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Umar Cheema
ISLAMABAD: If the audit report is any guide, the Interior Ministry committed irregularities in billions and destroyed its evidence under the watch of Rehman Malik when counter-terrorism fund was used for globe-trotting, buying gold for gifts, ...
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Mehtab Haider
ISLAMABAD: The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) has informed the International Monetary Fund (IMF) that they have projected to generate around Rs40 billion demands through 75,800 cases selected through computerised random balloting related to Income ...
Jawwad Rizvi
LAHORE: The Competition Commission of Pakistan (CCP) has issued notices to Mobilink and Warid for not applying pre-merger application which was announced by the two on Thursday, November 26.
According to the copy available with The News, the CCP ...
Jawwad Rizvi
LAHORE: Sugarcane crushing has started across the country but the provincial governments of Punjab and Sindh have yet to fix its minimum purchase price, leaving the growers at the mercy of sugar mills owners.
The crushing in Sindh was initiated ...
our correspondent
PESHAWAR: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Senior Minister Inayatullah Khan has said that a comprehensive plan is being devised for the development of Dir to improve infrastructure, health, education and other sectors for which suggestions from government ...
Mazhar Abbas
The Sindh Rangers are facing a dilemma. On the one hand, they have to continue Karachi Targeted Action against suspected terrorists, alleged militants of political parties, terror financiers, extortionists and criminals, on the other they have to ...
Ashrafuddin Pirzada
LANDIKOTAL: A senior official of the Khyber Agency administration said on Friday that three militants allegedly involved in killing of three security personnel in Jamrud subdivision had been arrested and arms and ammunition recovered from their ...
our correspondent
PESHAWAR: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Police authorities have once again taken up the cases of a number of police personnel who were killed in the line of duty but their families were denied compensation package by the provincial government, it was ...
our correspondent
ISLAMABAD: Zahid Hamid, Minister for Climate Change on Friday pledged to highlight Pakistan’s case of growing vulnerability to climate change-induced disasters and push rich countries for financial and technical support for coping with different ...
our correspondent
MANSEHRA: The Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) on Friday arrested a suspected militant on the charges of killing two polio workers and a policeman in Danna area earlier this year.
Sardar Khan, head of the CTD in Hazara, confirmed the arrest, ...
Nisar Mahmood
PESHAWAR: The opposition members demanded increase in compensation amount and resurvey to assess the damage as the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly completed debate on the post-earthquake situation on Friday.
Winding up the debate, Minister for ...
our correspondent
ISLAMABAD: President Mamnoon Hussain on Friday said that despondency and hopelessness would end by adopting realism. Addressing the Convocation 2015 of National University of Modern Languages (NUML) at Convention Centre, the president said students ...
our correspondent
BANNU: Federal Minister for Housing and Works Akram Khan Durrani on Friday alleged that his political rivals instead of the militants were behind the attack on him on Thursday.
Speaking at a press conference here, he said that those people who ...
our correspondent
PESHAWAR: The Hayatabad Students Federation on Friday expressed concern over the expulsion of students from hostels by the Peshawar Development Authority (PDA).
Addressing a press conference here, president of the federation Ghulam Rasool said ...

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif on Friday directed the National Highway Authority to upgrade the D.I.Khan-Mughal Kot-Zhob section of the N-50 to four-lane dual carriageway after negotiating funding from the Asian Development Bank ...

DUBAI: Paceman Chris Woakes held his nerve in the final over to give England a hard-fought three-run win in the second Twenty20 international over Pakistan in Dubai on Friday.
Woakes conceded just seven runs in the 20th over to restrict Pakistan ...
our correspondent
PESHAWAR: The Dispute Resolution Councils (DRCs) have become operational again after the vacation of stay by the Peshawar High Court (PHC).
The DRCs have successfully settled 413 petty disputes during the last month throughout the province and ...
our correspondent
SUKKUR: The 272nd Urs of the Sufi poet, Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai, began in Bhitshah town of district Matiari on Friday.
The Urs ceremony was inaugurated by Special Assistant to Sindh Chief Minister on Auqaf and Religious Affairs Dr Abdul Qayoom ...
our correspondent
PESHAWAR: An assistant sub-inspector was shot and wounded on Friday by unidentified attackers on the Kohat Road near the Government College of Technology.
Police said ASI Waris Khan of the Bhanamari Police Station was attacked by unidentified ...

Woman gives birth to triplets at hospital’s entrance
By our correspondent
SUKKUR: The race to get to the hospital became a race against time for an expectant mother in Shikarpur on Friday. When she embarked on her journey to the hospital in ...

Man kills father, mother over domestic dispute
From Our Correspondent
BAHAWALPUR: A man killed his father and mother over a domestic dispute at Green Town in Baghdadul Jadeed police limits on Friday.
Zaman allegedly gunned down his father ...

PTEA flays cut in gas supply to textile industry
From Our Correspondent
FAISALABAD: The Pakistan Textile Exporters Association has resented injudicious cut in gas supply quota for the textile industry, terming it an attempt to shatter the ...

Eight-year-old abducted labourer found dead
From Our Correspondent
FAISALABAD: An eight-year-old abducted labourer was found dead here.
The labourer of Saifabad was on way home from a factory when unidentified people abducted him about ...

No let-up in looting spree in Gujranwala
From Our Correspondent
GUJRANWALA: Locals were deprived of cash, vehicles and valuables in 16 strikes in different areas in Gujranwala on Friday.
In Wahndo area three robbers intercepted Shahzad and ...

362 panels of UCs chairman,
vice-chairman contesting in Jhang
From Our Correspondent
JHANG: Total 1,230,061 voters will cast their votes during the third phase of local government elections in the district on December 5.
According to ...

Votes recount upholds win
From Our Correspondent
MALAKWAL: Votes recount of ward No 11 Municipal Committee Malakwal Friday upheld win of an independent candidate.
Independent candidate Habib-ur-Rehman Bhatti defeated the PML-N candidate ...

Increase in UFG flayed
From Our Correspondents
MULTAN: The business community has flayed the decision of the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (Ogra) to pass on the burden of Rs 25 billion on to the legitimate end gas consumers by increasing ...

Rape-cum-murder of BSc student
CM takes notice, seeks report from IGP
From Our Correspondent
OKARA: Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has taken notice of the rape and murder of a BSc student and sought a report from the IGP.
Shazia, 20, a ...

Motorcyclist killed
From Our Correspondent
PAKPATTAN: A motorcyclist was killed on Friday.
Javed Dhadhi, a student of BA, of Chak 14/SP was going to his college on his motorcycle, when he reached near level-crossing of Chak 15/SP he fell ...

Valuables taken away
From Our Correspondent
TOBA TEK SINGH: Thieves stole cash and valuables from five shops on Painsara road in Gojra on Wednesday night.
Shopkeepers told police that thieves broke locks of their shops and took away cash, ...
our correspondent
MULTAN: The Kisan Board Pakistan (KBP) Friday rejected the Prime Minister’s farmers’ package and demanded Rs 50,000 per acre markup free agriculture loan for crop sowing. Addressing a farmer gathering at Lashkarpur locality, KBP central ...
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Mumtaz Qadri’s punishment upheld
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Christian heroes of 1965’s war and beyond
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