26 November 2014

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PM Nawaz calls for bridging gaps between SAARC countries

Modi to meet all SAARC leaders except PM Nawaz: Indian officialKATHMANDU  While talking to the 18th South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) summit today (Wednesday) in Kathmandu, Prime Minister (PM) Nawaz Sharif said that steps should be taken for the improvement of regional cooperation among SAARC countries to refrain hostile relations.He congratulated the government of Nepal for organizing the summit and has also welcomed other representatives of SAARC.PM stated that we have fallen prey to poverty,

Four polio workers gunned down in Quetta

Four polio workers gunned down in QuettaQUETTA: Gunmen killed three Pakistani women polio workers and their driver on Wednesday, police said, in the most deadly attack on the health workers in two years.Teams in Pakistan working to immunise children against polio are often targeted by militants, who say the campaign is a cover for Western spies.The women were attacked on their way to meet a police escort, said police official Asad Raza in the southwestern city of Quetta."Two men on a motorcycle intercepted the van and shot the occupants using a handgun," he said.Polio

Rasheed accuses Khan of trying to influence courts

Rasheed accuses Khan of trying to influence courts ISLAMABAD: The Federal Information Minister, Pervez Rasheed Wednesday asked PTI chairman, Imran Khan not to announce his verdict, before the concerned election tribunals, Talking to media here, Pervez Rasheed accused the chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) of trying to influence the courts.“It seems as if Khan has dreamed of scrutinizing the record of the election commission, despite the fact that no one has access to this record except the courts”, he said.“The nation is once again being fooled in

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