Man stabs wife to death

A man stabbed to death his wife as they quarreled over some domestic dispute in Kahna, police said on Sunday.  The victim was identified as Shazia Bibi, who was repeatedly stabbed by her husband Mubarak.  According to relatives of the victim, the couple clashed over some dispute at their house late Saturday night. Mubarak got infuriated and repeatedly stabbed Shazia. The woman died instantly while the killer managed to escape.  The police later reached the spot and shifted the body to the morgue for autopsy. A murder case was also registered against the alleged killer, who was at large till late Sunday night. The police were investigating the killing. –Staff Reporter

 MWM protests against US

Like other parts of the country, activists of Majlis-e-Wahdat-e-Muslimeen staged a demo against US outside Lahore Press Club. Supporters of MWM were carrying banners and placard inscribe with slogans condemning Washington administration’s aggressive policies against the Ummah. The protesters raised the demand for severing ties with the Trump administration. They laid stresses on unity among the Muslim states so that such moves can be fight off.–Monitoring

 Nawaz under fire

Pakistan Muslim League (PML) senior central Ch Pervaiz Elahi has took a swipe at former PM Nawaz Sharif over the latter’s interview about terrorism in India. “Nawaz Sharif has stooped to commit treason for hiding his corruption and thus another action by Sharif brothers against Pakistan and its armed forces has surfaced,” he said while talking to Sajjada Nasheen of Bilot Sharif Pir Makhdoom Taqi Naqvi and media at his residence Sunday. Ex-MPA Tariq Gurmani was also present.Pervaiz Elahi said: “Selfish elements are engaged in hatching conspiracies against Pakistan, army and judiciary in connivance with their foreign friends. They should should not forget that 220 million patriotic people of Pakistan will foil their bids.” He added: “While speaking against Pakistan and institutions of Pakistan, Nawaz should remember he has attained this status because of this country.” He further said those working against national interests would fail as the people of Pakistan are fully aware that such elements want to serve their vested interests.–PR