Newsone Headlines 10PM | 14-Feb-2020

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Newsone Headlines 9PM | 14-Feb-2020

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South Africa cancels Pakistan tour due to ‘player workload’

Cricket South Africa (CSA) on Friday expressed their inability to tour Pakistan next month, assuring the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) that they will honour the commitment of sending their side as soon as "it is reasonably possible". According to a press release by the PCB, the CSA conveyed their decision to the cricket board after taking player workload into account....

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President Erdogan thanks Pakistanis for warm welcome, dubs Pakistan second home

ISLAMABAD: President Erdogan said on Friday he considered Pakistan his "second home", thanking Pakistanis for their warm welcome during his two-day visit to the country. Addressing a joint press conference, the Turkish president thanked the people and government of Pakistan for according him a warm welcome. "I consider Pakistan my second home," he said. "Turkey stands with Pakistan and will...

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Govt’s new social media policy draws criticism in Senate

ISLAMABAD: The government's new social media policy came under criticism in the Senate on Friday, with lawmakers accusing the government of having bypassed the parliament in drafting the rules. PPP Senator Rubina Khalid while raising the matter in the House said, "We had been assured that the new rules [regarding digital media] would be brought before the Senate committee but...

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Chaudhry Sugar Mills case: Court accepts Nawaz’s exemption plea on medical grounds

LAHORE: An accountability court on Friday accepted former prime minister Nawaz Sharif’s plea requesting exemption from appearing before it on medical grounds in Chaudhry Sugar Mills case. During today's proceedings, Nawaz’s lawyer Amjad Pervez submitted his latest medical reports to the accountability court. The counsel argued that the former prime minister is still unwell and will face the trial as...

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PM Imran deem Fazl eligible for treason trial

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday said that Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman should be tried for high treason under Article 6 of the Constitution on the basis of recent remarks made by the latter that suggested that he had conspired to de-seat the government. The JUI-F chief had last week said that he had ended his Islamabad...

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Women empowerment necessary for society’s progress, says Turkish First Lady Emine Erdogan

ISLAMABAD: Turkish First Lady Emine Erdogan, echoing the sentiments of her husband Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, said that Pakistan and Turkey have always stood by each other in times of difficulty. She was speaking at the Pakistan National Council of the Arts in Islamabad at a ceremony held to distribute sewing machines among the families of thalassemia patients. She...

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