اُردو پوائنٹ کی پہلی پوسٹ2022-01-12

اُردو پوائنٹ کی پہلی پوسٹ 2022 -01-12 إِيَّاكَ نَعْبُدُ وَإِيَّاكَ نَسْتَعِينُ

Sher Shah Suri: The Afghan chief who ruled India knowing the weaknesses of the Mughals and the Afghans

About 500 years ago today, in the year 1528, the capital of India, Agra, was bustling. Mughal emperor Zaheeruddin Muhammad Babar returned to Agra after the conquest of Chandiri and Babar’s rule over India was established. King Babar’s heart is troubled by the contentment of his face and the manner in which he eats, and

How Pornography Affects Teens’ Brains and Sexual Habits

A few decades ago, pornography was an out-of-the-ordinary industry that was part of a ‘counter culture’. Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online. Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online. Pornography has now reached a

Defense officials say US-Taliban deal has accelerated the end of Afghanistan1

Gen. McKenzie said the Doha agreement had “harmful effects” on the Afghan government.Top US defense officials say the Taliban could be traced to an agreement reached between the Occupy Afghanistan group and the Trump administration. In February 2020, the so-called Doha Agreement was signed and a date was set for the United States to withdraw

North Korea| says it has fired 1 new ‘hypersonic missile’

North Korea’s state media released a photo saying it was a Hwasong-8 missile.North Korea claims to have successfully tested a new hypersonic missile, the Hwasong-8, on Tuesday. State media said the new missile was one of the “five most important” weapons systems in its five-year military development plan. He called the missile a “strategic weapon”,

Afghanistan| Generals say Biden was advised to keep 2,500 troops

General Milley: Al Qaeda can rebuild in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan.Two top US generals have said they have recommended keeping 2,500 troops in Afghanistan before a full US withdrawal in August. The testimony of General Mark Milley and General Frank McKenzie in Congress appears to contradict President Joe Biden, who said he did not remember any such