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Rs1.43 billion spent on ex-PMs’ camp offices, NA informed

ISLAMABAD (Muslim Times) – National Assembly (NA) on Friday has been informed that Rs1.43 billion was spent on the construction of ex-prime ministers Nawaz Sharif and Shahid Khaqan Abbasi’s camp offices. During the session chaired by Speaker Asad Qaisar, a written reply stating that camp office in Jati Umra continued ...

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NAB chairman seeks record of DG NAB Lahore’s TV interview

ISLAMABAD (Muslim Times) – National Accountability Bureau (NAB) chairman Justice (r) Javed Iqbal on Friday took notice of Director General (DG) NAB Lahore Saleem Shahzad’s recent television interviews. The NAB chief has sought a complete record of Shahzad’s interview from the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra) “so that action ...

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US official due in Israel, UAE to push for anti-Iran campaign

Muslim Times(Web Desk) – US State Department’s Special Representative for Iran Brian Hook is to visit Israel and the UAE to advance US President Donald Trump’s so-called Iran strategy and push for Washington’s hostile campaign against Tehran. “Hook will travel to Israel and the United Arab Emirates November 12-20,” a ...

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Naval Chief visits Baltic fleet headquarters in Russia

ISLAMABAD (Muslim Times) – Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi, who is on an official visit to Russian Federation visited Baltic Fleet Headquarters at Kaliningrad, Russia. The Naval Chief also met Commander of Baltic Fleet, Vice Admiral Aleksandr Nostatov, a press release issued here by Directorate of ...

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Jo Johnson resigns, demands new Brexit referendum

Muslim Times(Web Desk) – British transport minister Jo Johnson has resigned from his post, dealing a severe blow to Prime Minister Theresa May who is hoping to win parliament’s backing for her Brexit plan. Jo is the younger brother of Boris Johnson who quit as UK foreign secretary in July ...

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