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  • Five PML-N lawmakers announce to quit office:
    FAISALABAD: Five PML-N legislators on Sunday announced to resign from public office due to government inaction against Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah over his controversial remarks about Ahmadis. (
  • PML-N MPs play resignation card against Rana:
    FAISALABAD – Pressure is growing for resignation of Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah, not only from outside but also from within the ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz. (\
  • Four MQM-L leaders say goodbye to Altaf:
    KARACHI: Four leaders of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement-London (MQM- L) resigned from the party’s primary membership on Sunday citing personal reasons, causing another serious blow to Altaf Hussain who is being deserted by his companions after his anti-Pakistan outburst in August last year. The leaders who quit on Sunday are former ports and shipping minister Babar Ghauri, Shamim Siddiqui, Amber Khan and Dr Nadeem.(

Law & Order:

  • Woman confesses to killing sister over ‘blackmailing’:
    KARACHI – Police on Sunday confirmed that an alleged incident of robbery reported in Malir area last week was actually an act of murder where a 20-year-old young woman killed her younger sister, Aleena, with the help of her fiance. (
  • SC resumes hearing in Hudaibiya case against Sharifs today:
    ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court is scheduled to resume hearing today (Monday) in the Rs 1.2 billion Hudaibiya Paper Mills reference against ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif and his family members. (


  • Stock market sheds 2pc amid political uncertainty:
    Lahore –  Pakistan’s Benchmark KSE-100 index fell 2.3 percent or 930points WoW to close above 39k mark, which is lowest weekly closing in 74 weeks. (


  • Pakistan’s foreign policy orientation — :
    Pakistan remains unable to adjust itself to post-Cold War (1947-1991) realities. One of the impediments is the Cold War machinery laden with Cold War terminologies, thoughts and tactics in both diplomatic and defence spheres. One of the fixations of Pakistan is with the Cold War term ‘containment.’ (
  • The Surrender of Jerusalem?:
    Jerusalem has been at the heart of Abrahamic religions, since the dawn of history in holy scriptures. All divine Abrahamic books – the Torah, the Bible, and the Quran – have references concerning Jerusalem and the children of Israel (though the Quran never mentions the name ‘Jerusalem’, and only talks about it in reference to its surroundings and people).
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