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Thursday Oct 19, 2017, Muharram 28, 1439 Hijri
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APDM’s boycott

APDM’s call for boycotting the elections is having problems. Without the PPP, MLN and the MMA it will be a political nobody.


Emergency

The imposition of emergency announced by President General Pervez Musharraf in his capacity as Army Chief has put to rest the rumors circling around the country for the past few weeks.


Most dangerous country of the World

The cover of Newsweek’s last issue dubbing Pakistan as the most dangerous country in the world, not merely stunned Pakistanis but the entire world, which earlier considered Iraq and Afghanistan as the most dangerous states.


Attack on Benazir.

Charred body parts littered the road flanked by giant plums of fire wafting upward from several burning vehicles as two powerful blasts struck the specially modified lorry of the former Prime Minister of Pakistan, Benazir Bhutto upon her return from Du


North Waziristan Opration

People have started shifting to safer places from troubled area of North Waziristan following deadly fighting between security forces, and local Taliban during last five days.


The Judgment.

Following a nerve-shattering legal battle, Pakistan’s Supreme Court has allowed the country’s military ruler, General Pervez Musharraf to contest the presidential election in uniform, which is scheduled to be held on October 6.


Nawaz deported.

Former Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif, who at landed at Islamabad airport on Monday after a seven-year exile, was deported to Jeddah after a brief stay of five hours despite a Supreme Court judgment declaring that the former premier could not be barr


Return of the Sharif`s

Former prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has announced that he along with brother Shahbaz Sharif will return to Pakistan on September 10 and advised President General Pervez Musharraf to hand over power to the Senate chairman forthwith and go home.


Bravo

The landmark decision by the Supreme Court ruling against the government and allowing Nawaz Sharif to come back is yet another feather in the cap of the judiciary. The decision would not only change the course of the politics in the country but also re


Talking To Taliban

The Pak-Afghan Peace Jirga has agreed to form a mini Jirga for talks with Taliban and Hizb-e-Islami to coax them to play their role to restore peace to the war-stricken Afghanistan.


The deal

Secret talks between General Pervez Musharraf and former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto have entered the final phase.


Restoration of Chief Justice

A 134-day long judicial crisis that haunted the entire nation has come to an end as a 13-member bench of the Supreme Court reinstated the suspended Chief Justice Iftikhar Chaudry, and set aside the presidential reference against him.


Spate of suicide bombings

Pakistan has been under the grip of suicide bombings ever since the Lal Masjid saga ended . Since the July 10 operation against the Lal Masjid in which more then 80 people lost their lives, Nearly 200 people mostly Security Personnel have been killed w


Red Mosque Opration

The eight-day long “operation silence” has ended with the death of Maulana Abdul Rasheed Ghazi, and his 70 aides in addition to 8 security troops, including a lt. colonel and a captain.


All Parties Defiance

The two-day All Parties Conference (APC) concluded in London with a unanimous note asking General Pervez Musharraf to immediately resign to pave way for fair and free elections under a neutral caretaker government.


Disqualification References

The National Assembly speaker has sent two disqualification references against Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan to the Election Commission under article 62-63 of the constitution.


Palestinians Rarely Heard

One day after Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas formed an emergency government without rival Hamas, the US and EU have decided to normalize ties with the new cabinet and resume the frozen direct aid.


Ban On TV channels

Shaken by lawyers and opposition movement, President General Pervez Musharraf has imposed fresh curbs on the electronic media , sparking protests from journalists, politicians and human rights activists all over the country.


Karachi Massacre

The nation is still mourning what it is dubbed as the bloodiest state-sponsored violence in Karachi on May 12,


Blair`s Resignation

British Prime Minister Tony Blair, who had led the Labour Party to three smashing victories since 1997, has announced to step down on June 27 this year, almost two years before the end of his third term.


Bush Veto`s

President Bush has vetoed a congressional bill that sets a timetable for withdrawing American troops from Iraq contending that the pull out will pave the way for more terrorist attacks on US.


Brothels In Islamabad

Head of Jamia Hafsa,(Madarasa In Islamabad) Maulana Abdul Rasheed Ghazi has offered the women involved in the heinous business of prostitution, to abjure and he will arrange their marriages in noble families. He made this offer while announcing a Sharia


Peolsi`s Trip to AXE of Evil

Despite strong opposition of White House, the US Congress Speaker Nancy Peolsi visited Damascus in a bid what she termed to seek the solution of Iraq and Lebanon issues.


Confessions

The Pentagon claims that Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, commonly known as KSM, has admitted being responsible `from A to Z` for the 11 September 2001 attacks.


Non-Functional Chief Justice

Pakistan is politically boiling over the ouster of Chief Judge Iftikhar Chaudry, with court activities nationwide brought to a halt after lawyers boycotted court proceedings in protest.



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