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India resorts unprovoked firing in Battal sector of AJK

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India resorts unprovoked firing in Battal sector of AJK MIRPUR: Violating the ceasefire Wednesday night, Indian troops opened fire from automatic weapons and mortars on the forward villages along the Line of Control (LoC) in Battal sector Azad Jammu and Kashmir. Police sources told APP that there was no report of casualties or damage to property in the incident. “In Battal sector, Indian troops...


Police arrests 400 protesting farmers

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Police arrests 400 protesting farmers GUJRANWALA: The police registered FIRs against 400 protesting farmers, Aaj News reported. Hundreds of farmers had blocked GT Road, bringing traffic through the main thoroughfare to a complete halt. They demanded subsidies on agricultural products from the government. Police said that they had registered cases against the protesting farmers for disrupting peace of the city....


Godil’s health is improving every day: hospital

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Godil’s health is improving every day: hospital KARACHI: MQM leader Rashid Godil’s health is improving every day, Aaj News reported. The hospital spokesman said that Godil’s health had improved, and he was eating through his mouth now. Godil also tried to walk a little today, he said. However, his health will be supervised for a few more days, and he will not...


Punjab livesstock springs into action: Arrests 18 for selling dead meat

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Punjab livesstock springs into action: Arrests 18 for selling dead meat LAHORE: The Punjab Livestock Authority confiscated over 70 mun of meat from dead animals, Aaj News reported. The meat was obtained during raids at various localities of the city. In one such raid a truck full of 30 mun of meat from dead animals was discovered. The raid were conducted at Thokar Niaz Baig and...


There is no going back

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There is no going back -Editorial Uncharacteristic of Asif Ali Zardari, his broadside against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif fired this past Monday couldn’t be more lethal. Not only has he accused Nawaz Sharif of being ungrateful to the PPP for the help it rendered to the PML (N) to form the government following the otherwise questionable 2013 election, he has...


COAS confirms sentence of another five hard core terrorists

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COAS confirms sentence of another five hard core terrorists RAWALPINDI:  Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif on Wednesday confirmed death sentences of another five hardcore terrorists, ISPR said on Wednesday. These terrorists were involved in killing of an advocate at Lahore, sectarian killings in Quetta, killings of police officials at Gudab Karachi, breaking of Bannu Jail, attack on a Girls school in...


Peshawar attack kills three cops, injures six

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Peshawar attack kills three cops, injures six PESHAWAR: As many as three policemen were killed and six others injured on Wednesday in an armed attack. According to the police report, the officers came under attack from unknown gunmen holed up in a house during a routine search, triggering a gunfight which lasted more than half an hour. One attacker was also killed...


Karachi operation discussed

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Karachi operation discussed WEB DESK: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif on Tuesday called on Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and discussed with country’s security situation, ongoing targeted operation in Karachi, rehabilitation work in FATA and the recent visit of US National Security Advisor Susan Rice. Reports said the two leaders exchanged views about the Afghanistan situation....


The constraints and impact of POL prices

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The constraints and impact of POL prices -Editorial The minister for Petroleum and Natural Resources, Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, announced an increase of up to 38.5 percent in domestic gas prices and a cut of 3 rupee per litre in petrol/diesel prices. Economists would, no doubt, support the trend though there would be arguments on the actual rate rise/decline announced by the minister...


Gillani gets protective bail for seven days from IHC

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Gillani gets protective bail for seven days from IHC ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Tuesday granted seven days protective bail to former Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani in eight corruption cases against surety bonds of Rs. 100,000 in each case. A single bench of Justice Noorul Haq N. Qureshi granted protective bail to Gilani for seven days in the cases registered against...


COAS meets PM; discusses security situation

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COAS meets PM; discusses security situation ISLAMABAD: Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif called on Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif at Prime Minister’s House here on Tuesday. Matters relating to internal and external security situation with particular reference to peace process in Afghanistan were discussed during the meeting, a statement from the PM’s media office said. Source:...


Armed forces to defend every inch of motherland: Asif

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Armed forces to defend every inch of motherland: Asif ISLAMABAD: Minister for Defence, Khawaja Muhammad Asif has said that Armed forces of Pakistan would defend every inch of motherland if war is imposed. Talking to a news channel, Khawaja Asif said Pakistan would retaliate forcefully if India imposed war. He said economic stability was indispensable for sovereignty. He said India did not want to...


Khyber Agency suicide bombing kills four, injures over 50

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Khyber Agency suicide bombing kills four, injures over 50 JAMRUD: As many as four people were killed and over 50 injured in a suicide blast that struck Khyber Agency’s Jamrud Bazaar on Tuesday, Aaj News reported. The suicide bomber struck near a local government office in Jamrud Bazaar area. According to a political administration official, the blast was carried out near the vehicle of...


Egypt muezzin suspended over ‘Facebook prayer call’

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Egypt muezzin suspended over ‘Facebook prayer call’ WEB DESK: An Egyptian muezzin has been suspended by the authorities after being accused of intoning “Prayer is better than Facebook” in his early morning call for people to pray. The action was taken against Mahmud al-Moghazi, who denies the charge, after devout Muslims complained that he had altered the traditional call to prayer, an official told...


