Atif Khan

  • TISLAMABAD - Pakistan has demanded China to soften restrictions on Chinese Muslims living in Xinjiang province. Federal Minister Pir Noorul Haq Qadri while meeting Chinese Ambassador Yao Jing said that strict regulations and laws fuel extremism and in order to curb intolerance and promote ...

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  • Tislamabad - The residents of Banigala have appealed Prime Minister Imran Khan to save them from the humiliation of Islamabad police in the name of protocol and security. “We voted for him on the promise to eliminate corruption and to end VIP culture, but now we have being humiliated by ...

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  • TIslamabad-The residents of Banigala have appealed Prime Minister Imran Khan to save them from the humiliation of Islamabad police in the name of protocol and security. “We voted for him on the promise to eliminate corruption and to end VIP culture, but now we have being humiliated by police ...

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  • TISLAMABAD - Pakistan on Tuesday again reaffirmed its commitment to 46 billion China-Pak Economic Corridor (CPEC) project. During a high level meeting on CPEC, Minister for Planning, Development and Reforms Khusro Bakhtiar said that the project is symbol of friendship between both the countries. He ...

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  • TIslamabad - Saudi Arabia will increase quota for Pakistani Haj aspirants from next year and will provide more facilities to Umrah pilgrims, said Saudi Minister of Information Dr Awwad bin Saleh Al-Awwad. Dr Awwad while talking to Minister for Religious Affairs and Interfaith Harmony Noor-ul-Haq ...

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  • TISLAMABAD - By the end of year 2018 and early 2019, noiseless, sleek and good looking cars are likely to be introduced in Pakistani market and some obsolete models will finally die for good. After dominating Pakistani car market for nearly thirty years, finally 800cc Suzuki Mehran will be replaced ...

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  • TISLAMABAD  -  Amid silence of the government, the LPG marketing companies continue to cause millions of rupees daily losses to consumers by selling overpriced liquid petroleum gas. The 11.8 kg domestic cylinder is being sold at Rs 2000 against its actual OGRA notified cost of Rs ...

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  • TISLAMABAD - Thousands of employees of Utility Stores Corporation on Thursday breathed a sigh of relief as the corporation rejected the plans of closure of the corporation. A spokesman for the corporation informed journalists that the suspension of procurement by the corporation is temporary and it ...

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  • TISLAMABAD - Hundreds of rickshaw drivers held a series of protest demonstrations in the country against the rise in the prices of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG). The price has seen a phenomenal increase in recent days and jumped from Rs120 to Rs 180 per kg thus triggering the protest. The protesters ...

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  • TISLAMABAD  -  It has been now 30 years to the death of former military dictator and President General Ziaul Haq in a C-130 Hercules plane’s crash on August 17, 1988 in Bahawalpur but the twitterites are still curious to know whether the plane’s crash was a result of ...

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  • TIslamabad  -  After strong resentment expressed through social media against the newly-elected Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Sindh MPA Imran Ali Shah physically assaulting a citizen, the PTI spokesperson said that the matter had been referred to the provincial chapter’s disciplinary ...

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  • TISLAMABAD  -  The first session of the National Assembly on Monday was the top trend on social media as thousands of users commented on the event. Soon after oath-taking, many memorable videos and photographs of the oath-taking and the events which took place during the session became ...

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  • TISLAMABAD - Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf on Sunday took a practical step towards ensuring smooth working of the parliament and the overall democratic system when a delegation of the party held meetings with National Assembly Speaker Sardar Ayaz Sadiq and leaders of other opposition parties. The ...

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  • TIslamabad - Extraordinary security measures taken for PTI leader Imran Khan, who has won the elections on the promise of change, have not only belied his own words but also created inconvenience to the people. The Islamabad administration had deployed a heavy contingent of police in the ...

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  • TISLAMABAD - Senate Standing Committee on Commerce and Textile on Tuesday stressed the need for long-term strategy and adopting integrated institutional approach to revive the industry. The meeting of the committee held here in Parliament House on Tuesday under the chairmanship of Senator Shibli ...

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  • TIslamabad  -  The scorching heat and humidity coupled with prolonged and unscheduled power outages lasting for eight to 24 hours made the lives of the citizens miserable across the country. The stifling humidity and scorching August temperatures, where it is hard to even breathe, long ...

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  • TIslamabad - The new government is likely to face a tricky and uncertain economic situation and will have to decide the means to pull out the country from prevailing severe crisis.Pakistan’s finance minister-in-waiting Asad Umar estimates an immediate injection of more than $12billion to halt ...

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  • TIslamabad - Government is all set to initiate proceedings against officials who secured lucrative jobs on deputation in sheer violation of services rules, sources revealed on Tuesday. According to officials, the cases would be initiated against all government officers or civil servants who are ...

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  • TIslamabad - After a long struggle of over twenty years, Imran Khan has finally entered the biggest game of his life – the premiership. The perception of Khan depends largely on the decade in which one spent formation years. For those raised during the 80s, Khan is a legendary cricketer ...

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  • TIslamabad - After the deadline for electioneering came to an end at midnight on July 23 in accordance with the instruction of the Election Commission of Pakistan, an army of movers and shakers, opinion makers and proponents took to the social media to broadcast their messages to anyone who ...

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  • TISLAMABAD - As barely two days have left for the general election, electioneering has picked up the all-time high pace across the country. Lavish advertisements by political parties and candidates in the national media, buzzing of mobile phones with messages of candidates and ringing of door-bells ...

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  • TIslamabad - The caretaker federal government on Tuesday rejecting the concerns shown by the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan of manipulation in upcoming elections said that security forces had been given powers to ensure transparency during the elections. Caretaker Minister for Federal ...

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  • TISLAMABAD  -  National Agricultural Research Centre (NARC) Wednesday announced developing a new variety of high yielding garlic seed. The declaration was made after the committee members approved the new variety of NARC-G1. According to scientists the variety was picked up from wild and ...

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  • T­Islamabad  -  Pakistan's religious parties, written off as toothless in the recent past, are re-discovering its bits in the upcoming general election. The Muttahida Majlis-e- Amal — an alliance of religious political parties — is one of the right-wing group gearing up its ...

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  • T­Islamabad - Former parliamentarian and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf's candidate for NA-54 Islamabad, Asad Umer, may not have any mega project to his credit in the last five years, but he seems to be full of passion, energy and spirit to transform the lives of the rural population. “I promise ...

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  • TISLAMABAD - The foreign currency account holders may suffer a loss to the tune of Rs30244 million as banks have refused to pay them in international currency. According to State Bank of Pakistan May 2018 figures the total deposit in all the banks of the country is around $7560 million, ...

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  • TIslamabad - Facing a drought-like situation, Pakistan has been placed on the list of countries facing acute water scarcity but election manifestos of major political parties did not have any roadmap for building new water reservoirs to address the looming crisis. With less than a month to go ...

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  • TISLAMABAD - Commercial banks have refused to pay foreign currency account holders in international currency while State Bank of Pakistan insists that government has not frozen foreign currency accounts. The account holders who receive their salaries from foreign companies have been denied ...

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  • TISLAMABAD - New elected government would face a financial burden of around Rs250 billion despite the fact that partial payments were made under Rs180 billion Prime Minister Incentive Package for textile exports and around Rs150 billion recent extension. The outgoing government in its last days ...

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  • TISLAMABAD - The life in Bani Gala returned to normal Friday evening after dozens of PTI workers called off their protest on assurance from their party chief Imran Khan. The angry workers happily bestrode their rides, mostly buses parked in the empty plots of the area, after Imran assured them of ...

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