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Quetta teens resort to militancy forced by poverty

By: Alize Ahmed, Uploaded: 13th March 2013

Quetta teens resort to militancy forced by poverty QUETTA: In an exclusive report covered by AAJ news, The Quetta police have seized a group of teens allegedly used for the bomb blast in various areas of the provincial capital. The group members aged between 10-16 years admitting number of blast conducted during the last year. “Police arrested 11 children after an encounter in...


Group of Dog Meat sellers busted by team Target in Mirpurkhas

By: Fawad Khan, Uploaded: 17th December 2012

Group of Dog Meat sellers busted by team Target in Mirpurkhas Aaj Tv’s investigative journalist Syed Shehryar Asim (Sherry) and his team Target busted a group of Dog Meat sellers in Mirpurkhas, Sindh. The group was caught red handed when team Target raided their hideout on a tip received by host Sherry. Several dogs were rescued from the hideout while many were already cut into pieces...


His Legacy Will Endure

By: Javeria Nasir, Uploaded: 12th December 2012

His Legacy Will Endure It has been two years since the founder-Editor of Business Recorder M A Zuberi passed away. The principles he religiously followed and the policy he painstakingly laid down continue to guide his successors as they cope with life’s challenges in his profound absence. Orphaned at a young age, Mr Zuberi was fortunate to move from...


Indus Alcoholic beverages purchase mandatory for all wholesalers and retailers

By: Agha Majid, Uploaded: 16th June 2012

Indus Alcoholic beverages purchase mandatory for all wholesalers and retailers According to a local Newspaper the owners of local liquor stores in Pakistan are facing rather a huge problem regarding the sales of a particular alcoholic beverage. As one brand which is quite popular sells easily i.e none other than Muree Beer, Even with a grimy locality of the city, salesman can’t keep up with...


Asma Jahangir refused to represent Malik Riaz in SC

By: Farrukh Shabbir, Uploaded: 9th June 2012

Asma Jahangir refused to represent Malik Riaz in SC ISLAMABAD: Asma Jahangir has excused herself from the offer of representing Malik Riaz as her client in the Supreme Court, Aaj News reported. She said that she refused to represent Mr Malik because of her deep and long running relationship with the Supreme Court Bar. According to a source, the former president of Supreme Court...


The Musharraf family in an exclusive interview

By: Zuhaeb Nazir, Uploaded: 14th May 2012

The Musharraf family in an exclusive interview Aaj TV conducted an exclusive interview with former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf and his family, with special focus on his mother, on the eve of mother’s day. Musharraf was accompanied by his mother and wife during the show. The show commenced and the host asked Musharraf as to who his first learning institution was? Musharraf...


Report: Pakistan’s Energy; Growth in Crisis

By: Monitoring Desk, Uploaded: 24th February 2012

Report: Pakistan’s Energy; Growth in Crisis Unplanned power outages lasting up to 10 hours are affecting businesses and the general population in Pakistan, slowing the country’s stuttering economy even further and mounting pressure on the government to address the issue. Residents in the capital Islamabad are well used to surviving without heating in the winter, as the gas supply is cut...


Oscar nominees on red-carpet, expected close race

By: AFP, Uploaded: 23rd February 2012

Oscar nominees on red-carpet, expected close race Of the nine films up for Best Picture Oscar on Sunday, only three are set in the last decade, fueling debate over whether our current troubled times is fueling nostalgia for the past. Last year only two of the 10 on the best film shortlist were period pieces – including the eventual winner, “The King’s...


Muslim students at Ivy League colleges monitored by police

By: AP, Uploaded: 20th February 2012

Muslim students at Ivy League colleges monitored by police The New York Police Department monitored Muslim college students far more broadly than previously known, at schools far beyond the city limits, including the Ivy League colleges of Yale and the University of Pennsylvania, The Associated Press has learned.Police talked with local authorities about professors 300 miles away in Buffalo and even sent an undercover...


Zardari to nominate new PM if Gilani is convicted

By: Monitoring Desk, Uploaded: 12th February 2012

Zardari to nominate new PM if Gilani is convicted ISLAMABAD: President Asif Ali Zardari will nominate a new Prime Minister from within the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) if Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani is convicted by the Supreme Court and consequently disqualified from the membership of National Assembly, it is learnt. According to sources, PPP Co-Chairman is considering the names of Defence Minister...


Whistle blower; Olympus ex-CEO plans a tell-all book

By: Reuters, Uploaded: 9th February 2012

Whistle blower; Olympus ex-CEO plans a tell-all book Michael Woodford, the former CEO of Olympus Corp, who blew the whistle on a $1.7 billion financial fraud, is planning to write a book about his experience uncovering the scandal at the Japanese maker of cameras and medical equipment. The first version, in Japanese, is expected as early as June, Woodford told Reuters in an...


JFK and Mimi sitting beneath a tree…

By: Farrukh Shabbir, Uploaded: 7th February 2012

JFK and Mimi sitting beneath a tree… The White house has been the centre of controversies when in comes to extra-marital affairs of the Head of State. Monica Lewinsky is one example in the Clinton era but as it turns out his steps were only in following of his forerunners. A 68 year old intern named Mimi Alford. Who back when John...


President warns of ‘consequences’ if Article 47 imposed

By: Muhammad Ejaz, Uploaded: 16th December 2011

President warns of ‘consequences’ if Article 47 imposed President Asif Ali Zardari on Friday said that Article 47 of the Constitution does not apply on him, but if it was forcefully enforced, he would be compelled to issue his new manifesto ‘I don’t accept such constitution.”. Talking to Aaj news’ Anchor journalist Nusrat Javed on telephone, the president said that he was absolutely...


