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  • General/Politics:
  • No electoral alliance ‘before time’: PPP:
  • No electoral alliance ‘before time’: PPP
    ISLAMABAD – Pakistan People’s Party on Sunday said there would be no alliance with any other political party “before time”. (http://nation.com.pk/E-Paper/Lahore/2017-04-10/page-2/detail-6)
  • Pakistan capable of leading Ummah: Imam-e-Kaaba:
  • Pakistan capable of leading Ummah: Imam-e-Kaaba
    PESHAWAR – Imam-e-Kaaba Sheikh Salih bin Mohammad Ibrahim has said that terrorist elements were sabotaging peace of the world through their own interpretation of the religion and such elements would not succeed to spread their distorted ideology. (http://nation.com.pk/E-Paper/Lahore/2017-04-10/page-2/detail-3)
  • PPP denies reports of forging electoral alliance:
  • ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Spokesperson Senator Farhatullah Babar on Sunday said there is no truth in reports in a section of the media that the PPP has decided to enter into electoral alliance with one or the other party in anticipation of general elections in the country. ( http://epaper.brecorder.com/2017/04/10/3-page/865918-news.html)
  • 46pc to vote for PML-N in next polls: Survey:
    ISLAMABAD – About 46 percent people will vote for Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) in next general elections as compared to 16 percent for Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) (http://nation.com.pk/E-Paper/Lahore/2017-04-10/page-2/detail-4)
    Law & Order:
  • Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad: 5 ‘terrorists’ killed in DG Khan:
  • Sindh govt to extend Rangers’ special powers, prepares summary
    LAHORE: Five terrorists were killed and another was arrested during a joint operation by Punjab Rangers and security agencies in Chhera Thal area of Dera Ghazi Khan on Sunday. (http://dailytimes.com.pk/e-paper/2017-04-10/lahore/10886/78562)
  • India opens fire on IHK protesters; seven killed:
  • India opens fire on IHK protesters; seven killed
    SRINAGAR: Seven civilians were killed in Indian-occupied Kashmir on Sunday when Indian security forces opened fire at protesters. More than two dozen people were also injured. (http://dailytimes.com.pk/e-paper/2017-04-10/lahore/10886/78567)
    Economy:
  • Pakistan can make most of 85m jobs on offer under CPEC: Ahsan:
    Islamabad – Federal Minister for Planning, Development & Reform Ahsan Iqbal on Sunday said that 85 million jobs were up for grabs in China due to the relocation of those industries there that had lost their competitive advantage, and CPEC provided Pakistan with an opportunity to have a major share in these jobs (http://nation.com.pk/E-Paper/Lahore/2017-04-10/page-8/detail-2)
    Opinion/Editorial:
  • Let the minorities be ‘free’:
    When passed in 1949 by Pakistan’s Constituent Assembly, the Objectives Resolution was supposed to be a compromise between the “secularists” and the “theocrats”. In hindsight, we all know how well that idea turned out (http://dailytimes.com.pk/e-paper/2017-04-10/lahore/10891/78512)
  • Holi’s forced imposition upon India:
    In the first week of April, the BJP organised numerous marches with open sword wielding activists on the occasion of Ram Nabami (http://dailytimes.com.pk/e-paper/2017-04-10/lahore/10891/78515)
  • The SPSC heist:
    The ever-raging (and justifiable) debate surrounding cogency of the Two Nation Theory and the Islamic/Secular Pakistan muddle aside, the emphasis laid by our founding father on the great responsibility the civil services of the nation are entrusted with is without dispute. Recognising civil services as the fuel that would power Pakistan’s administrative, diplomatic, and economic engines, the Quaid called for the nation’s bureaucracy to make no political affiliations, to follow the will of the leader in light of the constitution, and to serve the people while maintaining “the highest standard of honour, integrity, justice and fair-play.” (http://nation.com.pk/E-Paper/Lahore/2017-04-10/page-6/detail-5)
  • Sports:
  • Former players pay tributes to Younus for ‘timely decision’:
    KARACHI: Former and current cricket stars paid rich tributes to Younus Khan on Sunday after he announced his retirement from international cricket on Saturday. Former Pakistan captain Wasim Akram said: “He is still fit but there is always a time when you have to decide about leaving. He has set many records which prove his greatness. Whenever he played he played with his heart and commitment. It will be tough to replace players like Younis and Misbah, so Pakistan will have to work hard in Tests without them.” Shahid Afridi called Younus as one of Pakistan’s greats. “One of our greatest! Thank you Younus for serving country with such pride. I’ll always remember some great moments together especially WT20 2009,” Afridi tweeted (http://dailytimes.com.pk/e-paper/2017-04-10/lahore/10895/78493)
  • Ahmed Baig wins Junior Golf Championship:
    LAHORE: Ahmed Baig won the three days Junior Golf Championship of Pakistan, organised by the Pakistan Golf Federation, which concluded at the Garrison Golf and Country Club here on Sunday. The championship brought glad tidings for Ahmed, a very young one of the Garrison Club, who secured the junior national golf title after demonstrating that he had the ability to apply his golfing skills in a superb manner. Over the three days, he had rounds of gross 79 on the first day, gross 75 in the course of the second round and on the final day he came up with a still better score of gross 74. His aggregate for the three rounds added up to 228 and this aggregate fetched him the championship title for the year 2017 (http://dailytimes.com.pk/e-paper/2017-04-10/lahore/10895/78492)
  • Babar century leads Pakistan to 282 against West Indies:
    PROVIDENCE – Babar Azam stroked yet another hundred against the West Indies as Pakistan rallied from an indifferent start to total 282 for five in the second one-day international at the National Stadium in Guyana on Sunday (http://nation.com.pk/E-Paper/Lahore/2017-04-10/page-17/detail-7)
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