22 November 2014

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Imran opposes any move to divide Sindh

Imran opposes any move to divide Sindh LARKANA: Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Imran Khan on Friday said he was foreseeing general elections next year and said the youth across the country was ready to form ‘Naya Pakistan’, Addressing PTI’s large public gathering in Bakrani taluka’s Ali Abad village near Moenjodaro airport road, Larkana, Khan said ‘Go Nawaz Go’ slogan had now reached Sindh. And soon, he expressed, that ‘Go Zardari Go’ slogan will soon take momentum in the province.The PTI chief said both the leaders – Nawaz and Zardari – are protecting

We gathered here for Allah's religion: Sirajul Haq

LAHORE:  Jamaat Islami (JI) head Maulvi Sirajul Haq has said that Pakistan was made in the name of Islam and the founder of Pakistan Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah always wanted to create an Islamic state. He said that all the workers of JI have gathered today (Friday) at Minar-e-Pakistan, Lahore, for creating an Islamic Pakistan.Addressing the JI gathering at Minar-e-Pakistan, Maulvi Sirajul Haq said that some ‘British agents’ propagate that Jinnah wanted to create a secular state but Jinnah had written a letter to JI founder

Pakistan and Afghanistan to jointly counter terror threats as their ties improve

UNITED NATIONS: Pakistan and Afghanistan will jointly counter the threats of terrorism, violent extremism and transnational crime with “strong common resolve”, and move to forge a mutually beneficial economic relationship, a top Pakistani diplomat told the UN General Assembly on Thursday.Speaking in a debate on the situation in Afghanistan, Ambassador Masood Khan, Pakistan’s permanent representative to the U.N., said Afghan President Ashraf Ghani’s visit to

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