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Stage is all set for by-polls in NA-149, Multan being held today. Neck on neck contest is being expected between Javed Hashmi and Amir Dogar. Hashmi is contesting the by-polls as independent candidate after saying goodbye to PTI. According to reports 285 polling stations and 770 polling booths have been set...

The PML-N government is continuously facing all sorts of crises due to the stubbornness attitude on the part of ministers and heavyweight bureaucrats. The killing of one Tahir on the third day of Eid ul Azha no doubt a challenge to ruling party to unearthed the facts and bring to the books to the murderers without taking into account their affiliation to any party. The...

The rangers Monday successfully foiled the terrorist bid to get release their colleagues imprisoned in Central jail Karachi. The terrorists were reportedly digging up tunnel and were only 50 metres away from the barracks where over 100 dangerous terrorist were locked up. The effective coordination between the intelligence agencies and timely action by the rangers has not...

Pakistan despite being a nuclear power never violated the ceasefire and always offered Indian government to resolve the core issue of Kashmir through negotiations. Islamabad held several dialogues with the previous Indian governments to resolve the conflict through talks on the ground that peace can not be achieved in the region without the resolution of Kashmir issue....

Shah Mhemood Qureshi, Vice Chairman PTI Saturday rejected initial police report that termed Multan’s tragic incident as a ‘coincidence. He blamed district administration for deaths of seven people during stampede at PTI rally arguing that venue of PTI rally was changed under a well-thought-out plan. Supporting his stance, he disclosed that ladder through which Imran...

The latest unprovoked violations of ceasefire by the Indian Border Security Forces (BSF) that started on the auspicious and festive occasion of Eidul Azha continued till date. So far due to unprovoked firing and shelling across the LoC and the Working Boundary by the BSF targeting innocent and unarmed civilians have left 13 people including women and 9-month-old boy dead,...

A case has been registered against Syed Abdul Qadir Gilani, son of former prime minister Yousaf Raza Gilani, and his guards after they allegedly killed a student in Lahore. The victim, Tahir Malik, and his brother Waheed, were going to a relative’s house on their bike to distribute sacrificial meat, when they came across Qadir Gilani’s motorcade. Waheed in his statement...

Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) workers on Thursday stormed the hotel in Multan where Awami Muslim League (AML) chief Sheikh Rasheed was due to address a press conference and raised anti-Imran and anti-Sheikh Rasheed slogans. N League workers also threw stones, rotten eggs at the building and tore down Sheikh Rasheed’s campaign posters. A number of PML-N workers...

For the past several years, Islamabad has fought an unrelenting war against terrorism planted on its soil. The war incurred huge costs in human life and resources in war on terror. Pakistan being a frontline state in global war on terror is the only country that had rendered matchless sacrifices. Thousands of Pakistan’s armed forces, law enforcement agencies personnel...

Like Eid-ul- Fitr, the celebration of Eid-ul-Azha involves some unpleasant events that are usually experienced by the general public. The masses are all set to celebrate Eid ul Azha. The PTI and the PTI has decided to mark the festival at the D Chowk,. PAT Chief has permitted his activists to go to their native towns and after celebration, return back to same venue. The...

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