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PML-N workers manhandle journalists

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RAWALPINDI: Journalists from ARY News, Bol TV, and 92 News were allegedly manhandled by PML-N workers and supporters covering the former prime minister’s rally in Islamabad on Wednesday. Safdar Klasra, a reporter with Bol TV, told Dawn that he was taking a photo of an ambulance that was stuck in traffic near the Faizabad interchange. […]


SHC moved against dumping of sewage, industrial waste at Sea View

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The Sindh High Court (SHC) on Wednesday directed Karachi Metropolitan Corporation, Defence Housing Authority, Clifton Cantonment Board and others to file comments on a petition against dumping of sewage and industrial waste into the sea. Petitioners World Wide Fund for Nature-Pakistan (WWF-Pakistan), Citizens for Better Environment (Shehri – CBE), Pakistan Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) and […]


Ahsan penning book on child abuse

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Karachi-One of Pakistan’s top actors and models, Ahsan Khan is currently working on a book that deals with the problem of child sexual abuse. “I have always had great love for children,” says Ahsan Khan. “Their welfare and happiness is very important to me. When I was preparing for my role as a sexual predator […]


Pemra directs cable TV operators not to change channels’ position

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ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra) has issued directives to all cable TV operators across Pakistan not to violate laws and to refrain from being part of any illegal activities, including, but not limited to disturbing, shuffling or re-positioning the transmission of Pemra’s licensed TV channels, illegally off-airing of transmission and complete suspension […]


Woman burnt to death by landlord in Nankana Sahib

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FAISALABAD: In a horrific incident that occurred in a village in Nankana Sahib, a female domestic aide was burnt alive by her employer, a feudal landlord, on Wednesday. Saddar Police Station SHO Amjad Ali told The Express Tribune that 35-year-old Fozia Bibi, a mother of five and a resident of Chak No 563, had borrowed some money from […]