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Post by Admin on Wed Oct 20, 2010 8:22 am

Discuss what u read in the E.Newspaper Today ?
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Post by ch zain on Wed Oct 20, 2010 8:26 am

Interpol Secretary General Ronald K. Noble speaks during a news conference with Interior Ministry Chief Rehman Malik at the interior ministry in Islamabad. – Photo by Reuters (File) Front Page
Pakistan rejects report about Osama’s presence RIYADH: A Saudi militant on an Interpol wanted list turned himself in to security authorities after asking to be repatriated from Pakistan, the interior ministry said on Tuesday.

Bader Mohammed Nasser Al-Shehri, one of the 85 men on a Saudi list of alleged militants sent to Interpol in 2009, contacted the authorities from Pakistan via his family, asking to return home, the ministry said in a statement quoted by the official SPA news agency.

The ministry statement did not say what Shehri, 32, was doing in Pakistan.

Ministry spokesman Gen Mansour Al-Turki said he was suspected of working with Al Qaeda. “He contacted his family asking for help to return,” he said. “We will find out now where he was and what he was doing.”

Shehri’s return reduced the number of outstanding wanted men on the list to 71, according to Gen Turki. Six have turned themselves in, six have been killed, and two were arrested.

It was the second announcement in a week of one of the wanted men giving themselves up. On Friday the interior ministry said Jaber Jabran Al-Faifi, a former Guantanamo detainee who rejoined Al Qaeda after graduating from rehabilitation programme, turned himself in through Yemen’s authorities.—AFP

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Post by tariq aziz on Wed Oct 20, 2010 8:27 am

todays news
former president sardar farooq laghari has died today.


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Post by Ali on Wed Oct 20, 2010 8:30 am

tariq aziz wrote:todays news
former president sardar farooq laghari has died today.


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Inna Lillahi Wa Inna Ilaihi Rajiyooon !
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Post by tariq aziz on Wed Oct 20, 2010 8:31 am

ISLAMABAD, Oct 19: Former president Farooq A. Leghari died in Rawalpindi’s Combined Military Hospital on Tuesday night after protracted illness. He was 70.

Mr Leghari had been suffering from cardiac problems for some time and was hospitalised repeatedly. He had served as president from Nov 1993 to Dec 1997. He had a long association with the People’s Party, which he joined after quitting the civil service.

Mr Leghari was born in Chhoti Zaireen, a village in Punjab’s Dera Ghazi Khan district. His body will be flown to his native village where he will be laid to rest.

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Post by ch zain on Wed Oct 20, 2010 8:31 am

Pakistan rejects report about Osama’s presence

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Post by muneeba hassan on Wed Oct 20, 2010 8:33 am

Pakistan News
33 More killed in Fresh Karachi Violence

KARACHI, Pakistan News: Reeling from a series of target killings over the last two days, the city witnessed 33 more deaths in fresh incidents of killings on Tuesday. The most horrifying incident occurred on Tuesday evening, when seven to eight armed men on motorcycles entered...

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Post by ch zain on Wed Oct 20, 2010 8:33 am

29 killed — 12 in attack on scrap market •Markets to remain closed today: No let-up in Karachi bloodshed

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SC judgment on 18th Amendment tomorrow By Nasir Iqbal

Post by malikfurqan on Wed Oct 20, 2010 8:34 am

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A soap opera on repeat ISLAMABAD, Oct 19: The Supreme Court will announce its judgment on the cons- titutionality of the 18th Amendment on Thursday.

A 17-judge full court had on Sept 30 reserved its verdict after over four months of hearing on petitions challenging various aspects of the 18th Amendment, including the mechanism approved by parliament for appointment of superior court judges.

The bench started hearing the petitions on May 24 and discussed threadbare all aspects of the amendment, especially Article 175-A relating to appointment of superior court judges which, according to the petitioners, impinges on the independence of judiciary.

The petitions also challenged the renaming of the NWFP as Khyber Pakhtunkhwa which, it was argued, would result in dividing the national polity on linguistic and ethnic lines, deletion of Article 17(4) relating to elections in political parties and insertion of Article 63-A empowering heads of parties to have a final say in case of defections.

The decision to announce the verdict has been taken after a number of conclaves held by the judges on the bench to exchange points of view on the proceedings which were closed last month.


