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Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov shot dead

Advertisements MOSCOW: Boris Nemtsov, a famous Russian opposition leader, liberal politician and former deputy PM and critic of Vladimir Putin, shot dead near the Kremlin, reported by The Guardian and BBC. Advertisements Charismatic opposition politician, Boris Nemtsov, has been shot dead in Moscow four times in the back as he …

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CCI approval needed to legalize the privatization of govt entities: Rabbani

ISLAMABAD: Senator Raza Rabbani who belongs to Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) said that to privatizing the government entities without the approval of Council of Common Interest (CCI) is considered to be unconstitutional. During a press conference, the Senator said that the list of government entities has already been prepared, however, …

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Govt, opposition agree on procedure to form electoral reforms body

ISLAMABAD: Regarding the electoral reforms body, the government and opposition agreed on a procedure to form a committee of the parliament. The Speaker in National Assembly Sardar Ayaz Sadiq, after attending of the lawmakers belonging to both treasury and opposition benches, told that 33 parliamentarians of all the parliamentary parties …

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Opposition rejects the proposed budget 2014-2015

 Islamabad: The budget for the next fiscal year as propounded by the finance minister on June 2 is rejected by the opposition parties which declared the budget as has no relief for the lay man. According to the objection, made by the opposition parties, the documents and the Economic Survey …

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Anti-terrorism amendment bill passed by National Assembly

Islamabad: The lower house of the parliament has approved the Anti-Terrorism (Amendment) Bill 2014, which would be useful in dealing with the terrorist organizations and their followers who are incorporated in funding the terrorism and other illegal acts like money laundering inside the premises of Pakistan. The Bill was proposed …

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