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Minorities will protest against blasphemy film

Lahore: Chairman Provincial Protection Committee for Minorities’ Properties Senator Kamran Michael has said that blasphemous film is a conspiracy against the humanity, religious harmony and accommodation which will be foiled with the force of unity. Senator Kamran Michael said that Christian, Hindu, Sikh and other minorities will gather at Chairing ... Read More »

PTI to protest on Friday against defamatory movie

Lahore: Pakistan Tehreek-i-insaaf’s vice president and spokesperson on religious affairs, Ejaz Ahmad Chauhdry and Information secretary, Shafqat Mahmood held a press conference at the Central Media Cell Lahore, where they confirmed support for the strike called on Friday 21st September 2012 in protest against the blasphemous movie. They pointed out ... Read More »

PML-N will take part in election to kick out corrupt politician from power:Nawaz Sharif

Lahore: President Pakistan Muslim League (N), Muhammad Nawaz Sharif has said that Pakistan Muslim League (N) would take part in forthcoming general elections, not for acquisition of power, but to rid the country of incompetent and corrupt rulers, besides putting the county, again, on the road towards peace, progress and ... Read More »

Malik Ishaque elected JAS vice president

Lahore: The leader of the banned organization lashkar e Jhngvi Malik Muhammad Ishaque has been elected vice president of the Jamaat Ahle Sunnat Pakistan. He has sworn in of his new designation and has started working as VP Jamaat Ahle Sunnat Pakistan. According to a party spokesman, it was decided ... Read More »

We don’t bear bonded labour:Haji Ehsan ud Din

Lahore: Punjab Labor Minister Haji Ehsaan-ud-Din Qureshi has said that labour department has provided Rs.75million interest free micro credit among brick kilns workers in two districts for the elimination of bonded labour, child labour, exploitation of brick kiln workers. He said that 200 non-formal education centers are providing 7000students at ... Read More »

Widow of Sattar Lalika calls on Nawaz Sharif

Lahore:President Pakistan Muslim League-N, Muhammad Nawaz Sharif was called on by the wife of former federal minister, late Abdul Sattar Lalika, and his son, Alam Lalika, at Raiwind, here today. Welcoming the Lalika family in Pakistan Muslim League-N, Muhammad Nawaz Sharif said that with the joining of the Lalika family, ... Read More »

precautionary measures should be taken to check the outbreak of viral diseases:Zulfiqar Khosa

Lahore: Senior Advisor Sardar Zulfiqar Ali Khan Khosa has directed that in the flood-hit areas of DG Khan and Rajanpur. He directed that field hospitals should be set up in the flooded areas alongwith ensuring abundant quantity of medicines and snake-bite vaccine. He was presiding over a meeting regarding flood ... Read More »

APML come forward to defence BB

Lahore: All Pakistan Muslim League (APML) has rejected Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan’s allegation that nuclear technology was transferred on the orders of Shaheed Benazir Bhutto, saying that Prime Minister or any other person carrying equal status has not any role in nuclear proliferation. In a statement issued here from central ... Read More »

Blasphemous film is terrorist act: Ch Shujaat Hussain

Islamabad: Pakistan Muslim League President Senator has said that the American blasphemous film amounts to showing worst type of disrespect to the Holy Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him) and it should be condemned in the strongest possible manner. Talking to media people here today at his residence, Ch Shujat Hussain ... Read More »

If public welfare projects are a sin, I will commit this sin again and again:Shahbaz Sharif

Lahore:Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif has said that if public welfare projects are a sin, he will commit this sin again and again. He said that the newcomer in politics has gone to Britain, leaving the poor people in distress. He said that those criticizing the projects aimed at the ... Read More »

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