16 April 2014

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  • KARACHI Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) provincial lawmakers vehemently protested in the Sindh Assembly over what they called ‘extra-judicial killings’ of the party workers in Karachi, Dunya News reported on Tuesday.The session began with Deputy Speaker Shehla Raza in the chair.Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) leader Muhammad Hussain submitted an adjournment motion against extra-judicial killings and arrests of party works.Provincial minister Dr Sikandar Mendro declared that motion is against Sindh Assembly’s

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Altaf Hussain applies for Pakistani passport, says can come back anytime

KARACHI  Muttahida Qaumi Movement’s (MQM) Chief Altaf Hussain said on Saturday that he has applied for Pakistani passport, adding that he can come to Pakistan anytime,
Addressing inauguration ceremony of Nazeer Hussain University via telephone, he asked why former President Musharraf is imprisoned as per article 6 of the constitution. “What kind of justice is this?” he asked.He said that if state wants to execute Musharraf, then it should also execute those who were involved in activities before Musharraf’s aircraft

‘Govt to turn Pakistan into Asian tiger’: PML-N

LAHORE: PML-N MNA Shaista Pervez Malik has said the government is pursuing a revolutionary economic agenda to transform Pakistan into an Asian tiger.Talking to party workers at the party’s Safanwala Chowk office here Friday, she said the country had become economically stable owing to prudent policies of the government.She said dollar’s depreciation was a big achievement and proof of a sound economy. She said terror attacks were negatively impacting the economy but the government was making serious efforts

TTP calls session as ceasefire period ends, 38 die in intra-Taliban fight

NORTH WAZIRISTAN  A meeting of Taliban was called after the lapse of ceasefire deadline. Taliban expressed their reservations over the attitude of the government.Meanwhile, two groups of Taliban fought with each other killing six in Shawal, in rocket attack on a vehicle. In five days of infighting, 38 Taliban were killed in all from both sides.The Taliban leadership was said to be engaged in stopping the infighting between the two factions.Taliban have also linked the extension in ceasefire with the

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