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  • Ufone says will provide compensation to families of labourers killed in Kharan gun attack

    The Supreme Court on Wednesday ordered cellular service provider Ufone to submit a complete financial plan for compensation to the families of six labourers who were gunned down while fixing the company's cellphone tower in the Liji area, in Balochistan's Kharan district on May 3...

    A two-judge bench ? comprising Justice Umar Atta Bandial and Justice Ijazul Ahsan ? heard the case after Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Mian Saqib...

  • Ufone moves court against NAB inquiry

    Last month, NAB had issued a call-up notice to Naveed Butt, chief regulatory head of Ufone, in connection with an “inquiry against management of Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) for illegal award of next generation mobile service (LTE/4G) to M/s PTML/Ufone”...

    It also stated that the subject inquiry revealed that “you are in possession of information/evidence regarding illegal award of LTE/4G to M/s PTML/Ufone without...

  • More than 200 protesters booked under terror charges in Karachi

    The Docks police on Wednesday registered a case against more than 200 protesters under terror charges for allegedly protesting violently against an anti-encroachment drive in the Machar Colony area of the metropolis, said police officials...

    Earlier in the day, the protesters resisted the drive to demolish ‘illegal homes’ to pave way for the much-needed Karachi Circular Railway but the drive turned violent when the angry mob pelted...

  • Karachi's honour killing accused booked under terror charges

    KARACHI: Mominabad police on Friday booked an accused of honour-killing over terror charges and also arrested his father over abettment to commit the crime...

    The police on Friday also arrested the suspect’s father, Inayat and added Section 109 (punishment of abatement if the act abetted committed in consequence and where no express provision is made for its punishment) of Pakistan Penal Code, said SSP Investigation West Zone Akhtar...

  • Police book presiding officer in Karachi over charges of impersonation, forgery

    Karachi police on Monday booked a presiding officer over charges of impersonation, forgery and cheating on the orders of a judge of City Courts, said City Zone SSP Dr Samiullah Soomro...

    Police have invoked Sections 419, 420, 468, 471 and 34 of the Pakistan Penal Code against DMC West Zone official Waheedullah, who was appointed as the presiding officer of PS-93 and PS-95 in Korangi district...

  • NAB initiates probe against NICVD Karachi over corruption charges

    The Karachi chapter of National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has initiated an inquiry against the National Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases (NICVD) Karachi over corruption charges and ordered the concerned officials to appear before it on Monday along with all relevant records...

    According to a letter sent by the bureau to the executive director of NICVD, the accountability watchdog has initiated an inquiry against the officers and...

  • Kabul’s charges of terrorists’ influx from Pakistan rejected

    ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office rejected on Thursday fresh allegations levelled by Kabul about the influx of terrorists in Afghanistan from Pakistan and called for closer cooperation to deal with the issue of cross-border terrorism...

    “I do not have any information which corroborates that terrorists and militants were going from Pakistan and were involved in these acts,” FO Spokesperson Tasnim Aslam said at the weekly media briefing... ...

  • Pakistan demands 'proof' of terror charges for deportees

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Tuesday instructed its diplomatic missions in European capitals to demand evidence of a potential crime when host countries sought to deport illegal immigrants being held on terror charges to Pakistan...

    During a meeting on Tuesday, Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan directed Pakistani diplomatic missions in Europe to demand proof from host governments that wanted to deport Pakistanis on terror charges, a...

  • Bangladesh charges garment factory owner with murder

    DHAKA: Bangladeshi police on Monday charged 41 people including the owner of the Rana Plaza factory complex with murder over the building's collapse in 2013 that killed more than 1,100 people...

    The Chief Judicial Magistrate's Court in Dhaka formally accepted a charge sheet from police against Sohel Rana, 35, and the others in connection with the collapse, the country's worst ever industrial disaster
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