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20 killed as floods hit van carrying wedding party in Pakistan
Deccan Chronicle

20 die as floods hit van with wedding party in Pak

Peshawar: At least 20 people, including children and women, were killed today when flash floods swept away a van carrying a marriage party in Press Trust of India, 52 minutes ago
Pakistan: Flash floods claim close to 40 lives catchnews.com, 3 weeks ago

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The Nation Pakistan, 3 days ago
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Oneindia, 1 week ago
Pakistan Today, 15 hours ago
The Express Tribune, 1 month ago
The Nation Pakistan, 1 week ago
Radio Pakistan, 5 days ago

Bhutto's PPP files petition seeking disqualification of PM Sharif

The Pakistan People's Party (PPP) has filed a petition with the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) seeking disqualification of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his four relatives from the National Assembly for not fulfilling requirements under ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Election Commission to hear petitions seeking PM Sharif's disqualification  Sify1 hour ago PAT files petition seeking PM Sharif's disqualification  Sify4 weeks ago Pak opposition seeks disqualification of Sharif  Business Standard1 month ago
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15 wedding party members killed in Pakistan after floods hit

PESHAWAR, Pakistan -- A government official says flash floods triggered by monsoon rains have swept away a bus carrying a wedding party in northwest Pakistan, killing 15 people. The local administration official Iqbal Khan says several passengers ...
 CTV News59 minutes ago Pakistan: 15 people killed as bus swept away by flood  News on Air2 hours ago 15 dead as floods hit bus carrying wedding party in Pakistan  FOXNews.com4 hours ago Flood swept away wedding bus in Pakistan: 15 killed  News.am1 hour ago
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Murad Ali Shah new Chief Minister of Pakistan's Sindh

Karachi, July 29 (IANS) Syed Murad Ali Shah, of the Pakistan Peoples Party, was on Friday elected as the new Sindh Chief Minister, replacing the elderly Syed Qaim Ali Shah, who was midway through his third term but had resigned earlier this week on ...
 Yahoo! India20 hours ago Bilawal condemns Larkana blast  Khyber News1 hour ago Sindh CM extends special powers of Rangers  Pakistan Today4 hours ago Bilawal concerned over kidnapping of children  Pakistan Observer1 day ago
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The Nation Pakistan

´╗┐Murad, Khurram file nominations

Home ┬╗ Karachi Karachi: Ex-finance minister of Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah of Pakistan Peoples Party Parliamentarian (PPPP) and Khuram Sher Zaman of Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf (PTI) have filed nomination papers for election of chief minister of Sindh, ...
 Pakistan Press International23 hours ago No conflict within Pakistan People's Party: Qaim  Pakistan Observer3 days ago I bow down before the party decisions', says Qaim  The Nation Pakistan3 days ago Not leaving politics, PPP: Qaim  SAMAA TV2 days ago
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Founding members stay away from PDP's foundation day celebrations

Srinagar, July 28: On the 17th foundation day celebrations of the Peoples Democratic Party on Thursday, some of the main founding members of PDP including Member Parliament, Muzaffar Hussain Beg and Tariq Hameed Karra stayed away from the event held ...
 Kashmir Observer1 day ago PPP founding members, Lahore (1967)  The Friday Times1 day ago
News18.com

PoK Burns over Rigged Election, Nawaz Sharif's Party & ISI Blamed

Pakistan-occupied Kashmir is up in arms after elections held on July 21 were allegedly rigged in favour of Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's Pakistan Muslim League. The rigged polls made PML-N the clear winner with them securing 32 out of 41 ...
 News18.com2 days ago PoK burns, as protests breakout against rigged elections; Nawaz Sharif's party and ISI blamed  Financial Express3 days ago PoK burns over rigged election claims; Sharif & ISI blamed  MSN News US1 day ago
Siasat Daily

Party meets today to pick new Sindh CM

KARACHI: The Pakistan People's Party (PPP) will meet here on Tuesday (today) to formally announce the name of the new Sindh chief minister. According to the party sources, Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah will formally tender his ...
 Daily Times3 days ago Pakistan Peoples Party to announce next Sindh CM today  Yahoo! India4 days ago
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Oneindia

Pakistan's ruling party PML-N sweeps Pak-occupied Kashmir polls

Lahore, July 22: Pakistan's ruling party PML-N has swept the Pakistan occupied Kashmir's (PoK) legislative assembly elections, bagging 30 of 41 directly elected seats, with a two-thirds majority to form the new government. Prime Minister Nawaz ...
 Oneindia1 week ago Pakistan's ruling PML-N sweeps PoK polls  Firstpost.com1 week ago Pakistan's PML-N party sweeps PoK assembly polls  Economic Times1 week ago PML-N sweeps assembly polls in Pakistan occupied Kashmir  Zee News1 week ago

Pak asks Nobel committee to consider Edhi for peace prize

Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) leader Syed Khurshid Shah has made the first official effort to nominate deceased humanitarian and philanthropist Abdul Sattar Edhi for the Nobel Peace Prize.Shah has written to the Nobel Committee in Norway with a ...
 Business Standard5 days ago
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