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Dr Shakil Afridi case: Khyber PA fails to provide FATA Tribunal record
The Express Tribune

Dr Shakil case adjourned again

PESHAWAR: The Federally Administered Tribal Areas (Fata) Tribunal on Thursday once again sought record of the Dr Shakil Afridi conviction case from the Khyber Agency political agent. The tribunal comprising chairman Sange Marjan Khan and member ... DAWN Group, 1 month ago

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The Express Tribune, 1 month ago

The end of polio

An Afghan health worker administers polio vaccine drops to a child on the second day of a vaccination campaign in Kabul. SHAH MARAI/AFP/) On 11th August 2014, the last ever case of polio in Africa was reported in Somalia. After a three ...
 Prospect1 week ago Boycott polio vaccine, say Kenya's Catholic bishops  Christian Today1 month ago
The Express Tribune

Crackdown: British Council among NGOs facing licence cancellation

SECP begins servin­g notice­s to 23 aid groups that failed to file audite­d accoun­ts SECP begins serving notices to 23 aid groups that failed to file audited accounts. PHOTO: AFP/FILE ISLAMABAD: The Securities and Exchange Commission ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago

Trade associations to protest against withholding tax

F.P. Report PESHAWAR: The office bearers of all trade associations of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa have announced staging protest from 1st August against the federal and provincial governments for imposition of 0.3percent withholding tax on transaction of ...
 Frontier Post1 month ago

The silence of Aafia Siddiqui

It has been almost a year since anyone has heard from Aafia Siddiqui, the Pakistani neuroscientist, dubbed by some as "Lady al-Qaeda", who is incarcerated at a prison medical centre in the US state of Texas. Siddiqui was arrested in Afghanistan in ...
 Yahoo! Maktoob News1 month ago

US screening on foreign projects roils aid groups

A new US federal screening program designed to ferret out possible terrorists working for government-backed non-profit organizations is drawing sharp criticism from groups that say that the vetting is overly intrusive, undermines their mission and ...
 Taipei Times Online1 month ago
DAWN Group

Ministry's credibility

Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar's answer to a call attention notice in the Senate to explain the case of the International Non-Government Organisation (INGO) Save the Children has left us no wiser. The minister earlier had laid allegations against ...
 Daily Times1 month ago Nisar vows to resist foreign pressure over INGO issue  DAWN Group1 month ago Pakistan interior minister vows to resist foreign pressure over INGO issue  Asia News Network1 month ago
Deutsche Welle

Why Pakistan wants to rein in its civil society

If you think that civil society flourishes and grows under civilian rules, you might be mistaken. Pakistan's example tells an entirely different story. Whereas non-governmental organizations and human rights groups worked mostly freely during former ...
 Deutsche Welle2 months ago

Pakistan orders aid agency Save the Children to leave

The charity, which has been in Pakistan for over 35 years, has had run-ins with the government since 2011, when it was linked to Shakil Afridi, a Pakistani doctor recruited by the CIA to help in the hunt that led to the killing of Osama bin Laden in ...
 DNA2 months ago
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