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The holy cow: Why Punjab vehemently denies rangers operation?

 Leader of the Opposition in Punjab Assembly Mian Mehmood ur Rashid said that the deteriorating law and order situation in Punjab calls for the deployment of Rangers throughout the province and added that the provincial government has failed to provide security to the citizens as target killing is rampant in the province. He expressed these views while speaking on a point of order in Punjab Assembly on Monday. He was talking on the murder of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) worker Mirza Tanvir Baig who was killed by unidentified motorcyclists two days ago near Shahalam market in broad-day ...
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Turkey’s invasion: Erdogan’s strategic interests in Syria

Turkey sent tanks, warplanes and special operations forces into northern Syria on Wednesday in its biggest plunge yet into the Syrian conflict, enabling Syrian rebels to ...
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Buying Silence: How the Saudi Foreign Ministry controls Arab media

SHAFAQNA – On Monday, Saudi Arabia celebrated the beheading of its 100th prisoner this year. The story was nowhere to be seen on Arab media despite the story’s circulation ...
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Changing the history: FATA reforms and implementation

Advisor to Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz says Report on FATA Reforms has been finalised and will soon be presented in the Parliament for debate. Addressing ...
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 Global opiate trade:  Afghanistan’s poppy cultivation threatens world

 Pakistan is considered to be the main country through which narcotics produced in Afghanistan are transported to the rest of the world and Karachi is a key point on ...
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Curious absence: The missing defence minister of Pakistan

After a long time appearance Minister for Defence Khawaja Muhammad Asif has said over the period Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) leader Altaf Hussain has adopted a habit to speak against Pakistan, its security institutions and incite people to violence. Talking to media, the minister said Altaf Hussain had also been using indecent and derogatory language against the homeland during Pervez Musharraf’s regime. He also mentioned an anti-Pakistan speech by Altaf Hussain delivered in India during the Pervez Musharraf’s tenure and said no one had taken any action against him. He said Altaf was ...
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A prolonged closure: Chaman border dispute deepens

The situation along the Pak-Afghan border remains hostile as the closure of Chaman border entered into its tenth day. Pakistan Rangers had closed down Pak-Afghan border crossing after the Afghan civilians disrespected Pakistani flag. They pelted stones at Bab-e-Dosti on ...
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Medieval  mindset: In Pakistan poor born to serve the rich

 Controversial comments by PML-N Senator Sardar Mohammad Yaqoob Khan Nasar during a meeting of the Senate Functional Committee on Devolution on Thursday, when he said the poor are born to serve the rich, triggered a strong reaction and arguments from members of the ...
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An insolvable dispute: Pakistan Afghanistan in a fix on border opening

Pak-Afghan border remained closed for the sixth consecutive day in the town of Chaman , here on Tuesday. The border was closed after Afghan demonstrators had burnt Pakistan National Flag on last Thursday. "We cannot tolerate slogans against our country and burning our national ...
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Flight of capital:  No laws to restrict the movement of foreign currency

 The State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) on Wednesday said that around $7. 9 billion capital had flown out of the country in the last five years from foreign currency accounts opened under the protection of Economic Reforms Act 1992. The SBP officials informed the National Assembly's Standing Committee on Finance that there was no bar on transferring money abroad through foreign currency accounts. They informed that $1 billion were transferred abroad in the fiscal year 2010-11, $1.2 billion in the year 2011-12, $1.9 billion in 2012-13, $1.8 billion in 2013-14 and $2 billion were transferred in ...
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Changing face of nature: Italy’s earthquake a grim reminder to sleeping world

The death toll in the Italian earthquake stands at 241 as rescuers continue efforts to find survivors. Dozens of people are believed trapped in ruined Amatrice, Accumoli and Pescara del Tronto, in mountainous central Italy. There have been hundreds of aftershocks since ...
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The killer rain: Poor development or poor management?

 At least two minor and a young was killed while three others were injured as heavy rain lashed Lahore. The downpour in Lahore has turned weather pleasant but it has also created difficulties for the locals going to offices and schools. A resident of Sabzazar lost ...
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The death of Western democracies: “Censorship is the child of fear and the father of ignorance”

SHAFAQNA – It was Eugene O’Neill who said: “Censorship of anything, at anytime, in any place, on whatever pretense has always been and always will be the last resort of the boob and the bigot.”I must say I wholeheartedly agree … and while I found many ideas repulsive ...
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British-Pakistani community protests against MQM founder

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PM accords approval for 30 state of art hospitals

Pakistanis third largest to have applied for asylum in Britain

Religions’ solidarity conf. against ISIS, terrorism held in Bangladesh

Two MQM Rabitta Committee members detained at London airport

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Rangers say 848 target killers arrested since Sept 2013

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#Freethe3 social media campaign reaches new heights

London Muslims go to church in solidarity with Christians: ‘We will not let hatred win’

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Doctors Without Borders Evacuates Teams From Hospitals In North Yemen

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Half of UK parents let children under 14 drink alcohol at home

Quetta Blasts: State cannot afford artificial distinction between Good and Bad Extremists – by Bahadar Ali Khan

Letter from Pakistan on #IndependenceDayIndia: A thought for Partition survivors – by Ammara Ahmed

PML-F leader Imtiaz Sheikh joins PPP

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Four Astonishingly Beautiful Roads in Pakistan

Abuse of Muslims is now mainstream

Muslims, Jews and Christians join together

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