20 April 2014

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  • http://despardes.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/Pervez-Musharraf2.jpgISLAMABAD: Former president Pervez Musharraf is expected to be transferred to Karachi today, citing sources All preparations have been completed for Musharraf's travel to Karachi, where he will undergo medical tests at PNS Shifa hospital, sources said.Stringent security measures have been taken for expected movement of the former military ruler from his Chak Shahzad residence in Islamabad to airport.

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PM will be arrested one day if PPO is passed in current form: Bilawal

KARACHI  Pakistan People’s Party (PPP)’s chairman, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has said that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will be arrested one day if the Protection of Pakistan Ordinance is passed in its present form.In a message on the micro blogging site Twitter, the PPP chief expressed the hope that Senate will do the right thing and will not let the Ordinance pass.Text of Bilawal’s tweet:If #PPO passes in its current form one day PM NS will be arrested using it. I hope the senate does

Blast in Jaffar Express at Sibi railway station kills 14

people were killed and more than 40 injured when a bomb hit a passenger train in Pakistan s southwestern Sibi district on Tuesday afternoon, officials said.Khawaja Saad Rafique, minister for Pakistan Railways, said that the explosion that hit a passenger train 10 minutes after it stopped at Sibi Railway station in Balochistan Province left 12 people killed and 20 others including women and kids injured.He said that investigations into the incident are underway, however, it seems

Army to preserve its dignity, says COAS Sharif

Islamabad: “Pakistan Army upholds the sanctity of all institutions and will resolutely preserve its own dignity and institutional pride,” said Chief of Army Staff Gen Raheel Sharif, While speaking to Special Service Group (SSG) commandos at Ghazi Base near Tarbela officers and soldiers, COAS said that Pakistan Army never has and never will shy away from rendering any sacrifice in ensuring a formidable defense and security of the motherland.It is pertinent to know that Gen Raheel’s statement came a week after

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