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Taliban controlling Pak province? Terrorists collect tax in KPK, attack police with rockets

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Pakistani police in Dera Ismail Khan district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa came under a rocket attack from terrorists. The attack took place after police raided a toll station where terrorists were collecting taxes, The Khorasan Diary reported. No one is injured in the attack as situation remains grim in the border province of Pakistan. Watch the video for more. Hindustan Times, owned by HT Media Ltd, is one of India’s largest publications that provides unbiased news, analysis and features on politics, sports, entertainment, lifestyle and more. Hindustan Times delivers the news across all social media platforms, on the web, and at your doorstep.

 

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Pak’s fight for flour escalates; Sharif govt confirms 2.37 million metric tons wheat deficit

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Pakistan is facing an acute shortage of wheat amid a growing economic crisis. In a statement to Pakistan’s parliament, food minister Tariq Bashir Cheema stated that the country is facing a net wheat deficit of 2.37 million metric tons, according to The News International. The shortage also led to a rise in the price of basic commodity in Pakistan. People struggle to get subsidised packets of wheat, resulting in chaotic scenes. Experts say that the Russia-Ukraine war and floods contributed to the wheat crisis in Pakistan. Pak imports a lot of wheat from Russia and Ukraine to meet its consumption. But the war disrupted the supply, and floods destroyed domestic cultivation. Watch this video to know more.
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NATO to directly fight Putin’s army? Top official’s big signal for Russia

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In a direct warning to Russian President Vladimir Putin, a top NATO military official has said that the alliance is ready for a direct confrontation with Moscow. In an interview to a Portuguese TV channel, Admiral Rob Bauer, Chair of the NATO Military Committee insisted that the alliance was ready to fight Russia if it invaded a NATO Member. He also acknowledged that NATO had lost its monopoly on military initiative. Bauer added that the rearmament is the alliance’s top priority for now as NATO members have constantly been supplying weapons to Ukraine to fight Russian troops which has rapidly depleted its own stockpile.

 

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‘Training to kill Russians’: Mozart group’s explosive admission amid Putin’s blitz in Ukraine

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Despite its professed humanitarian mission in Ukraine, the mozart group is a private military company training Ukrainian soldiers to ‘kill Russians.’ Big confession by Mozart group founder and CEO Andrew Milburn on RT News. The group founder said that training of Ukrainian soldiers are taking place close to the front lines as per NATO’s parameters. Founded by former U.S Marine Corps Commanders Andrew Milburn & Andrew Bain last March, the Mozart Group has been described as West’s answer to Russia’s private army Wagner group by many. Watch this report for more information.

 

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