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Federal Cabinet condemns media on giving coverage to opposition

Lahore : The Federal Cabinet was informed on Tuesday that Asif Ali Zardari and Nawaz Sharif had spent Rs 3.26 billion during their foreign visits as President and Prime Minister in nine years. Asif  Zardari spent Rs 1.42 billion on his 134 foreign tours in five years (2008-2013) and Nawaz ... Read More »

Punjab Assembly condemns sacrilege in O-Level academic book

Lahore : Punjab Assembly in its session presided over by Speaker Ch Pervaiz Elahi here today (Monday) strongly condemned sacrilege in respect of the Holy Prophet (ﷺ), Ahle Bait, Sahaba Karam and Azwaaj-e-Mutaharaat and demanded stern punishment for those spreading sectarianism and disrespect through O-Level academic book and social media. ... Read More »

PTI has to respect the parliament to earn support : Ayaz Sadiq

Lahore : PML- N Central Leader Sardar Ayaz Sadiq while welcoming Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi’s invitation to consultation has said that the Foreign Minister should deliver whatever briefing is necessary on the floor of the national assembly. Ayaz told Shah Mahmood that the joint opposition has decided that the ... Read More »

JI chief condemns parliamentarians for not supporting bill on banning liquor

Ameer, Jamaat e Islami, Pakistan, Senator Sirajul Haq, has condemned the US decision placing Pakistan on Black List on the charge of lack of religious freedom and has termed it the worst example of US bias and hostility towards this country. Strongly reacting to the US move, the JI chief ... Read More »

Mufti Muhammad Yosaf passed away in Hafizabad jail

Lahore : Tehreek Labaik Ya Rasoolallah Pakistan’s Mufti Muhammad Yosaf passed away in prison. Inna Lillahe wa Inna Elehe. He was detained in Hafizabad jail and arrested after the crackdown against TLP. He was the uncle of Peer Afzal Qadri. TLP spokesman said that 90 years old Mufti Muhammad Yosaf ... Read More »

Fawad Ch condemns killing of Maulana Sami ul Haq

Lahore : Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting, Chaudhry Fawad Hussain on Friday strongly condemned the assassination of Maulana Sami ul Haq and said that strict implementation of National Action Plan (NAP) could have averted such a tragic incident. Talking to a private news channel, he said that prime minister Imran Khan ... Read More »

India showed negative approach by cancelling foreign ministers meeting

Lahore : Minister for Information and Broadcasting Chaudhry Fawad Hussain Saturday said India showed negative approach by cancelling the scheduled meeting between the foreign ministers of India and Pakistan. In an interview with a private television, he said Pakistan extended the hand for negotiations but India withdrew its hand which ... Read More »

Nawaz Sharif condemns torture on PML-N candidate in Multan

Lahore : Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif has condemned torture on PML-N candidate Rana Iqbal Siraj in Multan and demanded the Chief Election Commission of Pakistan and caretaker prime minister Nasir ul Mulk. He said this all pre poll rigging , where the country being headed towards ? Calling PML-N ... Read More »

Punjab Cabinet condemns firing on interior minister Ahsan Iqbal

Lahore : A meeting of provincial cabinet was held under the chair of Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif, here today. The meeting strongly condemned firing incident targeting Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal and prayed for his early recovery. The Chief Minister directed to constitute a Joint Investigation Team (JIT) under ... Read More »

CCJP Strongly Condemns 2 Incidents of Target Killings of Christians in Quetta

Lahore : Attacks often target Pakistan’s minorities including Christians, Hindus, Shia Hazaras and members of Ahmadiyya sect. On the other hand Pakistan has been battling militant groups and its allies who try to impose fear and instability in the country. The Christian community in Quetta has yet again become a ... Read More »

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