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  • Reservations regarding CPEC echo in Senate

    Senators on Friday presented a motion in the Upper House expressing concerns that Pakistan appears to be getting the short end of the stick in Free-Trade Agreements (FTA) struck up with Beijing as part of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project...

    Senator Mian Atiq presented a motion in this regard, which also raised concerns that China was not utilising various economic concessions granted to it by Pakistan
  • Changes in economic corridor route echo in KP Assembly

    PESHAWAR: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly through a unanimously adopted resolution on Tuesday opposed changes in the original plan of China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), saying it would create disharmony amongst the federating units...

    “The Assembly of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa resolves and recommends to the federal government that the national consensus evolved on May 28, 2015 in APC should be implemented in letter and spirit,” said the...
  • Calls for transgender rights echo in NA budget debate

    ISLAMABAD: An MNA from the ruling party, on Thursday, raised her voice for an oft-forgotten segment of society...

    “I want to speak for a segment of society that is neither heard from nor allowed to speak; the transgender community,” said Shaza Fatima Khawaja, a PML-N lawmaker from Sialkot
  • Nisar, Maulana Aziz’s names echo in NA

    ISLAMABAD: Once again, the names of Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan and Maulana Abdul Aziz of Lal Masjid echoed in the National Assembly on Monday...

    Speaking on a point of order, the chief whip of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PIT) in the lower house, Dr Shireen Mazari, sought clarification from the interior minister if there were FIRs registered against the controversial cleric
  • Controversial banners, Imran’s remarks echo in Senate

    ISLAMABAD: The controversy over banners inviting military takeover recently put up by a little-known political party and remarks of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf chief Imran Khan about people distributing sweets in case of a military coup echoed in the Senate on Tuesday, with members asserting that no one was indispensable...

    Hafiz Hamdullah of the Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam-Fazl raised the issue in the house, saying the politicians discussed...
  • US police shootings echo through criminology classrooms

    NEW YORK: A new crop of ads on New York City subway cars reads “Justice now, but justice how?” The words evoke the tone of street protests over police killings of black men across the United States during the past three years...

    But the ads are not a plea from civil rights activists
  • Musharraf’s remarks on army’s ‘pressure’ echo in SC

    ISLAMABAD: A controversial statement of former military ruler Gen Pervez Musharraf echoed in the Supreme Court during the hearing of a case moved by model Ayyan Ali on Thursday...

    However, Chief Justice-designate Mian Saqib Nisar made it clear that the judiciary did not decide cases due to pressures from various quarters but in accordance with its conscience and the law
  • Austria hints at border closures in echo of Europe’s last migration crisis

    VIENNA: Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz hinted on Saturday that borders could be closed across the Balkans in response to a rush of migrants towards Greece from Turkey, echoing action taken during Europe’s 2015-16 migration crisis...

    Greek police fired teargas to push back hundreds of migrants gathered on the border with Turkey on Saturday, as a crisis over Syria shifted onto the European Union’s doorstep
  • The accused is famous...

    The very first line of the recently released decision of Judge Shri Deshpande begins with the most important fact of this hit-and-run case: the accused is famous...

  • Famous Dadar sanatorium turns into a ghost house

    MANSEHRA: The sanatorium in Dadar area , once the biggest centre for treatment of tuberculosis in the entire Asia, has turned into a ghost house as neither the federal nor provincial government is bothering to repair its major blocks which were destroyed in flash floods in 2001 and later in the devastating earthquake in 2005...

    The sanatorium, which was established in 1939 on an area of about 1,600 kanals for the treatment of...
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