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Will provide money trail and documents: Captain (r) Safdar

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s son-in-law Captain (r) Safdar promised on Saturday to provide the Joint Investigation Team with the proper money trail as well as documents supporting the acquisition of properties. Addressing media personnel briefly outside the Judicial Academy after being quizzed by the JIT, Captain (r) Safdar said that he would provide the…

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All records of Sharif family from 1980 have been provided to JIT: Chairman FBR

ISLAMABAD: Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) Chairman Dr. Muhammad Irshad said on Friday that he had submitted all records pertaining to the Sharif family from 1980 till the present day to the Joint Investigation Team. According to details, Dr. Muhammad Irshad said that he could not understand what record the Joint Investigation Team was referring…

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Cricket’s top stars want to see int’l cricket in Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: Former foreign cricketers believe there is a dire need to bring international cricket to Pakistan as the crowd and players are starved to see the game happening in their own country. Former Australian Captain Ian Chappell said international cricket not played in Pakistan is a big problem too for Pakistan cricket to go ahead….

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Rehman Malik to appear before JIT today

ISLAMABAD: Former interior minister Senator Rehman Malik is scheduled to appear before the joint investigation team (JIT) probing the Sharif family’s Hudaibiya Papers Mills. According to details, the JIT asked the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) member to bring over a report on the investigation into the Hudaibiya Paper Mills as he appears before the 46th…

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PM to be victorious in Panama case: Info Minister

ISLAMABAD: Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Marriyum Aurangzeb has expressed confidence that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will emerge victorious in the Panama Papers case inquiry. In an interview with PTV tonight, she said Nawaz Sharif too wants that facts should be brought before the people of Pakistan. She said the prime minister and…

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All institutions cooperating with JIT: Musadik Malik

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister’s Spokesman Dr Musadik Malik has said all national institutions are cooperating with the joint investigation team probing Panama Papers case. Talking to a news channel he said PML-N leadership has not put pressure on any institution for the sake of personal interests. The Prime Minister’s spokesman said the PML-N government has reservations…

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Video: Kulbhushan admits to fueling sectarian violence, other crimes in video message

RAWALPINDI: The new full confessional video of Kulbhushan Jhadav was released on Thursday in which he admitted to being involved in terrorist activities conducted on Pakistani soil.   Here is the full transcript of Kulbhushan Jhadav’s video message:- I am Commander Kulbhushan Sudhir Jadhav. Number 41558 Zulu of the Indian Navy. I am a commissioned…

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Video: FIR will be registered against culprits of Faisalabad Agriculture University

ISLAMABAD: Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Marriyum Aurangzeb said on Thursday that a report on the Faisalabad Agriculture University incident will be prepared today following which an FIR will be registered against the culprits.  Speaking to media personnel, Marriyum Aurangzeb said that she had spoken to Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif today and he…

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Video: Junaid Khan receives warm welcome

Bowler Junaid Khan, who was part of Pakistan’s victorious team that clinched the ICC Champions Trophy by outclassing arch-rivals in style, returned home to a rousing welcome on Wednesday. Junaid received warm reception by thousands of vociferous fans along with the pacer’s relatives soon after he reached the Swabi-interchange via Islamabad. A number of fans…

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PTI District President challenges intra-party elections in ECP

ISLAMABAD: District President Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Swabi Shah Malik Yousafzai on Thursday challenged the party’s recently held intra-party polls in the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP). The PTI District President in a petition submitted to the commission termed the PTI’s intra-party elections as illegal. The petitioner requested the ECP to declare the intra-party elections illegal…

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ECP likely to use biometric verification machines in coming by-elections

ISLAMABAD: Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) is likely to use Biometric Verification Machines (BVMs) in coming by-elections on trial basis. According to an official of ECP, these machines have been purchased to use in by-elections throughout the country as pilot testing, a fist time ever in the election process of the country. He said that…

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JIT to present third report to Supreme Court today

ISLAMABAD: Mandated by Supreme Court of Pakistan to probe charges of corruption against Sharif family, Joint Investigation Team (JIT) finalized its progress report which will be presented to the court today (Thursday). The sources said in its 44th sitting yesterday held at Federal Judicial Academy, the JIT reviewed the documents provided by Prime Minister Nawaz…

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I use my aggression as a tactic: Junaid Khan

ISLAMABAD: Pakistani fast bowler Junaid Khan said on Wednesday that he is a humble person but he tends to use his aggression on the field as a tactic to demoralise the opposition.  Speaking to SAMAA TV after returning to Pakistan, Junaid Khan said that it was an honour to have been part of the squad…

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Pakistan team being rewarded over Champions Trophy win

Pakistani cricketers are being rewarded by the leadership of the country following the ICC Champions Trophy 2017.

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Panama JIT to prepare third progress report today

ISLAMABAD: Mandated by Supreme Court of Pakistan to probe charges of corruption against Sharif family, Joint Investigation Team (JIT) will finalize its progress report today and present it to the court tomorrow. The sources said in its 44th sitting today being held at Federal Judicial Academy, the JIT will review today the documents provided by…

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Video: Eid shopping in full swing in Islamabad

Eid-ul-Fitr is just round the corner leaving the people in frenzy of Eid shopping. The shopping plazas and markets are full of shoppers. Watch some shopping scenes from Islamabad.

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Non-cooperation with JIT will result in serious consequences: SC

ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court of Pakistan said on Monday that non-cooperation with the Joint Investigation Team would entail serious consequences. During the proceedings of the Panama Leaks implementation case, the Supreme Court of Pakistan asked Director General of the Federal Investigation Agency to oversee the matter of the alleged record tampering of important documents. “Public…

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Nawaz, Shahbaz belong in Adiyala jail: Imran

ISLAMABAD: PTI chief Imran Khan on Saturday said that the real place where Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Shahbaz Sharif belong is Adyala jail.  Addressing media personnel, the cricketer-turned-politician said that the Sharifs did not have any money trail with them which was why they were crying for justice. “What atrocities were committed against them…

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Video: Minor servant brutally tortured in Islamabad

Another incident of alleged torture on domestic minor servant was brought to the media notice in Islamabad. On suspicion of theft, the owners of the house tortured the child so much that he fell unconscious. Know more in this clip of the child’s parent.

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‘No strategy of US could succeed in Afghanistan without including Pakistan’

WASHINGTON: According to an op-ed piece in the New York Times by Stephen J Hadley, who was the national security adviser from 2005 to 2009, the United States’ policy in Afghanistan would not succeed without cutting off Pakistan’s alleged ties to the Afghan Taliban and including the Islamic republic in the peace process.  The piece…

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ICJ rejects India’s plea pertaining to Kulbhushan Jhadav

ISLAMABAD: The International Court of Justice (ICJ) has rejected the Indian plea of granting an injunction order against spy Kulbhushan Jhadav for six months, ordering the Indian legal team to file the injunction by September 13, 2017, on Thursday.  According to details, the International Court of Justice has allowed India time till September 13, 2017…

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