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    Jeyaraj and Fenix: Outrage mounts over deaths in Indian police custody

    Outrage is mounting over the deaths in custody of a father and son in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu. P Jeyaraj, 58, and his son Fenix, 38, were arrested for allegedly keeping their stores open past permitted hours - Tamil Nadu is still observing a lockdown to curb the spread of Covid...
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    India's Muslims fear for their future under Narendra Modi

    With an increase in hate crimes against Muslims in India in recent years, some fear the world's largest democracy is becoming dangerously intolerant under the Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). The BBC's Rajini Vaidyanathan reports. It happened just days before the first phase of...
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    TLP protests: Over 5,000 booked in govt crackdown a day after deal

    ISLAMABAD / LAHORE: A day after ‘striking a deal’ with the Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) protesters, the government on Tuesday swung into action as it started a crackdown against the people who vandalised public properties – in the wake of the apex court’s Oct 31 verdict – while also...
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    Daily wagers recruited during NA-120 campaign waiting for their salaries

    LAHORE: Dozens of daily wagers belonging to the NA-120 constituency of Lahore have been waiting for their salaries despite completing their job duration of three months in dengue health programme, Pakistan Today has learnt. These daily wagers were recruited from different zones of Lahore during...
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    Saad Rafique in trouble - NAB summons Paragon Society records

    Saad Rafique is by far the biggest land mafia in Punjab. His entire Paragon society is built on qabza land. I really hope we get to see justice, and see all the people this filth of a man has screwed.
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    Over Rs400bn irregularities found in road projects - Good Governance of PML-N

    ISLAMABAD: The auditor general of Pakistan (AGP) has found irregularities worth hundreds of billions of rupees in the award of various road projects by the National Highway Authority (NHA), including certain projects initiated under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). The report on...
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    BBC Documentary on KPK Microhydel Projects - Well done PTI

    This is called Tabdeeli. Focus on the projects that matter to people, rather than engage in Infrastructure projects that only benefit Ittefaq Foundry.
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    Nawaz's homecoming rally cost national exchequer, economy Rs1.45 bn: report

    LAHORE (Dunya News)- Ousted Nawaz Sharif’s homecoming rally has cost national exchequer a mammoth amount of Rs300.56 million whereas economy, already plummeting against backdrop of current political turmoil, registered an estimated loss of Rs1.25 billion. These startling stats were shared in a...
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    Nawaz added whopping $35b to Pakistan’s debt

    ISLAMABAD: Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif’s government obtained a whopping $35 billion in new loans during his four-year tenure to repay maturing debt and keep official foreign currency reserves at a level which could give a sense of economic stability to investors. About $17 billion or...
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    ECC rolls over bank loans as circular debt crosses Rs800b

    ISLAMABAD: As circular debt crosses Rs800 billion, the federal government agreed on Tuesday to roll over Rs193 billion worth of loans that it had obtained from commercial banks and a company to settle power sector arrears after it could not timely repay its debt. The Economic Coordination...
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    PML-N govt ‘failed to fulfill’ manifesto vows

    ISLAMABAD: In a demeaning report, an independent think tank has said that the incumbent government underperformed during the ongoing tenure and failed to fully implement its election manifesto on the economic front, hardly achieving six of the 89 goals. Even in areas where it had initially...
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    Dar’s trusted aide appointed FBR chief - Corruption at its Finest

    ISLAMABAD: Amid Panama Papers controversy, the government on Monday appointed a trusted aide to Finance Minister Ishaq Dar chairman of the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) and notified over 10 per cent increase in the net salaries, pensions and allowances of the civil and armed forces personnel...
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    Funding education: Higher budget allocation yielding dividends for K-P

    PESHAWAR: The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf-led government in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa has claimed that it has built over 400 new schools for both, boys and girls, across the province over the past three years. According to documents of the K-P Elementary and Secondary Education Department (ESED)...
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    When did IB men become private spies, asks SC

    ISLAMABAD: The alleged surveillance of members of the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) by the government-controlled Intelligence Bureau (IB) was called into question on Monday when the Supreme Court sought Attorney General (AG) Ashtar Ausaf Ali’s assistance in determining what legal backing the...
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    Imran Khan’s party improves services in Pakistan’s wildest province: Economist

    “THEY are getting away with murder,” says Khalid Masud, director of the Lady Reading Hospital in Peshawar, the largest in a province long racked by insurgency. Dr Khalid was not talking of the Pakistani Taliban or other extremist groups, but of his own doctors. Of the 45 senior consultants at...
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    Public confidence surges on KP education reforms

    Staff reporter Peshawar This year, a record 151,000 students have migrated from private schools of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to the Government Schools. This number was 34,000 last year. This significant increase is testimony of reforms initiatives in government schools, some of which have never been...
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    PTI worker's social media office 'ransacked' in Peshawar as party gears up for protests

    The office of a Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) volunteer working for the party's social media wing in Peshawar was ransacked by unidentified individuals ahead of the party's decision to launch protests against its workers' 'harassment' by law enforcement agencies. PTI activist Syed Furqan...
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    "If we probe corruption, progress will stop" - Nawaz Sharif

    What a third class person our Prime Minister is. He is supporting corruption 100%. It's such a shame that we have people in Pakistan and even some people on this very forum who think corruption is a great thing for the country. Lanat on these people and our corruption king prime minister.
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    Increase in parliamentary seats post-census worries PML-N, PPP-P

    LAHORE: The post-census increase in parliament’s seats is haunting the government and the opposition as both sides are engaged in an informal dialogue to develop a seemingly “impossible” consensus on what the Pakistan Peoples Party-Parliamentarians calls a delicate issue. A source privy to the...
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    Panel finds anomalies as circular debt swells to Rs370b

    ISLAMABAD: The energy sector’s circular debt surged sharply to Rs370 billion in the wake of the expiry of International Monetary Fund programme, after a parliamentary body probing wrongdoings in Rs480 billion debt payments of 2013 decided to expand the scope of its inquiry. As of the end of...

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