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Kh Salman distributes cheques to blast victims

Lahore:Special Assistant to Chief Minister Punjab on Health, Khawaja Salman Rafique, on behalf of Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif, distributed cheques of financial assistance among the under treatment persons in Mayo Hospital who were injured due to bomb blast in Fruit Mandi and fire in Kohinoor TV Channel. President ... Read More »

Everyone want change in Punjab:DPM Ch Pervaiz Elahi

Lahore:Some delegations and important political figures and prominent political workers from different districts in large number called on PML senior central leader Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi at his residence here today. They also included leaders who have left N league. They said on the occasion that not only also N league ... Read More »

Balochistan situation matter of great concern:Ch Shujaat Hussain

Lahore:Pakistan Muslim League President Senator Ch Shujat Hussain has declared the Balochistan situation as very grave and of great concern and said that Balochistan issue is very grave and biggest problem than all other problems including electricity load shedding. Talking to a delegation from Balochistan at his residence here today, ... Read More »

Malik Abbas Raan joins PML-N after meeting with CM

Malik Abbas Raan, former member Provincial Assembly and a leader of Q-League belonging to Multan, called on Punjab Chief Minister, Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif, here today and while expressing confidence in the leadership of Pakistan Muslim League-N, announced to join PML-N. Member Provincial Assembly Waheed Arain was also present on the ... Read More »

Imran bounces Nawaz sharif on second day too

Islamabad: Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf chairman Imran Khan has accused PML-N chief of defaulting on bank loans worth Rs6 billion rupees. “Mian Nawaz Sharif borrowed this money and never returned it back” , he alleged in a press conference here in Islamabad. Imran Khan challenged Main Nawaz Sharif to have a debate ... Read More »

Sardar Dosat Muhammad lashes out Hamza Shahbaz after quitting the PML-N

Lahore: former Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Dosat Muhammad Khosa has alleged that he was being involved in his ex-wife Sapna murder scandal only to defuse the sex scandal of Hamza Shahbaz, he was talking to a crowded press conference at his residence in Defence Lahore. Sardar Dosat Muhammad said that ... Read More »

Sardar Zulifqar Khosa departs the PML-N

Lahore:Central leader of Pakistan Muslim –N Sardar Zulifqar Khosa has quit the party membership and senior advisorship after differences with the party leadership. His son ex Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Dost Muhammad Khosa had already left the party .This is the second big blow for PML-N and the party president ... Read More »

PML-N should not target SKCH : Ch Parvez Elahi

Lahore:Deputy Prime Minister and Pakistan Muslim League senior central leader Ch Parvez Elahi has said that N-League should not make Imran Khan’s established welfare institution like Shaukat Khanum Cancer Hospital target of its traditional political victimization. In a statement issued here today, Ch Parvez Elahi said that targeting a hospital ... Read More »

ANF presents its report before LHC’s Rawalpindi bench.

Lahore:The Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF), on Thursday, presented its report against PML-N leader Hanif Abbasi in the ephedrine quotascandal. PML-N MNA’s Hanif Abbasi firm, Gray Pharma Company, is accused of acquiring illegal quota for 500kg ephedrine.Responding to Abbasi’s petition filed in the court, ANF in its report stated that he is ... Read More »

Increase in the price of patrol is a gift of the rulers for the masses:Aleem Khan

Lahore:Central Leader of Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaaf Abdul Aleem Khan has said that increase in the price of patrol and oil has no justification and this “gift” of the rulers for the masses would give them more bad name. He demanded that government should immediately withdraw this increase and ensure the provision ... Read More »

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