Shahbaz Sharif's act, of keeping 18 ministries to himself, challenged in High Court

Monday, 30 January 2012

29-1-2012
Lahore: Shahbaz Sharif has been challenged in Punjab High Court on the basis that he has kept 18 ministries to himself. 
Naushab Khan Advocate has submitted a petition in Lahore High Court in which he has made Chief Minister Punjab's principal secretary the opposite party. It has been said in petition that Chief Minister has not been able to fulfil his constitutional responsibilities due to his act and the recent drug reaction in Punjab Institute of Cardiology is an open proof of that.

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Altaf Hussain asks his workers to allow him to come back to Pakistan

29-1-2012
Karachi: Altaf Hussain has said that he wants to come back to Pakistan and asked his workers to allow him to come back to Pakistan. He said that MQM will be the biggest party by the grace of Allah in near future.
He was addressing a gathering of party workers at Nine Zero after the success of Sukkur Convention.

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US bombs can not destroy Iranian Nuclear Installations

28-1-2012
Washington: American bombs can not destroy Iranian Nuclear Installations. It is to be remembered that US spent USD 330 Million on the bunker0buster bombs for the destruction of South Korean and Iranian Nuclear Installations. American Defence Secretary, Leon Panetta, has accepted that against Iran's deep bunker American bombs are ineffective.

                                 
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Hashmi terms Imran a shaving-Taliban

28-1-2012
Multan: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader, Javed Hashmi, has compared Imran Khan to the Talibans who do shave. He also said the Pakistan Defence Council's name was maintained by him and that the council is not only for the defence of Pakistan but also Islam.

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TTP release chinese doctor, who had kidnapped from Banaras

27-1-2012
Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan have released the Chinese Dentist, Chin Wong-Chow, who they had kidnapped from Banaras, Orangi Town Karachi. The abductors had asked for a ransom of Rs. 15 Million from the abducted doctor's family.
The Chinese Consulate had contacted I.G Sindh Mushtaq Shah in this case. And on I.G Sindh's instructions, Police had conducted a search operation in Saeedabad. After this one of the abductors came to Police and told them about Doctor Chin Wong-Chow and his location.


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(Video) Eunuch dances at ANP's celebrations in Mingora, Sawat

Sawat: Wow, Now this is cripsy news. ANP workers are actually fans of eunuchs. Do not believe us? Watch the videos on Youtube in which ANP men are dancing with eunuchs in the open air of Islamic Republic of Pakistan.

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Maya Khan fired for show that chased dating couples in Karachi

Saturday, 28 January 2012

Deccan Herald
Islamabad, Jan 28, 2012: A morning TV show host who earned the ire of people across Pakistan when she accosted ''immoral''couples dating in Karachi's parks has been fired by her channel.
Samaa TV channel acted against Maya Khan after she failed to offer an unconditional apology for her show that was criticised by ordinary Pakistanis and media analysts.
Scores of people signed petitions asking Samaa to take action against her for harassing dating couples on her show "Subha Savera Maya Khan Ke Saath".
In response to numerous complaints against Khan over the week, Samaa's chairman Zafar Siddiqi wrote in an email today: "We asked Maya to apologise unconditionally which she did not. The CEO asked her to do that on Friday which she refused".
Siddiqi, also the founder of CNBC Africa and CNBC Pakistan, said Khan and her team would "receive termination notices" on January 30 and her show would be stopped the same day.
Khan initially refused to apologise for her show against dating, in which she was seen asking couples to prove they were married by showing their 'nikaahnama' or marriage certificate.
Samaa subsequently aired a formal apology for the show and beamed a short clip in which Khan said she had never intended to hurt anyone.
Many noted that Khan had shown no remorse for her actions. She was also quoted by the media as saying that the "elite" who do not watch her show were the ones objecting to it.
Media analysts said Khan's actions were probably driven by the race for ratings among Pakistan's dozens of TV channels.
Some NGOs highlighted the lack of media regulations and said they intended to approach the courts to take action against Samaa TV.
Khan invited the wrath of hundreds of Pakistanis when she and her team tried to drill moral sense into young couples dating in parks.
She chased couples along with a posse of young and not-so-young women and two "analysts" who gave insight into the dating behaviour of couples and commented on their body language.
While most couples made good their escape seeing a horde of women approach them, some countered them bravely.
"Do your parents know that you are here?" Maya Khan asked a couple perched on a bench.
"Do you know what people think of couples who date like this? Do you know how bad it is for the reputation of girls to be seen like this?" she charged.
Samaa chairman Siddiqi said he hoped the action taken by his channel against Khan would settle the issue. But media analysts said the episode had only highlighted the need for self-regulation by Pakistan's news and entertainment channels.
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PTI warns ANP of reaction against attack on offices

Pakistan State Times
KARACHI: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Karachi has condemned attack on its offices in Landhi and Gushan-e Iqbal and has warned the rival Awami National Party (ANP) to avoid any adventurism. In a statement issued here yesterday, PTI Karachi chapter spokesperson Dawa Khan Sabir said that the ANP was behind attack on PTI offices, which the PTI had tolerated with patience but enough was enough. He demanded government of Sindh to take notice of the situation that could trigger violent confrontation if further attacks were launched on PTI’s offices and then the entire responsibility would fall on the ANP and the civil administration.


