?CDGK allotted 100 acres for bus terminus?

Karachi

The Sindh government has decided to allocate 100 acres to the City District Government, Karachi (CDGK)in Gadap Town for construction o

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PML-N, PPP drift apart on judges? appointment

ISLAMABAD: The largest opposition party in Parliament, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), will not allow the government to delay the appointmen

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Delay in judges? appointment

ISLAMABAD: A division bench of the Supreme Court (SC) on Friday issued notices to the federal government on a petition against the delay in judges? ap

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PCS officers ?plight? discussed

LAHORE

THE Punjab Assembly Friday held a debate on the issue of poor service conditions of PCS officers on an adjournment motion filed by Shaik

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Go ahead launch a movement against PPP: Badar

LAHORE: General Secretary Pakistan People?s Party Jehangir Badar said his party has faced four eras of dictatorships and now whoever wants to launch a movement may do so because it is his right.

Speaking with media persons here at Aibak polo ground, Jehangir Badar said judges? appointment is a judicial matter, therefore, he cannot make give any comments in this regard.

He said Pakistan Muslim League-N Chief Nawaz Sharif has a complete right to issue statements.

PPP General Secretary said all the forces will have to move ahead hand in hand for the better future of Pakistan. If these forces remained disintegrated, no prosperity could be provided to the people, he added.

He said Imran Khan?s statement has disappointed him. ?Imran Khan was a polling agent during the referendum in Musharraf?s rule but now he is talking about launching a campaign?.

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Col Ikram?s son told to submit reports

LAHORE

THE Lahore High Court on Friday asked the son of retired Col Ikram to submit media reports and footage to establish that he had filed an

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Moon not sighted, 1st Rabi-ul-Awal on Tuesday

KARACHI: The Rabi-ul-Awal moon has not been sighted today, the Ruet-e-Halal Committee has announced Sunday.

The Rabi-ul-Awal one will fall on Tuesday, Feb 16, the committee said, adding that 12th Rabi-ul-Awal, Eid Milad-un-Nabi, will be celebrated on Feb 27.

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?Reservations of MQM over LG Bill addressed?

ISLAMABAD: All pending issues among the coalition partners in Sindh stand resolved as the MQM?s reservations over amendments in the Local Government (

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Pak-Iran gas pipeline pact to be signed on March 8: Qamar

SANGHAR: Federal Minister for Petroleum and Minerals Syed Naveed Qamar Sunday said the completion of Pak-Iran gas pipeline project will help overcome the country?s gas crisis.

Speaking to media persons after the inauguration ceremony of a gas processing plant in Sanjar Junejo village here, he said all the matters relating to Pak-Iran gas pipeline project have been finalized and that all is set to sign the project on March 8.

He said 12.5 per cent royalty of Pakistan?s oil and gas is going to the provinces, which, he said, have been directed to spend this amount on the uplift projects of the areas.

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Will India and Pakistan talks survive Pune bombing? (The Christian Science Monitor via Yahoo! News)

The powerful bomb explosion that tore through a popular cafe Saturday here in western India, claimed nine lives – and will test the resolve of India and Pakistan to hold peace talks.

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