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SC resumes Panamagate hearing

The Excellent Courtroom on Wednesday resumed hearing of the Panamagate case in search of the disqualification of the top minister over investments made through his members of the family in offshore firms. A five-member of the apex courtroom headed through Justice Asif Saeed Khosa is hearing the case on day …

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Emotional Obama comforts, encourages US in farewell speech

President Barack Obama bid farewell to the country on Tuesday in an emotional speech that sought to convenience a rustic on edge over speedy financial adjustments, chronic safety threats and the election of Donald Trump. Forceful now and then and tearful at others, Obama’s valedictory speech in his place of …

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Corps commanders laud work of military courts

ISLAMABAD: The military’s most sensible management on Tuesday praised the efficiency of military courts in prosecuting terrorism instances and their position in complementing the struggle towards militants. “[The] discussion board additionally liked efficiency of military courts all the way through the prescribed period which ended in relief of terrorism,” the …

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Offhand remarks can’t disqualify PM: SC judge

ISLAMABAD: A Very best Courtroom judge on Tuesday feared that disqualifying the top minister at the foundation of off-the-cuff statements would set a perilous precedent within the nation’s judicial historical past. “We, as human beings, make off-the-cuff statements and not using a sense of guilt after which we typically evaluation …

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Walkout in Senate over Nisar’s remarks about banned outfits

ISLAMABAD: Internal Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan’s remarks about classification of banned organisations in the Senate on Tuesday sparked controversy, prompting the opposition to stroll out of the home in protest. Responding to the objection to his assembly with a delegation comprising individuals of a banned outfit, the internal minister …

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Opposition parties cautious on reviving military courts

Pakistan’s primary opposition parties expressed scepticism on Tuesday concerning the executive’s proposal to restore particular military courts to take a look at civilians charged with terrorism, probably jeopardising a proposed constitutional modification. Top Minister Nawaz Sharif’s administrative center stated on Monday that it might search to stay military courts in …

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Transgender person 'set on fireplace' in Islamabad

A transgender person named Aqeel Ahmad used to be allegedly set ablaze in Islamabad for refusing to pay his extortionist, DawnNews reported. In a letter submitted to the Rawalpindi Town Police Place of work (CPO), Aqeel’s brother Khalil Ahmad stated the accused, Faisal, doused his brother with alcohol and set …

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