Sports

Nawaz Sharif is an accused: Saeed Ghani

ISLAMABAD (Sarzameen News) –  Pakistan Peoples Party’s Senator Saeed Ghani said that morally Nawaz Sharif is standing before the court as an accused in Panama Papers scandal. Senator Ghani in a statement issued by PPP media office Islamabad said that it is ironic that Sharif family was unaware of business partnership in Qatar for the last

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Section 144 imposed, pillion riding banned in Quetta for a month

QUETTA (Sarzameen News) –  In view of the recent terrorism and target killing incidents, section 144 was imposed in Quetta on Sunday. According to the notification issued by the Balochistan Home and Tribal Affairs Department, pillion riding, congregation of more than five people, rallies and exhibition of weapons has banned in Quetta for a month

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Aitzaz rules out ‘u-turn’ in PPP’s planned anti-govt drive

LAHORE (sarzameen News) – Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Senator Aitzaz Ahsan on Sunday said, “Inquiry into Panama Papers’ revelations must be carried out under provisions of the bill submitted to the Parliament.” Speaking to media, Ahsan said the criteria for investigation should be same for Nawaz Sharif as it was for then PM Yousuf Raza

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Indian nationals sneaking into Pakistan through sea border arrested

ISLAMABAD (Sarzameen News)-  Maritime Security Agency on Sunday arrested ‘Indian nationals’ who were trying to enter Pakistan by cross the western sea border. According to details, Maritime Security Agency raided the sea and arrested Indian nationals who were trying to enter the country illegally through Pakistan’s territorial waters. The arrested persons were shifted to Karachi

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Work on Kohala Hydro Power Project in full swing

ISLAMABAD (Sarzameen News) –  The Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) government which is a major beneficiary of China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) particularly in hydel power sector is planning to get its benefits. Official source told our Mirpur correspondent that Kohala Hydro Power Project is part of CPEC. The project to be completed at a

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Two Haqqani network commanders arrested

KABUL (Sarzameen News) – A top leader of the Haqqani network was arrested by the operatives of the Afghan intelligence in southeastern Paktika province of Afghanistan, Afghan officials have said. The Afghan intelligence, National Directorate of Security (NDS), said the Haqqani network commander, Syed Rahman also famous as Khyber was arrested from the vicinity of

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President, PM reaffirm resolve to protect children’s rights

ISLAMABAD (Sarzameen News) –  Universal Children’s Day was observed on Sunday with an aim to promote awareness in the society and highlighting their welfare. The theme of the day this year is “Stop Violence against the Children.” Special seminars and conferences will be held across the country today to create awareness among people to safeguard

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New Zealand beat Pakistan by 8 wickets in first Test

CHRISTCHURCH (Sarzameen News) –  New Zealand have won the first Test match against Pakistan cricket team by eight wickets at Hagley Oval, Christchurch. New Zealand led the 2-match series by 1-0. New Zealand’s skipper Kane Williamson played brilliant innings and made 61 runs. Opener Jeet Raval was not out for 36 runs. NZ need 105 runs to

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War against terrorism will be taken to its logical conclusion: PM

ISLAMABAD (Monitoring Desk) –  Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif has expressed deep grief and sorrow over the martyrdom of FC personnel in Quetta. In his message, he said that such cowardice acts of terrorism cannot deter the national resolve against terrorism. The Prime Minister said that war against terrorism will be brought to its logical

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New Zealand in charge as Pakistan struggles ahead

CHRISTCHURCH(AFP) – Neil Wagner and Trent Boult left Pakistan’s second innings in tatters Saturday to put New Zealand in sight of a comprehensive first Test victory at the end of the third day in Christchurch. The tourists lost six wickets in the final session at Hagley Oval to be 129-7 at stumps, ahead by only

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