Monday , 16 April 2018
Home / GetNewsViews


ZTE joins Huawei in the US government’s doghouse

The US government doesn’t want American companies to do business with another Chinese phone manufacturer, this time training its ban hammer on ZTE. Like Huawei, ZTE facing new scrutiny today from the US Department of Commerce.  The maker of the ZTE Axon 7 and Axon M won’t be able to …

Read More »

Younis Khan leaves PCB Level-III course citing mistreatment

Former Test player Younis Khan on Monday announced to cut short Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Level-III course citing and leave back for Karachi citing mistreatment by officials of National Cricket Academy (NCA). He shared the news on popular microblogging website Twitter with a video message. “I received an email from …

Read More »

Macron, Trudeau deepen ‘bromance’ in Paris | World

French President Emmanuel Macron (R) and Canada’s Justin Trudeau see each other as natural liberal allies in a world increasingly shaped by right-wing nationalism PARIS: French President Emmanuel Macron and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau stressed their common vision and the strength of their personal friendship as they met in …

Read More »

Pakistan media watchdog ordered to monitor ‘anti-judiciary’ speeches

The Lahore High Court has directed electronic media watchdog to monitor “anti-judiciary speeches” and decide on complaints filed against ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif, his daughter Maryam Nawaz and other leaders of the PML-N. The order came on Monday in response to petitions accusing the PML-N supreme leader and his daughter of …

Read More »

Who is America’s Best European Ally?

In Europe, French President Emmanuel Macron led the charge for the Western military strike on Syria, but as far as the British are concerned, he did so by shoving them out the way. Following Saturday’s U.S.-led coordinated airstrikes on Syria, British officials have taken to criticizing the young French leader, …

Read More »