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MQM-P slams Sindh govt over street crimes

MQM-P slams Sindh govt over street crimes

The senator alleged police of connivance for street crimes in Karachi saying robbers would not break the law without the support of the black sheep in the police department. Nazir Siyal KARACHI: Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) on Sunday slammed the Sindh government over the woeful law and order situation and said robbers have been given the ‘licence to kill’ in Karachi. Addressing media in Karachi, MQM-P leader Senator Faisal Sabzwari said the Home Ministry was with the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) for 16 years and the law and order situationRead More


Ruet-e-Hilal meeting on Tuesday

Ruet-e-Hilal meeting on Tuesday

Individuals are urged to report any sightings Adil Shaheen ISLAMABAD: A pivotal meeting of the Central Ruet-e-Hilal Committee is scheduled for Tuesday, April 9, to determine the sighting of the Shawwal-ul-Mukarram moon. The meeting will take place at the Ministry of Religious Affairs and Interfaith Harmony and will be chaired by Maulana Syed Muhammad Abdul Khabir Azad. Esteemed members from various institutions, including the Ministry of Science and Technology, the Pakistan Meteorological Department, and the Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission (SUPARCO), will participate in the meeting. Maulana Azad hasRead More


2 terrorists killed in trade of fire in N. Waziristan

2 terrorists killed in trade of fire in N. Waziristan

Weapons and ammunition were recovered from the deceased terrorists. Staff Report RAWALPINDI: Two terrorists were killed in an exchange of fire with security forces on the night intervening April 6 and April 7 in North Waziristan, the military’s media wing stated on Sunday. According to the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), there was an intense exchange of fire between security forces and terrorists in North Waziristan, resulting in the deaths of both terrorists. The ISPR reported that weapons and ammunition were recovered from the deceased terrorists. “Sanitisation operation is being conductedRead More


Israel ‘pulls out troops’ from southern Gaza

Israel ‘pulls out troops’ from southern Gaza

The Israeli announcement came as its war on Gaza hits the six-month mark, leaving a deadly trail that the International Court of Justice described as a “plausible case of genocide News Desk Khan Younis: The Israeli occupation military says it has withdrawn its ground troops from the southern Gaza Strip, including Khan Younis, amid conflicting reports about the scale and duration of the disengagement. “Today, Sunday April 7th, the IDF’s 98th commando division has concluded its mission in Khan Younis. The division left the Gaza Strip in order to recuperateRead More


Opposition parties gear up for a mass movement

Post-election scenario: PDM Part-II on the anvil

The sole solution to escape this quagmire is through holding free and fair elections, facilitating a people’s representative government to assume power. Any interim measures, including the current one, will only exacerbate our problems Comment Ansar M Bhatti The incumbent government’s honeymoon period is likely to be spoiled by the Opposition parties, which appear to have girded up their loins for a mass movement after Eid. The PTI ostensibly will be leading this movement. In a highly charged press interview on Saturday, April 6, 2024, Imran Khan not only launchedRead More


Info minister rebuts Imran’s ‘fabricated, baseless’ allegations

Info minister rebuts Imran’s ‘fabricated, baseless’ allegations

The former premier had alleged that the senior military leadership “implicated” him and his wife Bushra Bibi in the Toshakhana reference “in an attempt to stifle my spirits Khayam Abbasi ISLAMABAD, APR 7: Information Minister Attaullah Tarar on Sunday rebutted former prime minister Imran Khan’s allegations against the senior military leadership in connection with the Toshakhana case, saying they were “false, fabricated and baseless”. Imran and his spouse were sentenced to 14 years in jail in the case in January, days before the February 8 general elections. Last week, theRead More