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Pak Supreme Court reserves judgment on Nawaz Sharif in #Panamgate case

Pakistan Supreme Court today reserved its verdict in Panamagate case filed against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his family over alleged corruption. A date for the judgement has yet to be announced. The judgment was reserved after counsels of both sides concluded their arguments. The Panamagate case is being heard by a three-member bench of the Supreme Court. The court also opened Volume X of the joint investigation team's (JIT) report, which was earlier marked confidential, providing a copy of the same ..

Russian-Chinese naval exercises starts in Baltic Sea

The Russia China unity in defense scares many powerful countries in the world. Fuelling the campaign against “Russian aggression”, the joint Russian-Chinese naval exercises named “Maritime Cooperation-2017" has started on Friday in the Baltic Sea. This is the first time China is participating in any exercise in Baltic Sea. Russian is the official language of this military exercise...

It’s High-Time! We have turned our Mother Earth into ‘Plastic Planet’: Study

Humans have created 8.3 billion metric tonnes of plastics since the early 1950s, and most of it now resides in landfills or the natural environment, a study has found. Researchers, including those from the University of Georgia (UGA) in the US, found that by 2015, humans had generated 8.3 billion metric tonnes of plastics, 6.3 billion tonnes of which had already become waste. ..

India expresses its concern over miserable security condition of Africa in UN Security Council meeting

The constant increasing terror in Africa is a crucial issue at the moment. But it has been overlooked by International communities constantly. Taking benefit from this indifference, the Islamist Terror groups like Boko Haram, Al Shabab are increasing their torture in the region. India has expressed its concern over "less than satisfactory" response to terrorist threats. The price of this “indifference” may cost immeasurably. ..

Britain to help Japan for tackling N Korea’s missile threat

On Thursday, British Foreign Secretary Bois Johnson arrived in Japan. During this visit, it was predicted North Korea's missile threat and Brexit is likely to top the agenda. Making the prediction true, Johnson in his speech termed North Korea's recent intercontinental ballistic missile test as a "reckless provocation". He urged China to take an important role to solve the issue...