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PTI recommends three names for NAB chief position

ISLAMABAD -UNS – After repeated disassociation from the matter of appointment of NAB Chairman, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has finally dived in to recommend three names from their side. The recommended names for the position of National Accountability Bureau (NAB) chief by PTI include Shoaib Suddle, …

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Saudi Arabia to buy Russia S-400 defence systems, other arms

UNS-Saudi Arabia signed on Thursday preliminary agreements to buy S-400 air defence systems and receive “cutting edge technologies” from Russia during King Salman’s landmark visit to Moscow, the Saudi military industries firm said. The agreement was announced as King Salman, who is on the first …

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Over 18 kills in suicide attack at Sufi shrine in Jhal Magsi

A suicide attacker blew himself up outside a Sufi shrine in southwest Pakistan Thursday, killing 18 people and wounding at least 27 others, officials said, as Muslims attended annual celebrations of a local saint. The incident follows a deadly bomb attack on the same shrine …

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CCP issues show cause notice to TELENOR PAKISTAN for deceptive marketing practices

ISLAMABAD -UNS :The Competition Commission of Pakistan (CCP) has issued a Show Cause Notice to Telenor Pakistan for prima facie violating Section 10 of the Competition Act 2010 by deceptively marketing the price and geographical availability of its 4G services. ZONG Pakistan sent a formal …

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Army chief will visit Iran soon: No terrorist safe havens in Pakistan: DG ISPR

RAWALPINDI-UNS : Director-General Inter-Services Public Relation Major General Asif Ghafoor said on Thursday that there are no terrorist safe havens in Pakistan.Pakistan had ongoing coordination and contact with Tehran. “The army chief will soon visit Iran to improve relations,” he said. Addressing a press conference …

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Stunning air show at Karachi’s sea view

KARACHI -UNS – The United Kingdom (UK)’s Royal Air Force Aerobatic team – commonly known as Red Arrows – is performing an air show at Sea View beach here to celebrate 70-year ties with Pakistan. The air show is open to the public. The Red Arrows …

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Parliament House security assigns to FC

ISLAMABAD -UNS : The Interior Ministry assigned the security of Parliament House to Frontier Constabulary (FC) after Punjab Rangers withdrew from providing security to the Parliament. Reportedly the paramilitary troops on Tuesday withdrew from providing security to the parliament following an open protest by the …

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National Assembly approves Khatm-i-Naboowat clause in original form

ISLAMABAD -UNS – National Assembly (NA) on Thursday has unanimously approved oath related to Khatm-i-Naboowat in nomination papers in its original form. The Elections Act 2017 was presented by Federal Law Minister Zahid Hamid in the House that was accepted by the participants. NA Speaker …

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Sultan of Brunei celebrates 50 years in power

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN -UNS : Oil-rich Brunei’s absolute ruler marked 50 years in power on Thursday, with elaborate celebrations that included a glittering procession through the capital on a gilded chariot, reported Reuters. Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah, 71, is now the world’s second-longest reigning monarch, after …

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KSA-Russia ties to touch new heights: Aims to develop relations with Russia in all spheres: Al-Jubeir

BY GHAZANFAR ALI KHAN RIYADH: King Salman made history on Wednesday as the first reigning Saudi monarch to visit Russia, where he is scheduled to hold wide-ranging talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin and other high-ranking Russian officials on bilateral, regional and international issues. Speaking …

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