India Moves International Court Of Justice Against Jadhav’s Conviction

India Moves International Court Of Justice Against Jadhav’s Conviction

India has moved the International Court of Justice (ICJ) against Pakistan, accusing the latter of violating the Vienna Convention in the case of Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav, who was handed a death sentence by a Field General Court Martial (FGCM) last month. In an application filed in the ICJ Monday,...

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Pak-Iran Border Commission Formed To Work On Outstanding Issues, Sartaj Aziz Says

Pak-Iran Border Commission Formed To Work On Outstanding Issues, Sartaj Aziz Says

The prime minister’s adviser on foreign affairs, Sartaj Aziz, on Wednesday said a Pak-Iran border commission has been formed and will hold its first meeting within a month. He said the commission will comprise four members from each country. Pakistan and Iran had agreed last week to constitute an operational...

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4 ‘Hardcore Terrorists’ Convicted By Military Courts Hanged: ISPR

4 ‘Hardcore Terrorists’ Convicted By Military Courts Hanged: ISPR

Four “hardcore terrorists” sentenced by military courts were executed on Wednesday, a statement released by Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the Army’s public relations wing, said. The ISPR said the convicted terrorists were involved in heinous offences, including terrorism, the killing of innocent civilians, attacking a mosque, destruction of communication infrastructure...

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SC Questions Lack Of Action Against Illegal Construction In Bani Gala

SC Questions Lack Of Action Against Illegal Construction In Bani Gala

A three-judge bench of the Supreme Court, headed by Chief Justice Mian Saqib Nisar, continued hearing the suo moto notice regarding illegal development of land in the Bani Gala area. The case had been brought to the court’s notice by Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan. On Wednesday, highlighting what...

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Molana Tariq Jameel offloaded from Canada bound Flight

Molana Tariq Jameel offloaded from Canada bound Flight

Famous preacher and scholar on religious affairs, Molana Tariq Jameel was offloaded from a Toronto bound flight at Dubai International airport. The scholar was accompanied by Pakistani cricketing star Shahid Khan Afridi. It has been learnt that the scholar was offloaded by Canadian officials. The reasons are yet unknown. This...

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India Petitions ICJ For Stay In Kulbhushan Jadhav’s Death Sentence

India Petitions ICJ For Stay In Kulbhushan Jadhav’s Death Sentence

India has moved the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to stay the death sentence handed to self-confessed Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav by a military court in Pakistan. According to a statement issued by ICJ on Tuesday, India filed a petition with the court urging it to suspend Jadhav’s sentence and...

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SBP, Iranian Counterpart Come Up With Transaction Settlement Mechanism

SBP, Iranian Counterpart Come Up With Transaction Settlement Mechanism

The central banks of Pakistan and Iran have finally devised a detailed mechanism to settle trade transactions between the two countries through banking channels.

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JIT Examines SC Verdict In Panama Papers Case

JIT Examines SC Verdict In Panama Papers Case

ISLAMABAD: The multi-agency joint investigation team (JIT), constituted to probe allegations against the prime minister and his children stemming from the Panama Papers, held another meeting in the Federal Judicial Academy here on Tuesday. Sources said that the team examined the detailed judgement issued by the Supreme Court in the...

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PIA Pilot Faces Inquiry For Allowing Passenger In Cockpit

PIA Pilot Faces Inquiry For Allowing Passenger In Cockpit

KARACHI: With two inquiries against Pakistan International Airlines pilots under way, the national flag carrier initiated a third inquiry against one of its pilots on Tuesday after some television channels aired a video of a passenger entering and exiting the cockpit of a PIA aircraft. The video shows footage from...

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Federal Govt Concedes Provinces’ Right To Produce Power

Federal Govt Concedes Provinces’ Right To Produce Power

ISLAMABAD: In return for greater control of the National Electric Power Regu­latory Authority under an amended Nepra law, the federal government conceded on Tuesday that the right to generate electricity, transmit and distribute it be devolved to the provinces. The agreement was reached at a meeting presided over by Water...

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