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Analysts believe that history is in the making with a not-so-new political party in Pakistan proving its existence and importance in the key areas of the country after May 11 general elections. Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaaf Party has emerged as the second largest party in the polls. PTI Chief, former
The special anti-terrorism court (ATC) of Islamabad extended the judicial remand of Pervez Musharraf for 14 days on Saturday. The court learned that Aamir Nadeem Tabish has been appointed as the new public prosecutor in the judge’s detention case.
The court was also informed that Advocate Chaudhry
Accepting its defeat, the Awami National Party (ANP) has announced to sit in the opposition benches in the National Assembly and Senate as well as provincial assemblies. ANP Chief Asfandyar has accused the terrorist groups to have hampered their political campaigns which led to their massive defeat.
The winning tigers of May 11 elections are now contemplating on the key issues faced by Pakistan. Senior members of Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) are holding extended meetings to sketch comprehensive solutions for major problems like power shortage, inflation, unemployment and terrorism.
After engagement breakup with Pakistani-American pilot Naveed Parvez, the scandal queen Meera is once again ready to get engaged and to tie the knot.
Known for her breakup with Naveed Parvez, the son of Raja Khalid Pervez, and the wedding controversy with Attiqur Rehman, actress Meera is
PPP deputy secretary General Raza Rabbani blames the global establishment for his party’s terrible defeat in May 11 elections. He accused foreign agencies for plotting against People’s Party and ensuring that their election campaign is greatly hindered. Senator Rabbani also alleged that the
Pakistan People’s Party stalwarts began to resign from senior positions after the majority elected Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) to form the next government. Sherry Rehman resigned as the Ambassador to the US and so did the Governor of Punjab. On the contrary, the Attorney General of Pakistan
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