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Shehbaz Sharif vows to expose NAB with facts

LAHORE: Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif on Sunday vowed to expose the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) before masses with facts. "The NAB has never summoned those whose money embezzlement is well-known from Karachi to Gilgit and Baltistan," he said pointing towards former president Asif Ali Zardari while inaugurating the project of Bab-e-Pakistan in Lahore. This project will be built on 117 acres at a cost of more than four billion rupees. Shehbaz Sharif has to appear before a NAB team on Monday to…

National Security Committee vows to impress upon US to reverse Jerusalem decision

ISLAMABAD: National Security Committee on Monday vowed to impress upon the United States for the need to revoke the decisions taken regarding Jerusalem. "Pakistan cannot accept the unilateral decisions taken by the Trump Administration, and it would continue to impress upon the United States its moral and political responsibility towards a just and fair resolution of the issue, and the need to revoke the steps take," said the committee in its 16th meeting in Islamabad. Earlier this month, Trump abruptly reversed…

Jahangir Tareen vows to continue working for Naya Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: Secretary General Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Jahangir Khan Tareen on Friday vowed to continue working for Naya Pakistan after the Supreme Court disqualified him on 'technical grounds'. "I worked sincerely with all my strength for the betterment of the PTI and Pakistan. I am proud that all allegations of financial wrongdoing were thrown out. I will continue to stand tall and keep working for a Naya Pakistan," he said in a tweet on his social media account in response to the SC verdict against him earlier in…

Murad vows to revise, alter educational curriculum in Sindh

KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah on Saturday said that he was committed to ensuring access to universal and quality education for all the children and youth of Sindh through schools, colleges, technical institutes and universities. “We will put an end to abuse of the educational curriculum by removing hate, violence and references to militancy and incorporate tolerance and respect for diversity,” he said while addressing the 14th convocation ceremony of SZABIST organised in Karachi. Chancellor SZABIST…

European Parliament vows to help Pakistan eradicate cancer

BRUSSELS: Former Prime Minister of Slovenia, Member European Parliament (MEP), President MAC (MEPs Against Cancer) Alojz Peterle has promised Pakistan to help in cancer research and treatment as much as possible. He made this promise in a meeting with a veteran Pakistani journalist, currently based in UK, Azfar Bukhari in the sideline of the 20th annual reception of European Parliament in Brussels. Bukhari was invited at the annual reception hosted by the 20-member group of EU Parliamentarian. Notables from all around…

Sri Lanka vows to go ahead with Pakistan tour

COLOMBO: Sri Lanka's cricket board Sunday vowed to press ahead with tour of Pakistan next week amid top players’ pulling out and speculation the coach may not join the squad. The Twenty20 final in Lahore will be the first time a Sri Lanka squad has played in Pakistan since March 2009. Sri Lanka Cricket is pushing ahead with its tour despite ongoing security concerns expressed by some top players who are being left out of the squad for the three-match series. The board has played down speculation in local media that…