring three others in Korangi area of Karachi, reported 24NewsHD TV channel. A dumber crashed into a motorcycle near a girls’ college in Korangi 4. As a result, a man was killed while three other riders sustained injuries. According to police, all four persons were riding on the bike. Police arrested the driver and took his vehicle into their custody. The dead was identified as Zubair. While the injured included: Ijaz, Shahid and Sajjad. The motorbike riders were employed in a hotel.

Pakistan won’t hold talks with terrorist organizations that don’t respect country’s laws: FM

National
ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has said that Pakistan's new leadership, both political and military, will have no talks with terrorist organizations that don't respect the country's laws and constitution. In a wide-ranging interview with The Washington Post in Davos, Switzerland on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum, he said if we can work with the Afghan interim government, which has influence over these groups, we will be successful in maintaining our security, according to a Radio Pakistan’s report. Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said the TTP terrorists have been involved in many heinous attacks in Pakistan over the years but Islamabad has been proud of the fact that it was successful in taking on these terrorists in our territory and managed to break the backbo...

Pakistan’s bilateral trade with China to reach new heights: FM

National
ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has said Pakistan's bilateral trade with China will reach new heights. In an interview with Xinhua in Davos, Switzerland on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum, he said the bilateral trade relationship with China is expected to flourish further due to cooperation between the two countries in the fight against climate change and investments in renewable energy. According to a Radio Pakistan’s report, the Foreign Minister said our relationship is based on mutual respect, trust and understanding. Both countries support each other on issues of core interest. He said Pakistan and China believe in promoting regional peace and stability and share a common dream of national development and prosperity. The Foreign Minister emphasized...

US is the largest export market for Pakistan: Envoy

National
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Ambassador to the US Masood Khan has said United States is the largest export market for Pakistan and in the years to come, bilateral trade is poised to grow. He was talking to the Ambassador Stuart Holliday, CEO of Meridian International Center in Washington, according to a Radio Pakistan’s report. Masood Khan highlighted that the current phase of Pak-US relations centers around enhancing economic cooperation. He said in recent high-level visits, we have prioritized trade, agriculture, businesses, technology, climate change, green energy, disaster preparedness, environment, health and people-to-people exchanges. On the occasion, the CEO Meridian International assured the Ambassador that they would help promote closer ties between Pakistan and the United States in...