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October 18: Blood spilled in Karsaz attack still waiting for justice

KARACHI: Twin bombs on the fateful day of October 18, 2007 targeted the homecoming parade of former prime minister of Pakistan Benazir Bhutto in Karachi leaving a scene of death and destruction behind. Bhutto survived in the attack but the terrorist strike claimed around 177 people and hundreds were injured in one of the major terrorist attacks in Pakistan. ARY News cameraman Arif Khan, who was on his professional assignment on the day, was one of the people martyred in the incident. Today, on the 11th anniversary…

PPP has struggled against injustice and dictatorship: Bilawal

HYDERABAD: Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Wednesday lashed at his main political opponents, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf  and Pakistan Muslim League (PM-N) saying that both parties have no concern for the welfare of the people. Addressing a political gathering in Hyderabad to honour the victims of the Karsaz attack, the PPP chairman said that incident was major turning point in their struggle against dictatorship and injustice. "PPP has gone through a lot of testing periods, but has always…

Bilawal Bhutto reveals three candidates for slot of party president in Sindh

LARKANA: Pakistan People's People Chairman Bilawal Bhutto on Wednesday revealed the finalists for the part president in Sindh namely Qaim Ali Shah, Nisar Khuhro and Maulabux Chandio. Bilawal, while addressing a press conference said that he had dissolved all the party leadership from all the provinces since the last six months, and coordination committees were set up to tour the provinces and provide names for the party office bearers, He has now received their reports which will now be approved by the central executive…

CM Sindh offers Imran Khan chairmanship of cricket committee

LARKANA: Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah on Tuesday offered Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman Imran Khan to head the cricket committee of the province.  The Chief Minister while speaking to media said that politics is not sports but rather a serious business, and the only objective is to serve the people. He pointed out that some politicians were still use cricket terminology in politics. "Imran Khan should play cricket. If he needs a job, then I can make him the head of the Sindh Cricket Association if we want to set…