ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday said the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government will change the tradition of influential people's going scot-free in criminal cases, ARY News reported. Expressing the determination to provide justice to all citizens of the country without any discrimination, Imran regretted that only poor were punished in our system while the crimes and misdoings of the influential lot were overlooked. "The PTI government will change this tradition and pattern of governance," he said…
COLOMBO: Sri Lanka President Maithripala Sirisena on Monday overturned a 26-year-old decree that required top bureaucrats to wear a suit and tie, saying they could now opt for "more comfortable" clothing instead. "We must adopt clothing that suits our weather and climate," Sirisena said. "That is why I say that officials no longer need to wear suits. From now on, it is not a mandatory requirement." He made the announcement while speaking at a conference in Colombo and said that the 1991 decree had forced officials in…
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MULTAN: Hundreds of Pakistanis cheered and chanted through a traditional wrestling match in the central city of Multan Saturday as drum beats attracted more fans in a bid to revive the dying sport.
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