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برہ بانڈی میں پولیس کانسٹیبل کا نوسالہ بچی پر تشدد ،پولیس کورپورٹ کرنے پرلاپتہ کرنے کی دھمکیاں بھی دی گئی ،متاثرہ بچیوں کے والد کا( bolswat) سے گفتگو،ڈی پی او سوات نے کانجو پولیس کو مذکورہ پولیس کے خلاف انکوائری اورمقدمہ درج کرنے کی ہدایات جاری کردی ،تفصیلات کے مطابق برہ بانڈی کے رہائشی فضل رحمان کا نے مینگورہ میں ( bolswat) کوبتایا کہ ان کی نو سالہ بیٹی کا ئنات پڑوس کے رہائشی پولیس کانسٹیبل رحمت کے بیٹی کے ساتھ برہ بانڈی توحید اباد مدرسی میں پڑھتی ہے ،مدرسے میں دونو ں بچیوں کے درمیان کچھ بات پر ناراضگی ائی اور ان کے بیٹی نے میرے بیٹی کومارا پیٹا جب بچی کائنات رحمت علی کے گھر شکوہ کرنے کے لیے پہنچی تو اس اثنا میں پولیس کانسٹیبل کی بیوی نے میرے بچی کو مارنہ شروع کیا ۔گھر میں میرے بڑی بیٹی نے جب چیخوں کی اواز سنی تو ان کے گھر بہن کو بچانے کے لیے پہنچ گئی مگر ظلم کی انتہا یہ ہے کہ رحمت پولیس کانسٹیبل نے میری بیٹی پر بھی تشدد کیا اور ہمیں دھمکیاں دی گئی کہ اگر آپ نے پولیس میں رپورٹ درج کرنے کی کوشیش کی تو میرا تعلق انٹیلی جنس ایجنسی ائی ایس ائی سے ہے اپکا پتہ بھی نہیں چلے گا.
ان کا مزید کہنا تھا کہ کانجو تھانہ میں رپورٹ درج نہیں کرائی گئی تو مجبورا ڈی پی او سوات سلیم مروت کو پولیس کانسٹیبل کے خلاف انصاف کے لیے درخواست جمع کرائی ہے .
دوسرے جانب کانجو تھانہ کے محرر کا کہنا ہے کہ ڈی پی او سوات نے سختی سے ہدایت جاری کی ہے کہ متاثرہ افراد سے بیان لیں اور ان کے میڈیکل کرکے کانسٹیبل کے خلاف قانون کے مطابق مقدمہ درج کریں ۔

In Quetta Two policemen gunned down

QUETTA: At least two policemen were killed on Tuesday when unidentified gunmen opened fire on their vehicle.
The incident took place on the Saryab road area of the provincial capital.

Further details were unavailable at the time of filing of this report.

Monsoon rains start in country

QUETTA/SUKKUR: Rain hit several parts of the country bringing respite to the sizzling heat that had took the country under its spell for the last one week.
In Sindh, Daharki, Sukkur, Ghotki ,Khairpur, Larkana and Mirpur received its first monsoon rain.Heavy thunderstorms lashed Quetta for over an hours inundating streets. At least three people were killed in rain related incidents.


At Sukkur, 40 feeders tripped due to rain resulting in power outages in several localities.
At Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Swat, Lower Dir and Murree received rain turning the weather pleasant.
Faisalabad, Bahawalpur and Sahiwal received rain with strong winds.
On Monday, the Met Office had predicted the onset of monsoon in the coming week.
Monsoon rains are likely to start from upper parts of the country that will spread towards central and southern parts of the country during the week, their statement said.
During the first spell of monsoon, widespread rains with isolated heavy thundershowers accompanied by strong gusty winds are expected in Islamabad, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Punjab, FATA and Kashmir. While scattered rains/dust-thundershowers are also expected in Sindh and Balochistan during the coming week.

Today in Karachi Ch Nisar to chair meeting on law and order

ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar will travel to Karachi today to attend meeting regarding law and order situation in city. According to sources Chaudhry Nisar will also meet Chief Justice (CJ) Sindh High Court (SHC) Sajjad Ali Shah and  Governore Sindh. Earlier on Saturday, Chaudhry Nisar has said that 24-hour surveillance is underway regarding the incident of kidnapping of the son of the Sindh chief justice. The interior minister said that the terrorists always attacked the soft targets like famous personalities and schools and bazaars. He said that we would not close our institutions rather defeat the terrorist mindset. He said we could not close our businesses and markets under fear of terrorists, but would fight against them. We would not let such incidents become our weakness. 

