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Reconstruction, uplift of former FATA govt’s top priority: PM

By The Frontier Post | January 1, 2019

F.P. Report ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan Monday said reconstruction and development of former Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) and bringing them at par with rest of the country was top priority of the government. He said this while chairing a high-level meeting regarding reconstruction and development of former FATA at the PM Office. The […]

Govt slashes petrol price by Rs4.86 per liter

By The Frontier Post | December 31, 2018

F.P. Report ISLAMABAD : The government on Monday has reduced petroleum product prices for the month of January 2019. According to notification issued on Monday, petrol price has been slashed by Rs4.86 per litre, whereas the price of High Speed Diesel has also been decreased by Rs 4.26 per litre. The prices of kerosene oil […]

Money laundering case: Apex court orders govt to review decision to place suspects on ECL

By The Frontier Post | December 31, 2018

F.P. Report ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court has showed displeasure and ordered the federal government to review its decision to place 172 individuals on the Exit Control List. The court showed this as it resumed hearing the long-running mega money laundering and fake bank accounts case on Monday. Chief Justice of Pakistan Mian Saqib Nisar headed […]

No intention to topple Sindh government or impose governor rule: Fawad Chaudhry

By The Frontier Post | December 31, 2018

F.P. Report ISLAMABAD Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry categorically stated that the Federal Government has no intention to topple the Sindh government or impose Governor Rule in the province. Addressing a press conference in Islamabad, he said an impression is being given that the federal government wants to interfere or destabilize the Sindh government. “Prime Minister […]

Woman martyred, nine injured in unprovoked Indian firing along LoC

By The Frontier Post | December 31, 2018

F.P. Report MUZAFFARABAD: A woman was martyred and nine others including children injured in yet another incident of unprovoked Indian firing on civilians along the Line of Control (LoC) on Monday. The incident took place in Shah Kot Sector in the Neelum Valley of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) after Indian troops resorted to shelling […]

Mainstreaming merged areas is govt’s top priority, says PM

By The Frontier Post | December 31, 2018

F.P. Report ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Monday that the government’s top priority is the development and mainstreaming of the merged areas in the northern province. The prime minister was presiding over a high-level session held on the development and progress of the erstwhile Federally Administered Tribal Area, which was merged last year […]


Emirati court upholds 10-year sentence against activist

By The Frontier Post | January 1, 2019

DUBAI (AP): A high court in the United Arab Emirates upheld a 10-year prison sentence of Emirati rights activist Ahmed Mansoor for criticizing the government in social media posts, local media and human rights groups said Monday. The Dubai-based Gulf News reported that Mansoor’s sentencing, which also includes a $272,000 fine, was upheld by a […]

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Two dead in bomb blast at Philippine mall

By The Frontier Post | January 1, 2019

COTABATO (AP): Suspected Muslim militants remotely detonated a bomb near the entrance of a mall in the southern Philippines on Monday as people did last-minute shopping ahead of New Year’s Eve celebrations, killing at least two and wounding nearly 30, officials said. The bomb went off near a baggage counter at the entrance of the […]

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Trump: US moving slowly on Syria troop withdrawal

By The Frontier Post | December 31, 2018

WASHINGTON (AA): President Donald Trump signaled Monday the U.S. is slowing its withdrawal of 2,000 troops stationed in Syria. The announcement appears to be at odds with Trump’s original declaration in which he vowed an immediate removal of U.S. forces from Syria and the defeat of the Daesh terrorist group. But the new timeline for […]

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Afghan Taliban were in Tehran for peace talks, says Iran

By The Frontier Post | December 31, 2018

TEHRAN (AFP): Iran said Monday that the Afghan Taliban have visited Tehran for a second round of peace talks in just a few days aimed at bringing an end to 17 years of conflict. Iran has made a more concerted and open push for peace in neighbouring Afghanistan since US President Donald Trump indicated there […]

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Sydney kicks off global 2019 parties with dazzling spectacle

By The Frontier Post | December 31, 2018

SYDNEY (AFP): Australia’s largest city Sydney put on its biggest-ever fireworks display in a spectacular welcome to the New Year, kicking off a wave of celebrations for billions around the world. A record amount of pyrotechnics as well as new fireworks effects and colours lit up the city’s skyline for 12 minutes and dazzled the […]

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Vatican spokesman, deputy, resign over strategy differences