India ‘crossing all limits’

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India ‘crossing all limits’ -Editorial Indian provocations along the Line of Control (LoC) and the Working Boundary (WB) continue to claim innocent lives. In the latest round of shelling by the Indian Border Security Force (BSF) across the WB on Friday at least eight people were killed and another 47 injured, among them 24 women and 11 children. Ten...


Federal Foreign Minister Germany calls on General Raheel Sharif

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Federal Foreign Minister Germany calls on General Raheel Sharif RAWALPINDI: Federal Foreign Minister Germany, Frank-Walter Steinmeier visited GHQ here on Monday and called on Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif. According to ISPR, matters of mutual interest including security situation in the region were discussed during the meeting....


Nation stood untied in 1965 War to defeat an enemy with overwhelming resources: Pervaiz Rashid

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Nation stood untied in 1965 War to defeat an enemy with overwhelming resources: Pervaiz Rashid ISLAMABAD: Minister for Information,Broadcasting and National Heritage Senator Pervaiz Rashid Monday said the whole nation was untied together in 1965 War to defeat an enemy with overwhelming resources. The Minister expressed these views while chairing a meeting regarding preparations to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Defense Day of September, 6 1965. He said that it...


Pakistan economy witnessing a turnaround: PM

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Pakistan economy witnessing a turnaround: PM ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif Monday said Pakistan’s economy is witnessing a turnaround with key indicators showing improvment while operation against terrorism is also achieving success. He was talking to German Foreign Minister Dr. Frank Walter Steinmeier who called on him at the PM House. During the meeting, matters relating to bilateral and regional...


Rashid Godil to be discharged soon: Hospital sources

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Rashid Godil to be discharged soon: Hospital sources KARACHI: Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) senior leader Abdul Rashid Godil will be discharged from hospital soon, said a spokesman for the hospital, Aaj News reported. According to the spokesman, the injured leader’s wounds were healing quickly and that his condition had improved significantly. Godil, who has been under treatment at a local hospital after suffering...


Violations by India: Prime Minister produces evidence

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Violations by India: Prime Minister produces evidence WEB DESK: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has on Sunday handed over report of Indian aggression along the Line of Control (LoC) and Indian Research and Analysis Wing’s (RAW) involvement in Balochistan to the US National Security Adviser Dr Susan Rice. US National Security Adviser Dr Susan Rice has on Sunday called on Prime Minister Nawaz...


Who is right?

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Who is right? -Editorial The State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) says despite the global turmoil it sees no threat to Pakistan’s economy as its macroeconomic fundamentals remain strong and SBP is closely monitoring the movement of currencies in international and domestic markets. In case of need it would take a stern action against speculators who are contributing towards...


US National Security Adviser calls on Sartaj Aziz

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US National Security Adviser calls on Sartaj Aziz ISLAMABAD: The US National Security Adviser Dr. Susan Rice Sunday called on the Adviser to the Prime Minister on National Security and Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz here. She was accompanied by the Senior Director for South Asian Affairs at the US National Security Council (NSC) Dr. Peter Lavoy, Ambassador Richard Olson and other senior officials...


Defence minister visits border village

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Defence minister visits border village SIALKOT: Federal Minister for Defence, Khawaja Muhammad Asif visited border village Kundanpur along the Sialkot Working Boundary here Sunday. The minister distributed the financial compensation cheques of Rs.0.5 million among the Indian shelling victims families of  the eight martyred persons. MNA Ch.Armughan Subhani, Commissioner Gujranwala Division Shamail Ahmed Khawaja, Sialkot DCO Dr.Asif  Tufail and MPAs...


Imran opted to flee from elections by nominating another candidate: Rashid

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Imran opted to flee from elections by nominating another candidate: Rashid ISLAMABAD: Minister for Information, Broadcasting and National Heritage Senator Pervaiz Rashid on Saturday said Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chief Imran Khan has opted to flee from the elections while nominating another candidate to contest the by-elections. In a statement he said, Imran Khan has become frustrated after the announcement of by-elections in the two constituencies. Imran...


Border violations aimed at diverting Indian public attention from bad performance: Asif

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Border violations aimed at diverting Indian public attention from bad performance: Asif ISLAMABAD: Defence Minister Khawaja Asif Saturday said the Indian government was trying to divert attention of its public from its bad governance and internal political problems by resorting to ceasefire violations on borders with Pakistan. Talking to a news channel, he said the Indian government had failed to achieve its goals. Nearly three dozen freedom...


Pakistan to respond India strongly: Defence Minister

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Pakistan to respond India strongly: Defence Minister SIALKOT:  Federal Minister for Defence,Water and Power Khawaja Muhammad Asif has said Pakistan will respond India strongly if it does not stop its hostilities along the Sialkot Woking Boundary. He said this while talking to newsmen at CMH here on Saturday after inquiring about health of those injured by the Indian shelling. He added that...


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