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Daily Archives: March 19, 2011
US State Department has decided to close its embassy and its consulates across Pakistan for two days citing security concerns emerging after Davis release. Reliable sources said that the decision … Continue reading
The religious and social organizations staged protests in Lahore, Karachi and Peshawar against release of Raymond Davis, here on Thursday. According to media reports, release of Raymond Davis killer of … Continue reading
Jamaat-e- Islami (JI) has filed adjournment motion in senate against release of US citizen Raymond Davis. The motion has been filed by JI senators including Professor Khurshid Ahmad, professor Ibrahim Khan and Aafia Zia Thursday. Motion is based on several … Continue reading
Provincial Minister for Law, Rana Sana Ullah has said that if allegations leveled against him by Ch Zaheer would prove true that he visited the court in connection with Raymond … Continue reading
Former foreign minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has said issue of Pakistani degrees does not only exist in foreign countries but it is there in Pakistani assemblies as well. Shah Mehmood Qureshi said this … Continue reading
Chief Minister Sindh Sayed Qaim Ali Shah on Wednesday said that the reservations of MQM on law and order situation in Karachi will be addressed, in this connectiona joint committee has been constituted to tackle the situation. He expressed these … Continue reading
President Asif Ali Zardari has said that the PPP in Punjab will play the role of a responsible opposition and will not do anything that will destabilize the provincial government. or weaken democracy in any way or undermine the broad … Continue reading