Federal ministers defend decision to make public inquiry on ‘dubious’ pilot licences

Ministers of the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) on Thursday defended the government's decision to make the public the inquiry into ‘dubious licences’ issued to pilots by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), in the aftermath of an investigation into a Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) plane crash in Karachi. Speaking at a press conference in Islamabad alongside Information Minister Shibli Faraz and PM's aide Shahzad Akbar,...

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Four armed men allegedly rape 19-year-old woman during robbery in Lahore’s Gujjarpura

Four armed robbers looted valuables and allegedly sexually assaulted a 19-year old woman in Lahore's Gujjarpura area on Thursday, police said. According to the First Information Report (FIR), the woman, who used to work as compounder in a clinic, was returning from work with a doctor when the robbers stopped them on the way. The muggers took the girl to...

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Sadqa cannot be a substitute for animal sacrifice on Eid: Mufti Muneeb

KARACHI: Chairman Central Ruet-e-Hilal Committee Mufti Muneeb-ur-Rehman on Thursday said the sacrifice of animals is a tenet of Islam incumbent upon all those who are able to fulfil it, and sadqa (alms) is no substitute for it. He said that those making the current circumstances (coronavirus outbreak) a basis for giving out alms instead were acting against Islamic teachings. Mufti Muneeb, speaking...

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Cabinet committee decides against privatising PIA owned Roosevelt Hotel, to run it as a joint venture

The Cabinet Committee on Privatisation announced that will not be selling the Pakistan International Airlines-owned Roosevelt Hotel in New York but would run it under a joint venture with a third party. The decision was taken by the cabinet committee which met today (Thursday) under the chairmanship of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Finance Abdul Hafeez Shaikh. Today’s meeting...

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SC issues contempt of court notice to Iftikhar-ud-Din Mirza for making threats to Justice Isa

ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court of Pakistan turned down an unconditional apology submitted by Maulvi Iftikhar-ud-Din Mirza for threatening Justice Isa and slandering the judiciary, issuing a contempt of court notice to him on Thursday. The two-member bench, presided over by Chief Justice Gulzar Ahmed, heard the case today in which the attorney general and the lawyer representing Mirza appeared before...

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