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PM guilty or Not guilty!


ALL EYES SET ON SC VERDICT IN PANAMA CASE TODAY From Our Correspondent ISLAMABAD: All eyes are set on the Supreme Court verdict in Panama gate case today and a huge amount of money has been staked by the betters on the decision that whether Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and …

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NA Speaker moved to disqualify 3 federal ministers


From Our Correspondent LAHORE: A reference has been dispatched to Speaker National Assembly yesterday, seeking disqualification of three Federal Ministers for concealing their foreign work permits (Iqama) in the nomination papers to Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP). The reference has been sent by Judicial Activism Panel, a group of lawyers, …

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CM not happy with delay in road projects


By Staff Reporter KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has expressed concern over inordinate delay in ongoing road projects and warned the officials of strict action if these projects are not expedited as per their schedule. Presiding over a meeting here at the CM House to review the …

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Pak defence production better: Sarath


INDIAN VICE CHIEF OF ARMY STAFF ADMITS NC Monitoring Desk NEW DELHI: A top Indian army general has said Pakistan has a better military industrial base and exports more defence equipment than India, as he “slammed” the performance of ordnance factories at home, Times of India reported. “Pakistan probably has …

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US issues terror alert for Karachi


TERRORISTS INTEND TO HIT JINNAH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT: WARNING By Staff Reporter KARACHI: The United States Consulate General in Karachi has temporarily cancelled all official and unofficial travel of US government personnel traveling to and from Jinnah International Airport Karachi until further notice. In a warning issued yesterday, the US consulate …

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Trump bans transgender people in army


WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump says transgender people cannot serve in “any capacity” in the military. He tweeted that he had consulted with military experts and cited “tremendous medical costs and disruption”. The Obama administration decided last year to allow transgender people to serve openly in the military. But in …

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