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Earthquake Hits Balochistan


March 3, 2019

Islamabad (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News – 3rd March, 2019) Earthquake tremors were felt in Balochistan on Sunday. According to details, the earthquake tremors were felt in Sibbi and surrounding areas. The magnitude of earthquake was recorded at 4. 1 on Richter scale. The depth of the earthquake was 15 km. The centre of the earthquake was 55 kilometres south …

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Heavy rains, snowfall in Balochistan leave six dead, dozens injured


March 3, 2019

QUETTA: Winter is not quite done with Balochistan as on Saturday a deadly weather system brought with it heavy rains and snowfall in the province, leaving six people dead and over a dozen injured, officials said. Several parts of the province were inundated with floodwaters and the paramilitary personnel were called in to evacuate people to safer areas. In Guldar …

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Bring people stranded in Gulf states first, PM asks PIA


March 3, 2019

KARACHI: A day after Pakistan partially opened its airspace and allowed domestic and international airlines to resume flight operations at four airports, Prime Minister Imran Khan ordered the national flag carrier to give priority to the passengers stranded in Saudi Arabia and Gulf countries. The flight operations at the international airports in Karachi, Islamabad, Peshawar and Quetta fully resumed on …

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Qatari Emir lauds PM Imran Khan for releasing Indian pilot and maintaining peace


March 3, 2019

ISLAMABAD: During a telephonic conversation Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani lauded Prime Minister Imran Khan for his gesture of peace to hand over to India captured pilot Abhinandan. Foreign Office spokesperson Dr Mohammad Faisal revealed that the Emir of Qatar talking to the premier over a call lauded the PM’s efforts for maintain peace while also highlighting …

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Finnish expert busts Indian claim of downing Pakistan F-16


March 3, 2019

Bellingcat, which received international attention with its analysis of forged data on satellite images of the downing of the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 during the still ongoing war in eastern Ukraine, in its latest finding stated that there’s no compelling evidence that an F-16 was shot down by India over Kashmir. Authored by Veli-PekkaIt,a Finnish expert on technology, the report …

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