Hot, dry weather expected in country during next 24 hours in Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Meteorological Department has expected hot and dry weather in the country during next 24 hours. However, scattered rain, dust-thundershowers with strong winds is expected in Makran, Bahawalpur, Mirpurkhas, Hyderabad, Kalat divisions, while at isolated places in Karachi, Sukkar, Larkana,Peshawar, Zhob, Malakand, Hazara, Bannu, Kohat, Rawalpindi, Sargodha, D.G.Khan, Multan divisions, FATA, Islamabad and Kashmir.

Three people killed in Shangla road accident

SHANGLA: At least three persons were killed and eight others injured in road accident today. According to reports, two cars collided head on Keri area of Shangla and fell into a deep ravine.  At least two people were killed on the spot while nine others injured. The injured were shifted to Bisham hospital, where another injured succumbed to his injuries.

Pakistani artists demand security after Amjad Sabri's murder in karachi

In Karachi  Several artists demanded security for themselves following the cold blooded murder of famed Qawwal Amjad Sabri earlier this week.
Led by pop singer Fakhr-e-Alam several television celebrities filed a request at the Darakshan Police Station on Saturday requesting the government to provide everyone to  security.
Speaking to Geo News Fakhr-e-Alam said that the artist community was shocked at the murder of Amjad Sabri. "If any other artist is attacked now, the government will be responsible."
He said that the government had earlier said that Amjad Sabri had not informed them about any threat. "We are all threatened. We are letting you know. So please provide us security."
Actors Maria Wasti and Faisal Qureshi, Zeba Bakhtiar accompanied him.
Earlier a video by the same actors went viral on social media.
In the video Fakhr-e-Alam said that if government officials are 'high profile targets' so are artists. "If government officials can have bullet proof cars and police escorts artists demand the same treatment. And if the government cannot provide us police escorts, then please return your own escorts so that we have the satisfaction that we are as vulnerable as your are on the streets of Karachi.

Prime Minister David Cameron is to step down by the next October after the UK voted to leave the European Union.

     Speaking outside 10 Downing Street, he           said"fresh leadership" was needed.
      The PM had urged the country to vote             Remain but was defeated by 52% to 48%         despite Scotland, London and Northern             Ireland backing staying in.
      UKIP leader Nigel Farage hailed it as the          UK's  "independence day", while Boris              Johnson said  the result would not mean          "pulling up the  drawbridge".
     Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said    she was "absolutely determined" to keep Scotland in the EU so a second Scottish independence referendum was now "highly likely".
German chancellor Angela Merkel expressed "great regret" at the outcome, and EU chiefs said they expected the UK to begin negotiations to leave "as soon as possible, however painful that process may be".
But Boris Johnson, the ex-London mayor and public face of Vote Leave who is now a front-runner to be next prime minister, said there was "no need for haste" about severing the UK's ties.

England top order batsman batsman Compton to take ‘immediate break’ before Pakistan series

England top order batsman Nick Compton is to take an immediate break from cricket after a challenging start to the season "both physically and mentally", Middlesex and England management said on Thursday.
The decision means the South African-born number three, whose future with England had already been called into question, can be ruled out of the test series against Pakistan between July 14 and Sept 7.
Durham´s Scott Borthwick looks likely to be recalled for the opening test at Lord´s.
"It has been agreed that the best way forward is for Compton to spend some time away from the game," Middlesex said in a statement, which did not indicate how long the break might be.
The county side´s managing director of cricket, Angus Fraser, said it would allow him to "refresh, recharge and return to play the sort of cricket we all know he is capable of producing."
The statement added that the player, who turns 33 on Sunday, would receive the full support of his county and England management.
Compton, has been suffering a run drought and scored only 51 from five innings in England´s recent test series against Sri Lanka.
Former England captain Mike Atherton said earlier this month that Compton ´just hadn´t got going´ and expected him to be dropped for the Pakistan series.
Fraser told that the player was tired: "He´s not where he wants to be at this moment in time. He´s obviously disappointed with the way things went.
"We haven´t put a date on it," he said of the player´s eventual return. We´ll see how he goes and monitor it and when Nick´s ready, I´m sure he´ll make contact with us and get back into training.
"He´s frustrated by what´s taken place and trying to work it all out and make some sense of it. I´m sure he´ll be back and keen to carry on his career."
The grandson of England great Denis Compton said last month that he felt his England career was on the line.
"I want to feel good about my batting and I want to feel good about contributing to the England team," said Compton, who has played 16 tests, with an average of 28.70 runs.

