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Talks started between govt and the PTI team

Lahore: First round of talks between the government and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf is underway in Islamabad. According to the Radio Pakistan,the government team included Governor Punjab Chaudhary Muhammad Sarwar, Chaudhary Nisar Ali Khan, Abdul Qadir Baloch, Ahsan Iqbal, Pervaiz Rashid and Zahid Hamid. The PTI committee included Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Jhangir ... Read More »

A new group formed in Karachi Union of Journalist”KUJ JOURNALIST GROUP”

Lahore: A new group formed in Karachi Union of Journalist under the name of  ”KUJ JOURNALIST GROUP”. Senior journalist shows their full  support to newly formed ”KUJ JOURNALIST GROUP”. According to a statement issued by KUJ journalist group, KUJ splitted in two groups because of the extremely bad attitudes of governing body ... Read More »

Deadlock with PAT will end soon:Dialogue Committee

Lahore: The dialogue committee consisting of the opposition members has expressed confidence that the deadlock will end soon and negotiations with Tahir ul Qadri will be started shortly.Member of the committee Ijaz ul Haq said that consent of Tahir ul Qadri for dialogue is positive development. Taking to media in ... Read More »

PAT express solidarity with the martyrs of Pak Army: Allama Dr Tahir ul Qadri

Lahore: PAT chief Allama Dr Tahir ul Qadri has said we are with Pak Army ,if any of PAT workers hold his hand on its jawans,he would immediately expelled from the party. While addressing to the participants of the sit-in outside the parliament, Allama Dr Tahir ul Qadri said we ... Read More »

PESA believes in supremacy of the constitution

Lahore: The Pakistan Ex-servicemen Association (PESA) on Wednesday said it believes in supremacy of the constitution. In continuation of PESA’s press release, it is clarified that all recommendations are to be followed strictly within the confines of the Constitution, it said. PESA has been struggling for supremacy of the Constitution ... Read More »

Parliament authority could not be undermine: Members National Assembly address in the session

Islamabad: National Assembly resumed discussion on the prevailing political situation in the country. Taking part in the discussion, Mahmood Khan Achakzai rising on another point of order said the parliament must remain in session till the fight between democratic and undemocratic forces is going on. He urged the parliamentary leaders to ... Read More »

ICC Women’s Championship starts tomorrow

Lahore: The inaugural edition of the ICC Women’s Championship starts tomorrow (Thursday) and the opening round sees Australia host Pakistan and England take on India in the multi-year, bilateral qualifying competition to the pinnacle event in women’s cricket, the ICC Women’s World Cup England 2017. On 21 August, reigning World ... Read More »

National symbols must be respected: Major General Asim Bajwa

Lahore:After Imran Khan statement about entering into Prime minister house and parliament house, Pakistan Army has made it clear that buildings in red zone are state symbols and are being protected by them therefore sanctity of these national symbols must be respected. In a statement Pak Army spokesman ISPR chief Major ... Read More »

The marchers and the revolutionaries give sit in outside parliament

Lahore: The marchers and the revolutionaries reached outside the parliament after passing through the Red Zone with the the govt’s strategy to retreat to avert human loss in case of clash. Prime Minister has ordered to security forces that no woman and child should not be harmed at any cost. ... Read More »

Punjab University will declare the results of BA/BSc tomorrow

Lahore: Punjab University will declare the results of BA/BSc Annual Examination 2014 on Wednesday (today) August 20, 2014. While the ceremony regarding prize distribution among position holders will be held on Thursday August 21, 2014 at 9am at Al-Raazi Hall. PU Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran will be the ... Read More »

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