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Notification regarding Dawn leaks to be issued in two days: Marriyum

KARACHI: Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Marriyum Aurangzeb on Sunday said that the Interior Ministry will issue a notification regarding Dawn Leaks in a couple of days, ARY News reported. “All responsible persons will be brought to justice. The notification will also identify all the characters involved in Dawn Leaks,” she said while addressing a meeting of Council of Pakistan Newspaper Editors (CPNE) in Karachi. She also said that the government believed in freedom of expression and it would ensure…

Pak-Afghan border to be re-opened temporarily: FO

ISLAMABAD: Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria on Monday said that Pak-Afghan border would be opened for two days on Tuesday. He said border along Afghanistan at Torkham and Chaman will be opened on Tuesday and the day after to provide an opportunity to those nationals of Afghanistan who had come to Pakistan on valid visas and wished to return to their country. The crossing points will also be opened on these two days for those nationals of Pakistan who had gone to Afghanistan on valid visas and wished to return…

Saleem Shahzad announces to return to Karachi within two days

LONDON: Former Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) leader Saleem Shahzad on Sunday announced his return to Pakistan within next 48 hours, ARY News reported. He said within next 48 hours he would be in Karachi. In a comment, he said he would announce his party affiliation after reaching the country. Read More: Saleem Shahzad welcomes Nadeem Nusrat’s expulsion from MQM committee He is most likely going to join MQM Pakistan as in a tweet in Augusts last year after MQM Pakistan dissociated from its founder, he had…

Japan fixes giant 30-metre sinkhole in just two days

TOKO: A giant sinkhole appeared in the middle of a busy Japanese city on Nov 8 has been repaired by the authorities after round the clock work to fix it. The gaping hole, around 30 metres (98 feet) wide, exposed support columns of nearby buildings at a traffic intersection in the southern city of Fukuoka, prompting fears of further collapses. The sinkhole, apparently triggered by subway construction in the area, had exposed the support columns of nearby buildings at a traffic intersection. Japanese workers…