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Commission to review criminal case verdicts since ’47 By Our Staff Reporter

Post by malikfurqan on Wed Oct 20, 2010 8:36 am

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani is set to announce the establishment of a commission which will review criminal cases and determine possible “miscarriage of justice” in cases including that of former prime minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, who was hanged in 1979, Dawn has learnt.

Mr Gilani approved the proposal after a presentation was given to him by his Adviser, Nawabzada Ghazanfar Gul, in the Prime Minister Secretariat (PMS) recently.

Mr Gul is said to be the brain behind the concept. He has been working on the issue, especially after studying the British-based Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC), which is said to be the inspiration for the proposal the PPP has finalised.

However, it is yet to be decided when the proposed commission, which will comprise three judges, will be formed and when it will start functioning.

Once formed, people will have the right to file review appeals with the commission on cases decided by courts since 1947.

If the commission finds an appeal to have a merit, it can refer it to the relevant court for a hearing.

However, it is feared that the proposed CCRC may be opposed by the higher judiciary whose verdicts would be reviewed by the commission. The appointment of judges can also be questioned.

Although the objective of the PPP government is to review and refer appropriate cases to appeal courts to limit the miscarriage of justice, the review of ZAB’s case is said to be a major motivating factor behind the idea.

“The PPP believes that the punishment awarded to Mr Bhutto was based on injustice and being a national hero he must be exonerated,” said a senior government official.

Sources said that the Prime Minister’s Secretariat and the Law Ministry were jointly working on the issue, exploring ways to implement the system.

After giving the final shape to the concept of the CCRC, it will be presented to President Asif Ali Zardari for approval. This is expected to happen soon.

In the UK, the commission is based in Birmingham and has about 100 staff.

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Post by muneeba hassan on Wed Oct 20, 2010 8:37 am

Pakistan News
33 More killed in Fresh Karachi Violence

KARACHI, Pakistan News: Reeling from a series of target killings over the last two days, the city witnessed 33 more deaths in fresh incidents of killings on Tuesday. The most horrifying incident occurred on Tuesday evening, when seven to eight armed men on motorcycles entered...

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Post by tariq aziz on Wed Oct 20, 2010 8:38 am

PPP core committee discusses Karachi situation
By Syed Irfan Raza
Wednesday, 20 Oct, 2010


President Zardari has directed Rehman Malik to submit a comprehensive report on the law and order situation in Karachi. -AFP Photo

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Video of mob killings sparks anguish in Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: President Asif Ali Zardari has directed Interior Minister Rehman Malik to submit a comprehensive report on the law and order situation in Karachi.

Speaking at meeting of PPP’s core committee at the Presidency here on Tuesday, he said the elements behind the spate of target killings in Karachi would be apprehended and brought to justice regardless of their political affiliation.
The meeting jointly chaired by the president and Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani discussed overall political and law and order situation in the country.

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Post by muneeba hassan on Wed Oct 20, 2010 8:39 am

Musharraf Says Pakistan Needs him.
(Oct. 19) -- Slamming the current leaders of his country, former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf today declared it vital that he return home to rejoin politics if Pakistan is to be saved from terrorism and economic collapse.

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NGOs complain to Gilani about poor relief work By Khawar Ghumman

Post by malikfurqan on Wed Oct 20, 2010 8:40 am

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Prime Minister Gilani’s firm but polite no POOR IMPLEMENTATION
US aid projects fail to achieve goals: report ISLAMABAD: Representatives of leading national non-governmental organisations (NGOs) complained to Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani on Monday about lack of coordination and adequate monitoring of relief and rehabilitation work in flood-affected areas.

At an interactive dinner with the prime minister, they called for immediate revival of the local government system and said the worst-hit rural areas were being neglected in the relief and rehabilitation work.

They called for land reforms and more tax on the rich, terming it the only way to help the affected people.

Samina Khan of the Sungi organisation said it was impossible to undertake rehabilitation work at the district and tehsil levels in the absence of local governments and, therefore, the government should take immediate steps to hold their elections.

The prime minister said that 2011 would be the year of local bodies’ elections.

Naeem Mirza of Aurat Foundation said women and children were the most vulnerable among the affected people who needed special attention of the government. He complained of a lack of coordination in relief work.

