Sahiwal Killing: JIT report submitted before PM

ISLAMABAD:On Wednesday, a report by a joint investigation team (JIT) probing the alleged encounter in Sahiwal which killed four people including three members of a family was presented to Prime Minister Imran Khan. According to sources, the prime minister was presented the report during a parliamentary report and informed about the measures taken by the Punjab government in the light...

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Khadija Siddiqui Stabbing Case: Shah Hussain arrested from SC premises

ISLAMABAD: Accused Shah Hussain has been arrested from the premises of Supreme Court, on Wednesday pertaining to Khadija Siddiqui stabbing case. The petitioner, Khadija Siddiqui who was stabbed 23 times by the suspect moved to apex court, challenging the Lahore High Court verdict which acquitted Shah from the charges on 'technical ground'. A three-member bench headed by Chief Justice of...

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SC discards petition seeking CM’s Sindh disqualification

KARACHI: On Wednesday, the Supreme Court of Pakistan discarded t a petition seeking the disqualification of Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah on the grounds that the petitioner had failed to produce enough arguments to satisfy the court. Headed by Justice Umar Ata Bandial, a three member bench  comprising of Justice Muneeb Akhtar and Justice Yahya Afridi, heard a petition...

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PAF pilot embrace martyrdom as aircraft crashes near Mastung, Balochistan

ISLAMABAD: According to the Pakistan Air force's spokesman, on Wednesday, F-7PG aircraft on a routine operational training mission crashed near Mastung (Balochistan). The pilot of the aircraft embraced Shahadat in this tragic accident, it further added. Furthermore, a board of inquiry has been ordered by Air Headquarters to determine the cause of accident.

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FBI says ‘can’t pay informants’ during government shutdown

WASHINGTON: FBI agents complained Monday that the month-old US government shutdown is preventing them from paying informants, buying drugs undercover in narcotics busts, and even renewing their own security clearances. Investigations and prosecutions are suffering from the lack of money to travel to interview witnesses or funds to pay translators, agents are saying, according to Tom O'Connor, president of the...

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Ronaldo avoids jail but fined €3.57m for tax fraud in Spain

MADRID: Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo avoided jail on Tuesday but was ordered by a Spanish court to pay €3.57 million ($4.1 million) for committing tax fraud when at Real Madrid, part of a broader €18.8-million payout. Sporting sunglasses and a smile, accompanied by his girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez, Ronaldo arrived at the court in northeastern Madrid for a brief hearing. He...

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Sarfaraz’s seemingly racist comments may trigger ICC action

DURBAN: Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed, who is leading the national side against the South Africa in One Day Internationals (ODI) series,  could be in trouble after a seemingly racist comment he made to cricketer Andile Phehlukwayo was caught on the broadcast stump mics and discussed by the commentators. During the 37th over of South Africa's chase in the second ODI in...

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Money Laundering Case: Banking Court extends pre-arrest bail of Zardari, Talpur

KARACHI: On Wednesday, a banking court extended the interim pre-arrest bail of former president Asif Ali Zardari, his sister Faryal Talpur and nine other suspects till February 14 in an ongoing money laundering case. However, on February 6th, the banking court will hear the bail plea of Omni Group chairman Anwar Majeed and his son, Abdul Ghani Majeed. The former president...

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