“Those are my driving motivations. If you don´t play well enough you get dropped. That´s fundamentally how it works.”

Iranian President and King Salman telephones PM Nawaz Sharif

ISLAMABAD President of Iran Hassan roohani  King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud of Saudi Arabia called Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif in London Saturday and inquired after his health. According to Prime Minister’s Media Cell, King Salman and the Iranian President said they were very happy on Prime Minister’s successful surgery. King Salman said he would make special prayers for him in Makkah Mukarrama. 

Balochistan Govt Presents Today Budget for next fiscal year

In Quetta Balochistan budget worth Rs289 for next financial year will be presented in the Provincial Assembly this afternoon. Chief Minister Nawaz Sanaullah Zehri will present the finance bill in the Balochistan Assembly. The assembly session will start at 4:00pm. According to reports, Rs60 billion will be allocated for development project in the next fiscal year, while over Rs40 billion for education department. The health sector will receive Rs18 billion. The government plans to propose some mega development schemes for Quetta such as Greater Quetta Programme, Quetta Bulk Water Supply Scheme, Railway Mass Transit scheme and Quetta’s Green Bus scheme. Meanwhile, the allocation of funds for MPA scheme has been suggested to be slashed to half. In the budget document, government aims to propose 10% increment in the salaries and pensions of the public sector employees. Some allowance will also be included in the basic salaries of the employees. On overall, the budget 2016-17 will have a Rs25 billion difference between income and expenditures. This deficit will be met by obtaining local loans.

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National Accountability Burea (NAB) expected to approve probe on corruption cases in meeting today

Islamabad executive board of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) will hold a meeting presided by its chairman today.
During the meeting a proposal to begin investigation into corruption charges on former parliamentarian Shafqat Sheerazi and federal minister Sikander Hayat Bosan will be approved.
Sources close to the case said that investigations into allegations on Shafqat Sheerani have already been completed. The former parliamentarian was charged for illegal occupation of land and misappropriation of funds.
National Accountability Bureau has also decided to initiate a probe into charges leveled on Sikander Hayat Bosan. The federal minister has been charged of owning assets valued more than his source of income. Sources close to National Accountability Bureau said that initial evidence has been collected.
Sources disclosed that after the executive board provides permission to initiate inquiries against the individuals, a case will be registered against them. 

Court denies suspect Sonia’s release Haleema murder case


A sessions court on Thursday announced its decision regarding release of suspect Sonia in relation to Haleema Murder case.
The court rejected the police report requesting Sonia’s release and sent the suspect to prison on a five-day remand.Earlier, Investigation Officer Hameedullah Khan had said that evidence was not found against suspect Sonia.
The IO had submitted a report for the suspect’s release on the basis of criminal procedure code’s section 497.
Abdullah was brought to the Edhi Centre on May 31 by a man named Faizan who claimed to have found him at Sea View. A day late police recovered the body of a woman thought to be Abdullah’s mother Haleema from an apartment at Delhi Colony.
“If evidence found against Sonia, then she will be arrested again,” said Hameedullah Khan.
The main suspect in the case Rizwan also appeared in the court along with his wife Sonia.
The IO during the hearing presented the report pertaining to the investigation.
Also, an interim challan of the case was presented in the court and a request was submitted for the physical remand of Rizwan.
The IO said that more investigation has to be carried out from the main suspect, adding that mobile data is yet to be acquired.

It was on June 1 that police had found twenty-five-year-old Haleema’s body from an apartment which was discovered to have been handed over to her through Rizwan - a real estate agent.

