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Alliance of Chaudhary Brothers and Tahir ul Qadri is highly meaningful:MNA Kh Asif

.Lahore: Member National Assembly Khawaja Muhammad Asif has said that Tahir ul Qadri has demanded dissolution of Election Commission after his meeting with Chaudhary Brothers which has exposed the reality that Q-League is afraid of an impartial and independent Election Commission and does not want to take part in election ... Read More »

Qul of late Abbas Sharif will be held on Sunday

Lahore: Mian Muhammad Abbas Sharif, younger brother of President PML-N Muhammad Nawaz Sharif and Chief Minister Punjab Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif died yesterday. Qul of late Abbas Sharif will be held on Sunday, January 13, from 11.00 a.m to 1.00 p.m. at Jati Umra Raiwind and dua for the departed soul ... Read More »

Vigil in Remembrance of Hazara Shiites

The Institute for Peace and Secular Studies (IPSS) organized a candle vigil in remembrance of the Hazara Shiites on January 12, 2013 at the Liberty Roundabout. The vigil was attended by various sections of society (youth, civil society organizations, teachers, peace activists, artists etc.) to show solidarity for the cause ... Read More »

Dr Tahir ul Qadri refuses to talk with Malik Riaz

Lahore: Important headway has been made in negotiations of Pakistan Muslim League President Senator Ch Shujat Hussain and senior central leader and Deputy Prime Minister Ch Parvaiz Elahi with chief of Tehrik Minhajul Quran Dr Tahirul Qadri whereas consultations on legal points will continue. At the end of today’s negotiations, ... Read More »

Protest will have crippling effect on reeling economy

Islamabad: The FPCCI Capital Office on Friday said long march announced by Tehrik-i-Minhajul Quran (TMQ) Chief Dr Tahirul Qadri will result in losses to the tune of billions to the business community. The long march will paralyse life in the federal capital while the businessmen of the Blue Area will ... Read More »

India to lift trade barriers after getting MFN status: Senator Haji Gul Ali

Islamabad: India will lift non-tariff trade barriers on Pakistani exports once Islamabad grant Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status to New Delhi, a Senator said Friday. MFN is not a concession to India but part of an agreement signed between two countries, said Senator Haji Ghulam Ali, Chairman, Senate Standing Committee ... Read More »

UN concerns about ongoing terrorist violence in Pakistan

The Secretary-General is deeply concerned about ongoing terrorist violence in Pakistan. He strongly condemns the multiple attacks today in Quetta (Balochistan) and the Swat Valley that have reportedly killed at least 100 people and injured at least 200 more. He also strongly condemns yesterday’s targeted killing of Dr. Syed Riaz ... Read More »

Street kids seen as major threat to national security

Islamabad: Government should conduct fresh survey to determine the number of street children to chalk out an effective strategy to transform them into responsible and productive citizens, an educationist said Friday. Dr Naeem Ghani, said that thirty seven per cent of the total population of 180 million are less than ... Read More »

PTI condoles with Sharif family over Abbas Sharif’s death

Lahore: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s Chairman Imran Khan, Vice Chairman Shah Mehmood Qureshi, President Javed Hashmi, Secretary General Dr. Arif Alvi and Information Secretary Shafqat Mahmood expressed deep sorrow on the sad demise of brother of Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz (PML-N) leader Nawaz Sharif, Abbas Sharif. Members of the party prayed ... Read More »

HRCP’s distress at escalation in terrorist bloodletting

Lahore: The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) has slammed the killing of over 100 people, predominantly the Shia Hazara, in a string of bombings in Quetta and other attacks in Mingora and Karachi on Thursday, and demanded that the government take immediate steps to clamp down on the murdering ... Read More »

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