Articles about National Action Plan

As locust swarms ravage crops, Pakistan declares national emergency

02 Feb 2020

World
As locust swarms ravage crops, Pakistan declares national emergency

As swarms of desert locusts continue to wreak havoc in Pakistan, the nation has declared a national emergency to eliminate the pest infestation.

Pakistan takes U-turn, says Bahawalpur seminary not linked to JeM

24 Feb 2019

World
Pakistan takes U-turn, says Bahawalpur seminary not linked to JeM

Taking a complete U-turn, the Pakistan government yesterday dismissed its own claim of taking over the control of the Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) headquarters in Bahawalpur and said the complex has no link with the terror outfit, which claimed responsibility for the deadly Pulwama suicide attack that killed 40 CRPF personnel in Jammu and Kashmir.

NGT summons Delhi-govt official to explain action-plan on climate change

12 Oct 2018

India
NGT summons Delhi-govt official to explain action-plan on climate change

The National Green Tribunal has summoned an official of the Environment Department in Delhi to explain the proposed amendments made by AAP government in the State Action Plan on Climate Change (SAPCC).

Pakistan militant outfits LeT, JeM continue to pose threat: US

21 Sep 2018

World
Pakistan militant outfits LeT, JeM continue to pose threat: US

The US has said the Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) and Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) militant groups continue to pose a regional threat and that Pakistan didn't adequately address America's concerns on terrorism in 2017.

Heat-wave kills two in Maharashtra, other states on high alert

31 Mar 2017

India
Heat-wave kills two in Maharashtra, other states on high alert

On Thursday, the Maharashtra government affirmed that two people, one each from Aurangabad and Solapur districts, died due to the heat wave.

Global warming has nine Indian cities blistering in heat

30 Mar 2017

India
Global warming has nine Indian cities blistering in heat

A new study published in the US journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, depicts that even if the targets set in the Paris Climate goals are met somehow, 44 major cities across the globe are still going to witness deadly heat in near future.

Pakistan paying Rs.1 crore to cross LoC

12 Dec 2016

India
Pakistan paying Rs.1 crore to cross LoC

Sardar Raees Inqlabi, a leader in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK), has accused Pakistan of paying massive sums of money to terrorists who cross the Line-of-Control (LoC).

Pak Information Minister sacked over Dawn report

30 Oct 2016

World
Pak Information Minister sacked over Dawn report

In the aftermath of the Cyril Almeida case, Pakistan's Information Minister Pervaiz Rashid has been sacked from his post.

Pak army concerned over Dawn article

16 Oct 2016

World
Pak army concerned over Dawn article

Pakistani Army Chief General Raheel Sharif, who presided over the meeting that was leaked to the Dawn newspaper said "participants viewed it as a breach of national security."

Travel ban on Dawn journalist lifted

15 Oct 2016

World
Travel ban on Dawn journalist lifted

The travel ban imposed on Cyril Almeida was lifted by the Pakistani government.

Have nothing against Cyril Almeida or Dawn: Pak Army

14 Oct 2016

World
Have nothing against Cyril Almeida or Dawn: Pak Army

Last week, Pakistan's Dawn journalist Cyril Almeida reported a "heated" meeting chaired by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif that became a top story.