By The Frontier Post | December 31, 2018

VATICAN CITY (Reuters): The Vatican spokesman and his deputy resigned on Monday over disagreements on strategy, ending a year of upheaval in the Holy See’s communications structure. A brief Vatican statement gave no reason for the resignations. Spokesman Greg Burke, an American, tweeted that he and his Spanish deputy, Paloma Garcia Ovejero, had quit to […]

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SC questions why earthquake funds were transferred to BISP, Multan Metro

By The Frontier Post | January 8, 2019

F.P. Report ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court on Monday reprimanded the Earthquake Reconstruction and Rehabilitation Authority (ERRA) for not constructing even a single road in Balakot after the deadly earthquake in 2005. A three-member bench headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan Mian Saqib Nisar heard a suo motu notice pertaining to alleged embezzlement in the grants […]

PN promotes 4 rear admirals to vice admiral position

By The Frontier Post | January 8, 2019

F.P. Report ISLAMABAD: Rear Admiral Ather Mukhtar, Rear Admiral Muhammad Fayyaz Gilani, Rear Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi and Rear Admiral Asif Khaliq have been promoted to the rank of Vice Admiral with immediate effect. According to a press release issued by directorate of Public Relations (Navy) here Monday Vice Admiral Ather Mukhtar got commission in […]

Governor inaugurates Sindh Pensioners Centre

By The Frontier Post | January 8, 2019

F.P. Report KARACHI: The Governor of Sindh Mr. Imran Ismail inaugurated the ‘Sindh Pensioners Centre’ today at “Accountant General Office”. He praised the efforts of Accountant General Sindh and his team for taking initiative for providing hassle-free pension to the old – age retired employees of Government of Sindh, under one roof. Mr Ismail showed […]

KP Cabinet’s next meeting in Khyber, says Shaukat

By The Frontier Post | January 8, 2019

Amjad Ali Afridi JAMRUD: The Minister for Information Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Shaukat Yousafzai Monday said the next meeting of provincial cabinet would be held in newly merged district Khyber to convey a message that peace has restored in merged districts. Due to sacrifices of tribal people and security forces the law and order situation has improved […]

Senior lawyer of PHC gunned down in Peshawar

By The Frontier Post | January 8, 2019

Shah Faisal PESHAWAR: A senior lawyer of Peshawar High Court was gunned down over land dispute in jurisdiction of Gulberg police station here on Monday. According to police, a senior lawyer identified as Niazmen Shah and his father Salih Shah on way to home when the gunmen opened indiscriminate firing on them in a result […]

CM directs formation of panel for checking traffic problems

By The Frontier Post | January 8, 2019

F.P. Report PESHAWAR: Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Mahmood Khan has directed for constituting a committee under the chairmanship of KP Secretary Finance for checking traffic problems downtown Peshawar city and making a comprehensive traffic plan for the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT). The committee will look into the matter of establishing Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Urban Mobility Authority […]


Kabul residents advised to wear masks

By The Frontier Post | December 26, 2018

Monitoring Desk KABUL: The National Environment Protection Agency (NEPA) wants citizens to use face masks in increased pollution with the onset of winter. Mohammad Kazim Homayoon, planning manager at NEPA, told Pajhwok Afghan News lack of proper home-heating facilities, uncontrolled use of smoky fuels, raw coal, low-quality fuel, rubbers and plastics were major causes of […]

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Nangarhar produces 94,000 metric tons of gur this season

By The Frontier Post | December 26, 2018

Monitoring Desk JALALABAD: Farmers in four districts of eastern Nangarhar province have produced some 94,000 metric tons of gur or brown sugar from sugarcane yield this season, replacing Pakistani gur. The farmers say the gur they produced is sold like hot cakes locally but the government has not yet extended any support to them. The […]

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US envoy to brief Indian leaders on talks with Taliban

By The Frontier Post | December 25, 2018

KABUL (Pajhwok): America’s special envoy for reconciliation in Afghanistan will update Indian officials on talks with the Taliban and the future of Delhi-Washington partnership. After a swing trough tenregion, including Abu Dhabi, Pakistan and Afghanistan, Zalmay Khalilzad would visit India in early January, Indian media reported on Monday. India has not been satisfied with US […]

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Kabul attack death toll rises to 43

