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Has PTI closed her doors for Ch.Nisar Ali Khan?

Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) has ruled out the possibility of leaving the field open for Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz dissident and former interior minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan. Talking to media, PTI Information Secretary Fawad Chaudhry said that they have already fielded party's vice-president Ghulam Sarwar Khan against Chaudhry Nisar in three out of the four constituencies he is contesting. Fawad Chaudhry further ruled out the possibility of a seat adjustment with Nisar. He said Nisar had never been a part of the PTI and he had already announced that he would contest the election ...
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Kulsoom Nawaz in Critical condition after Cardiac arrest: Maryam asks for prayers

Kulsoom Nawaz, the wife of deposed prime minister Nawaz Sharif, has been shifted to the intensive care unit (ICU) of a hospital in London after her health deteriorated ...
  3 days ago

NA-247: A dictator, a mayor, an activist – who deserves Karachi’s hot seat?

  With elections looming a mere 44 days from now, political parties have pitched their best candidates in the most powerful constituencies. With Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf ...
  4 days ago

Can election commission stop JuD offshoots to contest elections?

The Milli Muslim League’s (MML) Karachi chapter on Tuesday announced its candidates who will contest the general elections for different national and provincial assembly ...
  5 days ago

Azerbaijan envoy praises Pakistan Armys role for regional peace

Azerbaijan’s ambassador to Pakistan met the Chief of the Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa and lauded the role of Pakistan Army for regional peace.   The ...
  5 days ago

India should seriously consider 'limited war' with Pakistan: BJP leader

A leader of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and former Indian minister for occupied Kashmir has said that the Modi government should seriously consider a limited war with Pakistan to teach the Muslim country a lesson, reported The Economic Times. “Time has come to make the cost of military engagement of any kind with India unaffordable for Pakistan and for that a limited war with Pakistan, which several military strategists have recommended, should be seriously considered and that too at the earliest,” Chaudhry Lal Singh was quoted as saying by the Indian publication. The outburst ...
  17 hours ago

Dynasties, old and new: How Imran Khan disappointed his workers?

  It was generally believed that the rise of the PTI would change the political landscape of the 2018 general elections. It was believed that the PTI’s young candidates would weaken the tight grip of dynastic politics in Pakistan.   But the list of the ...
  3 days ago

Eid-ul-Fitar likely on Saturday in Pakistan

The Central Ruet-e-Hilal Committee (CRHC) will meet today to the sight the crescent for the month of Shawwal, which  marks the end of fasting month of Ramazan.   The Pakistan Meteorological Department said it is unlikely that the Shawal moon will be sighted on Thursday, ...
  4 days ago

UN agency hopes to win reprieve for Afghan refugees

  With the deadline [June 30, 2018] for repatriation of Afghan refugees living in Pakistan approaches, the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) is hopeful that the interim government would extend the stay of refugees. Afghan refugees living in Pakistan ...
  4 days ago

Are Iran and Israel heading toward open warfare?

  This year’s Quds (Jerusalem) Day in Iran was staged with greater fanfare than ever, not least because of rising tensions with Israel. Last month Israel claimed to have staged air strikes against the entire Iranian establishment in Syria. The air strikes of early May – widely judged to have been the most significant Israeli air assault on Syrian territory since the early 1980s – came on the heels of escalating tit-for-tat strikes involving Israel and the Iran-led alliance in Syria. In April Israel struck the T4 air base in Homs province, home to the Islamic Revolutionary Guards ...
  12 hours ago

At least 26 dead in Afghanistan suicide attack during Eid ceasefire

  A suicide bomber killed at least 26 people at a gathering of Taliban and Afghan armed forces in the eastern province of Nangarhar on Saturday, an official said, as soldiers and militants celebrated an unprecedented Eid ceasefire. The blast in the town of Ghazi ...
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State terrorism: India'Rising Kashmir editor-in-chief Shujaat Bukhari gunned down

Unidentified attackers on Thursday gunned down senior journalist and Rising Kashmir Editor-in-chief Shujaat Bukhari in Srinagar, according to reports. According to reports, Bukhari’s personal security officer also got critically injured in the attack. Bukhari was ...
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Yemeni troops repel Saudi attack on Hudaydah port

