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PTI Islamabad march may be rescheduled

Islamabad march

ISLAMABAD, OCT 13(DNA). Pakistani Tehreek Insaf (PTI) is seriously thinking to change the date of the Islamabad march as many party leaders think Sunday is not a suitable day for march. The matter is now taken to the core committee of PTI which would decide about the change of the date of Islamabad march. It may be mentioned here that PTI had given a call for Islamabad march to mount pressure on prime minister Nawaz Sharif to announce a commission that will investigate Panama issue. The prime minister on theRead More


Babar to replace Hafeez in West Indies day-night Test

Babar to replace Hafeez in West Indies day-night Test

KARACHI: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Saturday announced a 14-member line-up for the first of three-Test series against the West Indies, with Babar Azam’s inclusion being the highlight announcement. The Test will be the second day-night affair in the history of Test cricket, after Australia hosted their neighbours, New Zealand, for a pink ball Test at Adelaide last year. The middle-order batsman, who scored record 360 runs in the recently concluded One-Day International series on the back of three consecutive centuries, is expected to bat at one-down position inRead More


No more discretionary funds in KP: Imran Khan

No more discretionary funds in KP: Imran Khan

ISLAMABAD, 25 JULY (DNA) – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan on Monday presented a 13-point agenda regarding prosperity in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) and made announcements regarding certain changes in the local government as well. While addressing a press conference, Khan said that the changes introduced in KP shall be the ones which had never taken place in any province before. He announced that all discretionary funds in KP were being put to an end, adding that there shall be no more discretionary funds in KP from now onwards. KhanRead More


Vehicle in Maryam Nawaz’s motorcade hit my car, accuses Dr Uzma

PML-N to pass law against honour killings

LAHORE, July 01 (DNA): Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan’s younger sister Dr Uzma Khan on Friday accused that one of the vehicles in the motorcade of Prime Minsiter (PM) Nawaz Sharif’s daughter Maryam Nawaz hit her car. Dr Uzma stated that one of the police vehicles initially stopped her car followed by another one slamming in it. She also complained of being harassed by men wearing police uniforms who were deployed over the security of some prominent personality. She accused that the vehicle that hit her car was partRead More


TORs issue to be solved through negotiation: Ayaz Sadiq

Panama Leaks

LAHORE, 29 JUNE (DNA) – Speaker National Assembly (NA) Sardar Ayaz Sadiq on Wednesday stated that the issue regarding the Terms of References (TORs) catering the investigation of the Panama Leaks issue will be solved through negotiations. Ayaz reached Punjab Assembly on special invitation and took part in various meetings. While conversing with the media, Speaker NA lambasted Awami Muslim League (AML) leader Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed by stating that he should consider parrot astrology as most of his predictions proved to be inaccurate. Punjab law minister Rana Sanaullah also criticisedRead More


Imran announces anti-corruption movement in Sindh, rally in Lahore

Islamabad: 24th April - PTI Chairman Imran Khan speaks to the participate of 20th anniversary of PTI’s 
foundation day celebrations at F-9 Park. - DNA Photo

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan, addressing a large crowd at Islamabad’s F9 park, announced the start of an anti-corruption movement in Sindh from April 26, and a rally in Lahore next Sunday. “Starting April 26, we will launch an anti-corruption movement in Sindh,” announced Imran. The PTI chairman also announced a rally in Lahore, scheduled for May 1. Briefly touching upon the much-hyped Raiwind march announced earlier, the PTI chairman said that it would happen after the Lahore rally, not giving a specific date. Referring to the recentlyRead More