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NAB, KSE move against dishonest brokers termed eyewash

Islamabad:The Pakistan Economy Watch on Tuesday expressed scepticism about deal between National Accountability Bureau and Karachi Stock Exchange to bring rogue brokers to book. This is a showy misrepresentation intended to conceal unpleasant reality and gain popularity, it said. The stock market crashes from 2000 to 2008 were engineered in ... Read More »

Nawaz meets Erdogan

Islamabad:PML-N President Muhammad Nawaz Sharif paid a courtesy call on the visiting Prime Minister of Turky Mr. Tayyap Recep Erdogan, in Islamabad on Tuesday 22 May, 2012, at the latter’s invitation. During the course of their warm and cordial exchanges, the two leaders recalled their earlier meetings, both in Pakistan ... Read More »

HRC demands judicial inquiry of journalist killing

Islamabad:Human Rights Commission of Pakistan has demanded the government to  Constitute an independent judicial commission to conduct an immediate inquiry in the killing of Baloch journalist Razzaq Gul case.  Razzaq Gul, was working for an electronic channel ‘Express TV’ at Turbat, District Kech, Balochistan Pakistan. He was also office bearer of ... Read More »

Helpline launched for children and women

Lahore:Advisor to Punjab Chief Minister Begum Zakiya Shahnawaz inaugurated a “Madadgar” helpline (111-911-922) with the cooperation of Women Workers Helpline and Lawyers for Human Rights and Legal Aid for the children and women facing violence. This helpline will be launched at national level in all the four provincial capitals. Begum ... Read More »

PFUJ condemned the sacking of journalists

ISLAMABAD:  The federal executive council (FEC) of Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists has strongly condemned the sacking of journalists and other staff from various news channels, and delay in payment of their salaries.    The FEC at  its meeting, presided over by its president Idrees Bakhtiar,  took stock of the ... Read More »

Iraq Can Help To Resolve Pakistan’s Energy Crisis

Islamabad: Ambassador of Republic of Iraq to Pakistan Dr. Rushdi Al-Ani on Monday said local business community needs to benefit for investment boom in Iraq. Inviting Pakistani industry to participate in the re-building of Iraq by making investments and entering into business ventures, he said that situation in Iraq is ... Read More »

Shafqat Mahmood Condemns Forged FIRs against PTI and ISF Workers

Lahore:PTI Central Information Secretary Shafqat Mahmood has strongly condemned Punjab Government’s action of lodging FIR against 40 members of PTI including Central Leaders Omar Sarfaraz Cheema, Asif Bashir and Rukhsana Naveed in Factory Area Police Station. He said that the PTI was staging a peaceful protest rally against violent torture ... Read More »

Turkish Prime Minister addresses joint sitting of parliament

ISLAMABAD: The joint sitting of the parliament met for 55 minutes, with almost 71% membership of both the Houses present. The sitting started 40 minutes late against the stipulated time of 1700 hours.The sitting was held in the honor of the Turkish Prime Minister, who is on a three-day visit ... Read More »

Supreme Court Attack Case Inquiry Officer Asked to Attend Probe

ISLAMABAD :The Inspector General of Police Islamabad, through a letter, has been asked by the deputy commissioner to ensure appearance of a former SSP Tamour Ali Khan before the inquiry officer by Monday in a judicial probe concerning the alleged involvement of Sharif brothers in ‘1997 Supreme Court attack case’. ... Read More »

Pakistan Telecommunication Authority Banned Twitter

Islamabad: One of the biggest micro social website twitter’s was suspended across the Pakistan, PTA announced on Sunday. Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) has blocked twitter.com following the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) caricatures controversy. Zonal Directors have instructed all ISPs in their respective areas to immediately block the website at the URL ... Read More »

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