First death anniversary of M A Zuberi today

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 12th December 2011

First death anniversary of M A Zuberi today Today is the first death anniversary of M A Zuberi. Mr Mohammad Ahmed Zuberi, veteran journalist, pioneering editor and truly devoted Pakistani loyal to the ideals of the Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah, founder of Pakistan, has left us for his eternal abode amidst great grief and sorrow specially among his admirers and friends in Pakistan...


Pakistani Stuck Children to return home today

By: Javeria Nasir, Uploaded: 23rd June 2011

Pakistani Stuck Children to return home today The five Pakistani children who were stuck in India for the past 11 years will return to their homes here today, Aaj news reported. When Aaj news aired this issue on May 19, Pakistani High commission springs into action to ensure their repatriation, who were living in Merath, India for the past 11 years. With...


Another ‘men eater’ arrested in Bhakkar

By: Umair Anwar, Uploaded: 4th April 2011

Another ‘men eater’ arrested in Bhakkar Police on Monday arrested a second accused of ‘men eater’ in Bhakkar. The police has arrested four accused on a tip in Bhakkar, who were used to eat dead bodies. Police said that the investigation is underway. On Sunday, Darya Khan Police had raided a house in Union Council Kahawar Kalan in Bhakkar and arrested...


Long march towards Dera Bugti would be made at any cost: Shahzain

By: Muhammad Ejaz, Uploaded: 10th January 2011

Long march towards Dera Bugti would be made at any cost: Shahzain Leader of Jamhoori Wattan Party (JWP) Shahzain Bugti on Monday said that long march towards Dera Bugti would be made at any cost. Talking to Aaj news Shahzain said that the return of Army from Sui is the victory of Balochis, adding that he does not know that why court rejected his bail. He said...


Revive Pakistani Cinema, says Furqan!

By: Sadaf Fayyaz, Uploaded: 24th October 2010

Revive Pakistani Cinema, says Furqan! A young software engineer who aspired to become a film director, Furqan Javed Dogar did courses in Digital Filmmaking and Visual Story Telling from New York Film Academy. He also completed workshops in The art of Moving Camera from Warner Bros. He’s inspired from Steven Spielberg, especially the movie “Jurassic Park.” AAJ News: How did you get interested...


Sending Nawaz abroad was biggest NRO: Awan

By: Muhammad Ejaz, Uploaded: 18th October 2010

Sending Nawaz abroad was biggest NRO: Awan Federal Minister for Law Babar Awan on Monday said that sending Nawaz Sharif to abroad was one of the biggest NRO. In an interview to Aaj news program Islamabad tonight Awan said that at the time when Parvez Musharraf released NRO, cases against the PPP leaders could not have been proved in the courts. He...


Letter not to be written to Swiss Court: Khosa

By: Muhammad Ejaz, Uploaded: 14th October 2010

Letter not to be written to Swiss Court: Khosa Government lawyer on NRO case Latif Khosa on Thursday said that neither any case would be opened against President Zardari in Swiss court nor it could be. Talking in Aaj news program Live with Talat, he said that amount of Rs 60 million is not the property of government of Pakistan and it also does...


PM might appear in court on NRO case

By: Umair Anwar, Uploaded: 12th October 2010

PM might appear in court on NRO case The Supreme Court of Pakistan (SC) will hear the National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO) review case on Wednesday. Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani might appear in SC to defend the Government’s stance on NRO. The 17-member bench headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudhary will hear the NRO review case tomorrow. According to Government sources, PM...


You are our hero, but …

By: Muhammad Ejaz, Uploaded: 5th October 2010

You are our hero, but … “You are our hero, but you should cooperate with us at this moment…” This is the favour General (R) Pervez Musharraf asked Dr. Qadeer. that changed the entire scenario regarding nuclear proliferation in the world. Pakistani Scientist Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan revealed that he was given a written statement by Musharraf to read on national...


Drug dealers caught on camera

By: Monitoring Desk, Uploaded: 4th October 2010

Drug dealers caught on camera AAJ News Target Team helps Karachi Police arrest drug dealers from Korangi. Two sisters Shabbo and Noor Jehan were operating a drug den in a residential area in Korangi. The criminals were caught on camera and arrested by...


Musharraf seeking protection through politics: Gul

By: Muhammad Ejaz, Uploaded: 4th October 2010

Musharraf seeking protection through politics: Gul Ex DG ISI General (R) Hameed Gul said that former President Pervez Musharraf needs protection, that is why he is entering politics. He said that Musharraf was an average soldier. He said that the details of the National Reconciliation Ordinance should be brought in front of the nation. While talking to AAJ News he said...


Maulana Fazl-ur-Rehman denied entry in US, reveals document

By: Ahmed Tamjid Aijazi, Uploaded: 30th September 2010

Maulana Fazl-ur-Rehman denied entry in US, reveals document Documents obtained by AAJ News reveal that Chairman Kashmir Committee Maulana Fazl-ur-Rehman has been denied boarding on flights going to United States, as his entry in prohibited in the United States. Maulana Fazl-ur-Rehman’s was to visit United States to participate in a conference being held in New York. According to the letter dated 21-Sep-2010, written...


PML-N will welcome PML-Q if rejoin: Pervaiz Rasheed

By: Umair Anwar, Uploaded: 26th September 2010

PML-N will welcome PML-Q if rejoin: Pervaiz Rasheed Senior leader of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and senator Pervaiz Rasheed said that the party will welcome Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid (PML-Q) if they rejoin the party, however adding that the return of Chaudhry Shujat is conditional. While exclusively talking to Aaj News, spokesman of Punjab government Pervaiz Rasheed said the doors are open for PML-Q...


 
 
 



 
 



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