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Pakistani Taliban's Punjab wing to give up arms
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Taliban Group Drops Arms, Shifts to Charity

PESHAWAR The Punjab chapter of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), widely known as the Punjabi Taliban, has renounced military work in Pakistan, vowing to continue with preaching and charity work to help people in flood-hit areas of the country. ... IslamOnline NET, 13 hours ago

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Pakistan court orders filing of murder case against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif

A Pakistani court today ordered the registration of a murder case against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, his brother and Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif and 19 others for their alleged role in the killing of 14 supporters of fiery anti-government cleric ...
 Daily Bhaskar2 weeks ago Murder charges filed against Pakistan PM  Sify2 weeks ago Murder case registered against Pakistani PM, 20 others  Sify2 weeks ago Pak govt agrees to Qadri's demand of FIR against Sharif  Sify2 weeks ago

Pigeon farming becomes popular in border village

The 'pigeon farming' is gaining popularity among the youth in Punjab's Dauke village, which lies at the India-Pakistan border. This village located near Attari Sector is surrounded on three sides by borders of barbed wire. Pigeon coops on the ...
 NetIndia123.com20 hours ago

Boat capsizes in flood-hit Pakistan's Punjab province, 18 people killed

Lahore: Severe flooding overturned a boat carrying a marriage party in Pakistan's Punjab province leaving at least 18 dead, including the bridegroom, even as swelling waters continued to wreak havoc in the country affecting over two million people. ...
 India TV1 day ago Pak Floods: 18 Die as Wedding Boat Capsizes  Outlook India1 day ago 18 killed as wedding party washed away in boat tragedy  Business Standard India1 day ago

Boat carrying wedding party sinks in Pakistan flood, killing 18

Severe flooding sank a boat carrying a wedding party in Pakistan's Punjab province on Sunday, killing the bridegroom and 17 others, officials said. Senior police officer Mian Tanvir from the nearby city of Multan said the army-run boat carrying ...
 Emirates2471 day ago Groom among dead after floods capsize wedding boat in Pakistan's Punjab province  7 Days in Dubai1 day ago Wedding party boat sinks in Pakistan killing 18  Emirates Business 24/71 day ago Pakistan flood sinks boat carrying wedding party  Miami Herald1 day ago
Sunday Independent

Flood-hit Pakistan evacuates thousand ...

Reuters A flood victim wades through a flooded field following heavy rain in Jhang, Punjab province, on September 11, 2014. Picture: Zohra Bensemra Islamabad - Officials say Pakistani troops with helicopters and boats have evacuated another 4 ...
 Sunday Independent4 days ago Anger mounts in Indian Kashmir after worst flood in over a century  Malaysian Insider2 days ago Malaysians among hundreds of thousands still stranded in killer Kashmir floods  Malaysian Insider2 days ago Pakistan soldiers rush to protect cities from floods  Qatar Peninsula4 days ago

CM Badal want Narendra Modi to raise with Nawaz Sharif the issue of Security of Sikhs in Pakistan

Chandigarh/ Punjab: Expressing concerns regarding security of Sikhs living in Pakistan, the Punjab CM Parkash Singh Badal today urged Indian PM Narendra Modi to take up the issue with his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif.
 Sikh Siyasat Online3 days ago Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal asks PM Narendra Modi to ensure safety of Sikhs in Pakistan  Economic Times3 days ago Punjab CM urges PM to take up state Sikhs security issue  NetIndia123.com3 days ago Badal asks PM to ensure safety of Sikhs in Pak  Press Trust of India3 days ago
Canadian Underwriter

461 dead as monsoon rains swamp Punjab and Kashmir

Pakistani troops used helicopters and boats to evacuate thousands of marooned people from the country's plains where raging monsoon floods inundated more villages yesterday. In neighbouring India, the military dropped food for hundreds of ...
 Morning Star Online4 days ago Scores evacuated as floods hit plains  Saudi Gazette4 days ago Flood-related deaths exceed 461 in India, Pakistan  Canadian Underwriter4 days ago 13:12Thousands of marooned villagers evacuated amid Pakistan floods  Irish Independent4 days ago
Press TV

At Srinagar Children's Hospital, the Immense Tragedy of 11 Babies

The Pakistani military stepped up rescue efforts as floods wreaked havoc in more districts of the country's eastern Punjab province, affecting 1.9 million people and leaving hundreds of thousands homeless.The severe monsoon floods, which began on ...
 Independent Television Network2 days ago Rescue op. expands in Pakistan, India  Press TV2 days ago Pakistani troops expand rescue in flood-hit areas  Sify3 days ago Pakistani troops evacuate 4,000 more people as flood death toll hits 461 in Pakistan and India  Globe and Mail4 days ago

Pakistan parties demand Punjab CM resignation

Some 50 political parties and religious groups on Sunday demanded resignation of Punjab chief minister Shahbaz Sharif for his alleged role in the killing of several supporters of an influential Canada-based Pakistani cleric who recently returned home. On ...
 Asian Age2 months ago Help flood affectees, CM to marchers  The Nation Pakistan2 days ago
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