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  • Pakistan to question exclusion of Islamic countries from anti-terror alliance

    Answering a question posed by Senate chairman on exclusion of Syria, Iraq and Iran from the Saudi-led alliance, Aziz said on Monday the issue would be discussed in upcoming meetings in the next couple of weeks and also in the upcoming Organisation of Islamic Countries (OIC) summit...

    Related: Pakistan part of 34-state Islamic military alliance against terrorism, says KSAAziz, while winding up a motion moved by Senator Sehar Kamran...

  • US lawmakers question Pakistan’s policies

    WASHINGTON: Several members of the US Congress launched on Wednesday a multi-pronged attack on Pakistan, questioning its policies and priorities...

    Pakistan had to bear this humiliation for the $742 million that the Obama administration has proposed for the country in the next fiscal year...

  • Climate finance: The $100bn question for Pakistan

    Read: Climate finance: The $100bn question for PakistanBack in July, an OECD (a grouping of the 34 most developed economies globally) report claimed that progress towards that target was on track, and that developed countries had mobilised almost $60 billion of climate aid per year in 2013 and 2014...

    Most developing countries, represented by a group of 138 countries called the G77 and China (including both Pakistan as well as India,...

  • Mani urges ICC to question Thakur over Pakistan remarks

    KARACHI: Former International Cricket Council (ICC) president Ehsan Mani has criticised BCCI chief Anurag Thakur for his “inflammatory” comments on Pakistan and asked the PCB to push for India to be stripped off hosting ICC events...

    “The BCCI president, with his immature and inflammatory statements, has given an opening to Pakistan to plead its case more effectively at the ICC meeting,” the Indian Express quoted Mani as saying... ...

  • There's no question we need Pakistan's help with the Taliban: US official

    The US Assistant Secretary of Defense for Asian and Pacific Security Affairs, Randall G Schriver, said on Wednesday, during at an event organised by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington, that there is no question Pakistan's help is needed to deal with the Taliban...

    During a conversation with moderator Ashley Tellis from Carnegie, when asked regarding the triangular relationship between India, the US and...

  • The Rs10 billion question

    It is known that while Mr Khan may have learnt to be extremely cautious with names and words, he can still be a little rash when it comes to numbers...

    But Mr Khan’s risky swipe may end up causing injury to no one but his own standing...

  • Senators question civil departments’ ability to cope with natural disasters

    Take a look: Massive Afghan quake shakes Pakistan, other parts of South Asia They called for revival of the National Volunteer Movement to deal with emergency situations...

    Taking part in the debate in Senate, Mushahid Hussain of Pakistan Muslim League-Q (PML-Q) said that there had been no permanent chairman and deputy chairman of Erra which showed the government’s negligence towards this important issue...

  • 12 held in MDCAT question paper leak scam

    LAHORE: Law-Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) claim to have busted a 12-member racket (including its ringleader and medical students/doctors) in connection with the MDCAT question paper leak...

    Hundreds of millions of rupees had been recovered from the ringleader and some other members, he said, adding they had charged Rs2,000 per question to the students...

  • PPP raises question over Rangers’ takeover of court security on Nawaz’s appearance

    LARKANA: Pakistan Peoples Party Sindh president Nisar Ahmad Khuhro on Monday said it was a big question as to who had called in the Rangers, who took over security of the Islamabad Accountability Court in the morning when ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif was to appear before the judge...

    “Taking over security at the court by them [Rangers] on their own has raised the question about our institutions’ authority to exercise their...

  • The merger question

    Nobody can dispute the need for structural institutional reforms in Pakistan...

    It is implausible to assume that a model of separately reformed institutional structure can be put in place in Fata that is different from the rest of Pakistan...

  • NAB chief orders inquiry into NTS question papers ‘leak’

    ISLAMABAD: Taking notice of the reports of leaking of question papers in National Testing Service’s examinations and alleged irregularities in the institution, National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Chairman retired Justice Javed Iqbal on Friday ordered an inquiry into NTS affairs...

    The previous government of the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) followed the NTS system for induction into government departments making it mandatory for the...

  • Las Vegas shooter's girlfriend back in US, FBI to question her

    Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock's girlfriend returned to the United States and was met by FBI agents eager to hear whatever she might know about the motive behind the worst mass shooting in US history which left 58 people dead and more than 500 wounded...

    Although the FBI wants to talk to her, Marilou Danley, 62, is not in custody — she is classified as a “person of interest” to investigators — and is free to go wherever she wants, US...
  • ‘No question of this case being closed’

    As they are absconding from Pakistan, they can only be brought to trial when they return to Pakistan and Pakistan has no extradition treaty with the UK...

    However, the case and evidence against these suspects remains open so there is no question of this case being closed with Saulat Mirza,” he concluded...

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