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Punjab government's 'Laptop Scheme' may go down in the soil

Thursday, 26 January 2012

27-1-2012
Lahore: Punjab government's Laptop scheme also seems to go down in the soil as the 'Sasti Roti Scheme' did. Even after the elapsing of 3 months after the announcement, no laptop has been given to anyone. The terms on which the laptops are to be given are continually changed and as a result students are unable to get any. On the other hand, it can be expected that these Rs 3.74 billion/- would also end in the hands of corrupt bureaucracy.


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(Video) Mansoor Ijaz found drunk in a night club

27-1-2012
London: Memo-Gate Scandal's central character, Mansoor ijaz, was seen in a night club in London while he was drunk. According to a detailed account, Mansoor Ijaz visited a famous night club in London with his 3 Indian friends. He regularly ordered drinks at different intervals while he was in the club. At this point some Pakistani youngsters recognised him and started chanting slogans against him. Following is a detailed report.


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Make Veena the Deputy of Senate: Mushahid Ullah Khan

Wednesday, 25 January 2012

26-1-2012
Muslim League-N Senator, Mushahidullah Khan has said to Deputy Chairman of Senate, Jaan Jamali, that he should appoint Veena Malik as the Deputy Chairman of Senate. He said that Jaan Jamali left no stone unturned, but neither Federal Ministers nor Prime Minister attend the Senate Meeting. So maybe after Veena becomes a Senator, they will attend the Senate Meeting.

                                             


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Zardari did not want to restore CJP

25-1-2012
New York Times has reported that President Zardari did not want the reinstatement of Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry. According to the newspaper, Zardari considers Chaudhry to be close to his political rivals and Pak Army. According to the report, the judiciary enjoys the support and trust of the majority of the public. The following report contains a more detailed account.
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Will end terrorism against India after coming in power: Imran Khan


25-1-2012
New Delhi/Islamabad: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf supremo, Imran Khan, has said that he wants diplomatic relations with all the countries, including India, on the basis of equality and trust. He further said that he would not let the terrorists to use the land of Pakistan against India.
Talking about President Zardari, he said, that his demand for immunity is wrong. Supreme Court has the right to decide whether he is immune or not.


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Gambling reaches to Crores on whether Mansoor will come to Pakistan

25-1-2012
Lahore: One of the main characters of Memo-Gate Scandal, Mansoor ijaz - American businessman of Pakistani ancestry, has been of peculiar interest to gamblers as of lately. Gamblers are betting on whether he would come to Pakistan or not. However, some gamblers think that there is a strong probability that Mansoor will come to Pakistan.


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8000 Kashmiris reported missing during 22-years independence struggle

25-1-2012
In the Indian occupied Kashmir, 8000 Kashmiris have been reported missing during the last 22 years. During 2010 protest movement dozens of minor boys were martyred. Because of several random arrests in 2011 many Kashimirs have sent their children to India for studies. According to BBC, District Badgam's citizen Muhammad Wani sent his 10-years old son to the Darul Uloom of Madhya Pradesh, but after some time his child was reported missing.


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Imran supported dictators, no chance of joining PTI: Fatima Bhutto

25-1-2012
People's Party (Shaheed Bhutto) leader, Fatima Bhutto, has said that there is no chance of her joining PTI. In a Literary fair in Jaipur, Rajhastan, she said that Imran Khan had been a big supporter of dictators. She said that he defended the steps of late Zia Ul Haq and also Musharraf in 2002. She further said that being a woman, she is very worried on the politics of Imran Khan as he had opposed the Women Protection Bill in 2006.



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Pakistan was created in the name of democracy, not Islam: Wali Khan's wife

25-1-2012
Late Wali Khan's wife, Naseem Wali Khan, has said that Pakistan was not created in the name of Islam, but rather in the name of democracy. She said that Quaid e Azam's all the speeches are on record and there seems to be proofs in those records to support my argument. She further said that politicians have always been made the puppets of the establishment. She further said that when she was removed from the provincial presidency of the party, she also resigned from the membership of party's central and provincial council.


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15 Pakistan FC men killed by TTP (Graphic Content)

25-1-2012
Pakistan FC men who were abducted from KPK on 23 December were killed in Afghanistan. Taliban have also leaked a video showing the brutal murder of 15 brave Pakistani soldiers. They have also threatened to take more steps if the war on terror is continued by Pakistan. On the other hand, Frontier Core Commander, Majeed Marwat has said that soldiers' patriotism and morale will be dauntless and they will continue attacking terrorists.
Watch Video Here (WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT)



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