  Yemeni Ansarullah fighters have foiled a sea landing by Saudi and Emirati forces close to the port city of Hudaydah. "The Saudi coalition has not advanced at all in Hudaydah," Houthi official Dayfallah al-Shami said during a Wednesday interview with Lebanon's ...
  4 days ago

Europe's choice over Iran: uphold values or lose credibility

In a memo published in Euronews under title 'Europe's choice over Iran: uphold its values or surrender credibility', Seadat said the Iran deal known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) is an strategic agreement intended to establish peace in the Middle East and at international level. In order to save the deal, Europe and other parties to the deal should take timely and united actions, the Iranian ambassador said, adding the fruition of years of intense multilateral diplomacy is now on critical life support and without effective and timely intervention, the JCPOA will simply ...
  12 days ago

Iran to kick off new centrifuge production Wed. in Natanz

Ali Akbar Salehi, the Head of Iran's Atomic Energy Organization, said on Tuesday that Iran will start manufacturing new centrifuges in Natanz on 6 June, following the Leader's directives. “We cannot abide by the JCPOA and at the same time bear the brunt of US sanctions,” ...
  12 days ago

IRNA : The future of Chabahar Port

India is central to this port project as it remains keen on opening a trade route to Afghanistan and Central Asia, as part of an agreement signed between India and Iran in May 2016. India is to equip and operate two berths in Chabahar Port Phase-I with a capital investment ...
  5 months ago

PRESS TV | Jordan king: East Jerusalem must be Palestinian capital

Jordanian King Abdullah II bin al-Hussein has reiterated his support for the establishment of an independent Palestinian state, stating that East Jerusalem al-Quds must be the capital of such a country. During a meeting with German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier ...
  5 months ago

Kabul library bus drives Afghan children to read

Battling depression in educational institutes

What is up the sleeve of military establishment? – by Peja Mistry

Dear “anti establishment” Patwaris, mran Khan’s Jalsa in Lahore was massive

India to buy Israeli anti-tank missiles

Emirati prince approaches rival Qataris, seeks political asylum: Report

US closely monitoring Iranian forces in Persian Gulf: Navy chief

Ex-CIA chief blasts Trump as hypocrite

'World War 3' Google Searches Spike After Syria Strike

US Choppers Caught Evacuating ISIS Terrorists according to Syrian news agency

Philippines may become ISIS' next caliphate

Israeli prime minister Netanyahu rushed to hospital

US charges 9 Iranians of hacking universities, businesses

China’s Silk Road fires up Iran’s rail revolution

Saudi Arabia beheads Indonesian migrant worker

Israel owns and operates foreign policy of US: Journalist

‘US to open talks with Saudis on lucrative nuclear deal’

Israeli Police to Recommend Indicting Netanyahu

' Bahraini Royal visits Israel, Due in knesset

Hezbollah vows to defend Lebanon’s oil, gas against Israel

UK goes crazy, says Russia is planning mass murder

Peace proposal by US, Saudi Arabia ‘not even worth the ink’: Syria

UAE paid US firm to spread negative information about Qatar – NBC News

North Korean logistical delegation arrives in Seoul

US new strategy seeks to create complex situation for Iran: Defense minister

US ‘policy of Armageddon’ means nuclear attack even against non-nuclear states

Anti-Trump demonstrators march in Swiss capital

Yemen's Displaced Families Escape Death from Saudi War to Makeshift Camps

Protests hit Tunisia for 3rd night as PM warns of clampdown

Israeli regime can’t help terrorists in Syria with attacks: Damascus

Audio leaked of Netanyahu’s son bragging about dad’s shady gas deal outside strip club

Israel PM wants UNRWA closed amid US aid cut threat

US freezes $125 million in funding to Palestinian refugees: Report

North Korea agrees to high-level talks: South

The unwanted confession of Reuters to the connection of riots in Iran with the Zionist regime

Trump boasts of bigger 'nuclear button' than Kim Jong-un's

Nearly two dozen civilians killed in new Saudi airstrikes in Yemen

US choppers evacuate Daesh commanders from Syria’s Dayr al-Zawr: Report

63 teenagers refuse to join Israel army over human rights violations

US on verge of Soviet-style collapse: Ron Paul

Yemeni forces’ missile kills several Saudi mercenaries in Sana'a province

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