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Pakistan will never forget Kashmiris: PM

ISLAMABAD (Sarzameen News) – Pakisan will continue extending moral, political, and diplomatic, support to the peaceful freedom struggle of the people of Kashmir. This was stated by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Friday while congratulating PML-N candidates Sardar Abdul Khaliq Wassi and Chaudhry Muhammad Siddiq for their vicotry in Azad Kashmir Council elections. He said

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NAP has become PML-N’s plan: Bilawal

LAHORE (Sarzameen News) – Chairman Pakistan People’s Party (PPP), Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Friday said that National Action Plan (NAP) has become ‘Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) plan’ which has failed. Bilawal addressed a rally at Bilawal House in connection with foundation day of PPP. In his address, Bilawal chanted ‘Go Nisar Go’ and warned the

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Rangers arrest 19 terrorists in Karachi

KARACHI (Sarzameen News) – The rangers have arrested 19 terrorists including operatives of banned Lashkar-e-Jhangvi (LeJ), Al-Qaeda, Jeay Sindh Qaumi Mahaz among others in different operations in the metropolis. During the raids on Friday, six extortionists, four smugglers and two illegally-residing Afghan citizens were also detained. Spokesperson for Pakistan Rangers also reported that weapons and

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Imran Khan’s ex-brother-in-law loses by-election on his own safe seat

LONDON (Sarzameen News) – Britain’s Liberal Democrat Party on Friday unseated Zac Goldsmith, a one-time Conservative Party rising star who ran as an independent in a parliamentary by-election in the London borough of Richmond. Goldsmith quit the Conservative party after the government decided to approve the expansion of Heathrow Airport – a decision that will affect

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Constitution bars open sale of liquor: SHC CJ

KARACHI (Sarzameen News) – The Chief Justice of Sindh High Court (SHC) on Friday remarked that open sale of liquor has been banned in the country as per law. While hearing a case regarding ban on liquor shops, the SHC CJ remarked that the Sindh Government won’t impose ban on alcohol even in the next

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PPP claims PML-N’s undemocratic leaders have ties with banned outfits

LAHORE (Sarzameen News) – Senior Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) leader, Khursheed Shah on Friday claimed that leaders in the current government of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) were undemocratic and had been enjoying ties with banned outfits from day one of their regime. Speaking at a press conference as part of PPP’s one-week ‘Foundation Day’ celebrations

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Indian aggression aims to divert world’s attention: COAS

RAWALPINDI (Sarxzameen News) – Chief of Army Staff (COAS), General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Friday said, “Indian aggressive posture solely aims to divert attention of the world from atrocities being committed by their troops in Indian occupied Kashmir.” The COAS expressed these views during his visit to the Headquarters 10 Corps Rawalpindi and troops on

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PTI to eliminate major corruption in 90 days if elected to power: Imran

KALAM (Sarzameen News) – Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) Chief Imran Khan has pledged that his party will rid the nation of major corruption within ninety days if his party came into power. Addressing a gathering after inaugural ceremony of 84MW hydel power project in Kalam, Khan said, “We have to catch big criminals and put them

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Pakistan ‘would certainly be’ among other countries if Trump plans foreign trip: White House

WASHINGTON (Sarzameen News) – Pakistan will be among the list of other countries if newly-elected US President Donald Trump ever started planning his foreign trip, the White House spokesperson stated. “When President Trump begins planning his overseas travel, he’ll have a range of places to consider, and Pakistan would certainly be one of them,” White

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Muslim teen of Pakistani origin brutally beaten by white men in Canada

OTTAWA (Sarzameen News) – A Muslim teen of Pakistani origin, Noah Rabbani, 15 was brutally beaten by white men in Ottawa, Canada. Rabbani was walking the five minutes from his friend’s home in Hamilton, Ontario, to his grandmother’s home just after midnight Sunday, as he has many times before. It’s a quiet residential neighborhood, filled

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