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Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi Thinks Beef Is Banned Across India, Wants You To Go To Pakistan For It

Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi Thinks Beef Is Banned Across India, Wants ...

By IANS Posted on May 22, 2015 513 Shares Minister of state for parliamentary affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Thursday justified ban on cow slaughter and asked all those who want to eat beef to go to Pakistan. "It is not about loss or ... Indiatimes, 2 days ago

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Narendra Modi seeks to improve relations with Pakistan via cricket

4 Min ago The parliamentary party also commended Modi for his achievements during the past one year in office and a resolution was passed in this regard, the source said. Subscribe to Our Weekly Newsletter Viewed 2 times SHARE THIS TWEET ...
 India Online.in1 week ago PCB Boss Shahryar Khan Awaits Indian Government Nod for India-Pakistan Bilateral Cricket Series  NDTV1 week ago Modi govt willing, Indo-Pak cricket ties may resume  Economic Times1 week ago Modi wishes to improve relations with Pakistan through cricket diplomacy  Qatar Peninsula1 week ago

PTI Asks Parliamentarians To Suggest Reforms

ISLAMABAD The Parliamentary committee of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf has held a meeting, seeking the suggestions for electoral reforms. Dr. Arif Alvi said that the PTI had consulted different parties in the parliament to hold the returning ...
 The News Tribe1 week ago Election reforms body closer to completing its work  The Nation Pakistan4 days ago

Pakistan decides to remain neutral in Yemen conflict

Islamabad, April 10: Pakistan parliament has decided to remain neutral in connection with ongoing Yemen conflict. The decision was taken on the day five of the joint parliamentary session on Friday. "Lawmakers approved a draft resolution proposing that ...
 One India1 month ago Pakistan: Neutrality in Yemen and Arabian displeasure  Observer India6 days ago Can Pakistan afford to antagonise the Gulf kingdom?  Rediff.com1 month ago

Parliament Live: We'll get Dawood Ibrahim back from Pakistan, says Rajnath Singh

May 11, 2015 11:52 (IST) Rajnath addresses LS over Dawood issue Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh addressed the Lok Sabha today over the issue of Dawood Ibrahim. "Pakistan was given all relevant documents on Dawood Ibrahim ...
 Firstpost.com2 weeks ago Dawood Ibrahim is indeed in Pakistan, insists India  Deccan Chronicle1 week ago Dawood Ibrahim in Pakistan, says Rajnath Singh , as envoy denies it  Asian Age1 week ago Will reveal every thing about Dawood in LS : Rajnath Singh  NetIndia123.com2 weeks ago

'Pakistan cyber bill threatens free speech, privacy'

ISLAMABAD: International rights organisations including Human Rights Watch today urged Pakistan's parliament to reject a proposed cybercrime bill which they said threatened freedom of expression and privacy. The Prevention of Electronic Crimes Act 2015, which ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Pakistanis rally after women barred from voting in local poll  UCAN India1 week ago

Sharif summons meeting on Senate polls

Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif Friday convened a meeting of parliamentary leaders to discuss how to make Senate elections transparent, media reported.The government has drafted an amendment bill to bring crucial changes to the constitution in a bid to ...
 Prokerala2 months ago CPEC: more transparency needed  DAWN Group1 week ago Addressing a meeting of Parliamentary leaders, Nawaz Sharif says we have always taken the Parliament into confidence on national issues.  Radio Pakistan1 week ago PM Nawaz chairs meeting of parliamentary leaders to discuss CPEC  Dunya News1 week ago

Pakistan 'not in a hurry' to join Saudi-led coalition: Nawaz Sharif

today said his government is "not in a hurry" to join the Saudi-led coalition fighting rebels in Yemen, as he sought parliamentary backing for any decision to send troops. The joint session of the National Assembly and the Senate started yesterday to discuss ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Pak PM says 'no hurry' to decide on joining coalition  Himalayan times1 month ago Pak 'not in a hurry' to join Saudi-led coalition, says Nawaz Sharif  Zee News1 month ago Pak 'not in a hurry' to join Saudi-led coalition: Sharif  Business Standard1 month ago

Pakistan MP slams UAE over Yemen criticism

Islamabad on Sunday hit out at the United Arab Emirates for condemning a parliamentary vote by Pakistani lawmakers to stay out of the conflict in Yemen, in a rare display of discord between the two allies. Pakistan’s Parliament on Friday passed a unanimous ...
 Asian Age1 month ago Pakistan, UAE spar over Yemen conflict  Business Standard1 month ago

Yemen conflict: Pak lawmakers propose country should 'stand shoulder to shoulder with Saudi Arabia'

Pakistani lawmakers have proposed, approving a draft resolution on day five of the joint parliamentary session on Yemen, that Pakistan "should maintain neutrality in the conflict" and "stand shoulder to shoulder with Saudi Arabia" to play a proactive ...
 Sify1 month ago Pakistan to 'stand shoulder to shoulder' with Saudi Arabia  Prokerala1 month ago
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