Afghan forces resort to firing again, After hoisting white flags

LANDIKOTAL: Despite agreeing to cease fire and hoisting white flags on both sides of the border, Afghan forces resorted to unprovoked firing late on Wednesday night. Two FC soldiers were injured as a result of the firing. Pakistani forces retaliated to the firing. The injured were transported to hospital.
Meanwhile, Afghan ambassador to Pakistan Umar Zakhilwal had denied that he had agreed to a ceasefire at Torkham during his meeting with Pakistani Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif. In a statement on Facebook he rejected the impression that he agreed to the construction of a gate at Torkham and a ceasefire.   

The installation of the steel gate had become a bone of contention between Afghan and Pakistani border officials as the Afghans had objected to it even though the gate was being put up inside Pakistani territory. This had fuelled clashes at the Torkham border for the last three days. The gate had been removed when Pakistan was building the Torkham-Jalalabad road as part of its contribution to war-ravaged Afghanistan’s reconstruction and development.
The Pakistan Army’s Major Ali Jawad Changezi, who had sustained injuries later died at a hospital, while an Afghan soldier was also killed in the fierce exchange of fire in which light and heavy weapons were used. Several people, including soldiers, on both sides were wounded in the clashes.
Flags were hoisted on rooftops on both sides of the Torkham border as a display of a wish for peace. However, Pakistan Army troops backed by tanks and armoured personnel carriers (APCs) continued to hold their positions along the border to deter any likely aggression by the Afghan forces.
Curfew also remained in place for the third consecutive day in Torkham and the surrounding areas. Life has come to a standstill in the normally busy Torkham town on the border. The Afghan side of Torkham was also stated to be deserted due to the closure of the border. 
Pakistan's Customs House, import and export and customs clearing agents offices, hotels, restaurants and a lone PTDC motel at the Pakistani Torkham also remained closed. The businessmen and traders termed the tension between the two Muslims countries loss of billions of rupees every day.
An official of the Pakistan Customs who wished anonymity told this correspondent that most of the trucks loaded with fresh fruits and vegetables were asked to unload their goods in Peshawar due to closure of the border.
"It is a big loss for the businessmen to unload trucks loaded with Afghanistan-bound goods in Peshawar," said the official. Many of these trucks had reached Torkham but were turned back and sent to Peshawar.
The schools and medical facilities both in Pakistani Torkham and Afghanistan's Torkham and adjacent areas of the border town also remained closed to avoid harm due to the clashes on the border, sources said. They said that three private and a government school were operating at the Pakistani Torkham and Bacha Mina village most of their students were Afghans. The schooling of around 1,500 children in these schools had been affected. Around 500 boys and girls were coming from Afghanistan via Torkham border to study at these schools in Pakistan.
Wednesday was the first day in recent days when no exchange of fire took place at the Torkham border. The peace brought a sense of relief to the people living in the border area as the people hoped that the issue would be resolved peacefully.


Pakistan, France deportation diplomatic row defused

ISLAMABAD: European Union and the European France’s deputy ambassador met Pakistan’s interior secretary on last Friday to defuse a diplomatic row between Paris and Islamabad over an attempt to deport a Pakistani citizen which prompted a strong reaction from Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar a day earlier.
France’s interior department had wanted to deport Muhammad Mansha to Pakistan for criminal activity, vaguely defined as ‘severe moral crimes’. When the matter was raised with Nisar, he reacted strongly. The minister insisted on Thursday that Pakistan would only accept deportees as per its laws and no unverified individual would be issued a Pakistani passport.

The Deportee Problem:During Friday’s meeting, the French envoy said Paris’s stance had not been conveyed to Pakistan’s interior ministry in proper context, leading to a misunderstanding. The envoy added that France wants to work with Pakistan on the issue of deportees.

Bombings in Baghdad area kill at least nine police.

A suicide bomb attack in car  near a military base north of Baghdad and another blast near a market in the capital of  Iraqi killed at least people Thursday, police said.Both explosions occurred at around 9:00 am.The attack by a bus station in Taji, a town just north of Baghdad that is home to one of Iraq´s largest military bases, killed at least five people and wounded 12, a police colonel said.Another car bomb explosion in the capital´s mostly Shiite neighbourhood Baghdad Jadida killed at least four people, the same source said.A Baghdad health official confirmed the casualty tolls but warned they could rise.There was no immediate claim for the blasts but the Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for nearly all such attacks in last months.Under heavy pressure on the battlefield, the jihadist organisation has struck back with attacks in Baghdad.
The deadliest spate of bombings to hit the capital this year was in May when three attacks on the same day, including a devastating blast in Sadr City, killed close to hundred people.

