Pakistan-Azerbaijan bilateral relations transcend geographical boundaries and distance, characterised by shared values and common outlook on various regional and global issues based on confidence, mutual trust and respect. Both share common regional and global challenges and threats in the current geopolitical trends and need greater cooperation to maximize each other’s potential to overcome them. Both countries need to increase people-to-people contacts through tourism and initiating direct flights. Delegates from Azerbaijan and Pakistan stated this at the International Seminar on “Current Geopolitical Trends in the Region and Prospects for Deeper Relations between Pakistan and Azerbaijan”, organised by the Islamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI), in collaboration with the Azerbaijan Center for Strategic Studies here in Islamabad on Thursday, DNA news agency reported. They further said, Pakistan-Azerbaijan trade was miniscule compared to its potential and needed … [Read more...] about Azerbaijani, Pakistani scholars call for enhanced bilateral ties
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THE grim reality of life on Britain's seediest street is today revealed as prostitutes admit begging school run dads for £30 romps in alleyways. Young women - wearing mini dresses and stilettos - openly tout for business in front of primary schoolkids as dawn breaks over Hassle Road in Hull, East Yorkshire. Loitering near bus stops and outside shops, they offer passers-by cheaper rates for "sex outdoors". One told The Sun Online 7am is the "peak" time because: “It's rush hour, babe.” Locals warn the grim situation is now intolerable, with the number of women patrolling the street rocketing. On Friday morning, one sex worker approached our reporter as kids walked to one of the seven nearby primary schools today. Dressed in tight jeans and a black leather jacket, the dark haired girl in her late 20s, begged: "Do you want business?” Asked why she was out in broad daylight, she replied: “It’s rush hour babe. It’s the best time. "When … [Read more...] about Life on street where hookers beg school run dads for £30 alleyway romps and say: ‘Rush hour’s our best time’
Member Center:Create Account|Log InManage Account|Log Out Home News Decision 2018 Podcasts Newsletter TV Radio Weather About LIFESTYLE TV11 TV8 TVone GNN i94-FM Isla63-AM Auto Beauty & Style Entertainment Food Health Home/Family Money Pets Tech Travel VideoBytes Press Releases Route 3 Widening Posted: Thursday, October 4, 2018 8:32 PM EDTUpdated: Thursday, October 4, 2018 8:32 PM EDT Motorists are advised to heed flaggers, follow alternate signs, drive cautiously through the construction zones, observe all posted speed limits and construction signs, and expect longer delays. Adjusting drive times when feasible are encouraged. NEWS HEADLINESMore>>UOG exhibits varsity teams at annual Triton NightUOG exhibits varsity teams at annual Triton NightUOG Triton Night was held last night at the UOG Calvo Field House. This was the 4th time the event was held inviting alumni, faculty, students and fans of volleyball came out to support the team … [Read more...] about Route 3 Widening
"Sorry love. There’s a bar brawl in Hackney. All our ambulances are tied up right now. But don’t worry, I’ll talk you through getting this baby out." I’ll never forget the cheerful north London tones of Harry, the 999 operator who coached my husband Yanni through delivering our first child, via an iPhone propped on the side of the bath. Yanni had to contort himself round the splash guard to do the catching — we live in an 800-square-foot, one-and-a-half bedroom flat in a Hoxton apartment block. Our bathroom is the side of a postage stamp (or not far off it). The fact that the boiler had conked out — it was February — only added to the drama. Growing up in rural Oxfordshire, this is not how I envisaged my first hours of motherhood. To me, childhood meant running through muddy fields in a nightie and wellies, making up mad stories. It meant unselfconscious freedom and fresh air. Even after I moved to London in 2003 and met Yanni two years … [Read more...] about What it’s like to have a baby in Zone 1
Manchester prides itself on its industriousness. So much so that the city has even adopted the humble worker bee as its civic emblem. But many of the next generation of Mancs are growing up in homes where no-one works. It’s having a devastating impact on their lives and potentially on our city’s future. According to the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics more than a quarter of kids and teenagers in the city live in a ‘workless’ households. That’s almost 35,000 youngsters - one of the highest rates in the country. The bitter irony is Manchester is, in many respects, booming in a way not seen since the city became the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution. A property explosion has seen thousands of new flats being flung up to house the people flocking to the city to work. But in many of the estates just a few minutes’ walk outside the city centre it’s a vastly different story. And it’s not just Manchester, the … [Read more...] about Why are so many children in Manchester growing up in homes where no-one works?