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  • World should not ignore abuses of human rights in Occupied Kashmir: Stuttgart Kashmir conference
    STUTTGART: The Kashmiri and German human rights activists, addressing an international conference, called upon the world not to ignore the abuses committed by the India armed forces in the Occupied Kashmir. Rights leaders, including Karl-Christian Hausmann of UPF, Ms Patricia associated with a German Human Rights organization, Dr Ishaq and... Read more »
  • Altaf Hussain asks Modi for asylum, financial help
    LONDON: Muttahida Qaumi Movement leader Altaf Hussain has requested Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for help by giving asylum and financial help to him and his companions.In his first ever public speech after the police relaxed his bail conditions, the MQM leader has turned towards the Indian prime minister and... Read more »
  • Interior ministry to remove Nawaz's name from ECL after receiving copy of order
    ISLAMABAD: The interior ministry said on Saturday that it would remove Nawaz Sharif's name from the Exit Control List after it received a verified copy of the Lahore High Court's (LHC) order. READ MORE: LHC orders federal govt to remove Nawaz Sharif's name from ECLThe interior ministry said that it was waiting... Read more »
  • Nawaz to be admitted to US hospital after initial treatment: sources
    LAHORE: Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif will be shifted to s hospital in the United States after he is initially treated in the United Kingdom (UK), sources told Geo News, on Saturday. Sources told Geo News that the former prime minister will most likely fly out of the country on Monday... Read more »
  • Fleet operators vow not to allow overloading on vehicles
    The Fleet Operators Association of Pakistan (FOAP) have vowed to abide by the National Highways Safety Ordinance 2000 by ensuring not to overload their vehicles. In a press released issued by the FOAP, it was stated that in a meeting by fleet operators it was decided to abide by the... Read more »
  • Poor Pakistan preparation will hurt tourists in Australia Test series
    Pakistan’s hopes of upsetting hosts Australia in their upcoming two-match Test series have been seriously undermined by their poor preparation schedule, former Test batsman Dean Jones believes. The tourists have played three Twenty20s, a day-night tour match against Australia ‘A’ and a two-day contest against a Cricket Australia XI since arriving... Read more »
  • Shehbaz reacts to LHC's decision allowing Nawaz to go abroad
    Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) President Shehbaz Sharif on Saturday appreciated the Lahore High Court's (LHC) verdict allowing Nawaz Sharif to go abroad for medical treatment. Speaking to media, Shehbaz thanked the nation and his lawyers after the LHC issued directives to the government to remove former prime minister Nawaz Sharif's name... Read more »
  • Gunmen fire on buses carrying Muslim Sri Lankan voters
    Gunmen fired at buses carrying minority Muslim voters on Saturday as Sri Lankans elected a new president, with the powerful Rajapaksa clan eyeing a comeback seven months after the island was hit by extremist attacks. Minority Tamils and Muslims are seen as crucial in the close election, and Saturday's attack in... Read more »
  • Govt respects decision of the court: Firdous
    The government respects the decision of the court, said Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Information and Broadcasting Firdous Ashiq Awan, on Saturday. Firdous said that the government viewed the Lahore High Court's decision with respect and would give a response once the court issued its detailed verdict on the... Read more »
  • Nawaz Sharif’s name to be removed from ECL for four weeks
    The Lahore High Court (LHC) on Saturday permitted to remove former prime minister Nawaz Sharif's name from the Exit Control List without any conditions for a time period of four weeks. On Friday, the LHC called the plea admissible regarding the removal of former premier Nawaz Sharif’s name from the ECL... Read more »