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DG Rangers, claims no party will shut down Karachi today

IN KARACHI: Director General (DG) Rangers Major General Bilal Akbar has warned on Wednesday that no political party would be allowed to forcefully shut down the city, after the Muttahida Qaumi Movement declared to observe a ‘protest day’ today against a reported raid on the party leader Farooq Sattar’s residence on last Tuesday.
“We will provide complete security to transporters and unruly elements who tried to disrupt the business activities of Karachi will not be spared,” clarified the DG Rangers.
Muttahida Qaumi Movement announced to stage a protest against what they thought was ‘misconduct of Rangers personnel’ and the cordoning off the residence of Farooq Sattar during a search operation in the PIB area of Karachi.
Nevertheless, life in the city along with all the business activities continues to remain normal.

Istanbul 11 people kills,bomb blast wounds 36.

In istanbul a car bomb attack on a Turkish police bus killed 11 people, seven of  them Are police officers, in the central Istanbul district of Vezneciler on Tuesday, Istanbul Governor Vasip Sahin told reporters near  the scene.

He said 36 people were wounded in the attack three of them were in a critical condition.A parked car packed with explosives was detonated by remote control as the police bus.It broadcast cell-phone footage of a blackened and mangled vehicle on the street as vendors peered out from a souvenir shop in a district near Istanbul university.There was no immediate claim of responsibility.But Kurdish militants, Daesh (Islamic State) and radical leftists have all staged attacks in Turkey last time.A Reuters witness saw what appeared to be two police vehicles hit, one of them on its side next to the road.Broadcasters showed armed police in the street near to the site where the blast struck..Gunshots were heard in the area after the blast, state-run. 

Saudi Arabia still reviewing Haj stampede.

In JEDDAH Saudi authorities are still reviewing a deadly stampede which struck last year´s hajj pilgrimage, the minister of hajj and umra said on last  Tuesday.
It was a rare comment by a senior Saudi official about the tragedy.
More than 2,000 pilgrims died in the stampede, the worst disaster to ever strike the annual ritual.
"We already studied that and we are continuing to study this and, God willing, we´ll have many preventive measures and procedures that...will not repeat what happened last year," Minister of Hajj and Umra Mohammed Bentin told AFP on the press conference in the Red Sea city of Jeddah.
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef, the interior minister who also chairs the hajj committee, ordered a probe immediately after the 24 September disaster but there has still been no word on its findings.
According to data from foreign officials, at least 2,297 pilgrims died. Saudi Arabia issued a death toll of 769.
The tragedy happened as pilgrims made their way in searing temperatures to the Jamarat, the place where they ritually stone the devil in the Mina tent city in western Saudi Arabia, the birthplace of Islam.
The hajj and lesser umra pilgrimage bring millions of Muslims from around the world to Saudi Arabia every year.
Bentin spoke to AFP after joining other cabinet ministers at a press conference to discuss the National Transformation Programme for bolstering the non-oil economy of kingdom´s
As part of that programme, Saudi Arabia wants to increase the number of umra visitors to 15 million annually by 2020, up from six million.
Bentin said his ministry, like others, will have to meet targets to show how the National Transformation Programme is being implemented.
This will help promote safety, he said, because under the National Transformation Programme officials are "ready to evaluate each stage of hajj, and each service, and whenever something goes  wrong, God willing we´ll at least be able to act before anything serious can happen."
Bentin said the ministry wants to use technology to better monitor service provided to pilgrims.
It is also working towards an "international standard of hospitality" in partnership with the private sector, so the flow of pilgrims continues throughout the year, not just during the traditional pilgrimage seasons.

