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Pak Army to continue rehabilitation work in SWA:COAS

South Waziristan Agency: Chief of Army Staff General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani Monday said that after flushing out terrorists and maintaining peace in South Waziristan, Pakistan Army is now carrying out rehabilitation and reconstruction work for the uplift of people of the area.While meeting the tribal elders after inauguration of a ... Read More »

Yosuf Raza Gilani performed Umra

Makkah: Prime Minister Syed Yosuf Raza Gilani Monday performed Umra and prayed for peace, prosperity, solidarity of Pakistan.The Prime Minister who arrived here yesterday to attend the funeral of Saudi Crown Prince Nayef bin Abdul Aziz, performed Umra along with other members of his delegation, including Minister for Religious Affairs ... Read More »

President Zardari invites Presidents of Russia, Afghanistan,Tajikistan for summit

Islamabad:President Asif Ali Zardari has invited the Presidents of Russian Federation, Afghanistan and Tajikistan to participate in the 4th Quadrilateral Summit which would be hosted by Pakistan.The 4th Quadrilateral Summit between Russia, Afghanistan, Tajikistan and Pakistan will be held in Islamabad on September 26-27 2012.Spokesperson to the President Senator Farhatullah ... Read More »

Punjab is facing worest loadshedding:CM Punjab

Lahore:Punjab Chief Minister, Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has said that Pakistan particularly Punjab is facing worst loadshedding of the history. He said that 18 crore people of the country particularly 9.5 crore people of Punjab are facing poverty, unemployment and unrest due to electricity crisis. He said that people have lost ... Read More »

Loadshedding made Punjab a battlefield

Lahore: Riots have broke out all over the Punjab due to unmatched power breakdown in the history of Pakistan.GT Road in Gujranwala, Lahore Faisalabad road, Multan road khanewal, cheechawatni and other cities of the province have became a battlefield. Protesters burnt public properties including a train in Kamonki, GAPCO office, ... Read More »

Crisis triggered by a real estate tycoon has failed:PESA

Rawalpindi:The Pakistan Ex-servicemen Association on Sunday said latest crisis triggered by a real estate tycoon has failed to dent the reputation of judiciary. Supreme Court has emerged from this crisis with greater respect for its integrity and faith in its justice. This was observed by the Executive Council of PESA ... Read More »

Nation is well aware of the conspiracies against Supreme Court

Lahore:President Pakistan Muslim League-N Mohammad Nawaz Sharif has said that Pakistani nation is well aware of the conspiracies and hidden motives behind the recent campaign and would never allow them to succeed. He said that those misguided elements who consider that they can undermine judiciary through their deceptive tactics should ... Read More »

PFUJ expressed deep concerns over rising questions on journalists integrity

KARACHI: Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists has expressed its deep concerns over rising questions on journalists integrity and their being indulged in corruption as uttered by Riaz Malik, the real estate tycoon who is at loggerhead with the judiciary. PFUJ in a statement called upon Mr Malik to provide the ... Read More »

Bahria Town issues funded anchors and journalist list

Islamabad: The administration of Bahria town slapped on the face of independent media by issuing some payments details to the renowned anchor persons. Malik Riaz who is up-set after starting war against Judiciary and is not pleased by the role of his paid anchors who have yet to bail out ... Read More »

Cops again gang-raped a girl

Lahore:Another gang-rape case has been unearth in Punjab but this time shameful act was happened in Capital city of the province Punjab under the nose of Khadim-e- Aala who has given more than sixty billion budget for peace keeping to Police. Though CM has shown his dissatisfaction over the police ... Read More »

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