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PIA flights to resume to England from October 30

KARACHI, Oct 17 (DNA): Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) will resume its operation to England with new European aircrafts and crew from October 30. In the first phase, flights will be operated from Islamabad and Lahore to London and Islamabad to Manchester. “The flights will operate directly with new aircraft, comfortable seats, halal food and the world’s best in-flight entertainment,” PIA spokesperson. “Hopefully our guests will be better than any of the best airlines or we will choose the national airline for the best service,” the source added. The spokesperson furtherRead More

Nawaz Sharif’s statement an attack on judiciary: Farogh Naseem

KARACHI, Oct 17 (DNA): Federal Law Minister Farogh Naseem has said that all the statements of former Prime Minister and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif were an attack on the judiciary and will not be tolerated. Addressing the 5th National Judicial Conference in Karachi, the Federal Law Minister said that there was unwarranted criticism against the judiciary in Pakistan. He said that only someone who does not know will criticize judiciary or he will deliberately say such things. Addressing the function, he said that Pakistan sRead More

People of Pakistan remained most neglected party in past 73 years: Sirajul Haq

LAHORE, Oct 17 (DNA): People of Pakistan remained the most neglected party in past 73 years under so-called democratic set-up and military dictatorships, says the Jamaat-e-Islami Emir Senator Sirajul Haq. Addressing the JI workers at Mansoora on Saturday, he said masses were no more ready to bear the corrupt elites who did nothing for the public welfare but looted the country’s resources during their turns in power. “Change of faces is no more solution to the problems of Pakistan. There is need to introduce structural reforms and change of entireRead More

Pakistan enjoys stable, mature relationship with Canada: Raza Bashir Tarar

OTTAWA, OCT 17 – High Commissioner for Pakistan to Canada Raza Bashir Tarar has said that Pakistan enjoys a mature, ongoing and satisfactory relationship with Canada. “Our relationship has much substance in it and it is free of any irritants which gives us room and opportunities to further develop this relationship, particularly in bilateral trade and investment,” he said in an interview with a local TV channel here. He said there was a realisation in both Pakistan and Canada to expand their relationship further. He said Canada was an importantRead More

Rashid Latif recommends interesting options for PCB chief selector job

Former Pakistan captain and wicketkeeper Rashid Latif sees no problems in hiring female cricketers as the chief selector of the men’s national team. Misbah-ul-Haq has stepped down as the chairman of the team’s selection committee to focus on his head coach position. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is yet to announce his replacement. The 52-year-old, in a conversation with sports journalist Dr Nauman Niaz on YouTube, believes that hiring former female players will not cause any problems. “The PCB promoted a lot of females on the commentary panel for the ongoing National T20 CupRead More

Efforts to damage state institutions will not be tolerated: Faraz

ISLAMABAD, Oct 17 (DNA): Minister for Information and Broadcasting, Senator Shibli Faraz Saturday said the government fully stood with state institutions and would not be tolerated any such efforts by opposition parties to damage the institutions.   “Any adventure against the state institutions responsible for integrity of the country will not be allowed” the minister stated while talking to the journalists here.   He said the opposition parties in the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) public meeting held yesterday targeted the institutions through using the language of enemies which is intolerable.Read More