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China hits at US Provocations says doesn't fear trouble

On Sunday China denounced US "provocations" in the South China Sea and said it does not fear "trouble" over its territorial disputes with neighbor’s in the area.
"The South China Sea issue has become overheated because of the provocations of certain countries for their own selfish interests," Admiral Sun Jiangsu told a security summit in Singapore.
Sun, who stressed China's desire for a peaceful solution, spoke one day after US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter warned that Chinese construction on a South China Sea islet claimed by the Philippines would prompt unspecified "actions" by the other and nations United States.
On Sunday visit to Mongolia, US Secretary of State John Kerry also warned Beijing against setting up an air defense identification zone over the disputed waters, saying it would be a "provocative and destabilizing acts".
Rhetoric has escalated ahead of a ruling from the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague on a case brought by the Philippines, a longtime US ally and former colony, against China, which has shunned the proceedings and says it will not recognise any ruling.
The Chinese admiral, in a clear reference to Washington, said "freedom of navigation" patrols in the South China Sea were a display of "military muscles" and that China was being forced to "accept and honour" the tribunal's ruling.
"China firmly opposes such behavior. We do not make trouble.
Carter had left Singapore by the time Sun made his speech.
In an open forum, Sun addressed Carter's statement on Saturday that Beijing risks building a "Great Wall of self-isolation" with its military expansion in the contested waters.
- China 'not isolated' -
"We were not isolated in the past. We're not isolated, and we will not be isolated in the future. Actually I am worried some people and countries are still looking at China with a Cold War mentality and prejudice," the Chinese admiral said in response to questions from other delegates.
Apparently referring to the Philippines, Sun said that China was "by no means" a bully and charged that "some hegemonic countries have empowered small countries to make provocations against big countries".
Hong Kong's South China Morning Post has reported that China plans to establish an outpost on Scarborough Shoal, located 230 kilometres (140 miles) off the Philippines, which considers it part of its exclusive economic zone.
Beijing claims nearly all of the strategically vital sea and has developed contested reefs into artificial islands, some topped with airstrips.
Manila says China took effective control of Scarborough Shoal in 2012, stationing patrol vessels and shooing away Filipino fishermen, after a two-month stand-off with the Philippine Navy.
Carter declined to elaborate when pressed on Saturday over what "actions" Washington might take but proposed stronger bilateral security cooperation with China to reduce the risk of a mishap.
French Defence Minister Jean-Yves Le Drain told the forum that the European Union had a stake in maintaining freedom of shipping and navigation in the South China Sea, and said he would speak to his counterparts on the issue.
Brunei, Malaysia and Vietnam also have competing claims with China in the sea, which encompasses vital global shipping routes and is believed to have significant oil and gas deposits.
Beijing's territorial claims, based on controversial historical records, have also pitted it against the United States, which has conducted patrols near Chinese-held islands to press for freedom of navigation.
Pentagon say two Chinese fighters last month conducted an "unsafe" intercept of a US spy plane in international air space over the South China Sea.


Completion of dam signifies growing Indian influence in Afghanistan

India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Afghanistan on Saturday to mark the completion of a nearly $300 million hydroelectric dam project, the latest symbol of Indian investment in its South Asian neighbor.
The dam, originally built in western Herat province in 1976 before being damaged during the civil wars of the 1990s, was rebuilt by some Afghan engineers and 1,500 Indian according to the Indian Ministry of External Affairs.
"It is symbol of our friendship and would us her in hope, light up homes, nourish the fertile fields of Heart and bring prosperity to the people of the region," Narendra Modi said in a social media post as he departed for Afghanistan, the first stop on a five-country trip.
Ashraf Ghani has nurtured closer ties with India in the past year as relations with Pakistan have deteriorated in the face of continued insurgent attacks and border tensions.
Afghanistan has walked a fine line as it accepts Indian aid, with Pakistan historically wary of any Indian influence in Afghanistan.
"Salma Dam is another big step in deepening and broadening the relationship between Afghanistan and India," Ashraf Ghani said.
At more than 100 meters (330 feet) high and 540 meters (1,770 feet) wide, the dam is designed to generate 42 megawatts of power and help irrigate 75,000 hectares of land, according to Modi.
India has poured more than $1 billion into Afghanistan reconstruction projects and humanitarian aid, making it one of the largest donors to the war-torn country.
A new national assembly building in Kabul and major power line and road construction have been among the main projects funded by India to Afghanistan.


