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Karachi: Dacoits shot dead Rangers official

KARACHI ( Muslim Times) – A Rangers official was killed and a policeman was wounded on resisting a robbery attempt in Landhi area of Karachi on Monday night : According to details, Rangers official Abdur Rauf and policeman Umar Wahid were going on their motorcycle when armed dacoits stop them ...

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NAB references: Sharif family to appear in Accountability Court today

The court has summoned two prosecution witnesses to record their statements during today’s hearing ISLAMABAD (Muslim Times) – Former premier Nawaz Sharif, his daughter Maryam Nawaz and son-in-law Capt (retd) Safdar will again appear in accountability court in National Accountability Bureau (NAB) references today (Tuesday). Accountability court judge Muhammad Bashir will ...

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One dead after blast near Mehran Centre in Hyderabad

HYDERABAD (Muslim Times) – At least one person died with two others injured in an explosion near Mehran Shopping Centre located in Qasimabad area of Hyderabad. Initial reports conveyed that fear spread among the residents after hearing loud noise of the blast even at distant places. The reason of the ...

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Several Democrats to boycott Trump’s State of Union address

Several Democratic members of Congress are planning to boycott President Donald Trump’s first State of the Union address this week, citing his hateful rhetoric. (Muslim Times web desk)Congresswoman Frederica Wilson has joined a chorus of Democrats on the Capitol Hill who have said they would boycott Trump’s address before the united session ...

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ECP announces to hold Senate elections on March 3

ISLAMABAD (Muslim Times News) – The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) on Monday has announced to hold Senate elections on March 3. According to details, the candidates can file their nomination papers before the returning officers between 4 to 6 February after which, scrutiny of the papers will be held ...

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