Pakistan

Unprovoked Indian firing injures four Pakistani civilians: ISPR

ISLAMABAD(NNI) Indian forces have injured four Pakistani civilians in unprovoked firing at the Working Boundary (WB) between the two bitter neighbours on Sunday. Intermittent exchange of fire continues at working boundary in Harpar, Chaprar, Pukhlian and Shakargarh sectors since Saturday, an army statement said. “Four civilians were injured at working boundary due to unprovoked Indian firing.

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PML-N bitterly puzzled after Panama Leaks: Aitezaz Ahsan

KARACHI(Monitoring Desk) Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) leader Senator Chaudhry Aitezaz Ahsan said that federal government of PMLN has bitterly been puzzled after Panama Leaks that led to demands for the probe. The federal government has since then reacted insanely and a complete portrayal of that absolute puzzlement was witnessed in Islamabad when the youth were

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Information Minister resigns over “security breach”: PM office

ISLAMABAD(Sarzameen News)  Information Minister, Pervez Rashid, has resigned amid controversy over leakage of the details of a security meeting in section of the media, officials said Saturday. Musadaq Malik, spokesman for the Prime Minister, confirmed that the Prime Minister had sought resignation from the Information Minister. The Interior Ministry had started investigation as to who

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Motorway, GT Road closed to bar PTI caravans from entering Islamabad

LAHORE/ATTOCK/PESHAWAR(Sarzameen News)  Authorities on Saturday made all out efforts to stop caravans of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) from entering Islamabad for Nov 2 protest. In this regard, according to our correspondent, G.T Road is being closed with container at Sheranwala Bagh, Sheikhupura Morr and Wazirabad to bar PTI caravans coming from different cities of Punjab. To

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Special security arrangements in SC building on November 01

ISLAMABAD(Sarzameen News)   A five member larger bench headed by the Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP), Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali will resume the hearing of the Constitution Petitions No.26,28–30/2016 (regarding Panama Papers) on November 01, 2016 (Thursday). For proper Court decorum and smooth functioning of the SC, special security measures have been taken to beef

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Indian troops open unprovoked fire at LoC

RAWALPINDI(Monitoring Desk)  Indian forces opened unprovoked fire at Shahkot sector along the Line of Control (LoC) on Saturday morning. According to a statement of Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), the media wing of the military, Indian border forces opened firing at the Pakistani side of the border this morning. The firing began at 07:40 am

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PM hopes CPEC to give boost to regional economic activities

ISLAMABAD(Sarzameen News)   Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif told a regional conference on Wednesday that Pakistan is experiencing an economic revival at present, with a greater momentum gained in energy, transport and infrastructure activities under the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). “CPEC will go beyond bilateral initiatives and lead to uplift and economic development of whole

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Govt has achieved major successes against terrorism through sacrifices: Sartaj Aziz

ISLAMABAD(Monitoring Desk) Adviser to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs, Sartaj Aziz Wednesday said, “The government has achieved major successes against terrorism in recent times which can be attributed to the domestic consensus against terrorism and the tremendous efforts and sacrifices made by our security forces.” He expressed these views while talking to Executive Director

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61 martyred as terrorists storm police facility in Quetta

QUETTA (Sarzameen News) – At least 61 people, most of them fresh police recruits, embraced martyrdom in terrorists attack on the Police Training College in Quetta on Monday night. Three gunmen from a Taliban-linked group burst into the sprawling academy, targeting sleeping quarters that are home to some 700 recruits, sending terrified young men fleeing.”I

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President strongly condemns Quetta attack

ISLAMABAD –  President Mamoon Hussain Tuesday strongly condemned the attack on Police Training Centre in Quetta on Monday. The President expressed his concern over the safety and security of under training cadets at the Centre and directed that utmost efforts must be made to save precious lives while hunting down the terrorists. He also prayed

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