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PML-N Youth Wing: Splinter groups asked to eschew differences

Rawalpindi: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Youth Wing Central President and MNA Capt (retd) Safdar has asked all the five splinter groups of the youth wing Rawalpindi chapter to eschew differences and form a one unit. While taking notice of ... Online News Pakistan, 5 days ago

All-round Agha Safdar excels

KARACHI: Agha Safdar excelled with a solid all-round performance to guide Airport Gymkhana to a 10-wicket win over BYJ CC in their KCCA President Cup fixture at the KCCA Stadium here on Saturday. Safdar first returned figures of five for 12 as BYJ ...
 DAWN Group1 month ago
The Express Tribune

Accountability courts dispose of most high-profile corruption cases

Zardar­i, Sharif family exoner­ated in two cases, Raja Pervez Ashraf, others indict­ed. In the polo ground reference, Zardari was facing charges of illegally constructing a polo ground and other ancillary works at the Prime Minister's House ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago

Govt schools run sans facilities, teachers

TOBA TEK SINGH - A survey revealed that 60.7 percent of the money under the Faroogh-i-Taleem Fund was collected from students while the remaining 39.3 percent was provided by the government for public sector schools development and security ...
 The Nation Pakistan21 hours ago

PM For Fair Senate Polls

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif, Wednesday said that ensuring transparency in the upcoming Senate elections was a major priority of the government. "We want to stop horse trading and corruption and all political parties are being ...
 Financial Daily6 days ago

Police clueless about miscreants despite months

Rawalpindi - Police have so far failed to track down the miscreants who dropped threatening letters in the houses of two journalists in December last. The journalists were threatened for highlighting the bravery of a martyr of Pakistan Army in ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago
DAWN Group

Rusting anchor: The creation & mutation of a national ideology

For decades, certain sections of the Pakistani intelligentsia have been insisting on the importance of changing the country's national narrative (to better fight the social aspects of Pakistan's war against religious extremism). They are correct ...
 DAWN Group3 weeks ago
DAWN Group

Faisal leads Hawks into next round; Wolves, Wapda also qualify

KARACHI: Another match-winning century from Faisal Athar enabled Hyderabad Hawks sail into the triangular stage of the Haier President's Silver League One-day Cup with a four-wicket defeat of Quetta Bears in the last Group-I fixture at the Niaz ...
 DAWN Group1 month ago

Lawyers asked for arguments

ISLAMABAD (Online): Anti Terrorism Court (ATC) No 2 Islamabad has directed counsels for Pervez Musharraf to complete their arguments on petition seeking permanent exemption from attendance for former president on next hearing in judges detention ...
 Frontier Post1 month ago

Roads with potholes irk public

NOORPUR THAL Several roads included Jharkil Jara, Nikroo, Bambool, and Dhmak, Aino roads of Thal have become dilapidated with ditches almost everywhere due to alleged slackness of the concerning authorities concerned. These are the main roads of ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 month ago
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