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  • There’s no comparison between Benazir Bhutto and Maryam Nawaz: Chandio

    HYDERABAD: Pakistan Peo­ples Party-Parliamentarians information secretary Maula Bux Chandio has dismissed comparisons between slain PPP leader Benazir Bhutto and Maryam Nawaz and said it is impossible for the “pampered child of House of Sharif” to reach the stature of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto’s daughter...

    Maryam Nawaz went to record her statement before joint investigation team probing alleged financial irregularities revealed by Panama...

  • Imran resents comparison between him and Sharif

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan on Sunday expressed resentment at being compared to his arch-rival, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, saying “his case and my case are very different”...

    “He is accused of money laundering, tax evasion, concealment of assets and forgery...

  • 'No comparison between Kashmir and Balochistan,' Zehri slams Modi

    There is no comparison between the struggle for liberation in India-held Kashmir and the so-called Balochistan insurgency," Zehri said...

    The Indian premier's speech on Aug 15, India's Independence Day, sparked protests across Balochistan, with large numbers of tribesmen taking to the streets in protest in Dera Bugti, Khuzdar, Quetta, Chaman and other parts of the province...

  • Chandio reacts to Sattar’s comparison of Mohajirs with Burmese Muslims

    HYDERABAD: Pakistan Peoples Party-Parliamentarians information secretary Maula Bux Chandio has strongly reacted to MQM-P chief Dr Farooq Sattar’s comparison of Urdu-speaking community with the ‘world’s most persecuted minority’ Rohingya Muslims, and said Dr Sattar should always be thankful to God for all the blessings bestowed on him...

    As per law, an IGP was answerable to chief executive of the province and home ministers and he was...

  • De Kock plays down Gilchrist comparison

    But de Kock played down the comparison after pounding 104 off 143 balls, including 17 boundaries...

    “Some days I can get off to a good start and keep a good momentum for the team, and some days I am going to need to grind it out,” de Kock said...

  • PAC okays unauthorised arms deal between intel agency, motorway police

    ISLAMABAD: Despite opposition from a PML-N lawmaker, the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) on Tuesday hastily settled a para regarding an unauthorised weapons deal between Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) and the National Highways and Motorway Police (NHMP)...

    The committee had taken up NHMP’s audit report for the year 2013-2014, and the fact that the ISI was in the business of selling arms surprised several members of the PAC...

  • ‘Peace talks, trade the only way to resolve Pakistan-India conflict’

    KARACHI: Trade and a peace dialogue are the only way to resolve the conflict between India and Pakistan, said renowned journalist Jatin Desai while speaking at the Pakistan-India Forum for Peace and Democracy on Monday...

    Compered by journalist Wusatullah Khan, the event was organised at the Jinnah Medical and Dental College to discuss ways to get rid of “overwhelming war-mongering on both sides”...

  • India-Pakistan conflict will harm both, warns expert

    NEW DELHI: Armed escalation between India and Pakistan will harm both, former Indian national security adviser M...

    He was speaking in Chennai amid reports that the prime ministers of India and Pakistan, though they have no plans to meet, will be staying in the same hotel in New York during this week’s UN General Assembly meet...

  • Pakistan won’t start military conflict with India: PM

    LAHORE: Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Monday both Pakistan and India are nuclear-armed states and escalation of tension may threaten world peace, adding that Pakistan will never start a military conflict...

    He said the two countries were sitting on a ticking bomb that warranted a joint strategy to resolve grave issues of poverty, joblessness and imminent threat of climate change rather than talking of war...

  • No Pakistan-India conflict imminent but international powers 'must act': PM Imran

    Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday said that although Pakistan and India are currently not close to engaging in an all-out conflict, international powers including the United Nations and United States "must act" to prevent tensions between the two nuclear-armed countries from reaching a point of no return...

    Speaking during an interview with the International Media Council on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum annual...

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