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  • Continue previous pay deal for 12 months, suggests Clarke

    SYDNEY: Australia’s cricketers and board should extend their previous agreement by 12 months while they attempt to find a solution to a bitter pay dispute, former captain Michael Clarke said on Tuesday...

    The previous Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) expired at midnight on Friday with no sign of a deal in place, leaving around 230 leading cricketers without contracts and the fate of future tours in limbo...

  • Previous govt ignored Upper Dir: MNA

    UPPER DIR: Jamaat-i-Islami parliamentary leader in National Assembly MNA Sahibzada Tariqullah said here on Monday that Upper Dir had been totally ignored during the previous government...

    Addressing a public meeting in Wari, he said that local elected representatives in the previous government also kept the district backward...

  • Govt, opposition may present in SC previous ToR

    The government has termed the opposition’s bill “completely “discriminatory, aiming at “targeting” the prime minister, whose name was not even mentioned in the Panama Papers...

    The proposed law makes it binding upon all those whose names have appeared in the Panama Papers to provide judges of the commission access to their bank accounts...

  • Syrian talks ‘more positive’ than previous round: opposition

    GENEVA: More than a week of UN-sponsored peace talks ended in Geneva on Friday, the main opposition group said, calling the results “more positive” than previous rounds...

    As in previous rounds, Syrian regime and opposition negotiators did not meet face-to-face, with de Mistura shuttling between the delegations...

  • CDA auctioned plots at ‘throwaway prices’ under previous govt

    ISLAMABAD: The Capital Development Authority (CDA) faced a loss of Rs848 million by auctioning 29 commercial and residential plots at throwaway prices during the previous government...

    In response to auditors’ remarks, the CDA stated: “Keeping in view the market trends and previous auction results the CDA Board accepted the highest bids against plots...

  • PTI fulfilled all promises made during previous polls: CM Khattak

    SWABI: Chief Minister Pervez Khattak said here on Monday that PTI leadership fulfilled all the pledges made with the people during the 2013 elections...

    Addressing the inaugural ceremony of a portion of Swat Expressway at Capt Karnal Sher Khan Interchange on Islamabad-Peshawar Motorway, he said that provincial government introduced result-oriented reforms and succeeded to make the institutions stronger
  • Why did JI fail to repeat its previous performance in Karachi?

    KARACHI: Once a major stakeholder in Karachi’s politics, the Jamaat-i-Islami (JI), a component of the five-party Muttahida Majlis-i-Amal alliance, has found itself reduced to only one provincial assembly seat in the 2018 general elections...

    Arguably, its peak time in the electoral politics was in the 2002 elections when it fought elections from the platform of the MMA and won as many as five national assembly and seven seats of the...
  • E-challan blues: Previous owners of vehicles pay for violations by present ones

    LAHORE: Fine tickets are not reaching thousands of actual violators of traffic laws being captured by the Punjab Safe Cities Authority (PSCA) cameras under the e-challan system as there is no official record to show who owns the vehicles at present...

    Though getting vehicles transferred in the name of a new buyer within a specific period of time is a legal requirement, the absence of any enforcement mechanism encourages many to avoid...
  • Minister terms all previous budgets fake

    LAHORE: Federal Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry on Sunday said that all previous budgets were fake and now real budgets were being presented...

    ”He said that Opposition Leader in National Assembly Shahbaz Sharif was in jail only on papers as he was living in his house and holding meetings and sometimes even called the NAB and prosecutors to appear before him...

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