NA Rejects PPP’s Bill For Inquiry Into Names Of Every Pakistani Named In Panama Papers

NA Rejects PPP’s Bill For Inquiry Into Names Of Every Pakistani Named In Panama Papers

A vast majority in the National Assembly on Tuesday rejected a PPP bill demanding an inquiry into every Pakistani named in the Panama Papers. Minister for Law Zahid Hamid strongly opposed the bill, tabled by Naveed Qamar, saying there is no need for such proceedings as the matter had already...

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PIA Crew Members Detained, Aircraft Searched By Authorities At London Heathrow Airport

PIA Crew Members Detained, Aircraft Searched By Authorities At London Heathrow Airport

British authorities on Monday “thoroughly searched” and detained the crew of a Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) flight after it landed at Heathrow Airport, PIA spokesperson Mashhood Tajwar said. Flight 785 from Islamabad to London arrived at Heathrow Airport at 2:50pm on Monday. Upon landing, as passengers disembarked, the flight crew...

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Maryam Nawaz Saved From Dawn Leaks Controversy?

Maryam Nawaz Saved From Dawn Leaks Controversy?

To the sheer dismay of numerous anti-government television channels and to the utter disgust of Premier Nawaz Sharif’s political opponents, the Pakistan Army has finally withdrawn their April 29 tweet that had rejected a government notification regarding the ‘Dawn Leaks,’ meaning thereby that the issue stands settled after implementation of...

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Chinese Tech Giant Alibaba Group Set To Enter Pakistan; Signs First MoU

Chinese Tech Giant Alibaba Group Set To Enter Pakistan; Signs First MoU

Pakistan on Tuesday signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Alibaba Group Holdings Limited to promote Pakistan’s worldwide exports by Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) through e-commerce. Alibaba Group’s Executive Chairman, Jack Ma and Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif witnessed the signing ceremony. Speaking at the headquarters of the e-commerce giant, the...

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We Should Be ashamed Of Atrocities In IoK, Accepts Indian Journalist

We Should Be ashamed Of Atrocities In IoK, Accepts Indian Journalist

Senior Indian journalist Prem Shankar Jha said on Monday said that the Indian government should be ashamed of its atrocities in Indian Occupied Kashmir. “Police rule won’t end Kashmiris fight for freedom,” he remarked while speaking on Geo News’ show, Capital Talk. He also added that about seven million Indian...

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London Properties: British Firm To Conduct Forensic Audit Of Documents

London Properties: British Firm To Conduct Forensic Audit Of Documents

The Joint Investigation Team tasked by the Supreme Court with probing the offshore financial assets of the Sharif family decided on Monday to hire the services of a UK-based firm for forensic audits to validate the information the ruling family would submit about its London properties. Bilal Rasool – who...

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Lal Masjid Cleric Announces Another Controversial Event

Lal Masjid Cleric Announces Another Controversial Event

Abdul Aziz, the controversial Lal Masjid cleric, has announced that there would be a public gathering at the mosque on July 7 to mark the 10th anniversary of the 2007 military operation there in which around 150 people were killed. The announcement came weeks after authorities had stopped the firebrand...

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Chinese Tech Giant Alibaba Group Set To Enter Pakistan; Signs First MoU

Chinese Tech Giant Alibaba Group Set To Enter Pakistan; Signs First MoU

Pakistan on Tuesday signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Alibaba Group Holdings Limited to promote Pakistan’s worldwide exports by Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) through e-commerce. Alibaba Group’s Executive Chairman, Jack Ma and Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif witnessed the signing ceremony. Speaking at the headquarters of the e-commerce giant, the...

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Mother Scolds Misbah ul Haq Over His ‘New Record’ In Last Innings

Mother Scolds Misbah ul Haq Over His ‘New Record’ In Last Innings

Misbah ul Haq, skipper of Pakistan test cricket team, set a new surprising record during his last innings while playing ongoing Pak-West Indies test series in Dominica, but his mother did not seem to be too happy about it and scolded him on a phone call. Talking to a private...

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Younis Khan’s Adivce To Yasir Shah Worked

Younis Khan’s Adivce To Yasir Shah Worked

Dominica bid farewell to two legends of the game in a most fitting manner, giving Younis Khan and Misbah-ul-Haq the most heart-stopping send-off possible. History beckoned time and again, torturing and teasing them. It made them wait, it made them wonder, it made them despair. But, with six balls left...

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