By The Frontier Post | December 25, 2018

KABUL (TOLONews): At least 43 people were killed, and 10 others were wounded after a group of attackers stormed a government building in Kabul on Monday, spokesman for Ministry of Public Health, Wahid Majrooh confirmed. The Ministry of Interior’s spokesman Najib Danish meanwhile said that at least 28 people were killed, and 20 others were […]

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Taliban behind Kabul attack: Abdullah

By The Frontier Post | December 25, 2018

KABUL (TOLONews): A day after a group of gunmen stormed two government buildings in Kabul in which 43 people were killed, the Chief Executive of Afghanistan, Abdullah Abdullah, said he sees Taliban and their supporters behind the attack. The target of the attack was the Public Works Ministry and the National Authority on Disabled and […]

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Afghan children launch painting campaign for peace

By The Frontier Post | December 25, 2018

KABUL (TOLONews): At least 2,000 children from Herat, Kabul and Kandahar provinces on Tuesday launched a painting campaign for peace to raise their voice for peace and an end to the ongoing conflict which has gripped the Afghans over the past 27 years. The initiative is aimed at using the power of art to bridge […]

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Proposed bank merger in Abu Dhabi may result in 1000 job cuts

By The Frontier Post | December 25, 2018

ABU DHABI (Arab Business): About 1,000 jobs could be cut as part of a proposed merger between three banks in Abu Dhabi, Bloomberg reported. Talks between Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank (ADCB), Union National Bank (UNB) and Al Hilal Bank are at an advanced stage, the report cited unnamed sources as stating. The lenders are working […]

Gold prices climb over concerns about U.S. political uncertainty

By The Frontier Post | December 25, 2018

BENGALURU (Agencies):Gold prices climbed on Monday, holding ground near a six-month high hit last week, as investors remained concerned about political uncertainty in the United States and global economic slowdown. Spot gold was up 0.6 percent at $1,263.91 per ounce as of 0458 GMT. The metal had hit its highest since early July at $1,266.40 […]

RBS applies for German banking licence ahead of Brexit

By The Frontier Post | December 25, 2018

LONDON (BBC News): Royal Bank of  Scotland has applied for a German banking licence to help it retain clients in the European Union in the event of a no-deal Brexit. The move applies to all its subsidiaries, but would only affect NatWest, which trades across the bloc. RBS, which already has a Dutch licence, said […]

SK to file complaint against BMW for ‘delayed’ response to engine fires

By The Frontier Post | December 25, 2018

SEOUL (Reuters): South Korea’s transport ministry said it would file a complaint against German luxury carmaker BMW with prosecutors for allegedly delaying recalls and concealing defects that led to several engine fires in the country this year. The ministry also fined BMW 11.2 billion won ($9.96 million) over “delayed recalls”. A faulty exhaust treatment system […]

UK retail sector axed 150,000 jobs in 2018

By The Frontier Post | December 25, 2018

Monitoring Desk LONDON: Troubled UK high-street retailers shed almost 150,000 jobs this year, hit by high business property taxation, flagging growth and rising online sales, a study showed Monday. Some 148,132 jobs were axed as 20,000 shops and restaurants closed, according to Britain’s Press Association news agency which published data from the Centre for Retail […]

China imports zero US soybeans in November

By The Frontier Post | December 25, 2018

BEIJING (Reuters): China’s soybean imports from the United States plunged to zero in November, marking the first time since the trade war between the world’s two largest economies started that China, the world’s largest soybean buyer, has imported no US supplies. Instead, China has leaned on Brazilian imports to replace the US cargoes, customs data […]


Belgium end year ahead of France

By The Frontier Post | December 21, 2018

PARIS (Agencies): Belgium will end the year as No. 1 ahead of world champions France in the global rankings released by FIFA on Thursday. Belgium, beaten by France in the World Cup semi-finals, edge Didier Deschamps’ team by one ranking point. Belgium have 1,727 points by FIFA’s calculations to 1,726 for France. Brazil are third […]

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Lahore White wins National T20

By The Frontier Post | December 21, 2018

F.P. Report MULTAN: Lahore Region white wont he National T20 cricket cup match against Peshawar regions by nine wickets.Lahore Region white won the toss and decided to field first. Playing first,Peshawar regions scored 99 runs for loss of eight wickets in 20 overs. Saad Ali made 36 runs while Sajid Khan added 34 runs in […]

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Uzbekistan thrashes Nepal 6-1 in Hockey Series Open

