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PFF have no long-term plan for Women – report

The Federation’s inability to focus their resources on the women’s game could lead to a deterioration of the current talent according to a confidential football manager. It seems like the Women’s Team has never got the attention they deserved and following a below-par performance in Sri Lanka, the PFF has come under intense scrutiny for […]

SC vows not to accept any unconstitutional act

Quetta: (Friday, July 13, 2012) The Chief Justice of Pakistan, Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry said here yesterday that the Supreme Court will be the first stoppage on the way to an extra constitutional move. He said that now there will only be the supremacy of law and constitution in the country. The CJ, who was […]

Afghan woman killed for bearing a daughter

An Afghan woman has been strangled to death, apparently by her husband, who was upset that she gave birth to a second daughter rather than the son he wanted, police said Monday. It was the latest in a series of grisly examples of subjugation of women that have made headlines in Afghanistan in the past […]

Kabul to hold its own talks with Taliban

Kabul to hold its own talks with Taliban Concerned that it is being left out of potential peace talks between the United States and the Taliban, the Afghan government is pushing to open its own direct negotiations with the insurgent group in Saudi Arabia, Afghan officials said on Monday. The talks would be separate from […]

ANP proves to be PPP’s most trusted ally

Islamabad Awami National Party (ANP) remains loyal to Pakistan People s Party (PPP) perhaps more than any other of its allies namely PML-Q, Muttahi The News International – Islamabad

Gilani fails to convince Qazi, Sherpao, Achakzai

Islamabad Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani on Monday failed to acquire the support of those political parties, which have become closer to the The News International – Islamabad

Issue of new provinces moved to legislative agenda

ISLAMABAD, Jan 17: The controversy over creating new provinces in Pakistan moved to the present parliament’s legislative agenda for the first time on Tuesday as the Muttahida Qaumi Movement introduced Islamabad News Sources

Government utilises half of TARP funding on infrastructure

Islamabad The PPP government has utilised almost 50 percent funding of the World Bank and DFID-sponsored FBR s Tax Administration Reform Project (T The News International – Islamabad

SC, army cannot derail system: PM Gilani

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani has said that the Supreme Court and the army have to protect democracy, adding that they cannot derail or pack up the system.He was speaking in the National Assembly after the passage of a resolution in support of democracy on Monday.”If there is no democracy then everybody will go […]

Punjab teachers continue protest

Rawalpindi Professors and lecturers continued their protest on the 8th consecutive day on Monday across the province despite being threatened by th The News International – Islamabad

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