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  • PBC warns against raising strength of SC judges without consulting apex court

    ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Bar Council has threatened to challenge any legislation aimed at increasing the strength of the Supreme Court judges if done without taking the top court and the PBC into confidence...

    “The strength of the judges of the Supreme Court has to be determined only after mandatory and purposive consultations with the apex court as well as PBC, the latter being a vital stakeholder in the area of administration of justice...
  • Bill for south Punjab province: PML-Q minister raps PTI for ‘not consulting an ally’

    BAHAWALPUR: Federal Minister for Housing and Works Tariq Bashir Cheema has complained that the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) did not take into confidence its ally PML-Q while moving a private bill of ‘South Punjab province’ in the National Assembly...

    Addressing a press conference here on Thursday, the PML-Q minister expressed his dismay at his party being ignored by the PTI before moving the bill in the National Assembly and added that...
  • Tokyo Games consulting firm paid $370,000 to Diack’s son

    TOKYO: A consulting firm for Tokyo’s Olympic bid committee paid around $370,000 to the son of Lamine Diack, once one of the world’s most powerful sports officials, around the time Japan was picked to host the 2020 Games, Kyodo News reported on Monday...

    The report comes amid French investigations into the former head of Tokyo’s bid committee, Tsunekazu Takeda, for approving around $2 million in payments to Black Tidings, a now-defunct...

  • Apple opens map development office in India's Hyderabad

    NEW DELHI: Apple said Thursday it will open a development office in Hyderabad, as its chief executive Tim Cook continued his India charm offensive with an investment boon to one of the country's top technology hubs...

    It pits Apple against Google, which has made maps a key focus of its attempt to forge inroads in India, a vast but largely untapped Internet market where almost a billion people are still not online...

  • 'India-backed' terrorist group busted in Hyderabad, police claim

    Hyderabad police on Friday claimed to have busted a gang which was reportedly getting funding from India to sabotage China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) and target security personnel in Sindh...

    Hyderabad DIG Javed Alam Odho and SSP Pir Mohammad Shah held a joint press conference to share the details of the suspected terrorist group with the media...

  • Services chiefs warn India against aggression

    LANDI KOTAL/KARACHI: The three services chiefs have said their troops are fully prepared to counter any external aggression and protect the motherland and warned India not to underestimate fighting capabilities of Pakistan’s armed forces...

    Addressing a tribal jirga in Bara, Khyber Agency, on Thursday, Chief of the Army Staff Gen Raheel Sharif termed India’s claim about surgical strikes a drama and said: “India had staged a drama...

  • Bangladesh shuts down telecom services along India border amid 'security concerns'

    Bangladesh's telecom regulator has ordered operators to shut down services along the border with India citing security reasons, authorities said in a statement...

    Mobile network coverage has been suspended for one kilometre along the entire border with India until further notice “for the sake of the country's security in the current circumstances”, officials said in the statement, which was released on Monday...

  • India to restore text messaging services in occupied Kashmir

    NEW DELHI: Autho­rities in occupied Kashmir will restore text messaging services in the disputed region on Wednesday, almost five months after India’s government downgraded its semi-autonomy and imposed a strict security and communications lockdown, an official said on Tuesday...

    He said broadband internet services in government-run hospitals will also be restored...

  • India to regulate streaming services, online content

    India’s federal government will regulate content on video streaming platforms, including global services such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Walt Disney’s Hotstar, as part of rules announced this week...

    India’s ministry of information and broadcasting will oversee streaming video content, which was previously unregulated, a brief government circular said on Tuesday, without providing further details...

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