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Multan by-polls were 'bought', claims Saad Rafique
The Express Tribune

Imran doesn't trust his MNAs: Saad

ISLAMABAD: Federal Railways Minister Khawaja Saad Rafique said that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan was doing politics of ego and personal interests in Pakistan. Speaking to media persons after Qureshi's presser, Rafique said ... SAMAA TV, 1 day ago
Multan by-polls were 'bought', claims Saad Rafique The Express Tribune, 1 week ago
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Daily Messenger

Railways Minister says some of the PTI parliamentarians do not want to resign from the National Assembly.

Railways Minister Khawaja Saad Rafique says government's doors are still open for dialogue with the protesting Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf to strengthen the democracy in the country. Speaking on a TV channel, he said the PML-N wants continuity of ...
 Radio Pakistan3 hours ago Railways worker stops Saad Rafique vehicle  SAMAA TV1 week ago Pakistan doesn't want war with India  The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago We do not want war with India: Saad Rafiq  Daily Messenger2 weeks ago
Times of India

Indian hacker group defaces Pakistani railway website

"The Indian hackers also made the so-called claim that they loved Islam and Muslims but hated Pakistan," the report said.
 Times of India2 months ago
Daily Times

Afghan transit goods from Karachi port to Peshawar: Railways to run two trains weekly

October 31, 2014 Pakistan Railways has given green signal to the business community for lifting goods under the Afghanistan-Pakistan Transit Trade Agreement (APTTA) saying two trains per week would be operated from Karachi port to Peshawar. ...
 Business Recorder1 hour ago Railways offers support to Pak-Afghan traders : October 29, 2014, 9:06 pm  Daily Times1 day ago Pak-Afghan traders offered to start business through Pakistan Railways  Associated Press of Pakistan1 day ago Pakistan to review APTTA to woo transit trade back  Business Recorder5 days ago
The Express Tribune

'China keen to construct railway, energy pipelines in Pakistan'

October 31, 2014 China is giving serious thought to its active participation in construction of China-Pakistan Railway and energy pipelines, said Professor Gao Jianlong, a senior official of the Chinese government. While speaking at media ...
 Business Recorder1 hour ago China to provide $ 3.5 bln railway loan to Pakistan  Frontier Post1 week ago China to inject $3.5 billion into Pakistan Railways  The Gulf Today1 week ago China to provide $3.5bn railway loan to Pakistan  Daily Times1 week ago
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The Express Tribune

Saad, Sindh PML-N office-bearers meet Prime Minister

October 26, 2014 Minister for Railways Khawaja Saad Rafique and Office Bearers of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz Sindh called on Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in Islamabad on Saturday. They discussed overall political situation prevailing in the ...
 Business Recorder5 days ago They discuss overall political situation prevailing in the country.  Radio Pakistan5 days ago Fresh political forces: Nawaz appeals for PML-N unity in Sindh  The Express Tribune4 days ago ISLAMABAD - Saad, PML-N officebearers meet PM  The Nation Pakistan5 days ago

Fast train to cater to exporters' needs

October 25, 2014 Pakistan Railway is in a position to immediately start a fast train from Faisalabad subject to the provision of consolidated demand enabling Railways to arrange locomotives and other paraphernalia, said Rao Waqar Shahid, ...
 Business Recorder6 days ago
The Express Tribune

PPP rally at Karachi: Railways to run two trains on payment

October 17, 2014 Pakistan Railways (PR) has announced to provide on payment two special trains for PPP public meeting scheduled for October 18 at Karachi. PPP has made payments to the administration of the Pakistan Railways (PR) for these ...
 Business Recorder2 weeks ago PPP caravans block highway traffic  The Express Tribune1 week ago Licences for catering services in trains may be finalised today  DAWN Group2 weeks ago Mismanaged: Collision between passenger, freight train kills driver  The Express Tribune2 weeks ago
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Daily Messenger

Mosa Pak train to be restored

LAHORE - The Pakistan Railways administration has decided to restore Mosa Pak train between Lahore and Multan on October 19. The decision had been taken in a meeting held at Railways headquarter on Thursday. Railways Minister Khawaja Saad Rafique ...
 The Nation Pakistan3 weeks ago The Musa Pak Train will run between Multan and Lahore.  Radio Pakistan1 week ago Country can make progress only through power of vote: Saad  Daily Messenger1 week ago Foreign hand behind attacks on trains  The Nation Pakistan1 week ago
The Express Tribune

Railways and the NLC

Declin­e of Pakist­an Railwa­ys was a result of a number of factor­s, but the coinci­dence with the rise of NLC is tellin­g pervez.tahir@tribune.com.pk It is perhaps, for the first time that a parliamentary ...
 The Express Tribune2 weeks ago Pakistan : PAKISTAN RAILWAYS to procure 4000-plus horsepower locomotives [TendersInfo (India)]  TMC Net2 weeks ago On track: Pakistan Railways to acquire new locomotives  TMC Net2 weeks ago
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