Imran Khan Reaches Washington On A Three-Day Official Trip; To Meet US President Today

New Delhi: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan arrived in Washington on Saturday afternoon on a three-day official trip to the US. Khan, 66, is scheduled to meet US President Donald Trump at the White House on July 22 during which the American leadership will press him to take “decisive and irreversible” actions against terrorist and militant groups operating from Pakistani soil and facilitate peace talks with the Taliban.

The cricketer-turned-politician arrived here aboard a commercial Qatar Airways flight and is staying at the official residence of the Pakistani Ambassador to the US, Asad Majeed Khan.

He was welcomed at the airport by his foreign minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi. A large number of Pakistani Americans also welcomed him.


Donald Trump claims that he did not approve of chanting send back against Ilhan Omar

New Delhi: A day after President Donald Trump led supporters into chanting “send her back”, for the Somalia-born Democratic lawmaker Ilhan Omar, at a re-election rally in North Carolina, he has claimed he actually did not approve of it and tried to stop it.

Donald Trump had waited noticeably — 13 seconds — for the chanting to end, without doing anything to stop it. He did not immediately admonish his supporters or for hours after. Trump waited for the chants to subside before resuming his speech

He is now understood to be trying to make amends faced with growing unease among Republicans about his feud with the four Democratic women lawmakers of color and the racist tone that he has adopted and has continued to pursue.


US President Donald Trump Asks Nobel Peace Laureate For What Reason She Got The Prize

New Delhi: US President Donald Trump found it “incredible” that the slight woman in a black dress standing over his shoulder in the Oval Office was a Nobel winner.

“And you had the Nobel Prize,” he asked Nadia Murad, turning to face her fully. And when she replied in the affirmative, the president said, “That’s incredible. They gave it to you for what reason?” He asked her to explain.

“For what reason?” asked Murad. And she did explain.


Donald Trump Reiterated He Could Impose Additional Tariffs On Chinese Imports If He Wants

New Delhi: After promising to hold off on more duties in a trade-war truce President Donald Trump reached with China’s Xi Jinping last month, he reiterated that he could impose additional tariffs on Chinese imports if he wants.

“We have a long way to go as far as tariffs where China is concerned, if we want. We have another $325 billion we can put a tariff on, if we want,” Trump said. “So, we’re talking to China about a deal, but I wish they didn’t break the deal that we had.” China said Wednesday that further levies would complicate the negotiations.

“If the U.S. imposes new tariffs, this would create a new obstacle for U.S. and China trade negotiations, would make the road to coming to an agreement longer,” Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang told reporters in Beijing. “China still hopes to resolve U.S.-China trade frictions through consultation and dialogue.”


Hafiz Saeed Get Bail In A Case Pertaining To His Outfit’s Illegal Use Of Land For Its Seminary

New Delhi: Mumbai terror attack mastermind and JuD chief Hafiz Saeed and his three aides were granted pre-arrest bail on Monday by an anti-terrorism court in Pakistan in a case pertaining to the banned outfit’s illegal use of land for its seminary.

The Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) in Lahore granted interim bail to Saeed and his aides - Hafiz Masood, Ameer Hamza, and Malik Zafar - until August 31 against surety bonds of Rs 50,000 each, Dawn newspaper reported.

During the hearing, Saeed’s counsel insisted that Jamat-ud Dawah (JuD) was not using any piece of land illegally and urged the court to accept bail pleas.