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PTI won’t attend joint-session of parliament on Nov 17

PTI won't attend joint-session of parliament on Nov 17

ISLAMABAD, NOV 12, (DNA):  A meeting of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) senior leadership chaired by chairman Imran Khan was held here on Saturday.The meeting discussed the November 17 joint-session of Parliament. PTI will not attend the joint-session of Parliament and maintain its National Assembly boycott. Shah Mehmood Qureshi said Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was a controversial figure and the PTI would not attend any Parliament session until the ruling on Panama Leaks case. According to sources, Imran Khan dismissed advise of senior party leaders to attend the joint session which will alsoRead More


‘N’-PTI fight for power affecting Pakhtuns: Hoti

‘N’-PTI fight for power affecting Pakhtuns: Hoti

PESHAWAR,NOV 12, (DNA):  President Awami National Party Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Ameer Haider Khan Hoti says PTI government has badly failed to fulfill its promises made with people of the province. Addressing a public meeting in Chitral, he said the indifferent attitude of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has increased agonies of general public. He said instead of doing politics, PTI Chairman Imran Khan is promoting his personal agenda to win sympathy of voters. Ameer Haider Khan Hoti said Imran will not able to succeed in his designs through blame game. Addressing aRead More


PM to inaugurate Gwadar port on Sunday

PM to inaugurate Gwadar port on Sunday

ISLAMABAD, NOV 12, (DNA):  Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif will inaugurate Gwadar Port on Sunday. A ceremony will be held in Gwadar in this connection which will also be attended by Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif , Balochistan Governor Muhammad Khan Achakzai, Chief Minister Nawab Sanaullah Zehri and Islamabad-based ambassadors of several countries. Meanwhile, the first Chinese trade convoy has arrived in Gwadar through China-Pakistan Economic Corridor.The convoy comprising fifty trucks had entered Pakistan via Khunjarab. Contingents of Special Security Division of Pakistan Army provided security to theRead More


30 killed, scores injured in Shah Noorani blast: Rescue official

30 killed, scores injured in Shah Noorani blast: Rescue official

HUB,NOV 12, (DNA) :  An official of rescue service said that at least 30 people were killed and over 100 injured in a blast at Shah Noorani shrine in Balochistan, 200 kms from Karachi. According to sources, women and children are among the victims in the explosion that took place during a ‘dhamal’ around Maghrib prayers. Balochistan Home Minister Sarfaraz Bugti confirmed the blast and said the government has expedited the rescue operations. There are no communication services available in the area as it is a far flung region. TheRead More


National day of Poland celebrated

ISLAMABAD, NOV 06 (DNA) – Embassy of Poland arranged a grand function to celebrate its National Day and Armed Force day at a local hotel.   A large number of members of civil society, diplomats and media people attended the reception. Federal Minister for Defence Production Rana Tanveer Hussain was the chief guest.   Ambassador of Poland Piotr Opalinski in his speech delivered in Urdu said relations between Poland and Pakistan and deep rooted and historical adding  in 1948 Prime Minister Liaquat Ali Khan sanctioned an agreement with exiled membersRead More


Cycle lanes at Constitution Avenue inaugurated

ISLAMABAD, NOV 11 (DNA) – Mayor of Islamabad and Chairman Capital Development Authority (CDA), Sheikh Anser Aziz has inaugurated the project of dedicated cycle lanes on all major avenues in the Federal Capital for promotion of cycling culture. A colourful ceremony, in this regard was held here at D-Chowk, Constitution Avenue on Saturday.   Addressing the participants of the event, Mayor of Islamabad and Chairman CDA, Sheikh Anser Aziz said that enhancing the beauty of the Federal Capital and preservation of its natural environment is among our priorities.   He said thatRead More