By The Frontier Post | December 20, 2018

F.P. Report LAHORE: Uzbekistan overpowered Nepal by 6-1 score in the only match on the fourth day of the Haier Hockey Series Open here at the National Hockey Stadium to get ahead of Kazakhstan on points table. Although, the score-line indicates a one sided encounter, the Nepalese were very much in the game when the […]

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Nasir Jamshed charged over bribery offences

By The Frontier Post | December 20, 2018

KARACHI (Monitoring Desk): Banned former Pakistan batsman Nasir Jamshed has been charged in Britain with bribery offences as part of an investigation into spot-fixing in cricket, the National Crime Agency said on Thursday. Jamshed and two British nationals — Yousaf Anwar and Mohammed Ijaz — were served with written summonses, charging them each with two […]

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Hazara wins first NBP KP Inter-Divisional Boxing title

By The Frontier Post | December 20, 2018

PESHAWAR (APP): Hazara clinched the trophy of the first NBP Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Inter-Divisional Boxing Championship after securing 120 points here at Lala Aman Boxing Arena on Thursday. Regional Chief National Bank of Pakistan Sohail Ahmad, Additional IG Investigation Shehzad Aslam Siddique, Secretary KP Boxing Association Syed Kamal Khan, In-charge Sports NBP Basit Kamal, Executive Officer […]

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Suarez and Messi rekindling magic as favoured victims Celta await

By The Frontier Post | December 20, 2018

BARCELONA (Reuters): It took Barcelona forwards Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez time to adjust to the loss of their third musketeer Neymar but they have forged on as a fearsome double act more prolific than the combined efforts of most other teams in La Liga. With Messi the top scorer in Spain’s top flight with […]

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Fashion & Movies

No one has guts to mess with women in my family: Saif Ali Khan

By The Frontier Post | October 28, 2018

NEW DELHI (AFP): Bollywood actor Saif Ali Khan said he feels “no one has the guts to mess with his family members” and urged that “vulnerable ladies be protected”. Responding to a question regarding the #MeToo movement in India, Saif said, “It is a very unequal society. I don’t think anyone will misbehave with my […]

Arjun Kapoor and Malaika Arora likely to get married next year

By The Frontier Post | October 27, 2018

Monitoring Desk MUMBAI: Just yesterday a picture of Arjun Kapoor and Malaika Arora holding hands at Milan airport went viral on the internet. The alleged lovers who have not been open about their relationship until now, we hear may soon go official about their relationship. The duo has been rumoured to be in a relationship […]

‘Arjun Reddy’ remake titled ‘Kabir Singh’

By The Frontier Post | October 27, 2018

Monitoring Desk MUMBAI: The much-anticipated remake of the Telugu blockbuster Arjun Reddy has been a topic of discussion ever since it was announced. There has been a lot of speculation about what the film’s title would be for months now. Finally, the wait is over. The Hindi remake of Arjun Reddy starring Shahid Kapoor and […]

Kareena Kapoor Khan and Priyanka Chopra to be seen together on Koffee With Karan 6

By The Frontier Post | October 27, 2018

Monitoring Desk MUMBAI: Get ready to witness the best and most entertaining episode of Koffee With Karan season 6 featuring Kareena Kapoor Khan and Priyanka Chopra. With some great star combinations already announced for this season, this one has come to us as the biggest surprise. According to a report in Mumbai Mirror, show’s host […]

Priyanka Chopra, Nick Jonas to get married in December

By The Frontier Post | October 26, 2018

Monitoring Desk MUMBAI: Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh have announced that are going to tie the knot on November 14 and 15 and the wedding will likely take place at Lake Como, Italy. Priyanka Chopra and singer Nick Jonas who shared the good news about their engagement ceremony in August are likely have a lavish […]

‘Badhaai Ho’ earns more than Rs 66 crores in first week

By The Frontier Post | October 26, 2018

Monitoring Desk MUMBAI: Badhaai Ho is a freshly brewed story about a family in which middle-aged parents are expecting a child. With humour and intelligent dialogue, the film’s script acts as a hero to rightfully send out the message that the makers are trying to portray. The film stars Ayushmann Khurrana, Sanya Malhotra, Gajraj Rao, […]

