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Extremism, Intolerance and Fanaticism not allowed in Islam

Islam does not allow any particular community to enforce its ideas and views on others so there is no room of fanaticism, extremism and intolerance in Muslim community and no one has the right to be despotic and authoritarian in his opinion. Only moderation and tolerance are the basic and salient features of Islam and both can be an ultimate ... Read More »

Politicians demand ban on private practice of Surgeons and Physicians

The office bearers of different representative unions have called upon the provincial government to ban private practice by in-service physicians and surgeons to ensure better medical treatment in the government hospitals. In a survey conducted by this reporter on Tuesday, they said that the present government was being spending huge amount to provide best healthcare to the patients in DHQ, ... Read More »

Time to Unite against Taliban and Polio says Bilawal Bhutto

Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, patron-in-chief of the PPP, on Tuesday said that they will eradicate polio if the government is able to wipe out the banned Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP). In his latest tweet following an attack on polio team that killed three workers in Karachi, he said: “Eradicate TTP & we will eradicate polio.” He said that terrorism and drone strikes ... Read More »

Pakistan is a Sovereign Nation, Won’t accept US Aid with Strings Attached: Iqbal

Declaring that Pakistan was a sovereign country and both states should respect each other’s laws, Federal Minister for Planning and Development Prof Ahsan Iqbal said Tuesday that Islamabad would not accept any US aid with strings attached. Referring to US decision of linking Pakistan’s aid with release of Shakil Afridi, the federal minister said that each other’s laws should be ... Read More »

Former PM Gillani claims Nawaz’s Government has failed

Asking the nation to forget about local government elections, former prime minister and senior vice chairman of PPPP Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani has said that the PML-N encouraged the youths to become turncoats by tossing the idea of non-party local government polls. In an exclusive interview with The Nation, Gilani said the local governments played the role of political nurseries ... Read More »

PM and Iftikar Chaudhry Wrongly Targetted by Pervez Musharaf: ex CJP Sheikh

The prosecution has said that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and former Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry are being unnecessarily targeted by the defence in the high treason case against ex-President Pervez Musharraf. “The federation and the Constitution are the party in the case against Musharraf and not the incumbent prime minister and ex-Chief Justice,” lead prosecutor Akram Sheikh Tuesday told ... Read More »

3 Polio Workers killed in Pakistan by Taliban

Gunmen killed three health workers taking part in a polio vaccination drive in Karachi on Tuesday, prompting the provincial polio workers’ association to declare a halt to operations across Sindh province. Armed men also opened fire at a polio team in Oghi town of Mansehra killing one worker. In Panjgur district of Balochistan, miscreants snatched a car from the polio ... Read More »

Spanish Cyclist injured, Six Guards killed in Pakistan

Gunmen on Wednesday shot dead six guards protecting a Spanish cyclist in a violent and remote area of western Pakistan where a bus bomb killed 24 Shi’ite pilgrims a day earlier, police said. The cyclist, who suffered minor wounds, had crossed into Pakistan’s western province of Baluchistan from Iran, they said. Six guards were wounded. Police said they did not ... Read More »

Hajj Agreement 2014 Signed between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia

Pakistan and Saudi Arabia signed an agreement for hajj arrangements for this year. The agreement was signed by Religious Affairs Minister Sardar Yousuf and his Saudi counterpart Dr. Bandar al-Hajjar in Jeddah today. According to the agreement, 1,43,000 Pakistanis will perform Hajj this year. Their limit of stay in Saudia will be 40 days. Officials said a final approval in ... Read More »

Mastung Blast Victims Families protesting with Dead Bodies of their Loved Ones

Families of those killed in Tuesday’s blast near pilgrims’ bus in Mastung staged a protest sit-in against the incident in Quetta, calling for action against militants. A Quetta bound pilgrims bus, coming from Taftan area of Iran, caught fire after a powerful blast in Daringarh area of Mastung, leaving 25 persons dead and over 50 injured. Banned militant outfit, Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, ... Read More »

Pakistan Army killed 36 Foreigners including Taliban Commanders in North Waziristan

Key Taliban commanders in addition to 33 Uzbeks and three Germans are killed in North Waziristan tribal agency in a counter offensive of the armed forces launched yesterday. Reports quoting military sources that majority of the terrorists killed in the operation were foreigners. Some of the key commanders, including Wali Mohammad, Ismat Shaheen Batni, Noor Badshah, Maulvi Farhad Uzbek, of ... Read More »

50 TTP workers arrested over Rawalpindi Bombings

Police and security agencies arrested at least 50 suspects in Rawalpindi where a Taliban-claimed suicide blast near the Pakistan Army headquarters left 14 people dead and 31 injured yesterday. Authorities have booked Chief of banned Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) Fazlullah and spokesman Shahidullah Shahid as accused in a preliminary investigation report under Section 109 for consultation/collaboration for the blast. Officials said ... Read More »

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