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Pakistan-US relations: We want alliance with US based on mutual respect: Ahsan Iqbal

By The Frontier Post | February 9, 2018

F.P. Report WASHINGTON: Interior Minister, Ahsan Iqbal has said that Pakistan wants to extend an alliance with US based on mutual respect. This he said while addressing to a press conference early Friday morning. Ahsan added that saying Pakistan hopes for a respectful relationship with United States and adding that Pakistan didn’t need dollars or […]

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Axact degree scandal: Apex court orders to put Shoaib Sheikh, other suspects on ECL

By The Frontier Post | February 9, 2018

F.P. Report ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court of Pakistan ordered to place the name of Shoaib Ahmed Sheikh, CEO of Axact on the exit control list (ECL), the court ordered on Friday while hearing the fake degree scandal. Chief Justice Mian Saqib Nisar, headed the two member bench, issued the orders while resuming hearing of a […]

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Two terrorists killed in US drone strike near Pak-Afghan border

By The Frontier Post | February 9, 2018

F.P. Report ISLAMABAD: As many as two suspected terrorists including deputy head of banned Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), Sajna Mehsud were killed in the US drone strike near Pak-Afghan border on Friday. According to media reports, the notorious TTP leader identified as Sajna Mehsud, the Deputy Head of the banned terrorist organization, while two others belong to […]

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NAB boss vows to eliminate corruption from country

By The Frontier Post | February 9, 2018

F.P. Report LAHORE: National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Chairman Justice (retd) Javed Iqbal on Thursday pledged to eliminate corruption from the country as it was mother of all evils. Addressing a ceremony in which cheques of Rs 304.137 million were distributed among 2,009 affectees of various scandals at the NAB Lahore Bureau, he said the NAB […]

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AAG tells SC: All efforts will be made to bring back Haqqani

By The Frontier Post | February 9, 2018

Tariq Ullah Wardag ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court (SC), while hearing the Memogate case on Thursday, asked what measures the government had taken to bring back Husain Haqqani, a former Pakistani ambassador to the United States, however SC was assured by the additional attorney general (AAG) on Thursday that all efforts will be made to bring […]

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‘Abid killed people on Punjab CM directions’

By The Frontier Post | February 9, 2018

F.P. Report LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan on Thursday alleged that former police inspector Abid ‘Boxer’ was involved in the extrajudicial killings on the directions of Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif. Boxer, a fugitive on the run for 11 years and wanted for dozens of extrajudicial killings, has been arrested from Dubai through […]

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Four Palestinians martyrs buried

By The Frontier Post | December 17, 2017

Monitoring Desk RAMALLAH: Thousands attended on Saturday the funerals of four Palestinians, who were martyred during clashes with Israeli forces a day earlier. Hundreds of mourners laid Mohamed Amin Akel, 22, to rest in the  city of Hebron. Akel died of his wounds on Friday after he was shot multiple times by Israeli forces — […]

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Far-right enters government in Austria

By The Frontier Post | December 16, 2017

VIENNA (Monitoring Desk): Austria’s centre-right OVP (People’s Party) has reached an agreement with the far-right FPO (Freedom Party) to form a coalition government, after eight weeks of intense negotiations following an election in October. The OVP’s young leader Sebastian Kurz and FPO leader Heinz-Christian Strache told reporters on Friday night that the two parties agreed […]

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Three dead, 77,000 flee as storm pounds Philippines

By The Frontier Post | December 16, 2017

TACLOBAN (AFP): At least three people were killed and tens of thousands were driven from their homes by floods as Tropical Storm Kai-Tak pounded the eastern Philippines on Saturday, cutting off power and triggering landslides, officials said. Kai-Tak, packing gusts of up to 110 kilometres an hour, hit the country’s third-largest island Samar in the afternoon […]

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Erdogan: Muslims being targeted through blood, strife

By The Frontier Post | December 16, 2017

ANKARA (Monitoring Desk): The Muslim world is the target of plots to reshape it to the benefit of others, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan warned Saturday. “Like a century ago, the Islamic world is facing efforts to reshape it through blood, tears, and strife between brothers,” Erdogan said in Istanbul, at the 7th Hadith and […]

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Saudi women will also be allowed to drive motorcycles

By The Frontier Post | December 16, 2017

RIYADH (AFP): Saudi Arabian women will be able to drive trucks and motorcycles, officials have said three months after the kingdom announced a historic decision to end a ban on women driving. In September, King Salman issued a decree saying women will be able to drive from next June as part of an ambitious reform […]

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Peru’s Congress prepares to oust President Kuczynski

By The Frontier Post | December 16, 2017

LIMA (AFP): President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski’s chances of surviving the political crisis gripping Peru faded on Friday after Congress passed a motion to start “presidential vacancy” procedures with enough votes to unseat him within a week. The opposition-controlled Congress voted 93-17 on Friday to seek his removal from office over graft allegations, which he denies. […]

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FIA arrests human trafficker

By The Frontier Post | May 31, 2018

F.P. Report QUETTA: The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) arrested a most wanted human trafficker here on Wednesday. FIA sources said that reacting to a tip-off and public complaints, operation was conducted in Quetta. During operation, a human trafficker wanted by security forces in dozens of cases of human smuggling and hailing from district Khanewal of […]

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Traders, shopkeepers held over price hike, substandard food items

By The Frontier Post | May 31, 2018

F.P. Report SHANGLA: The district administration Wednesday held a number of traders and shopkeepers over artificial price hike and sale of substandard food items. They were challaned and fine was also imposed. Following the instructions of Deputy Commissioner to have a close check on supply and demand as well as ensuring nominal prices and quality […]

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NAB enquiry started against PPP’s Nawab Talpur for embezzling millions

By The Frontier Post | May 30, 2018

Naimat Khan KARACHI: Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) on Wednesday approved initiation of inquiry against former Pakistan People’s Party member national Assembly Nawab Yousuf Talpur and his son former member provincial assembly Taimoor Talpur for embezzling funds of Rs100 to 130 millions. “The  board gave approval to initiate enquiry against former PPP NMA Nawab Yousuf Talpur, his son PPP […]

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Sikh leader and social worker Charanjit Singh laid to rest

By The Frontier Post | May 30, 2018

Wisal Yousafzai PESHAWAR: The funeral player of sikh traders and social workers Charanjit Singh was held today Wednesday at Peshawar where he was taken to Attock Nowshera for cremation. Charanjit Singh was killed by unknown gunmen when he was coming from his shop to home on Inqilab Road Peshawar on 29 May,2018. The gunmen managed […]

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Temperatures soar to 45C as Karachiites facing heatwaves

By The Frontier Post | May 30, 2018

Naimat Khan KARACHI:  Mercury soared up to 45° Celsius in Karachi amid usual power outage, restricting the dwellers of the seaside Pakistani metropolis to their homes. The also remained under the influence of gusts of hot winds that are expected to persist for three days. Pakistan’s post city of Karachi is in the grips of […]

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Committee probes harassment of students by invigilator at college in Islamabad

By The Frontier Post | May 30, 2018

F.P.Report ISLAMABAD: The Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) formed a committee on Wednesday to probe into allegations by students that they were sexually harassed by a federal board-appointed examiner during their Intermediate examinations a few days ago. Sources said that the controller examination is heading the committee. On Tuesday, scores of students […]

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