Sarwar Bari of the Pattan development organisation said that governance was deteriorating and the suffering of affected people would not end without an improvement.

Referring to the poor performance of the Earthquake Reconstruction and Rehabilitation Authority, he said: “I doubt things will be much different this time, because on the ground I could see a sheer manifestation of partisanship by political parties.”

Minister of State for Finance Hina Rabbani Khar rejected the remark about partisanship.

Mr Bari called for taxing the rich more aggressively and for across-the-board land reforms. Over the years, poverty has deepened and an equal distribution of land is the only sustainable way to help the people.

Another NGO representative urged the government to also focus on ecological rehabilitation of the affected areas. He said riverbeds had been massively encroached upon and it should be ensured that no housing, legal or illegal, was built on such places.

In reply to a question, the prime minister said the government was taking austerity measures and around 10 ministries and divisions would be wound up in a few months under the 18th Amendment.

“The government has already given an action plan whereby it will provide Rs100,000 to every affected family for the building of their homes, besides an immediate release of Rs20,000 through Watan cards.”

Those who said the government did not have any plan actually didn’t want to help Pakistan, the prime minister said.

Federal Finance Minister Abdul Hafeez Shaikh said it was not easy to increase tax collection. “When the government talks about tax on big land holdings, my colleagues sitting in parliament oppose it, brokers are against tax on capital gains and people are not willing to pay taxes on their costly houses.”


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Post by ch zain on Wed Oct 20, 2010 8:40 am

Membership of 16 legislators restored By Iftikhar A. Khan

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Post by muneeba hassan on Wed Oct 20, 2010 8:41 am

Kashmir issue part of Pak's national agenda: Gilani
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ISLAMABAD: Pakistan prime minister Yusuf Raza Gilani on Sunday said Kashmir issue is part of the national agenda of the country which "can never forget it."

Gilani also claimed that the world community has strated recognising Kashmir as a disputed territory due to the efforts by his government.

"Kashmir is part of our national agenda and we can never forget it. The Kashmiri people live in our hearts. We inherited this love from our late leader (President Zulfiqar Ali) Bhutto," Gilani said in an address to the nation that focussed largely on domestic political issues.

"Today, the world community has for the first time begun recognising Kashmir as a disputed territory due to our efforts. It is a big success for us that the European parliament has agreed to a tripartite dialogue on the Kashmir issue. Kashmir was represented in this by the Prime Minister of Azad Jammu and Kashmir," he said.

The European parliament accepted Pakistan's view that the UN and the Organisation of the Islamic Conference should be made part of efforts to find a solution to the Kashmir issue, he said.

The "prime minister" of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, Sardar Attique Ahmed Khan, recently participated in a series of meetings on the Kashmir issue in Brussels. Reports suggested that some European parliamentarians had accepted Khan's proposal that the European Union should coordinate efforts to find a solution to the Kashmir issue


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PPP core committee discusses Karachi situation By Syed Irfan Raza

Post by warda on Wed Oct 20, 2010 8:43 am

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Video of mob killings sparks anguish in Pakistan ISLAMABAD: President Asif Ali Zardari has directed Interior Minister Rehman Malik to submit a comprehensive report on the law and order situation in Karachi.

Speaking at meeting of PPP’s core committee at the Presidency here on Tuesday, he said the elements behind the spate of target killings in Karachi would be apprehended and brought to justice regardless of their political affiliation.
The meeting jointly chaired by the president and Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani discussed overall political and law and order situation in the country.

Federal ministers Makhdoom Amin Fahim, Syed Khursheed Ahmed Shah, Syed Naveed Qamar, Rehman Malik and Makhdoom Shahabuddin, PPP’s secretary-general Jahangir Badar, Senator Faisal Raza Abidi, Mehreen Anwar Raja, Rukhsana Bangash, Fouzia Wahab and Fouzia Habib attended the meeting.

The meeting also discussed the possible situation after the verdict of the Supreme Court in the 18th Amendment case scheduled to be announced on Thursday.

President Zardari and Sindh Governor Ishratul Ibad met in Islamabad on Monday and discussed ways of solving the problems of Karachi.

The interior minister visited the city and it was reported on Tuesday night that he had been asked by the president to rush to the city because of the worsening situation.

