News Bulletin

Panama Case Verdict Announced: JIT Announced against PM Nawaz Sharif and family

ISLAMABAD – Supreme Court’s larger bench announces the much-awaited verdict of Panama Leaks Case against the ruling Sharif Family. According to the judgement, the premier would not be disqualified and a JIT (Joint Investigation Team) would be formed to probe money trail of Sharif family. Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif along with Hassan and Hussain nawaz

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8 terrorists killed in CTD operation

SHEIKHUPURA,  (sarzameeen news): A major terror bid to target Lahore was foiled when eight terrorists were killed in exchange of fire with Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) personnel in Narangmandi area of Sheikhupura district. According to details, CTD carried out an operation in Sheikhupura on intelligence reports and killed eight terrorists in encounter while four of

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CJP takes notice of torture on Norwegian women

ISLAMABAD,  (sarzameen news): Chief Justice of Pakistan Mian Saqib Nisar has taken notice of the torture of Norwegian ladies at Islamabad Airport. The notice was taken on a news item published in a section of media highlighting that two female Norwegian Nationals of Pakistani origin were allegedly beaten and tortured by Immigration staff over a

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Foolproof security arrangements made ahead of Panama case verdict

ISLAMABAD,(sarzameen news): The authorities on Wednesday ensured strict security arrangements inside and outside the Supreme Court (SC) ahead of Panama Leaks’ verdict that is due to be announced today (Thursday) at 2 pm. More than 500 policemen would perform duties inside the court whereas additional force will also be deployed outside. Six to eight officers

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Current power crisis will be overcome in the next 8 to 10 days: Kh Asif

ISLAMABAD,(sarzameen news): Minister for Water and Power Khawaja Asif on Wednesday announced that the current power crisis will be overcomed in the next eight to ten days. Responding to a calling attention notice in the National Assembly on prolonged power outages, he said supply situation will gradually start improving from tomorrow. Khawaja Asif said some

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ANF recovers drugs wroth Rs 41.24mln, arrests 3 drug peddlers

CHAKWAL,(sarzameen news): Anti Narcotics Force (ANF) Rawalpindi while acting upon a tip-off intercepted a Toyota Parado at Fim Kasar Chowk, Chak Beli Khan Road Distt Chakwal, the officials said on Wednesday.  Upon search of the vehicle 17 kg narcotics including 5 kg Heroin and 12 kg Hashish were recovered, which is worth millions in international

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Pakistan greatly values historic Pak-Iran relationship: COAS

RAWALPINDI,(sarzameen news): Chief of Army Staff (COAS), General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Wednesday said that Pakistan greatly values historic Pak-Iran relationship and the same shall continue based on mutual trust and respect for each other’s interests. According to Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the Army Chief was talking to Mehdi Honardoost, Ambassador of Iran to Pakistan

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PM chairs meeting of PML-N Sindh chapter

ISLAMABAD,(sarzameen news): Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif as president of Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) chaired a meeting of the party’s Sindh chapter on Wednesday. The meeting discussed PML-N’s administrative matters in Sindh and was attended by senior party leaders, a PM’s Office statement issued here said.

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Lahore decorated with banners favoring Nawaz Sharif

LAHORE,(sarzameen news): In the run up to the Panamagate scandal case ruling by Supreme Court of Pakistan, banners favoring Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif have been put in place across Lahore. According to details, these banners with ‘Quaid Tera Aik Ishara, Hazir Hazir Lahu Hamara’ written on them can be seen in the constituency of Khawaja

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Action against foreigners entering Pakistan without valid visas under law ordered

ISLAMABAD, (sarzameen news): The Ministry of Interior on Tuesday decided that after suspension of landing permits, all foreigners entering Pakistan without valid visas or without completing immigration process, would be proceeded against under law, which could include arrest and prosecution.   The decision was taken during a meeting here, which was chaired by Minister for

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