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PML-N plans to influence forthcoming polls

ISLAMABAD (Muslim Times) – As the 2018 general elections are just around the corner, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) on Monday planned to influence the upcoming polls with the withdrawal of Nawaz Sharif’s counsel and unavailability of new lawyer. Sources said that the PML-N wanted to delay the judgement of the ...

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Caretaker govt increases oil prices to Rs4.26

ISLAMABAD (Muslim Times) – Few days ahead of Eidul Fitr, the caretaker government on Monday has revised prices of petroleum products for the current month. The price of petrol has been increased by Rs4.26, High Speed Diesel by Rs6.55, Kerosene Oil by Rs4.46 and Light Diesel Oil by Rs6.14 per ...

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PM stresses swift completion of FATA transition

ISLAMABAD (APP) – Prime Minister Justice (Retd) Nasir-ul-Mulk Monday stressed swift completion of the transition process of Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) and provision of sense of security to the people in tribal areas. Chairing a meeting to review progress on implementation of FATA Reforms here at the PM Office, ...

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No politician appeared before FIA in Asghar Khan case

ISLAMABAD (Muslim Times) – At least 19 politicians, including former prime ministers Nawaz Sharif and Mir Zafarullah Jamali, were summoned to appear before Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) in person or through their counsel on Monday in Asghar Khan case. However, no politician appeared before FIA or submitted reply through their ...

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Trump, Kim share historic handshake

SINGAPORE (AFP) – Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un made history Tuesday, becoming the first sitting US and North Korean leaders to meet and shake hands, as they seek to end a tense decades-old nuclear stand-off. The two men strode toward each other and shared the momentous handshake beneath the ...

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Theresa May urges Trump to ‘honor G7 commitments’

Muslim Times(Web Desk) – Britain has made clear it expects Donald Trump to honor commitments made at a recent G7 summit in Canada, despite the US president’s abrupt disownment of the meeting’s final communique. “The communique was agreed by all parties who attended G7,” Theresa May’s official spokesman told a ...

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