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  • SC orders vote verification in Saad Rafique's NA-125

    ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered verification of voter thumb impressions and counterfoils in Lahore's NA-125 constituency, where Railways Minister Saad Rafique of the PML-N had defeated Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf's (PTI) Hamid Khan in the 2013 general elections...

    A three-member bench headed by Chief Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali directed the National Database and Registration Authority (Nadra) to submit a report on vote...
  • Nearly 125,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled to Bangladesh in 11 days: UN

    COX’S BAZAAR: Nearly 125,000 mostly Rohingya refugees have entered Bangladesh since a fresh upsurge of violence in Myanmar on August 25, the United Nations said on Tuesday, as fears grow of a humanitarian crisis in the overstretched camps...

    The UN said 123,600 had crossed the border in the past 11 days from Myanmar’s violence-wracked Rakhine state
  • PML-N to have legal recourse against NA-125 verdict: Shahbaz

    VEHARI: Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has said the PML-N has reservations over the election tribunal’s judgment on NA-125 poll and the party will have legal recourse against the verdict...

    He said this while inaugurating various projects, including Sheikh Muhammad Din Trust Hospital for mentally challenged people at Dewan Sahib area of Burewala, here on Wednesday
  • NA-125 repercussions

    THE verdict of the judicial tribunal regarding NA-125 and PP-155 is enough to forecast the future...

    At the end of this month the decision of the judicial commission regarding 2013 election rigging is also expected
  • Verdict in NA-125 case reserved

    LAHORE: An election tribunal on Monday reserved a verdict in the NA-125 alleged rigging case after counsel for railways minister Saad Rafiq and PTI’s runner-up candidate Hamid Khan concluded their arguments...

    The tribunal will announce the verdict in the first week of May
  • Election tribunal orders re-election in NA-125, PP-155

    LAHORE: An election tribunal on Monday ordered re-election in Lahore's NA-125 and PP-155 constituencies after irregularities on the seats were proven during the 2013 general elections...

    The one-page statement released by tribunal said that the ballot bags had been opened with a sharp object and the records had been tampered with
  • 30pc extra ballot papers printed in NA-125: ECP witness

    ISLAMBAD: A witness produced by the Election Commission of Pakistan conceded before the poll inquiry commission on Monday that 30 per cent more ballot papers than the number of registered voters in the NA-125 constituency had been printed in the 2013 general elections...

    The Lahore constituency attained significance because it was bagged by PML-N leader and Railways Minister Khawaja Saad Rafique
  • SC suspends election tribunal verdict on NA-125, PP-155

    ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court on Monday suspended the decision of an election tribunal which ordered re-election in Lahore's NA-125 and PP-155 constituencies...

    Last week, the tribunal had found irregularities in NA-125 and PP-155 after which the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) had denotified the Railways Minister Khawaja Saad Rafique
  • ‘NA-125 verdict proves PPP mandate was stolen’

    LAHORE: The PPP has said the tribunal’s decision of re-poll in NA-125 has proved that the party’s mandate was stolen in 2013 elections...

    At a press conference held at the Press Club here on Tuesday PPP senior leader Navid Chaudhry claimed: “If fair and transparent elections are held in Punjab today the PPP will be the most successful party
  • Irregularities, not rigging, led to re-poll for NA-125

    LAHORE: The election tribunal which ordered re-election for NA-125, Lahore, on Monday primarily held the failure of the election staff in complying with the election laws and missing polling record as the basis of the decision...

    The judgement absolved PML-N nominees of any attempt to rig the polls
  • Twitter blocks 125,000 accounts in 'terrorist content' crackdown

    WASHINGTON: Twitter said Friday it suspended more than 125,000 accounts, most of them linked to the militant Islamic State (IS) group, as part of increased efforts to eradicate “terrorist content” on the popular messaging platform...

    The accounts frozen since mid-2015 were targeted “for threatening or promoting terrorist acts,” said Twitter, which is under pressure from governments to act but is also keen not to be seen as effectively...
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