Day: November 8, 2021

Japan’s Prime Minister expected to make ex-Defense Chief Human Rights Adviser: Reports

Tokyo, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida intends to set up a new post of a human rights adviser that will possibly be headed by former Defense Minister Gen Nakatani, as part of the upcoming formation of a new cabinet. According to media reports, the new portfolio will be established in response to the poor human …

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Kanpur Metro trial run to start from Wednesday

Kanpur, Kanpur’s transport system will soon get a major boost. The-much awaited Kanpur Metro rail would start its trial run from November 10.  Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will flag off the trail run at 1000 hrs on Wednesday, state industrial development minister Satish Mahana said. After completing the technical formalities, according to Mahana, a plan …

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PML-N leader demands Pak PM’s resignation over irregularities in Daska bypolls

Islamabad, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) president Shehbaz Sharif has demanded Prime Minister Imran Khan to resign and face the law amid the findings of an inquiry report by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) on irregularities in Daska bypolls. Dawn quoted Sharif as saying on Sunday that attempts were being made to rob and snatch …

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Bangladesh: Transport strike withdrawn after govt accepts demand to hike fare

Dhaka, The nationwide strike of public transport buses in Bangladesh was called off late on Sunday after the government agreed to raise the fare of diesel operated buses and minivans by approximately 27 per cent. However, there would be no increase in the fare charged by the CNG operated buses and minivans and other public …

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Taliban-Appointed acting Foreign Minister to visit Pakistan – Source

Kabul, Afghan Acting Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi from the Taliban (terrorist organization, banned in Russia) government plans to visit Pakistan, a source in the foreign ministry told. “The date has not been determined yet, but Muttaqi has been invited and he accepted the invitation,” the source said, without specifying the upcoming visit’s agenda. At …

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