Science & Technology

FIA to establish 10 more cyber crime centers

By The Frontier Post | June 26, 2018

F.P. Report ISLAMABAD: Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has planned to establish ten more Cyber Crime Centers across the country to deal with technology based crimes. National Response Centre for Cyber Crime (NR3C), is the latest introduction to mandate of the FIA, primarily to deal with technology based crimes and It is the only unit of […]

Pakistan to launch satellite soon

By The Frontier Post | June 25, 2018

F.P. Report ISLAMABAD: Pakistan is set to launch PakTES-1A, an indigenously developed remote sensing satellite in July this year, said Foreign Office Spokesman Dr Muhmmad Faisal on Sunday. In a tweet, the spokesman said that PakTES-1A was an indigenously developed remote sensing satellite that weighed 285 kg. It will be launched at 610 km sun-synchronous […]

China’s ZTE likely to take last step to ease US ban

By The Frontier Post | June 23, 2018

WASHINGTON (Agencies): ZTE Corp is expected to deposit $400 million in an escrow account in a U.S. bank in the “next couple of days,” the last step the Chinese company must take before a ban on U.S. suppliers can be lifted, a U.S. Department of Commerce official told on Friday. ZTE, which makes smartphones and networking […]

Samsung to test its first “Android Go Phone”

By The Frontier Post | June 23, 2018

Monitoring Desk Samsung is one of the leading smartphone manufacturers. Now Samsung is Reportedly Testing its First Android Go Phone.  A new report from SamMobile claims that the company is testing different versions of a phone with the model number SM-J260 in a number of different countries in Europe, Latin America, and Asia. According to the SamMobile, in April, one version of […]

‘How to block fake Facebook accounts before elections’

By The Frontier Post | June 22, 2018

F.P. Report LAHORE: Responding to a petition questioning alleged impact of fake social media accounts on the upcoming general elections, the Lahore High Court (LHC) has sought recommendations to regulate such accounts. Justice Abid Aziz Sheikh presided over the case, filed by a citizen Shahid Jamal Tabrezi. The Judge directed the petitioner to come up […]

Electric scooters launch in Paris

By The Frontier Post | June 22, 2018

PARIS (AFP/APP): The boulevards of Paris, already bustling with a dizzying range of transport devices, are set to feature a new shared electric scooter system that has swept the US and is now heading for Europe. California-based Lime launched a pilot scheme for the two-wheeled powered scooters on Thursday in several districts of the French […]


Keeping the same doctor could help you live longer

By The Frontier Post | July 10, 2018

Monitoring Desk NEW YORK: Those of you who have been seeing the same doctor over the years might be in luck — new research out of the U.K. suggests that visiting the same physician over time could save your life. In other words, if you want to live a long and healthy life but don’t […]

Committed to eradicate polio virus to protect children

By The Frontier Post | July 9, 2018

F.P. Report KARACHI: Commissioner Karachi Muhammad Sualeh Ahmad Faruqui has said that government is committed to eradicate the polio virus and for the purpose making all out coordinated efforts on priority bases  to make Pakistan polio free country. and to protect our children from this  crippled disease. He said this while talking to the delegation […]

Beetle can be helpful in cancer treatment

By The Frontier Post | July 6, 2018

Monitoring Desk IZMIR: The poison of Paederus beetle will be a “ray of hope” for cancer treatment, a Turkish associate professor told Anadolu Agency. “It [poison] shows an adverse effect to cancer cells. Both our team and the colleagues that we work together abroad, are working on this poison. During the study it was found […]

Nuts could boost male fertility

By The Frontier Post | July 5, 2018

PARIS (AFP): Eating nuts “significantly” boosted the number and health of sperm in young men in a scientific trial, researchers said Wednesday. The findings “support a beneficial role for chronic nut consumption in sperm quality,” they said, but stressed the study participants were all healthy, apparently fertile men. The potential benefits of nuts for men […]

Coffee to increase teamwork

By The Frontier Post | July 4, 2018

Monitoring Desk Coffee is known to keep us more alert and focused, so many of us use it to boost our energy levels and productivity. However, it turns out that this popular stimulant may help to sustain not only individual effort, but also constructive interaction within a team. A new study suggests that a little […]

Air pollution increases risk of diabetes

By The Frontier Post | July 3, 2018

PARIS (AFP): Air pollution caused one in seven new cases of diabetes in 2016, according to a US study, which found even low levels raised the chances of developing the chronic disease. Diabetes has primarily been associated with lifestyle factors like diet and a sedentary lifestyle, but research by the Washington University School of Medicine […]



HR abuses in IoK reach UN ears

By The Frontier Post | June 26, 2018

Iqbal Khan In a welcome surprise, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights has recommended to HR Cou-ncil to establish a “Commis-sion of Inquiry” (COI) for international investigation into human rights violations in Kashmir. A COI is one of the UN’s highest-level probes, generally reserved for major crises. Due to Indian refusal for direct access, […]

Why did Saudi Arabia lift the driving ban on women only now?

