Xinhua: Survey reveals over 1.8 mln children out of school in NW Pakistan

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Updated 03 May 2018

Xinhua: Survey reveals over 1.8 mln children out of school in NW Pakistan

May 02: Xinhua states that a survey conducted by the Elementary and Secondary Education Department of Pakistan's northwest Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) province revealed that over 1.8 million children are out of school, state-run broadcaster Radio Pakistan reported on Wednesday. According to the survey, lack of interest, poverty and absence of schools are the main factors that are leading children to the workplace instead of schools in KPK.

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What Exactly Did Pakistan’s Prime Minister Say About the Country’s Nuclear Weapons?

Updated 04 September 2019

What Exactly Did Pakistan’s Prime Minister Say About the Country’s Nuclear Weapons?

September 3: The Diplomat report by Ankit Panda states that Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, speaking on Monday, caused a bit of a stir with comments that were initially reported as a pledge by Islamabad to not use its nuclear weapons first in any conflict with India. That’s at least how it was reported by Reuters India, which headlined its story: “Pakistan would not use nuclear weapons first, amid tensions with India: PM Imran Khan.”

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