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JI seeks military courts within constitutional framework

ISLAMABAD: Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) leader Farid Paracha said that military courts should be set up within ambit of the Constitution. Speaking to media persons outside the Parliament House on Wednesday, Paracha said that his party was not against the ... SAMAA TV, 5 days ago
Daily Times

138th Quaid Day observed with special ceremonies

LAHORE: Lahories observed the 138th birth anniversary of Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah on Thursday. Seminars and cake-cutting ceremonies were held in different sectors along with citizens, who also arranged ceremonies at their houses and ...
 Daily Times3 days ago

Special trial courts will be set up under army officers for two years :PM

BY IFTIKHAR MASHWANI ISLAMABAD: Announcing the counter-terrorism strategy, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said special trial courts will be set up under army officers for a period of two years to curb the menace of terrorism. Addressing the nation ...
 World Tribune Pakistan4 days ago
Pakistan Today

Lawmakers agree on obvious, leave rest to bosses

Parliamentary committee approves 18 recommendations for ATNAP, including speedy trial of terrorists and formation of special swift action force Differences persist over setting up of military courts and madrassa reforms The parliamentary ...
 Pakistan Today5 days ago
Pakistan Today

Working group proposes 21 special anti-terror courts

Working group wants special courts to decide terrorism cases in seven days Recommends funds allocation for NACTA to pool intelligence and enhance coordination The working group tasked to come up with recommendations for an Anti-Terrorism ...
 Pakistan Today6 days ago Civil, military leadership unites to counter terrorism  Pakistan Today1 week ago Formation of counter-terror working group under consideration  DAWN Group1 week ago Action Plan Committee mulls over setting up Special Anti-terrorism Working Group  The News Tribe1 week ago

All steps to be taken for peace

ISLAMABAD (APP): Federal Minister for States and Frontier Regions (SAFRON), Lt.General (R), Abdul Qadir Baloch has said that present government will take all important steps to eliminate the menace of terrorism. He said that civil society, media, ...
 Frontier Post1 week ago

Committee urges govt to implement law against terrorism

Islamabad: The National Action Plan Committee against Terrorism has urged the government to strictly implement existing provisions of law against terrorism. The decision was taken at its meeting in Islamabad on Friday evening. The Interior ...
 Online News Pakistan1 week ago Political parties have nominated their representatives for the Committee.  Radio Pakistan1 week ago

Jamaat-e-Islami chief says Peshawar tragedy united the entire nation.

Jamaat-e-Islami chief Siraj-ul-Haq has said issues can be effectively resolved through supremacy of constitution and law. Talking to newsmen, he said Peshawar tragedy united the entire nation. He said Islam presents complete system of reward and ...
 Radio Pakistan1 week ago
Indian Express

The Lashkar project

LeT's jihadist credentials, Pakistan's military-led state now hopes, will win over the powerful Islamist constituency in Punjab and Pakistan's northwest, for the state. He appeared on horseback before the iconic Minar-e-Pakistan in Lahore last ...
 Indian Express2 weeks ago
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