21 December 2014

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  • KARACHI  Opposition leader in the National Assembly Khurshid Shah and former prime minister (PM) Raja Pervez Ashraf on Saturday has said that Pakistan Peoples’ Party Parliamentarians (PPPP) president Makhdoom Amin Fahim does not have any clash with Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP).They expressed these views while talking to the media after their meeting with Fahim at his residence in Karachi.Earlier, news of Fahim s meeting with former president Pervez Musharraf had surfaced that lead people to believe that a

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Gen. Raheel briefs PM Nawaz on Afghan visit

Gen. Raheel briefs PM Nawaz on Afghan visitISLAMABAD: Chief of Army Staff, General Raheel Sharif called on Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in Islamabad,General Raheel briefed PM Nawaz over his today’s visit to Kabul and meetings with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and ISAF Commander General John F Campbell.

Imran Khan sits together with PM Nawaz for 'common national cause'

PESHAWAR  Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan on Wednesday said that it is a welcoming sign that the whole national leadership has come together for a common national cause, as he was seen seated next to PM Nawaz – a rare and apparently awkward sight for PTI chairman – during the press briefing.Chipping in to PM Nawaz’s answer to a journalist’s question, Imran Khan said that the issue of election rigging stands and that a judicial commission to probe alleged election rigging is in the interest of the whole

Pakistan army chief, Afghan president vow to fight militants

Pakistan army chief, Afghan president vow to fight militants KABUL: Pakistan army chief General Raheel Sharif and Afghanistan president Ashraf Ghani vowed Wednesday to fight “terrorism and extremism” together, a day after Taliban militants killed 148 people at a Pakistani school.President Ghani held talks with Sharif in Kabul as Pakistan mourned the victims — mostly children — killed in the massacre that put new pressure on the Islamabad government to combat militancy.Pakistan accuses Afghanistan of protecting members of the

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