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Post by warda on Wed Oct 20, 2010 8:47 am

Balochistan lawyers boycott courts By Amanullah Kasi
Wednesday, 20 Oct, 2010 POINT OF VIEW
A soap opera on repeat QUETTA, Oct 19: Lawyers boycotted court

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Post by Abdul Nasir on Wed Oct 20, 2010 8:49 am

NEW DELHI: The chief organiser of the Commonwealth Games in New Delhi vigorously defended himself on Sunday against allegations of corruption surrounding the troubled event and lashed out at his critics.
Suresh Kalmadi, chairman of the Delhi 2010 organising committee, fought back as a government probe began into construction costs, payments to contractors, equipment leases and other alleged financial irregularities.
In an angry statement to the press, he accused Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit of stealing credit for sorting out major problems that threatened the Games and her own departments of being corrupt.
Kalmadi took the brunt of international criticism during the run-up to the Games, which were afterwards hailed as a success despite chaotic preparations, a last-minute dash to finish facilities and a ballooning budget.
He said Dikshit’s comments on Saturday that there were suspicions of corruption involving the organising committee were “most disappointing and uncalled for”.
“It is not right to deflect and point fingers at others when she must indulge in self-reflection on corruption in her own departments,” he said.
Kalmadi, a political veteran from the same ruling Congress party as Dikshit, was booed at the opening and closing ceremonies after becoming the public face of the Games’ difficulties.
The event was hit by uncompleted athletes’ accommodation, shabbily constructed venues and a series of organisational glitches ranging from poor ticket sales to delayed sports results.
Kalamadi said he kept his silence during the Games because national pride was at stake but now, he said, “I owe it to the organising committee that we speak out. We don’t want to be the scapegoats any more.”
“Dikshit’s attempt to take credit for getting the Games Village ready in time does not fit with the team concept,” he said after an army of workers was drafted in to sort out complaints of uninhabitable, dirty apartments.
Kalmadi stressed that the final verdict on the Games had been positive from athletes, the international media and the Commonwealth Games Federation.
“I am proud that the world has declared that conduct of the Games was faultless, with all competitions being held as per schedule,” he said.
Kalmadi said Delhi authorities were responsible for building the venues but the organising committee had absorbed much of the blame and had kept the Games on track as national teams considered pulling out over health and safety fears.
In one of the worst incidents, a large new bridge fell down and injured scores of labourers.
“When the foot over-bridge near the (main) stadium collapsed, it led to doubts about the safety of the people. Reports of delays in getting the city ready also caused many teams to believe that Games could not be held,” Kalmadi said.
“We had to do a lot of hand-holding and cajoling to ensure that the full complement of 71 nations and territories took part.
“Despite a series of attacks in the run-up to the Games, I was quiet as I wanted the Games to succeed. Keeping quiet should not be interpreted as a sign of weakness. Nor should patience be seen as a sign of guilt,” he added.
The Mail Today printed details on Sunday of tenders that were far above the estimated cost of renovating stadiums for the Games.

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todays temprature

Post by warda on Wed Oct 20, 2010 8:50 am

Temperature of Main Cities in Pakistan

Abbottabad32 C
Karachi28 C
Peshawar35 C
Quetta34 C
Rawalpindi34 C
Sargodha37 C
Sukkur41 C
Faisalabad36 C
Gujranwala37 C
Lahore38 C
Swabi39 C
Multan39 C
Islamabad37 C
Sialkot37 C

