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Imran's childhood dream was becoming PM: Saad Rafique
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PM meets PML(N) Sindh office bearers

Home » Islamabad By Islamabad: Prime Minister Mohammad Nawaz Sharif met Federal Minister for Railways, Khawaja Saad Rafique and PML (N) Sindh office bearers Mr. Nehal Hashmi, Mr. Shah Mohammad Shah, Mr. Ismail Rahu and Mr. Saleem Zia at the PM's ... Pakistan Press International, 1 month ago
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The Nation Pakistan

Minister for Water and Power says PM Nawaz Sharif himself is monitoring the programme to end loadshedding till 2017.

Minister for Water and Power Khawaja Muhammad Asif has said that government had chalked out a comprehensive plan to end load shedding. Addressing a function in Sialkot, the Minister said that government would be able to end load shedding from the ...
 Radio Pakistan3 weeks ago Punjab okays Sialkot-Lahore Expressway  The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago Govt to end loadshedding by next polls: Kh. Asif  Online News Pakistan3 weeks ago Government to end load shedding by next polls: Kh. Asif  The Nation Pakistan3 weeks ago
The Freepress Journal

Whosoever humiliates Army, judiciary to be disqualified, says SC

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif Disqualification Case ISLAMABAD: Acting Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Justice Jawwad S Khawaja has remarked whosoever degrades judiciary or army will be disqualified. A 3-member bench of SC headed by acting CJP ...
 Financial Daily1 month ago Case of sharif disqualification referred to Chief Justice  The Statesman1 month ago Pak court refers PM's disqualification case to Chief Justice  Business Standard India1 month ago PM's disqualification case: Supreme Court refers petition to chief justice  The Express Tribune1 month ago
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Business Standard India

Pakistan, India can resolve their disputes through dialogue: Khawaja Asif

added that soon after assuming office, PM Sharif expressed his desire for peace with India Press Trust of India | Islamabad November 25, 2014 Last Updated at 14:10 IST Pakistan and India can resolve their disputes through dialogue and they should ...
 Business Standard India3 weeks ago Khawaja critical of US, hopes of resolve with India through talks  Pakistan Today3 weeks ago Indo-Pak disputes can be resolved through dialogue: Khawaja Asif  DAWN Group3 weeks ago Defence Minister says the process of unprovoked firing by Indian forces is not good for peace.  Radio Pakistan3 weeks ago
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Frontier Post

PM Nawaz orders 46 paisa/unit cut in Oct electricity tariff

ISLAMABAD (Monitoring Desk) Following the orders of Prime Minister (PM) Nawaz Sharif, Minister for Water and Power Khawaja Asif on Saturday has recommended the reduction of 46 paisa per unit in October s electricity tariff. According to ministry of ...
 Frontier Post1 month ago

Peace in Afghanistan imperative for peace, Pakistani Defence Minister Khawaja Asif says

Home News Article N Nov 25 2014 Related Sharif upbeat on Saudi-Pak ties Pakistan forms committee on missing persons Tuesday, Nov 25, 2014 Islamabad: Peace and stability in Afghanistan is imperative for peace in the whole region, Pakistani Defence ...
 Zawya.com3 weeks ago
Oneindia

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif chaired a meeting in Islamabad to review counter terrorism strategy in the aftermath of Peshawar school attack.

Federal Ministers Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, Ishaq Dar and Abdul Qadir Baloch attended the meeting. The meeting that lasted for four hours was also attended by special assistants to the Prime Minister Khawaja Zaheer, barrister Zafarullah and the ...
 Pakistan TV7 hours ago Govt not to differentiate between terrorists, their supporters: PM  SAMAA TV10 hours ago Terrorists will be hunted down in Pakistan: Nawaz Sharif  Oneindia10 hours ago Terrorists hiding in cities, villages will be hunted down: PM Nawaz  DAWN Group13 hours ago
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India TV

Pakistani courts suspend seven execution orders (Roundup)

pended the execution of seven convicted terrorists citing various grounds even as Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif directed the country's attorney general to take legal steps to get such suspension orders revoked. The Lahore High Court's (LHC) Rawalpindi ...
 Business Standard India9 hours ago
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Pakistan Observer

PM for load management to improve power supply

- IslamabadPrime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif Tuesday tasked the Cabinet Committee on Energy to devise a comprehensive load management mechanism to improve electricity supply by the summer of 2015. The Prime Minister was chairing 5th meeting of ...
 Pakistan Observer5 days ago PM for improving power supply by 15  The Nation Pakistan5 days ago Body formed to examine power over-billing issue  Financial Daily1 month ago
The Nation Pakistan

Businesspeople hail cut in power tariff

December 15, 2014 The business community of South Punjab here on Sunday hailed Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's announcement about Rs 2.32 per unit reduction in the electricity tariff and further reduction in the prices of POL products. ...
 Business Recorder1 week ago Gas supply for eight hours/day: traders of South Punjab hail Prime Minister's decision  Business Recorder1 week ago Govt urged to press K-Electric for cut in power tariff  The Nation Pakistan6 days ago
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