Internal Enemies of Pakistan are busy in Anti-Pakistan Affairs Abroad

Pakistan is an unfortunate state where Pakistan’s enemies freely run their campaign with the support of enemies of Pakistan abroad. To date, no traitor has been hanged except Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto. Matter... Read more »

اندرونی دشمنوں کی بیرونِ ملک پاکستان کے خلاف سازشیں

 سید عتیق الحسن، سڈنی آسٹریلیاء پاکستان کی بدقسمتی یہ ہے کہ پاکستان کے نظریاتی دشمن آزادی سے پاکستان توڑنے کے جرم میں ملوث رہے، اور آج بھی  آزادی سےاپنی مذموم کاروائیوں میں... Read more »

DIY oxygen conversion unit proving valuable in fight against India’s COVID-19 battle

Sydney (Tribune International, Monash University Release, 7 July, 2021): As COVID-19 continues to devastate much of India, a group of international researchers led by Monash University have developed an oxygen conversion unit... Read more »

OBITUARY: HE WILL ALWAYS BE REMEMBERED

Report by Tribune International, 7 July 2021: Mohammed Yusuf Khan known as Dilip Kumar who sadly passed away today (7/07/2021), at the age of 98 at Hinduja Hospital Mumbai. The Son of... Read more »

Sustainable Development Goals can guide Asia and the Pacific to build back better, says UN report

Bangkok (ESCAP news) – The Asia-Pacific region must accelerate progress everywhere and urgently reverse its regressing trends on many Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to achieve its ambitions by 2030, says a report... Read more »

GLOBAL COMPACT FOR SAFE, ORDERLY AND REGULAR MIGRATION

First Regional Review of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration Concludes in Asia and the Pacific Bangkok (ESCAP News) – The first regional review of the Global Compact for... Read more »

Achieving an equal future for women in Asia and the Pacific in the post-COVID-19 era

Bangkok (ESCAP news) – A dialogue among women leaders in the Asia-Pacific region to mark International Women’s Day (IWD) 2021 highlighted the need for Governments to continue their efforts to promote and... Read more »

Malaysia – Sri Lanka relations to focus on bilateral cooperation in trade and security in the post Covid-19 recovery

Colombo (Tribune International, SL Public Communication Div, 14 Dec 2020): Malaysian High Commissioner in Colombo Tan Yang Thai paid a Courtesy Call on Foreign Minister Dinesh Gunawardena at the Foreign Ministry premises on... Read more »

COVID-19 redefined enterprise networking spending of enterprises across Asia-Pacific, says GlobalData

London (Tribune International, GlobalData Release, 11 September 2020): The outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic continues to persist, as a result of which enterprises are now focussing on remote accessibility and connectivity features for... Read more »

UK cannot question HK security law

By Huo Zhengxin The Law of the People’s Republic of China on Safeguarding National Security in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region was passed unanimously at the 20th session of the Standing... Read more »

اسلام آباد میں مندر کی تعمیر

بقلم سید عتیق الحسن، سڈنی آسٹریلیا اسلام میں واضح طور پر غیر مسلم کے حقوق بیان کئے گئے ہیں۔ اسلامی مملکت میں غیر مسلم کو سماجی اور انسانی حقوق فراہم کرنا بھی... Read more »

بھارت نے مقبوضہ کشمیر میں رہائشی متنازعہ سرٹیفکیٹ جاری کرنا شروع کردیا

پچیس ہزار غیر کشمیریوں کو کشمیر کے ڈومیسائل دے دئے گئے 15دن میں ڈومیسائل جاری نہ کرنے والے تحصیلدار کی تنخواہ سے کٹوتی ہوگی نئی دہلی(ساوتھ ایشین وائر) مقبوضہ کشمیر کے متنازعہ... Read more »

Why not the dictatorial attitude of the family of military officers in Pakistan?

by Syed Atiq Al Hassan The abusive behavior of a woman with a police officer on the motorway is highly objectionable. The woman threatened that she was the wife of a colonel... Read more »

Repatriation of Sri Lankan Students from South Asia concludes

Colombo (Tribune International, Minister of Foreign Relations Release, 1 May 2020): With the arrival this evening (30 April) of UL 1188 carrying 125 Sri Lankan students from Kolkata, the operation to bring... Read more »

BJP Leader’s racist remarks against Muslims must be slammed

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan, Sydney Australia; One of the key leaders of the BJP ruling party in India, Subramanian Swamy, in a video interview, said that any country where Muslims are... Read more »

Pakistani students in Australia seek immediate help from the government of Pakistan

Pakistani students staying in Australia and Pakistani visitors need immediate attention from the government of Pakistan especially Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan. Several Pakistani students are studying in colleges and universities... Read more »

Pakistan and the Muslims in India

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan The aim to create the independent Muslim State of Pakistan was also to stand against the unjust and victimization if happens in any part of the world.... Read more »

India must play a role of an elder brother instead a rivalry in South Asia

Hostile behaviour could lead to Nuclear War By Syed Atiq ul Hassan It is not the only fact that India has issues with Pakistan, as a matter of reality India has problems... Read more »

Joint Investigation Report on former Pakistani President Zardari

The top level Joint Investigation Team in Pakistan has submitted its 128 pages report to the Supreme Court of Pakistan where former President of Pakistan Mr. Asif Ali Zardari has been found... Read more »

Negotiations and not violence can solve the Kashmir Dispute: Dr. Fai

Istanbul, Turkey. December 10, 2018. “Kashmir is internationally recognized as a disputed territory whose final status is yet to be determined by the people. This is a matter that urgently needs to... Read more »
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Air China introduces Brisbane to Beijing direct flights

Brisbane Airport welcomes new direct Air China flights to/from Beijing The first Air China flight from Beijing to Brisbane has landed safely at Brisbane Airport on December 11, setting new heights of... Read more »
A policeman takes a picture of a car burned during clashes near the Faizabad junction in Islamabad, Pakistan November 26, 2017. REUTERS/Caren Firouz.

Pakistan’s religious parties call off protests after minister resigns

Pakistani Islamists who clashed with police at the weekend have called off national protests after the resignation of Law Minister Zahid Hamid. After the weeks-long protest that paralysed the capital, the Pakistan... Read more »

Australia and Japan collaborate to unveil the secrets of hidden ‘continent’ of Zealandia

Scientists from Australia and Japan are attempting to unlock the secrets of the “lost continent” of Zealandia by investigating the huge underwater landmass east of Australia that has never been properly studied.... Read more »

Saudi prince killed in helicopter crash

Saudi deputy governor and 7 others killed in helicopter crash A helicopter carrying several Saudi officials, including a high-ranking prince, has crashed in the kingdom’s southwest near the border with Yemen, the... Read more »