Newsone 12PM Bulletin 18-February-2019

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Kashmiri youth, 4 Indian soldiers killed in Pulwama gunbattle: reports

One Kashmiri youth and at least four Indian soldiers were killed on Monday in a fierce gunfight in occupied Kashmir's Pulwama district, where a suicide bomber killed 41 Indian paramilitaries last week, media reports said. One soldier was also critically wounded in the shootout as troops launched a search operation in Pulwama. “Four soldiers were killed during the shootout and another one...

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PAK-KSA agree to Ministerial meetings every 6 months, KSA behind Pakistan to solve Afg crisis

ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi on Monday announced Pakistan and Saudi Arabia have agreed to hold ministerial-level meetings every six months. Addressing a joint news conference along with Saudi Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Adel al-Jubeir in Islamabad, Qureshi said, "Ministerial-level meetings between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia will be held every six months while working groups will meet...

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MBS orders release of 2,107 Pakistani prisoners with immediate effect

ISLAMABAD: Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman on Monday ordered the release of 2,107 Pakistani prisoners in Saudi Arabia with immediate effect. Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi and Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry shared that the Saudi crown prince, who is on a two-day visit to Pakista, ordered the release of Pakistani prisoners on Prime Minister Imran Khan's request. "HRH Crown...

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Recently out on bail Shehbaz Sharif indicted in Ashiana Housing case with 9 others

LAHORE: An accountability court on Monday indicted Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) President Shehbaz Sharif and nine others in the Ashiana Iqbal Housing scam case. The leader of the opposition in the National Assembly and other suspects appeared before the accountability court in Lahore as Judge Syed Najamul Hassan heard the case. Judge Hassan then framed charges against Shehbaz and the nine...

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‘Universe Boss’ Gayle to retire from ODIs after World Cup

ST. JOHN´S, ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA: Veteran West Indies batsman Chris Gayle announced on Sunday that he will retire from one-day international cricket after this year´s World Cup in England and Wales. The big-hitting 39-year-old opener, who has scored 9,727 runs in 284 ODIs, is set to play his first international since last July against England on Wednesday. The self-styled ´Universe...

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Pakistan calls back high commissioner from India

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Monday called back its high commissioner appointed in India for consultations in the aftermath of the Pulwama attack. Foreign Office spokesperson Dr Mohammad Faisal tweeted, "We have called back our high commissioner in India for consultations." "He left New Delhi this morning," Dr Faisal added. We have called back our HIgh Commissioner in India for consultations. He...

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Money Laundering Case: NAB Chairman requests transfer of case to Rawalpindi

ISLAMABAD: National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Chairman Justice (retd) Javed Iqbal on Monday filed a request for the transfer of the ongoing money laundering case to Rawalpindi. https://www.newsone.tv/trending-stories/money-laundering-case-zardari-talpur-gets-more-respite-as-pre-arrest-bail-extended NAB officials submitted documents signed by the chairman of the accountability watchdog in a banking court in Karachi seeking the transfer of the case to Rawalpindi. https://www.newsone.tv/trending-stories/money-laundering-case-supreme-court-clears-bilawal-bhutto-zardari In the documents, Justice (r) Iqbal stated...

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Fiascos and fumbles: Oscar organisers stumble to restore glory

First it was the furor over a proposed new “popular” film category, then it was the fiasco over planned host Kevin Hart, and last month the organisers of the Oscars were accused of intimidating celebrities not to present at rival award shows. Last week, another storm erupted when, as part of a pledge to shorten next Sunday’s Oscars ceremony, plans...

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ICJ to resume hearing Kulbhushan Jadhav case today

HAGUE: The International Court of Justice (ICJ) will resume hearing the case of Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav at The Hague today (Monday). The world court has set a timetable for public hearings from February 18 to 21 in The Hague. India will argue first in the hearing today while Pakistan will make its closing submissions on Thursday. It is expected...

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