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Daily Archives: April 12, 2018

‘As you sow, so shall you reap’, Imran to Nawaz Sharif

ISLAMABAD (Muslim Times) – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chief Imran Khan on Thursday has said that the ex-premier Nawaz Sharif is getting what he has done so far. Addressing a ceremony, Imran Khan revealed that several leaders want to join PTI and announced to give party tickets on merit. We have ...

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Karachi: K-electric hints at hiking duration of load shedding

KARACHI (Muslim Times) – Amid rising temperatures in the metropolis, K-electric on Thursday hinted to soar the duration of power cuts in Karachi citing shortage of gas. As per details garnered, officials of the K-electric stated that production of electricity in the metropolis had reduced to 2200MW from 2900MW owing ...

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CJP hints at reviewing new amnesty scheme

ISLAMABAD (Muslim Times) – Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Mian Saqib Nisar on Thursday hinted at reviewing the new amnesty scheme introduced by the incumbent government. Hearing a case pertaining to ownership of state land, CJP directed to line up the issue related to foreign assets for hearing during which, ...

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Irrfan Khan’s health not deteriorating, says spokesperson

(Web Desk) – Spokesperson of Bollywood actor Irrfan Khan has refuted the rumors taking rounds on social media regarding the actor’s bad health and termed them as ‘absolutely false’. The response of the spokesperson came after a journalist tweeted that Irrfan’s health is deteriorating. He, however, soon deleted the post. ...

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China-Australia relations not in deep chill: PM Turnbull

(News Desk) – Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has admitted that relations with China are tense over Australian allegations of Chinese interference in Canberra’s internal affairs, but rejected the existence of a “deep chill” in bilateral ties. “There certainly has been a degree of tension in the relationship that has ...

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Heavy storm in Agra collapses Taj Mahal’s minarets

AGRA (Web Desk) – Two minarets of Taj Mahal located at different entry gates were damaged on Wednesday after strong winds blew in the Indian city of Agra. Winds that blew at 130kmh (80mph) resulted in the collapse of the 12ft long minarets. However; the other four minarets that surround ...

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Indonesia’s Aceh to stop whipping criminals in public: officials

(AFP) – Indonesia’s Aceh province will stop whipping criminals in public after a wave of international condemnation of the practice, local officials said Thursday. The conservative region on Sumatra Island – the only place in Muslim-majority Indonesia that follows Islamic law – passed a regulation Thursday that will see criminals ...

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