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FIA unveils most wanted list of 1,210 persons

ISLAMABAD, NOV 11 (DNA) – The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) on Wednesday unveiled a list of 1,210 most wanted persons. The list released by the FIA includes 737 people from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 122 from Punjab, 161 from Balochistan, 100 from Sindh, 32 from Islamabad, and 30 persons from Gilgit-Baltistan. The FIA is in search of the accused in high profile cases. As per details, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz London chapter leader Nasir Mehmood Butt is wanted by the FIA in the judge blackmailing cases. MQM-founder, Muhammad Anwar are also placed on theRead More

AJK President says State of Junagarh is an integral part of Pakistan

DNA ISLAMABAD: Describing the State of Junagarh as the absolute legal part of Pakistan, Azad Jammu and Kashmir President, Sardar Masood Khan, has said that India held the territory illegally and in violation of international law and the Indian Independence Act. He made these remarks while addressing a seminar commemorating Junagarh Black Day (9 November), the day when India illegally invaded and occupied the territories of Junagarh State in 1947. Organized by MUSLIM Institute, the event was addressed by His Highness, Nawab Jahangir Khanji, the hereditary ruler of the StateRead More

Ministry cancelled 15 trade organisations ahead of FPCCI Polls on non compliance 

DNA KARACHI –  Federal Secretary Commerce Sualeh Faruqui has upheld the decisions of Director General Trade Organizations (DGTO) in its November 6th order regarding the cancellation of licences of Women Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Quetta, other eight Trade Associations of Balochistan. Balochistan High Court in its order of Oct 2, contempt application directed that Secretary Ministry of Commerce should decide the appeals of Pakistan Transport Association, Ghee Exporter Association of Pakistan, Pakistan Scrap Association, Scrap Importer Association, Gas Heater Importer Association of Pakistan, All Pakistan Copper Exporter Association, AllRead More

Pakistan, Iran to make joint efforts for regional peace and stability

DNA ISLAMABAD, NOV 11 – Mohammad Javad Zarif, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Iran, who is in Pakistan for an official visit, met today with his Pakistani counterpart Shah Mahmood Qureshi. During the meeting, the two sides discussed the development of bilateral political, economic and international cooperation between the two countries. During the meeting, Dr. Zarif referred to the deep historical and cultural interests between the nations of Iran and Pakistan. He expressed the readiness of the Islamic Republic of Iran to comprehensively develop relations with Pakistan. Referring to theRead More

Initiative of President of Uzbekistan will open a new page in Afghan policy of SCO

The proposal of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan ShavkatMirziyoyev to develop and adopt a Plan for the socio-economic reconstruction of Afghanistan as part of the practical implementation of the Roadmap for further actions of the SCO-Afghanistan Contact group will serve for further consolidation of the SCO countries’ efforts in promoting the long-awaited peace in Afghanistan.   The initiative of the President of Uzbekistan ShavkatMirziyoyev once again confirms the firm commitment of the Republic of Uzbekistan to achieving long-term and sustainable peace in the neighboring country, and is aRead More

Amir, Shoaib to sit out New Zealand tour as selectors ‘prefer youth’ over veterans

Mohammad Amir and Shoaib Malik have been left out of the 35-member squad announced for Pakistan’s upcoming tour of New Zealand as “selectors prefer(ed) youth” over the veteran cricketers, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said on Wednesday. “Shoaib Malik and Mohammad Amir are not part of the white-ball matches as for this tour we have opted to invest, develop and focus on the promising and emerging players who are likely to be available to Pakistan for all formats,” chief selector Misbahul Haq was quoted as saying in a PCB press release.Read More