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ECP to scan the charges laid by Imran, Afzal

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ECP to scan the charges laid by Imran, Afzal ISLAMABAD: The Election Commission of Pakistan(ECP) has called in an important session to scan the allegations of Imran Khan and Afzal Khan today, Aaj News reported. Chaired by the current Chief Election Commissioner, the session will be held in Islamabad where by the allegations on the ECP imposed by Imran Khan and Afzal Khan would...


Operation Zarb-e-Azb kills 20 militants

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 17th September 2014

Operation Zarb-e-Azb kills 20 militants RAWALPINDI: At least 20 militants were killed in an on going military operation in North Waziristan, ISPR said on Tuesday. According to a statement, Pakistan warplanes targeted hideouts in different areas, as a result of which, 20 militants have been killed and their arms depots have also been...


‘COAS guarantees approval of 5 to 6 demands’, says Imran

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 17th September 2014

‘COAS guarantees approval of 5 to 6 demands’, says Imran ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan revealed that Chief of Amry Staff, General Raheel Sharif had guaranteed the approval of 5 to 6 demands of ours, whereas with it he also said that PM won’t resign, Aaj News reported. According to the reports and Interview given by Imran Khan on a local media channel,...


Altaf Hussain addresses workers on his 61st birthday

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Altaf Hussain addresses workers on his 61st birthday KARACHI: Founder and leader of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM), Altaf Hussain addressed to his party workers and supporters via a video-link from London on his 61st birthday yesterday, Aaj News reported. According to Altaf’s address, he asserted that he does want to celebrate his 61st birthday and he wants his party leaders and Coordination Committee...


PIA Flight delays for 2 hours, was it due to Rehman Malik!

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 16th September 2014

PIA Flight delays for 2 hours, was it due to Rehman Malik! KARACHI: More than two hours delay in Pakistan International Airline (PIA) flight, leaving Karachi for capital city Islamabad, irked the passengers on Monday night, Aaj News reported. Reports claimed that Islamabad-bound flight PK370 was to depart at 7:00PM, however, it left the airport at 9:15PM. Delay in the flight departure irked the passengers. For delaying...


PTI workers and police clash in front of Supreme Court

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 16th September 2014

PTI workers and police clash in front of Supreme Court ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) workers and police had clashed in front of Supreme Court at NADRA Chowk, Aaj News reported. According to the reports, two PTI activists sustained injuries when police resorted to baton-charge. The workers of protesting PTI pelted with stones at police. Following the clash, NADRA Chowk (round-about) has been closed. PTI activists...


CM Shahbaz briefed on flood situation

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CM Shahbaz briefed on flood situation LAHORE: Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif directed the Cabinet Committee on Flood Relief to take all possible steps for immediate redressal of complaints received from flood affected districts. He was presiding over a meeting of the cabinet committee  late Monday night to review the arrangements for the flood victims. The chief minister after visit...


Qadri calls off currency campaign ‘Go Nawaz Go’

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Qadri calls off currency campaign ‘Go Nawaz Go’ ISLAMABAD: PAT chief Dr Tahirul Qadri has announced to take back his call for writing “Go Nawaz Go” on currency notes, Aaj News reported. While talking to the media, Dr Tahirul Qadri said, “After the statement of the State Bank governor in keeping with the law, I take back my call.” According to the earlier...


Bus falls into ravine in Muzaffargarh, injures 10

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Bus falls into ravine in Muzaffargarh, injures 10 MUZAFFARGARH: A seeping bus fell into a ravine in Muzaffargarh injuring ten passengers on Monday, Aaj News reported. According to police, the accident occurred at Karachi road near Head Bakaini when a speeding bus plunged into a ravine and injured ten persons. Soon after the incident, rescue team reached at the spot. The injured were...


Police asked IK to hand over the released PTI workers for re-arrest: sources

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Police asked IK to hand over the released PTI workers for re-arrest: sources ISLAMABAD: Heavy contingent of police gathered around the house of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf chairman Imran Khan to re-arrest the PTI party workers who were earlier released from police custody by Imran Khan by intimidation. The local media reports sated that more than 1000 policemen surrounded Imran Khan’s Bali Gala residence and demanded Imran Khan through mega...


Imran terms cases lodged against his workers as ‘false’

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Imran terms cases lodged against his workers as ‘false’ ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman, Imran Khan said false cases had been registered against his workers and accused the Interior Minister and other rulers of telling lies. While addressing the participants of his party’s ‘Azadi March’ on Sunday, Imran Khan said instead of helping the oppressed they go and lodge cases against them. Since the...


Qadri’s campaign: writes ‘go Nawaz go’ on currency bills

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Qadri’s campaign: writes ‘go Nawaz go’ on currency bills ISLAMABAD: A campaign has been launched of putting ‘go Nawaz go’ on currency bills by Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) leader Tahirul Qadri on Sunday, Aaj News reported. While addressing the participants of his sit-in here, Tahirul Qadri said the protest must continue till the elimination of the incumbent government. According to the reports, Qadri launched...


Hangu militant attack kills one and injures two

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 15th September 2014

Hangu militant attack kills one and injures two HANGU: A policeman was reported to be killed, whereas two others were reported to be injured in a blast led by militants which took place on Tal Police Station on Monday morning, Aaj News reported. According to the police reports, exchange of fire took place first which continued for hours, because of which more contingents...


