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Pak Premier calls for joint efforts to combat regional challenges in SAARC meeting

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has declared that Pakistan is committed to jointly working with SAARC member states in fighting terrorism, corruption and organized crimes.

Pak Premier calls for joint efforts to combat regional challenges in SAARC meeting
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Silent Tears Of The August In Bangladesh History

The August, the 8th month of the zodiac, named after the great Greek emperor Augustus is an eventful month in the annals of history of this subcontinent. Augustus was the founder of the Roman Empire and its first Emperor, ruling from 27 BC until his death in AD 14. August 18.

Silent Tears Of The August In Bangladesh History
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E-waste likely to affect human health

"E-waste can give rise to a number of toxic by-products while the hazardous components are processed. They are likely to affect human health".

Be a change Maker Award Ceremony on E-waste Management
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U.S. Continues Support for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Ecosystem in Sri Lanka

As part of its commitment to support sustainable economic growth in Sri Lanka, the Embassy of the United States of America supports expert American speakers and ongoing programs to encourage innovation and entrepreneurship across the country.

U.S. Continues Support for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Ecosystem in Sri Lanka
Embassy Speaker Artin Arabshahi Karlin Ventures
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Time World Punishes Pakistan For Its Terrorist Enterprise

When veteran diplomat Zalmay Khalilzad appeared before a joint meeting of US Congressional panels on Terrorism, Non-Proliferation, Trade and Asia and the Pacific issues on July 12 afternoon and exposed Pakistan’s perfidious games of terrorism, he did not disclose anything new, much less earth shattering.

Time World Punishes Pakistan For Its Terrorist Enterprise
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