Monday, October 25, 2021

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Strike disrupts flights at Amsterdam Airport

More than 60 flights were delayed at Schiphol airport, Amsterdam in the Netherlands on Monday due to a strike by KLM ground service staff. More strikes are scheduled later this week. The two-hour strike at the Schiphol airport, Amsterdam, from...

Netherlands: Princess Christina died of bone cancer

Princess Christina, the sister of Princess Beatrix, the Queen of the Netherlands who abdicated in 2013, passed away on Friday, at the age of 72, due to bone cancer. Maria Christina, also known as the Princess of Orange-Nassau, born almost...

Imposition of tax on LNG to heighten energy crisis – Makda POGEE 2019 to provide many solutions of the energy crisis

The present government should resolve energy crisis prevailing in the country otherwise all efforts to lift the ailing economy could prove to be futile, this was stated by the Chief Guest and President, Karachi Chamber of Commerce and Industry...

European elections begin in Britain and the Netherlands

The European elections in Britain and the Netherlands began Thursday morning amidst the rise of the extreme right across the continent and an unprecedented sleep of the current skeptical of the usefulness of European unity and the European Union...

42,000 people in the Netherlands petitioned parliament to criminalize prostitution in the country

Some 42,000 young people in the Netherlands have petitioned the Dutch parliament, which aims to criminalize prostitution in the country, and launched the campaign " "My life is priceless "through social media in the Netherlands. The laws in force in...

Russia surpasses America in LNG exports to Europe and Asia

A report by the International Group of Liquefied Natural Gas Importers (LNG Importers) said Monday that in 2018 Russia advanced to the United States in terms of volume of LNG imports to Europe and Asia. Russian net natural gas exports...

Netherlands warns of a Turkish man after the Utrecht incident, picture released

Dutch police have warned against approaching a 37-year-old Turkish man after the shootout in Utrecht. Dutch mayor confirmed that three persons dead in shootout. Read also: Shooting in Utrecht may be motivated by terrorism: Dutch Police

Shooting in Utrecht may be motivated by terrorism: Dutch Police

Shooting in Tram in the Netherlands on Monday could have a terrorist motive, a police spokesman said. "The police are looking into this possibility," said Jost Lanschage. Prime Minister Mark Roth said he was "very concerned" about the incident. While...

SECP registers 1,317 new companies in January

In January, the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) registered 1,317 new companies. As compared to the corresponding month of last financial year, it represents a growth of 9 percent, raising the number of registered companies to over 95,000. The...

Chinese investment in Pakistan jumps 45.26% in first half of FY19

Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) from China in Pakistan increased by 45.26 percent to US$1,104.2 million in first half (July-December) of current fiscal year against the investment of $760 million recorded during same period of last year. According to latest data...
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China passes law to ease pressure of homework on children

The Chinese government approved a law on school students, as part of a series of measures taken by the...
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