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PTI dubs Hashmi allegations 'unfounded and unfortunate'

ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) on Monday said that PTI President Javed Hashmi’s allegations regarding the party gaining support from the armed forces in the ongoing political crisis were “unfortunate and unfounded”. 209 more words

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'Anonymous Pakistan' take down government sites, leak bank records

KARACHI: In the wake of ongoing anti-government protests in Islamabad, a group of hackers calling themselves ‘Anonymous Op Pakistan’ temporarily brought down numerous government portals in a bid to remove, “every vestige of the Pakistan government from the Internet”. 386 more words

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Political crisis must end through political means, Army says

ISLAMABAD: After a lengthy four hour meeting at General Headquarters, the Pakistan Army corps commanders came out with a statement “reaffirming support to democracy” and reiterating that the current stand-off between the PML-N led government and the Pakistan Tehreek-I-Insaaf (PTI), Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) needed a political solution. 389 more words

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Army chief calls corps commanders meeting

ISLAMABAD: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif has summoned a meeting of the corps commanders for Sunday evening, a day after the political impasse in Islamabad took the form of a full blown clash between protesters and law enforcement personnel. 141 more words

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What a front page

PM who never bothered about sessions in last 14 months now wants to have one everyday. #ShehnshahiSeDemocarcy 

Funny how they are boasting democracy in the parliament. 35 more words

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Untiring Imran Khan puts talks on hold till Nawaz's resignation

ISLAMABAD: Two weeks into his anti-government protest in the federal capital, Pakistan Tehreek-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan maintains his defiant stance that the prime minister step down in order for an independent investigation of alleged election rigging. 588 more words

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Nigerian schools to be closed till october 13th due to ebola scares

The federal government yesterday suspended the resumption of both public and private primary and secondary schools in the country till October 13, 2014.
Minister of Education, Mallam Ibrahim Shekarau made the announcement after meeting with states’ commissioners of education to discuss the risk posed by the dreaded Ebola virus disease in the education sector. 448 more words

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