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Cyber Crime Bill 2015 to seek final approval from Parliament soon

Advertisements Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Parliamentary Affairs Barrister Zafarullah Khan said on Tuesday that cyber crime bill to be presented for final endorsement in Parliament. Advertisements “We have completed our deliberations on cyber crime bill and after consultation the bill will be tabled in parliament in a week or two,” …

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RAW’s involvement in Pakistan: NA told that the issue to be raised in UN

It was informed in the National Assembly on Friday that the government is thinking to highlight the issue of Indian agency RAW’s hands in Pakistan with the United Nations and on other international platforms. The PM’s Adviser on National Security and Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz told the assembly during question …

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Chaudhry Nisar lambastes UAE minster for ‘threatening’ Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister of Pakistan Chaudhry Nisar Ali lambastes the UAE Minister over a ‘threatening statement’ issued by him. Khan, termed that ‘unacceptable’statement and a ‘violation of all diplomatic norms’. He also termed the statement against the ‘ego’ of Pakistan. Earlier, on Saturday, UAE Foreign Minister Anwar Gargash accused Pakistan …

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Tehran seems to be more important to Islamabad: UAE Foreign Minister

DUBAI: Pakistan’s joint Parliament resolution on Yemen Crisis irritated UAE , as the Foreign Minister Anwar Gargash, condemns    Pakistan’s neutral stand over ongoing crisis in Yemen, Khileej Times reported. Tehran seems to be more important to Islamabad and Ankara than the Gulf countries, Though our economic and investment assets …

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Canada shook like a leaf after attack on Parliament

OTTAWA: Canada’s capital was perturbed on Wednesday after grave shooting of a soldier and an assault on the parliament building in which gunshots was fire outside a room where Prime Minister Stepen Harper was speaking. Mr. Harper was safely removed from the place after the gunman in the parliament building …

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