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  • Zero loadshedding for 60pc consumers:
    ISLAMABAD – The government on Sunday announced zero loadshedding for around 60 percent consumers across the country, saying the national system now has surplus energy.(
  • PTI more threatened from within: Imran:
    CHISHTIAN: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan said on Sunday that his party faced more threats from within than from the outside.(
  • Land mafia turns to social media, cable networks:
    Islamabad –  After a ban on advertising unapproved housing schemes in the national media, the land mafia has now turned to the social media and local cable networks to attract potential clients.(

Law & Order:

  • Student killed in road rage firing incident:
    KARACHI: A teenager was killed and another injured when unidentified suspects opened fire at them after an accident at Do Darya in Karachi’s Defence Housing Authority (DHA) area on Sunday morning, police said.(

Pakistan has potential for strong economic growth till 2030:
FAISALABAD – Pakistan has potential for achieving strong economic growth till 2030, provided it successfully overcomes five major constraints it is facing currently. (


  • PPP: once the challenger, now an appeaser:
    On November 30th, 1967, the founding convention of a new political party was organised by left wing political activists in Lahore. Most were students having greater ideals and an audacious mindset to go beyond defunct reformist ideas in the progressive movement and overthrow this system of tyranny and oppression. Under Ayub Khan’s military dictatorship, albeit in a civilian garb, the state’s repression was remorseless and brutal. Punjab Governor Amir Mohammad Khan, the Nawab of Kalabagh, was a ruthless despot. Stringent obstacles and repressive measures were imposed to sabotage this meeting despite the official media’s pretence of this being a paltry affair. Several prospective delegates were barred to attend this ‘founding convention’ while some refrained to defy the odds. On that fateful autumn morning of a much less polluted Lahore, the convention began with a tinge of optimism in the air. (
  • Tehreek-e-Labbaik and our state institutions:
    The three week Dharna by Tehreek-e-Labbaik (TL) at Faizabad, on Islamabad Expressway has ended peacefully, but leaves behind many questions to be answered, particularly the role of the State Institutions – the Government, Judiciary and the Army.
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