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‘Minus-Nawaz formula unacceptable’

Minus-Nawaz

PML-N HUDDLE TAKES DECISION IN LONDON MEETING  From Our Correspondent LONDON: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) top leadership in a key meeting headed by party president Nawaz Sharif dismissed Minus Nawaz formula as “ un-acceptable”. The meeting was held at the residence of Hasan Nawaz and was attended by Prime Minister …

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DGMO protests targetting of civilians

DGMO

CONTACT MADE WITH INDIAN COUNTERPART  From Our Correspondent RAWALPINDI: Pakistan Army’s Director General , Military Operations (DGMO) yesterday contacted his Indian counterpart and protested recent targeting of civilians along the Line of Control (LoC), said the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR). The DGMO conveyed that Indian troops are “deliberately targeting innocent …

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Ishaq Dar faces arrest warrants in absentia

Ishaq-Dar

By Our Correspondent ISLAMABAD: Accountability Court Islamabad has issued bailable arrest warrants of Finance Minister Ishaq Dar for not appearing before it in connection with reference filed against him by NAB for allegedly accumulating assets beyond his known sources of income. AC judge Muhammad Bashir took up the case for …

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PPP will not tolerate technocrat or national government: Bilawal

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NC Monitoring Desk KARACHI: PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari yesterday said that his party will not tolerate any technocrat or national government setup. In an interview with a television news channel, Bilawal said he doesn’t think this [technocrat or national government] is going to happen. “The PML-N is misleading [the nation …

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Iran fulfilling nuclear deal commitments: IAEA chief

Iran-fulfilling

ABU DHABI: Iran is fulfilling its commitments under the nuclear deal with world powers and U.N. inspectors are facing no problems in their verification efforts, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) director-general said yesterday. U.S. President Donald Trump said earlier this month that he would not continue to certify the …

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