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Pakistani News

March 4, 2014

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Why people’s first preference is Nokia In Pakistan

Nokia is engaged in the manufacturing of mobile devices and in converging Internet and communications industries, with over 132,000 employees in 120 countries. Nokia has a wide range of expensive and inexpensive mobile brands. People can easily afford these brands.  Although Nokia is also providing very much affordable range handsets but these handsets feature reliable and fabulous specifications as well. The question is why people in Pakistan give first preference to Nokia Brand? The answer could be very simple that the Majority of people in Pakistan preferred to purchase Nokia’s handsets because it is very much reliable brand. There are other lots of reasons of people’s Love to buy Nokia Brand such as due to its assured warranty, durability, sale after purchased assurance, etc. The company is moving towards the right direction because it provides everything, which its customers want, particularly technologies and ...

Fashion and Style

Latest Collection for Eid-ul-Azha by Style Guru

Style guru is a famous brand in Pakistan. It is also an online boutique and they deals with stylish and brands made attires. They are providing to their clientele stitched and unstitched outfits of highly renowned designers of Pakistan. They are offering a remarkable, gorgeous and extremely new collection for Eid-ul- Azha at very affordable rates. Online boutiques are getting much more famous as from their help the people live outside the Pakistan can also wear Pakistani garments. They offer very pretty and reasonable costs for designer’s suite you just order and the dress will be in your door steps. If you are go with their collection then you have the following Contact:

Pakistani News

Pakistan seeks update on Raymond Davis

WASHINGTON: Pakistan’s embassy in Washington has asked the Justice Department for an update on its promised investigation into Raymond Davis’s last brush with the law, when he shot and killed two Pakistanis in January. Raymond Davis, the CIA contractor, whose arrest in Pakistan caused an international incident, had flown under the radar for the past several months. It was only when he was charged with assault the other day — after a dispute outside a bagel shop in Colorado — that the world again began to take notice. In an October 3 diplomatic note to Justice and the State Department, Ambassador Hussain Haqqani referenced “the ongoing investigation” and asked that “the latest status in the matter may kindly be conveyed to the Embassy.” Haqqani said no reply had yet been received. Asked the same question, Justice spokesperson Laura Sweeney declined to comment on the department’s behalf. Davis, whom...

World News

Afghan leader assails Pakistan for Taliban support

KABUL, Afghanistan: The Afghan president says Taliban insurgents ”can’t move a finger” without Pakistani support. Hamid Karzai spoke in an interview with the BBC that aired on Friday, the 10th anniversary of the US invasion. However, Karzai insists he doesn’t mean to reprimand Pakistan but is simply saying what both nations already know in the hope of finding a solution to the conflict. The US and its allies invaded Afghanistan on Oct. 7, 2001, seeking to topple the radical Islamic Taliban and the group’s ability to provide safe harbor to al Qaeda in the wake of the 9/11 attacks on the United States. In the interview, Karzai also said the Afghan government and international allies have failed to provide security for the Afghan people.

Pakistani News

APC issues unanimous declaration, calls for unity

ISLAMABAD: The All-Party Conference (APC) which was convened in Islamabad at the behest of Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani has issued a unanimous declaration in which all the various parties called for unity in light of the recent increase in pressure on Pakistan by the United States. Among the issues that the declaration has put forward, include a new foreign policy, better relations with Pakistan’s neighbours and a peaceful resolution to the war in Afghanistan. The APC rejected all allegations that have been leveled against Pakistan by the United States including alleged links between the ISI and the Haqqani network. The resolution also gave full support to the armed forces of Pakistan and stated that they are the defenders of the country’s sovereignty. A committee has now been formed which will review and implement the resolution put forward during the APC meeting