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SINDH: JSMM denies links with TTP group

HYDERABAD: Proscribed Jeay Sindh Muttahida Mahaz (JSMM) chairman Shafi Burfat on Saturday rejected the claim about its links with a group of the Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP). In a statement e-mailed to Dawn by the nationalist group from Frankfurt (Germany), he referred to the Larkana DIG’s recent press conference in which the police officer had claimed… Keep Reading


Sindh to write to federal govt to register Chinese nationals coming by land

Listen Keeping in view the increase in instances of skimming devices being installed on ATMs to steal back account holders’ data, the Sindh government has decided to approach the federal government to register Chinese nationals coming into the province by land. Quoting Minister for Law Ziaul Hassan Lanjar, a statement issued on Friday said that… Keep Reading


Gilgit film festival concludes

A CorrespondentUpdated January 13, 2018 0     0 GILGIT: Speakers at the concluding ceremony of the first Karakoram International Mountain Film Festival 2018 festival here on Friday emphasised the need of creating awareness about promotion of outdoor education, mountaineering, and adventure sports, particularly among women, in Gilgit-Baltistan. The event was organised by Pakistan Youth Outreach Foundation… Keep Reading


SINDH: MPC accuses PPP leaders of harbouring criminals in Thar

Hanif SamoonJanuary 12, 2018 4     0 MITHI: A multi-party conference (MPC) held here on Thursday accused leaders of Pakistan Peoples Party of being involved in harbouring criminals and forcing police officers to obey their illegal orders. The MPC voiced serious concern over recent killing of two trader brothers during a robbery attempt and overall… Keep Reading


Pakistan’s resistance to China’s demands shows all is not as well as Beijing wants us to believe

China-driven Silk Road project hits political, financial hurdles APUpdated January 12, 2018 347     22 BEIJING: China’s plan for a modern Silk Road of railways, ports and other facilities linking Asia with Europe hit a $14 billion pothole in Pakistan. Islamabad’s relations with Beijing are so close that officials call China their “Iron Brother”. Despite that… Keep Reading

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