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great news daily news pk

Post by Mehdi hassan on Wed Oct 20, 2010 9:02 am

بجلی کے نرخوں میں اضافے کیلئے کے ای ایس سی کی درخواست مسترد

2010 : اکتوبر-19

اسلام آباد(مانیٹرنگ ڈیسک)نیپرا نے بجلی کے نرخ میں 57 پیسے فی یونٹ اضافے کیلئے کے ای ایس سی کی درخواستیں مسترد کر دی ہیں جبکہ سیکورٹی ڈپازٹ میں اضافے کی درخواست قبول کر لی گئی ہے۔ نیپرا نے کے ای ایس سی کی مختلف درخواستوں پر فیصلہ جاری کر دیا ہے جس کے مطابق آپریشن اور مرمت کی بنیاد پر بجلی کے نرخوں میں 43 پیسے اور دوسری مد میں 14 پیسے فی یونٹ اضافے کی درخواستیں مسترد کر دی گئی ہیں۔ نیپرا نے کے ای ایس سی کی سیکیورٹی ڈپازٹ میں اضافے کی درخواست قبول کر لی ہے جس پر فیصلہ الگ سے جاری کیا جائے گا۔ دوسری طرف ملک میں بجلی سپلائی کرنے والی دیگر آٹھ کمپنیوں کے نرخوں میں 26 پیسے کمی کی درخواست نیپرا میں جمع کرا دی گئی ہے۔ یہ درخواست سنٹرل پاور پرچیز ایجنسی کی جانب سے داخل کی گئی ہے۔ اس درخواست کی سماعت 25 اکتوبر کو کی جائے گی۔ نیپرا کے مطابق نرخوں میں کمی کی درخواست فیول ایڈجسٹمنٹ کی بنیاد پر ستمبر کے مہینے کیلئے دی گئی ہے۔

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Post by samra on Wed Oct 20, 2010 9:10 am

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A soap opera on repeat ISLAMABAD, Oct 19: Former president Farooq A. Leghari died in Rawalpindi’s Combined Military Hospital on Tuesday night after protracted illness. He was 70.

Mr Leghari had been suffering from cardiac problems for some time and was hospitalised repeatedly. He had served as president from Nov 1993 to Dec 1997. He had a long association with the People’s Party, which he joined after quitting the civil service.

Mr Leghari was born in Chhoti Zaireen, a village in Punjab’s Dera Ghazi Khan district. His body will be flown to his native village where he will be laid to rest

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Post by Afsheen Sharif on Wed Oct 20, 2010 9:12 am


provinces Pakistan troops kill 12 militants: officials
Tuesday, 25 May, 2010 Jet planes pounded Sun Bagh, Shabsh Qamr and Dabori areas of the Upper Orakzai Agency.—File photo Pakistan
Three soldiers killed in South Waziristan: official UNENDING THREAT
119 high-profile militants at large PESHAWAR: At least 12 militants were killed in a clash with Pakistani troops in a restive tribal district Tuesday, officials said.



The fighting broke out during a search operation in Orakzai, one of seven lawless districts in Pakistan’s semi-autonomous tribal belt, where troops have been battling the Taliban since March, security officials said.



A paramilitary spokesman told AFP that about 50 militants attacked troops during search and clearance operation in the district’s Dabori area.



“At least 12 militants were killed and eight terrorist hideouts were also destroyed. There was no loss of security forces,” the spokesman said.



He said helicopter gunships were also called in during the firefight.



Pakistani forces launched the Orakzai offensive on March 24 in a bid to flush out Taliban who escaped last year’s major assault on South Waziristan, where the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) leadership had its headquarters.



The TTP, blamed for a bombing campaign that has killed 3,300 people across Pakistan over the past three years, grabbed the global spotlight after the United States blamed it for the failed May 1 car bomb plot in New York.



Washington says Pakistan’s tribal belt, which lies beyond Islamabad’s direct control, is a stronghold for Al-Qaeda and militants plotting attacks on US-led troops fighting the Taliban in Afghanistan.


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ISLAMABAD: Ministry of Environment will organize international conference on “Climate Change and Development” from October 21 to 22, 2010 in collaboration with One UN Joint programme on Environment.

Federal Minister for Environment Hameedullah Jan Afridi said this while addressing a press conference here on Tuesday.

He said the cause of Pakistan’s worst ever floods, which affected 1/5 of its total area and over 20 million population apart from serious damage to infrastructure and economy, was attributed to global warming and changing weather pattern due to climate change adding the devastating flood might come every year due to global warming.

Environment Minister said the purpose of this conference was to gather a galaxy of experts on the subject from around the world to ponder on the science and policy in managing risks and impacts of climate change.

He added the main focus of conference would be the means, which could ensure access to technology and adequate finances for sustainable development in Pakistan and other developing countries.

He said the event would take stock of the unfolding effects of climate change in South Asia particularly Pakistan. It would cover various levels of topics including regional, transitional, national, sub-national and local with clusters on specialized topics related to sustainable

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