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Governor Sindh Dr Ishratul Ibad votes for Rangers’ stay in Karachi

Advertisements KARACHI: Governor Sindh Dr Ishratul Ibad in a meeting with Rangers Director General Major General Bilal Akbar on Wednesday threw his weight behind the Rangers, while Chief Minister Sindh also had the same stance, contradicting the reports of differences between the Centre and Sindh on the issue. Advertisements Chief …

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Sindh government bans transfer of senior police officers for next three months

Karachi: Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah held a  media talk on Saturday at CM house, this conference was arranged to brief media about the arrest of two terrorists involved in Shikarpur Imambargah incident. It was also announced by the Sindh government, that they have put ban on the transfer and postings …

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PM and Army Chief appreciate steps taken against militants

Karachi: On Monday, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif visited Corps headquarter and held meeting with Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif. PM also headed the meeting of the provincial apex committee which has to implement Nation Action Plan (NAP), this meeting was headed at the Governor’s House. The main participants …

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Drought in Tharparkar: Death toll reaches 116 , shows Local government’s negligence

On Sunday a newborn baby died of malnutrition in Mithi’s Civil Hospital, the elected representatives, Sindh Health Department have yet not taken sufficient steps for the survival of the people who are getting affected by the drought. Talking just about the last one month the death toll have reached up …

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PPP ready to launch their young chairman Bilawal Bhutto

Karachi: Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party, descendant of Zulafqar Ali Bhutto, Son of Benazir Bhutto is going to set off his practical politics. The stage has set at Bagh-e-Jinnah adjacent to the mausoleum of the Quaid-e-Azam. On Saturday, PPP has called for public gathering from all Pakistan. This …

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