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  • PM to lay foundation of Hyderabad University next month, says governor

    KARACHI: Sindh Governor Muham­mad Zubair has announced that Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi will lay the foundation stone of the federal government-funded University of Hyder­abad next month and the funding for the Karachi Development Package, com­­mitted by the PM, would start within the next 10 days...

    The governor was speaking at a programme held at the Jinnah Sindh Medical University (JSMU) here on Friday to distribute 172...

  • Rights groups reject OECD approach on corporate tax avoidance

    LONDON: An international campaign to stamp out corporate tax dodging will fail and G20 leading economies should instead adopt a global minimum tax rate for multinationals, a coalition of 10 charities and human rights bodies said...

    The G20 asked the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) in 2013 to devise reforms to the international tax system to stop companies shifting profits into tax havens
  • Human rights groups urge US to grant asylum to Bangladesh bloggers

    WASHINGTON: A coalition of human rights groups on Monday urged the United States to offer emergency sanctuary to secular writers from Bangladeshi writers after a series of bloody attacks by militants...

    The rights groups, led by the PEN American Center, which advocates freedom of expression, said at least four others had been attacked while dozens more have been publicly threatened...

  • Offices of nine banned sectarian groups sealed in Sindh

    KARACHI: The Sindh government has received details about 62 ‘banned sectarian organisations’ from the federal authorities, bank accounts of the 13 of those groups have been frozen and offices of just nine of them have been sealed, it emerged on Sunday...

    They stated that the MoI had also sent category-wise sketchy details of the banned groups, which had never become dormant despite having been slapped with repeated bans...

  • Khawaja Asif calls for stronger stance against banned groups in country

    Following the BRICS nations' "regional security concern" over the militant groups allegedly based in Pakistan, Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif acknowledged the existence of such organisations, naming Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and the Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) among the internationally banned outfits operating from within Pakistan...

    According to Asif, the BRICS concerns about the militant groups should not be considered as China's official...

  • Three groups involved in police killings busted: Sindh CM Murad Shah

    Three different groups involved in the killing of policemen in Karachi have been busted by law enforcement agencies, Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah said at a Defence Day ceremony at Pakistan Air Force Masroor Base on Wednesday...

    "We have destroyed them [terrorist groups] to a considerable extent but there is still a lot of work to be done...

  • MQM-P invites rival groups, others to multiparty conference being held today

    KARACHI: Ahead of its multiparty conference scheduled to be held on Tuesday (today), the Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan for the first time made a party-level contact with its nemeses — the Pak Sarzameen Party and Mohajir Qaumi Movement, better known as the MQM-Haqiqi — on Monday and invited the leadership of the two breakaway factions to the planned event...

    The MQM-P had on Sunday decided to hold an MPC on Aug 22 to discuss...
  • Pakistan warns of RAW’s nexus with terrorist groups in Afghanistan

    ISLAMABAD: The For­ei­gn Office again warned on Thursday of Indian intelligence agency RAW’s nexus with terrorist groups in Afghanistan and asked Kabul and Nato’s Resolute Support Mission to prevent Afghan soil from being used against Pakistan...

    “We have information that RAW has developed a robust network with the Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), JuA and other terrorist groups in Afghanis­tan and they are being used for subversive...

  • US shares names of 20 terror groups with Pakistan

    WASHINGTON: The White House retains a list of 20 terrorist groups that the Trump administration claims are operating in Pakistan and Afghanistan and is believed to have shared this list with Pakistani officials, diplomatic sources told Dawn...

    ”The White House list, released on The Washington Post’s demand, includes three types of militants groups: those who launch attacks into Afghanistan, those who attack targets inside Pakistan and...

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