All domestic and international flights of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) were cancelled on Wednesday as the national airline’s employees’ strike against privatization entered a second day.
“All PIA flights have been suspended indefinitely,” an airport official toldThe Express Tribune. PIA representatives at Karachi’s Jinnah International Airport, Islamabad’s Benazir Bhutto International Airport, Lahore’s Allama Iqbal International . . . → Read More: All flights cancelled as PIA strike enters second day
More than 230 educational institutions in Rawalpindi division, including 138 government-run schools and colleges, were sealed – not because of freezing temperatures, but due to inadequate security – police and security officials said on Thursday.
In addition, as many as 53 educational institutions in the Rawalpindi division, including Rawalpindi Medical College, on Thursday received final . . . → Read More: Unsatisfactory security in educational institutions, over 230 sealed
Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) Prime Minister Chaudhry Abdul Majeed strongly condemned on Thursday India’s decision of sending more military and paramilitary troops to Indian-administered Kashmir, Radio Pakistan reported.
“Such continued coercive and hostile tactics could not quell the high spirit of the people of Jammu and Kashmir for freedom of the motherland from long . . . → Read More: Azad Kashmir PM speaks against India for sending more troops to Indian Occupied Kashmir
Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai Secretary General World Kashmir Awareness
N.N. Vohra, Governor of Jammu and Kashmir and apparent ventriloquist dummy for some folks a little further south, according to Kashmir Today, “observed that it is the duty of all citizens to protect and preserve the unity and integrity of the nation, adding that towards the . . . → Read More: Indian occupied Kashmir mourns
Chief of the Army Staff Gen Raheel Sharif on Wednesday “vowed to go to any length” for peace in Karachi, sending out a message that there would be no let-up in the Rangers-led operation in the city. The statement came only two days after he announced that he would retire on the due date.
The . . . → Read More: Peace for Karachi; COAS to go all in