Author: Zahid Manzoor

Zahid Manzoor, a dedicated journalist, serves as the Special Correspondent for The Islamabad Telegraph, contributing insightful coverage on a variety of topics. With a keen eye for detail and a passion for storytelling, he brings forth engaging narratives that captivate readers. Manzoor's commitment to journalistic integrity and his adept reporting skills make him a valuable asset to the field of media.

Restoring Trust and Stability: Keir Starmer’s first speech as the Prime Minister of Britain emphasized the need for Britain to rediscover its identity and undergo a wider reset, with a commitment to stability, moderation, and serving the public interest to rebuild voters’ trust in politics. Challenging Political Landscape: Starmer’s Labour Party won a landslide victory, ending 14 years of Conservative rule marked by scandals and a cost of living crisis. However, he faces immediate challenges, including addressing immigration and managing internal divisions within the Conservative Party and the rise of Nigel Farage’s Reform UK. International Relations and Brexit: Starmer has…

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The UK-funded Climate Finance Accelerator (CFA) Pakistan Investor Roadshow has kicked off its first day in Karachi showcasing eight climate projects from the agriculture, forestry, waste, and e-mobility sectors to Pakistani investors. The project developers pitched their innovative ideas to mitigate climate change to investors who also provided advice and feedback on the projects. Each project has received months of capacity building from financial, technical and gender equality and social inclusion experts managed by CFA Pakistan’s local delivery partner DAI Pakistan. British Deputy High Commissioner, Sarah Mooney, underscored the UK’s dedication to partnering with Pakistan in addressing the climate crisis:…

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Triumph of Democracy: The successful inauguration of Pakistan’s General Elections marks a significant milestone in the nation’s democratic progress, underscoring the resilience and vibrancy of its political landscape. Electoral Dynamics: Preliminary results reveal a diverse political spectrum, with the Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) emerging as a frontrunner, closely followed by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf-backed Independents and the Pakistan Peoples Party Parliamentary, reflecting the multifaceted nature of Pakistani politics. Upholding Security: Despite challenges posed by incidents of violence, Pakistan’s armed forces, with a robust deployment of personnel, ensured a secure electoral environment, exemplifying unwavering commitment to safeguarding the democratic process and fostering…

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Zulfiqar Baloch, a dedicated political activist, embarked on a journey to support his favorite candidate, only to find himself in the midst of a devastating terrorist attack that claimed the lives of his friends and shattered his world. Surviving the traumatic experience, Zulfiqar emerged as a symbol of resilience, refusing to succumb to despair and instead channeling his grief into a commitment to advocate for justice, peace, and the eradication of terrorism in his community. Through his unwavering determination and courageous spirit, Zulfiqar’s story serves as a powerful reminder of the human capacity to overcome adversity, inspire hope, and rebuild…

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