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Two suspects admit to Soran's murder

MPA Soran, who was the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (K-P) chief minister's adviser on minority affairs, was shot dead in a targeted attack near Pir Baba, Buner on April 22. PHOTO: AFP BUNER: Two suspects arrested for the murder of PTI's Soran Singh have ... The Express Tribune, 19 hours ago

Opp unites on ToRs, splits on PM resignation

ISLAMABAD - The opposition parties yesterday struggled to become one unit against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, though they reached a consensus on the Terms of Reference (ToRs) seeking urgent and fair accountability over the Panama leaks scandal. ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 days ago

Sharif vows to quit if proven guilty

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said on Tuesday that he will quit office within minutes if corruption of a single penny was proved against him, and termed his Terms of References (ToRs) for inquiry commission on Panama Papers leaks very wide.
 The Gulf Today2 days ago
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Opposition meets to finalise joint TORs for Panama commission

The committee formed by the opposition parties convened a meeting on Tuesday to finalise joint Terms of References (TORs) against the government in Panama leaks matter. Representatives of different parties meet for the second time in two ...
 Pakistan Today3 days ago Panama leaks case: Opposition committee to finialise joint TORs today  Pakistan Today3 days ago Panama leaks: Opposition committee to finalise joint TORs today  Dunya News3 days ago Commission on Panama leaks: opposition demands legislation  Business Recorder3 days ago

Opposition seeks indiscriminate accountability against corrupt leaders: Shah Mehmood

Shah said that political parties would altogether take the issue to its logical conclusion. ISLAMABAD (Dunya News) Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Shah Mehmood Qureshi on Tuesday has stated that opposition is moving forward with consensus ...
 Dunya News3 days ago

Opp fails to reach consensus on PM's resignation

Seven out of 9 Opp parties agree on the demand for resignation but QWP and ANP hold out Govt mulls proposal to summon NA session next week, get its own TORs approved The opposition parties on Monday unanimously called for probing Prime Minister ...
 Pakistan Today4 days ago

Ugly All Around: General Dostum Barred from Visiting the United States

The New York Times reports that the United States has refused a visa to Dostum, who planned to address the United Nations in New York, on fighting drug trafficking. As first vice president of Afghanistan , Abdul Rashid Dostum is the ...
 Daily Kos1 week ago

Upgrade: Multan to get new sewer lines

The commis­sioner direct­ed the Wasa author­ities to utilis­e GPR to conser­ve energy and resour­ces MULTAN: A master plan for replacement of sewer lines in Multan has been prepared, Water and Sanitation Agency Director Waseem Bajwa said ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago

Gallantry awards conferred upon 47 : 14 scientists, 25 engineers, 10 academics and five journalists given civil awards

LAHORE: Ten educationists, 14 scientists, 25 engineers and six journalists were among 163 people who were given civil awards in recognition of their services, on Pakistan Day on Wednesday. The president and governors gave away these awards at ...
 Daily Times1 month ago President to confer Pakistan Civil Awards  SAMAA TV1 month ago
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