Police finally reveals PTI’s DJ Butt

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 13th September 2014

Police finally reveals PTI’s DJ Butt ISLAMABAD: The Police has presented PTI and PAT arrested workers in F8 court in the judiciary of area magistrate and PTI worker DJ Butt is also present among them, Aaj News reported. Sources report that thousands of workers arrested during the crack down against PTI and PAT workers ongoing from last few days have been...


Punjab floods: Almost 250 villages drenched in Jhang

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 13th September 2014

Punjab floods: Almost 250 villages drenched in Jhang JHANG: Due to high floods in River Chenab, more than two hundred and fifty villages have inundated and about 5 lakh people affected, Aaj News reported. The effects of ferocious floods are visible near Head Trimmu. The system of life is totally paralyzed in the area where thousands of houses lie under water. The flood...


‘One Nation Day’ and ‘Inquilab Day’ being celebrated by PTI and PAT

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 13th September 2014

‘One Nation Day’ and ‘Inquilab Day’ being celebrated by PTI and PAT ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek e Insaaf will be celebrating “One Nation Day” and Pakistan Awami Tehreek “Inquilab Day” upon successful completion of one month of protest, Aaj News reported. Yesterday, the protestors offered Namaz e Jumaa on Shahrah e Dastoor. This was the third Friday that the protestors spent on the street. PAT Chairman Doctor Tahir...


Pillion riding ban: Section 144 imposed in Rawalpindi

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 13th September 2014

Pillion riding ban: Section 144 imposed in Rawalpindi RAWALPINDI: The government has imposed section 144 in Rawalpindi, banning pillion riding, display of firearms and use of loudspeaker for the next 48 hours, Aaj News reported. According to the reports, DCO Rawalpindi announced late Friday night that the ban has been imposed for the next 48 hours in the garrison city. The ban will...


Cops held as hostages by PTI workers last night

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 13th September 2014

Cops held as hostages by PTI workers last night ISLAMABAD: The Pakistani Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) workers held two policemen as hostages in Azadi March protest for about two hours yesterday on Friday late night. According to the reports, two policemen were held in by PTI workers late night on Friday, whereas their identity cards and office cards were also taken away from them. Inspector General...


Govt won’t accept any unconstitutional demands’, says Nawaz

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 13th September 2014

Govt won’t accept any unconstitutional demands’, says Nawaz ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, while speaking at a cabinet meeting on Friday asserted that the Govt won’t accept any unconstitutional demands, whereas problems could be resolved through dialogues and negotiation, Aaj News reported. While speaking at a cabinet meeting, Nawaz claimed that he believe that every problem and disagreement can be sorted out through...


PIA pilot saved the day, fortunately escaped a crash

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 12th September 2014

PIA pilot saved the day, fortunately escaped a crash QUETTA: Pakistan International Airline (PIA) flight PK 368, flying from Karachi to Quetta , fortunately escaped a mishap, Aaj News reported. According to sources,the flight was in the air when two fighter jet planes of Pak Army came in front of it. The pilot used his intelligence and landed the flight on Quetta Airport safely....


Floods continue to wreak havoc in Southern Punjab

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 12th September 2014

Floods continue to wreak havoc in Southern Punjab MULTAN: The flow of flood in River Chenab has now been diverted towards Multan, Aaj News reported on Friday. Sources report that about 125 villages have already been ruined by water and crops have been collapsed as well. The  flood stream is moving ahead towards while causing destruction in Muzaffargarh. Authorities have breached Head Muhammad...


Four terrorists arrested from Landi Kotal: Security forces

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Four terrorists arrested from Landi Kotal: Security forces LANDI KOTAL: As many as four terrorists have been arrested by Security forces during raid in a house near Landi Kotal college in Khyber Agency, Aaj News reported on Friday. According to security forces sources, a suicide jacket was also recovered during the raid while four terrorists were also apprehended from the house. The culprits...


PTI participant DJ Butt arrested

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 12th September 2014

PTI participant DJ Butt arrested ISLAMABAD: DJ Butt, the person who gained recognition and fame by playing music in the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) sit-ins has been arrested, reported on PTI official Twitter page. The PTI official Twitter page claimed that DJ Butt, who is a part of PTI sit-ins has been arrested by Punjab police over baseless allegations. The sources...


PTV assault case: Police launch investigation

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PTV assault case: Police launch investigation ISLAMABAD: Secretariat police have launched investigation into PTV attack case and apprehended an accused, Aaj News reported. According to the sources, police have made contact with NADRA for identification and other information of the accused. Footages from various TV channels have also been obtained to recognize the attackers. Police have also recorded statements of higher...


Terror threats: Ban imposed on pillion riding in Islamabad

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 12th September 2014

Terror threats: Ban imposed on pillion riding in Islamabad ISLAMABAD: The authorities concerned have imposed ban on pillion riding in Islamabad for 10 days with effect from last night, Aaj News reported. According to Deputy Commissioner, the ban has been imposed due to potential terrorism in the federal capital. A notification is this regard has been issued on Thursday night. It is pertinent to...


Water level rises in Chenab River

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 11th September 2014

Water level rises in Chenab River MULTAN: The Pakistan Army continues its rescue and relief activities in the flood affected areas of Punjab, Aaj News reported Thursday. To help the flood victims, other civil organizations are also working beside the army. According to Local administration in Multan,  the flood had affected more than 100,000 people, submerging dozens of villages. According to...


 
 
 



 
 
 



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