By The Frontier Post | June 25, 2018

Hana Al-Khamri Starting today, women in Saudi Arabia are finally able to drive legally after a long-standing ban was lifted by a royal decree. The unexpected decision to finally allow women to drive has been welcomed and praised by human rights campaigners across the world since it was first announced in September last year. But […]

Vision 2025, From Pakistan to Desert-istan

By The Frontier Post | June 24, 2018

Muhammad Imran It is going to be a zero-water day in early 2019 if the water crisis continues; which means that everyone will be allowed to use only 25 liters of water daily, less than what we use in a five minutes shower. Until then, the government has decided to ban using tap water for […]

US Foreign Policy in crisis

By The Frontier Post | June 23, 2018

M. Javad Zarif Following the Trans-Pacific Partnership and the Paris Climate Accord, the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) is the third multilateral agreement that the current United States administration has withdrawn from. The administration has also put in jeopardy other multilateral arrangements such as NAFTA, the global trade system, and parts of the United […]

Ramping up Russia threat – manna from heaven for UK arms industry

By The Frontier Post | June 22, 2018

John Wight In the West the painting of Russia as an expansionist power bent on destabilization continues. And the UK arms industry couldn’t be happier. In a report produced by the UK House of Commons Defence Committee, arguing for an increase in UK defence spending, seeing Russia described as being “central to the discussion of […]

Separating children from their families is nothing new, US has been doing it for decades

By The Frontier Post | June 21, 2018

Darius Shahtahmasebi Outrage over the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” immigration policy appears to have little to do with genuine concerns over human-rights abuses committed by the US government on a routine basis. The Trump administration’s Stephen Miller-inspired immigration policy of coercively tearing children from their parents is rightly receiving a hefty load of criticism, even […]


Appeasing offshore account holders

By The Frontier Post | June 20, 2018

The tax amnesty scheme announced by the previous PML-N government has not encouraged the illegal offshore account holders to pay a ridiculously low 2 percent tax and get their black money whitened both within the country and abroad. Extremely worried about the precarious economic situation, the caretaker government, with its limited mandate to fix the […]

Chronic problem of power outages

By The Frontier Post | June 19, 2018

The Power Division has claimed that Rs. 93. 5 billion have been spent over the past five years to improve the power transmission and distribution and distribution network that could not bear the electricity load. But still frequent power break downs occur and there is no reduction in the load shedding of longer duration despite […]

COAS visit of Kabul

By The Frontier Post | June 15, 2018

Chief of Army of Staff, General Qamar JavedBajwa in his visit of Kabul, held one-on-one meeting with Afghan President Asraf Ghani and engaged in a delegation level discussion on issues of bilateral interest. He also met with Chief Executive Dr. Abdullah Abdullah and commander US forces Jhon Nicholson. In meetings with Afghan leadership various issues […]

US-North Korea summit

By The Frontier Post | June 14, 2018

After a prolonged era of hostilities between the United States and North Korea, that spanned over almost seven decades, a first ever summit meeting took place on Sentosa Island in Singapore between President Donald Trump and his North Korean counterpart Kim Jong-un. The two leaders signed what was described a comprehensive deal in front of […]

Tapping the export potential

By The Frontier Post | June 13, 2018

Exports are steadily on the rise. According to the data revealed by the State Bank of Pakistan, the growth in exports has been positive over the past 11 months, showing an average increase of 11 percent. This is a reversal of the trend that prevailed during July 2014 to April 2017. The exports growth has […]

Resolving ongoing water crisis

By The Frontier Post | June 12, 2018

The ruling political elite deliberately ignored issue of water crisis in future since 1975. They remained oblivious of its grave consequences of climate change effect causing long spell of droughts, devastating floods, and desertification of the agricultural land under cultivation. After the last attempt by a Sindhi Prime Minister Mohammad Khan Junejo early 1985, no […]

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