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  • Day of ‘smiles’ for PTI:
    ISLAMABAD – The grilling of the chairmen of FBR and NAB by the judges during first half of Panamagate case hearing on Tuesday brought similes on the faces of the petitioners but those were worrisome moments for the PML-N leaders and their counsels (
  • Panamagate case: NAB submits documents: ISLAMABAD: Top anti-graft body alleged on Monday that the Sharif family appeared to have “fraudulently” opened fictitious foreign accounts in the name of various individuals with “connivance” of their close associates and employees in 1999 to launder and stash their “ill-gotten” wealth. (
  • PM leaves for Turkey today on three-day visit:
  • ISLAMABAD – Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will be flying to Turkey today (Wednesday) on a three-day visit to attend 5th Session of the Pakistan-Turkey High Level Strategic Cooperation Council (HLSCC)’s meeting (
  • PPP has weakened, not evaporated: Kaira:
    LAHORE – The PPP’s manifesto for the next election will be based on the party’s original philosophy – socialist democracy or democratic socialism – which makes it obligatory for the state to provide jobs, health and education facilities to people, says the party’s central Punjab president Qamar Zaman Kaira (

Law & Order:

  • Eight killed as three bombers storm Charsadda court:
  • PESHAWAR/CAHRSADDA – At least eight people including a lawyer were killed and 25 others injured Tuesday when three suicide bombers struck a lower court in Tangi tehsil of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Charsadda district. (
  • 3 women murdered for ‘honour’ in a day:
    MULTAN – At least three women were killed in suspected honour killing cases in different districts of southern Punjab on Tuesday, reported the Express Tribune website (
  • PSX ends flat amid lack of triggers:
  • KARACHI: Pakistan Equities on Tuesday managed a positive close in a volatile session where the benchmark KSE-100 Index traded in a range of 400 points. The KSE 100 index closed at 49015.09 level, up by 85.97 points (
  • Dollar closes flat against rupee:
    KARACHI: The domestic unit remained stable in the interbank market against the dollar on insignificant demand for greenback, said treasurers (
  • THE RUPEE: Minor changes: KARACHI: Slight changes were seen on the money market on Monday as the rupee almost managed to sustain weekend levels in terms of the dollar in the process of trading, dealers said. (


  • Humanity, pluralism, equality:
  • Pakistan is nursing deep wounds. DIG Ahmed Mobeen and SSP Zahid Gondal are among the many dearly departed whose deaths stand testament to the toll terrorism has taken on the people of Pakistan. Many heroes have sacrificed their lives so others may live. Two very brave men died trying to defuse a bomb last week in Quetta. Terrorists tried to take away a piece of our history and culture in Sindh and Pakistanis fought back by going back to the shrine and making it their own again. We should salute people such as Sheema Kermani for bringing Dhamal back to its home of the Lal Shahbaz Qalandar shrine. (
  • Debt: Time for prudence!:
    In an article written a couple of weeks back, “Pakistan’s debt: putting the record straight”, the Finance Minister explained that why in his opinion both Pakistan’s domestic debt and external debt are well under control and how the public debt management under his government is progressing quite well. Anyone claiming differently is either biased or doing a disservice to the country (
  • Sports:
  • Kieran Powell back in WI squad after two years:

  • Kingston-Opening batsman Kieran Powell, who last played an international game in June 2014, has been recalled to the West Indies side for the upcoming three-match ODI series against England, which starts from March 3. Powell’s inclusion follows the batsman’s prolific run in West Indies’ domestic List A competition, the Regional Super50, where he emerged as the highest run-getter, scoring three centuries and two fifties. (
  • We don’t feel bad of not playing in IPL: Miandad:
  • We don’t feel bad of not playing in IPL: Miandad
    Karachi-Former Pakistan skipper, Javed Miandad came out with his frustration of Pakistan players not being a part of the Indian Premier League and also tried to ‘warn’ the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) on building upon their own infrastructure rather than hailing their players’ selection in the cash-rich league (
  • Ronaldo’s Indonesian protege hit by injury:
  • JAKARTA: An Indonesian tsunami survivor and Cristiano Ronaldo protege has been forced to take a break from his football career over a knee injury, he said on Tuesday. Nineteen-year-old Martunis, sometimes described as Ronaldo’s “adopted son”, said he was quitting Java-based PS TNI to return to his home province of Aceh. Martunis, then aged seven, was found alone and wearing a Portugal shirt on a beach days after the quake-triggered 2004 tsunami ravaged Aceh. Images of the boy, whose siblings and mother were killed in the disaster, prompted Ronaldo to travel to Aceh to meet him in 2005 (
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