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MQM bags wins election in Karachi

As in karachi  highly expected the Muttahida Qaumi Movement re-captured both the constituencies of PS-117 and PS-106 of the Sindh Assembly in by-elections held on date 9th  Thursday, according to unofficial results.
In PS-106, MQM’s Mahfoozyar Khan bagged 18,137 votes to defeat his closest rival Sardar Abdul Samad of Pakistan Peoples Party (ppp) who could manage only 960 votes while Pakistan tehreek-e- insaf( PTI’s)  Nusrat Anwar could muster only 524 votes. Out of over 176,000 registered voters in the constituency, only 19,976 cast vote, with voter turnout recorded at 11 per cent.
In PS-117, Ali Raza of Tehreek-i-Islami secured 1,018 votes. His closest MQM’s retd Maj Qamar Abbas emerged victorious with 10,738 out of total 14,235 votes cast, PTI’s Rifaqat Qamar managed to get 950 votes, followed by PPP’s Javed Maqbool Butt (924) and JUI’s Syed Naeem Shah (432).

With total Fourteen Thousand Two Hundred and Thirty Five(14,235) votes cast out of over 163,000 voters in the constituency, the voter turnout remained at the lowest at nine per cent. At least 79 votes were rejected on technical grounds.

Sindh High court orders removal of Ayyan’s name from ECL by Thursday

The Sindh High Court ordered the Federal Interior Ministry to remove model Ayan Ali’s name from Exit Control List on 9th Thursday .
The court heard the case relating to the ban imposed on Ayan Ali’s foreign visit today in Sindh high court.
After hearing the arguments from both sides, the court gave a verdict ordering Interior ministry  to write off model’s name from Exit Control List.
The SHC gave deadline of seven days to interior ministry to challenge the High Court decision in the Supreme Court.
Earlier, SHC had allowed Ayan Ali to travel abroad and ordered ministry to remove her name from the  Exit control list.
On court’s directions, Ministry wrote off her name from the list, but just after a few hours her name was again included in the ECL.
Model Ayan filed contempt of court petition in the Supreme Court against Interior Ministry after her name was included in the  Exit control list despite earlier court orders to remove her name from the list.
The Supreme Court had asked Ayan Ali to approach the SHC on her contempt of court case against the interior ministry’s failure to remove her name from the  Exit control list..

Pakistan ODI captain Azhar Pakistan will directly qualify for World Cup 2019

Pakistan ODI captain Azhar Ali has said that his side will be committed to qualifying directly for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 after putting a strong performance in the ICC Champions Trophy, which will be played in the summer next year.
“The ICC 2017 Champions Trophy  is a crucial event for us, where as a team our main goal will be to win as many matches as possible so that we can improve our team ranking and qualify automatically for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019,” he said in a statement after the ICC announced the Champions Trophy schedule on Wednesday.
 “A lot of ODI cricket is scheduled in the lead up to the ICC Champions Trophy 2017, and it will be our best chance to learn, improve and win as many matches as possible so that we arrive in England and Wales next year fully prepared and ready for the challenge,” said the Azar Ali Pakistan captain.

Azhar Ali said he was hoping that Pakistan cricket  team would work out its weaknesses in time to win the trophy.
“The ICC Champions Trophy is one trophy which is missing from our cabinet. It has earned the status as one of the most demanding, challenging and intense competitions. So, it will be nice if we can get our hands on this piece of silverware next year.”
Ali, who has already represented the Men in Green in 33 ODIs, where he averages over 41 with the bat, went on to further emphasise the importance of the preparation before the main event, where  team Pakistan are placed in Group B alongside defending champions and arch-rivals Sri Lanka,India and South Africa.
“In the face of competition from some outstanding teams and players, it will not be easy,” he said. “But success at any global event comes only after persistent preparations and efforts, which have to be backed up by consistent performances.

“I am hoping that over the next 12 months, we will be able to build on our strengths and achieve our objectives.

Twelve People dead as powerful storm batters in Islamabad,Khyber Pakhtunkhwa


                                                                                                                                          
Residents of islamabad the federal capital and Rawalpindi endured a powerful storm late Wednesday night, with some reports of as many as seven dead and dozens more injured.

Seven died and dozens were injured as the heavy rains also affected Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and the Federally Administered Tribal Areas, including in Peshawar, Charsadda, Mardan and Khyber Agency. Nowshera only reported injuries, while Kalam and Mansehra reported damages, but no casualties. According to Pesco, efforts are underway to restore electricity from 21 tripped feeders.

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