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  • LDA for ban on property transfer in 89 illegal schemes in Punjab

    LAHORE: The Lahore Development Authority (LDA) has sent a reference to the Lahore Metropolitan City and districts of Kasur, Sheikhupura and Nankana Sahib to impose a ban on transfer/transaction of property in housing societies developed illegally in violation of the Integrated Master Plan-2021...

    It means if someone develops a residential project/scheme in the areas other than those fixed for such purposes would not be...

  • Azhar hopes Pakistan transfer Test form into England ODIs

    LONDON: Pakistan One-Day International (ODI) captain Azhar Ali wants to see the team take the form that has made them the world's number one-ranked Test side into their ODI series against England...

    Azhar was a member of the Pakistan team that secured an impressive 2-2 draw in a recent four-Test series against England and is now looking for his side to hit similar heights in the five-match ODI series starting in Southampton on...

  • Azhar hopes Pakistan transfer Test form into England ODI series

    SOUTHAMPTON: Pakistan one-day captain Azhar Ali wants to see the team take the form that had made them the world’s number one-ranked Test side into their one-day series against England...

    Azhar was a member of the Pakistan team that secured an impressive 2-2 draw in a recent four-Test series against England and is now looking for his side to hit similar heights in a five-match One-day International series starting in Southampton on...

  • Pakistan will not transfer weapons of mass destruction to states or non-state actors: Aziz

    Adviser to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz on Tuesday reaffirmed Pakistan's commitment not to transfer weapons of mass destruction to states or non-state actors...

    Delivering a keynote address on the implementation of UN Security Council resolution 1540 in Islamabad, Aziz said as a responsible nuclear state, Pakistan will continue to partner with international community to prevent non-state actors from acquiring...

  • Pakistan to follow guidance on radioactive sources’ transfer: FO

    ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office on Wednesday said that the global nuclear watchdog — the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) — has been intimated about Pakistan’s intent to subscribe to the Guidance on the Import and Export of Radioactive Sources (GIERS)...

    The GIERS supplements the ‘code of conduct on the safety and security of radioactive sources’ and aims to provide for an adequate transfer of responsibility when a source is...

  • Democratic transfer of power in Pakistan must continue, says Wells

    WASHINGTON: The establishment of civilian rule and the democratic transfer of power in Pakistan is one of the country’s great achievements and Washington would like to see this process succeed, says the head of the South Asian affairs at the US State Department...

    In a roundtable with journalists in Washington on Thursday, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary Alice Wells also said that the US was continuing its conversation with...

  • US removes Pakistan from intellectual property shame list; India, China stay

    The Obama administration on Wednesday kept China, Russia and India on its annual list of countries with the worst records of preventing the theft of intellectual property, while a number of steps taken in this direction cleared Pakistan's path to be removed from the list...

    India stays on the highest priority watch list due to lack of measurable improvements to its intellectual property legal framework, despite stepped up enforcement...

  • Pakistan property market basks in Dubai slowdown

    KARACHI: A flow of money from a slowing Dubai property market to Pakistan has pushed up prices, as much as double in some areas...

    Property dealers and de­­ve­­lopers said higher demand, especially in Karachi and Islamabad, was driving prices higher on a daily basis...

  • US will act if Pakistan does not destroy safe havens: CIA

    WASHINGTON: CIA Director Mike Pompeo has warned Pakistan that if it does not eliminate the alleged safe havens inside its territory, the United States will do “everything we can” to destroy them...

    As Defence Secretary Jim Mattis arrives in Islamabad on Monday to persuade Pakistan to support the new US strategy for Afghanistan, the Trump administration is sending mixed signals to its estranged ally...

  • US says Pakistan failed to act against Taliban, Haqqani Network

    The United States has once again accused Pakistan of not taking significant action against the militant outfits and accusing them of operating from "Pakistan-based safe havens" to threaten the US and Afghan forces in Afghanistan...

    The US State Department, in its annual “Country Reports on Terrorism 2016” released on Wednesday, said Islamabad has failed to take significant action to constrain the ability of the Afghan Taliban and...

  • Sarfraz asks England’s NCA to act against fixing in Pakistan cricket

    LAHORE: Former Test fast bowler Sarfraz Nawaz, bitterly disappointed with the attitude of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and the International Cricket Council (ICC), has now approached England’s National Crime Agency (NCA) to take his voice and evidences seriously against gambling, betting and match-fixing in Pakistan cricket...

    Sarfraz also appealed to the NCA, which is already involved in the inquiry of the spot-fixing scam...

  • Ghani says Kabul attack 'orchestrated' from Pakistan, asks Gen Raheel to act against terrorists

    ISLAMABAD: Afghanistan’s President Ashraf Ghani on Thursday said that the attack on American University in Kabul was “organised and orchestrated” from Pakistan...

    Afghan authorities shared three mobile numbers with Pakistan, saying these numbers were in allegedly in contact with the assailants from inside Pakistan during the university attack, said a statement issued by Inter-Services Public Relations...

  • Afghanistan asks Pakistan to act against militants after talks

    ISLAMABAD: Afghanistan asked Pakistan to act against Afghan Taliban militants operating on its territory during weekend talks in Kabul, while Pakistan said the South Asian neighbours needed to build trust, officials said after the meetings...

    Afghanistan and Pakistan have long accused each other of sheltering Taliban fighters and other Islamist militants who conduct attacks inside their territory, charges both deny...

  • US urges Pakistan to act against Lashkar-e-Taiba, Fata safe havens

    At a news briefing in Washington, US State Department’s spokesperson John Kirby reminded Pakistan of its pledge to take effective action against Lashkar-e-Taiba...

    The issue was raised again at a State Department briefing when a reporter referred to former military ruler Pervez Musharraf’s recent interview in which he acknowledged the presence of certain militant outfits in Pakistan during his reign...

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