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A look into tumultuous five years of PML-N

In May 2013, the PML-N made a triumphant election comeback under the leadership of Nawaz Sharif, who trod very carefully than ever before after his two previous governments sent packing in the 90s without completing their mandated tenures. While his party managed to weather powerful political storms of its trying times and survived through thick and thin and draws near to the end of its five-year term in power this time round, Sharif had hard luck for being unable to complete his third tenure in office. The most unlucky…

Imran wasted five years in blame game, sit-ins, Nawaz tells Swat crowd

SWAT: Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif on Sunday said Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Imran Khan wasted five years in blame game and sit-ins and did nothing for the people, ARY News reported. “He has been vindicated who confessed of having offshore companies, while five people ousted the elected prime minister,” he said criticising the historic Supreme Court ruling in Panama case while addressing a public gathering at Kabal Ground in Swat.  Heaping scorn at the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government, he said Imran was going…

Sharjeel Khan banned for five years in spot-fixing case

LAHORE: Pakistan’s explosive opening batsman Sharjeel Khan has been banned for five years in the PSL spot-fixing scandal. A three-man tribunal headed by Justice (retired) Asghar Haider announced the verdict on Pakistan opener Sharjeel Khan’s case on its alleged role in spot fixing. Sharjeel Khan was suspended on suspicion of five breaches of the Pakistan Cricket Board’s Anti-Corruption Code. What are the charges against Sharjeel? Sharjeel and another opener Khalid Latif were charged by the PCB for alleged breaches of…

In five years Pakistan can be recognized as a leading export nation: Ahsan

ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Planning and Development Ahsan Iqbal on Friday said following cluster-based approach, in the next 5 years, Pakistan can be recognised as a leading export nation. “We can create value added economy to give boost to our exports. Pakistan’s agriculture is backbone of our economy but it is producing much lower than world averages. If we increase our production to world average yield, our exports can increase by $20 billions,” he said while chairing a meeting on “Cluster Development Based…