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48% Pakistanis say they would testify in court if they we…

Posted on: July 22, 2014

Islamabad: According to a Gilani Research Foundation Survey carried out by Gallup Pakistan, 48% Pakistanis said they would testify in court if they were a witness to a crime.
A nationally representative sample of adult men …

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Fatemi, Burns discuss Pak-U.S. ties

Islamabad,: The United States has reaffirmed its support for prime minister’s economic development plan with special focus on energy and fighting extremism. Talking to Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs, Tariq Fatemi in

Renowned intellectual and writer Professor Jamal Naqvi me…

Islamabad: President Mamnoon Hussain has said that country has been put on the path of progress as a result of a prudent policies of the present government. Talking to renowned intellectual and writer Professor Jamal

Pakistan heading towards severe debt trap: PEW

ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Economy Watch (PEW) on Wednesday said country would need 10.8 billion dollar to repay foreign debt in the ongoing fiscal. Policymakers are pinning hopes on foreign direct investment of privatization to repay

Nisar, Olson exchange views on regional security

Islamabad: US Ambassador Richard Olson called on Interior Minister Ch. Nisar Ali Khan in Islamabad on Wednesday. They exchanged views on bilateral relations and the regional security.
Talking to him, the Interior Minister said cooperation between


News from Karachi

Simple solutions neglected in KCR revival

Karachi: The revival of the Karachi Circular Railway (KCR) has been in limbo for decades because the government policymakers want to uproot the available infrastructure and replace it by a modern system with hefty foreign …

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KU announce Eid holidays

eaths from HIV/AIDS escalate in Pakistan: Study

PPMSA demands appointment of staff on vacant se…

resident Mamnoon enquire about health of Yousaf…

News from Islamabad

Pakistan heading towards severe debt trap: PEW

ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Economy Watch (PEW) on Wednesday said country would need 10.8 billion dollar to repay foreign debt in the ongoing fiscal. Policymakers are pinning hopes on foreign direct investment of privatization to repay …

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Renowned intellectual and writer Professor Jama…

Fatemi, Burns discuss Pak-U.S. ties

48% Pakistanis say they would testify in court …

Nisar, Olson exchange views on regional securit…


News from Lahore

TEVTA trying to provide trained manpower as per requireme…

Lahore: Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA) is doing its full efforts to provide trained manpower according to the requirement of the industry.
To promote technical education and vocational training, during the last five years, …

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FBR Union threatens to close all RTOs for indef…

Inauguration of 2-day Home based Workers Exhibi…

APTMA seeks uninterrupted energy supply to Punj…

Govt. should withdraw decision to increase prop…

News from Peshawar

CM addresses Subsidized Atta & Ghee Special Pack…

Peshawar: KP Chief Minister Pervez Khattak has said that the PTI-led coalition government is fulfilling its each electoral commitment, saying it not only achieved success in the eradication of corruption and mission of change in …

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Siraj urge Muslim and Arab rulers to use oil as…

Intekhab Chamkani meets CM

Movements in vehicles banned in Landikotal afte…

Security of Wapda installation to be withdrawn …


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