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MQM planning ethnic riots in Karachi?

With elections around the corner and its popularity going south, MQM is planning another bloody drama to gain some leverage for the next polls. Recently banners sprang up around Karachi asking the people that whether they want Quaid-e-Azam’s Pakistan or Taliban’s Pakistan. The banners were signed by “Citizens of “. Later MQM chief Altaf Hussain announced a referendum on this. Suddenly, Tehrik Taliban Pakistan (TTP) announced that it wants to save Karachites from Pakistan. MQM start

Obama, Romney make final pitches to US voters

MADISON, Wisconsin: Barack Obama and Mitt Romney made last-ditch appeals to American voters on Monday as campaigning drew to a close with the president holding a slender advantage going into election day. On the eve of Tuesday’s vote, after a see-sawing 18-month battle, Romney was tied with Obama in national polls but the Democrat held narrow leads in 10 of the 12 key swing states that will decide who wins the White House. Both candidates had engaged in a weekend campaign marathon, goi

CNG crisis persists as station owners continue strike

ISLAMABAD: The CNG crisis persisted on Sunday as most of the CNG station owners across the country continued their unannounced strike for the third consecutive day and kept their gas fuel outlets shut in protest against the decrease in the CNG prices by the government. According to reports gathered from different parts of the country, long queues of motorists were seen at the PSO-run CNG stations and few others which were open and providing gas to consumers but with very low pressure. Pe

Aye Mard-e-Mujahid Jaag Zara Ab Waqt-e-Shahadat hai aya ..... Allahu Akbar

Sheesha Cafe as Well as Smoking in Public Area are Banned in Pakistan.

The city Government of Pakistan imposed a ban on smoking in public places, also declared an order that sheesha cafes, restaurants, and hotels that allowed smoking on their premises must be shut down. The Public area are clearly declared . Sunday bazars, bus stops , restaurants and parks are declared as public areas.

Pakistan sweeps India Today debate competition: Report

A Pakistani team of students swept the India Today Cup for the first time in the history of the inter-school debate competition held at Vasant Valley School in Vasant Kunj, reported India Today on Saturday. The team, from Lahore College of Arts and Sciences (Lacas) bagged almost all the awards in the two-day competition except for the third best speaker trophy which was won by Cathedral and John Connon School, Mumbai. The participating schools included La Martiniere (Kolkata), Vidyashilp (

Indian Women Cricket Team won ACC T20 Asia Cup 2012

The Indian women's cricket team on 31 October 2012 won inaugural Asian Cricket Council's (ACC) Twenty20 Asia Cup, beating Pakistan by 18 runs in a low-scoring final in Guangzhou city of People’s Republic of China

Future of ICH Trembles After It Gets Suspended by Lahore High Court

Government’s plan for brewing millions of dollars for LDI operators is seemingly going to be trashed as Lahore High Court issued immediate suspension orders for ICH (International Clearing House) on last working day before Eid holidays, we have confirmed with sources. After the decision, international incoming call rates to Pakistan are likely to go back to pre-ICH time from today. Lahore High Court issued the order while hearing a writ petition filed by Brain Telecommunication pleading

Asghar Khan case

PML-N president Nawaz Sharif says the probe in th

Govt seeks 35 percent pay increase for MP-1 employees

  ISLAMABAD: The government has moved a summary to Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf for granting 35 percent increase in pay, perks and privileges for contractual employees in Management Position (MP)-1 scale, said official sources.

CNG, petrol prices cannot be linked: CJ

  ISLAMABAD: The Chief Justice of Pakistan, Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry has said that the prices of Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) and petrol cannot be linked and summoned the managing directors of Sui Southern and Sui Northern gas companies on Thursday.

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Pakistan Imported Mobile Phones Worth Rs. 15.77 Billion in Last Three Months

Pakistan has reportedly imported mobile phone of around Rs. 15.77 billion during July-September 2012, up from Rs. 14.25 billion during the same period last year, showing a growth rate in imports of around 11 percent.

World largest human flag

Congratulations Pakistan! Recently , Pakistan has

A New World Record of 42813 by Pakistan

Pakistan has created a New World Record of 42813 Peoples singing National Anthem simultaneously. Sports Board Punjab is very thankful to the peoples of Pakistan whose unity and prayers have answered. Record was attempted on the Opening Ceremony of Punjab Youth Festival 2012 at National Hockey Stadium Lahore on 20th October 2012 at 07:45PM and Paki

Asghar Khan case: PM Ashraf vows to crack down on culprits

  ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf on Friday assured the nation that the government would act according to the law and hold transparent and independent investigation to reveal the truth in distribution of public money among politicians in 1990 elections to defeat the PPP.

President approves appointment of accountability court-1 judge,pindi

  Islamabad :  President Asif Ali Zardari, on the advice of Prime Minister, has approved appointment of Mr. Shahid Naseer, D&SJ/ Judge (BS-21) Banking Court-II Lahore, as Judge Accountability Court-I Rawalpindi.

U.S funded Training will Save Lives of Linemen in Power Distribution

  LAHORE : 20 linemen from Lahore Electric Supply Company (LESCO), Gujranwala Electric Power Company (GEPCO) and Faisalabad Electric Supply Company (FESCO) completed a Quick Impact Lineman Training program under USAID s Power Distribution Project.  This training equipped

SC disqualifies Begum Shehnaz, restores Waseem

  ISLAMABAD - The Supreme Court on Wednesday disqualified PML-Q MNA Begum Shehnaz Sheikh over dual nationality and discharged notice against Raja Riaz Ahmed, who disowned statement about Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif’s being a dual national.
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