From little to no CNG from January

30 December, 2011
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From little to no CNG from January

ISLAMABAD – Federal Minister for Petroleum and Natural Resources Dr Asim Thursday said that all the CNG stations will have to be closed in January as the country was mired by acute gas shortage.

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Huasin Haqqani Muama By Abdul Qadir Hassan

24 November, 2011
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US Open To Afghan Peace Deal Including Haqqani

12 October, 2011
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WASHINGTON: US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Tuesday signaled the United States remains open to exploring a peace deal including the Haqqani network, the group that US officials blame for a campaign of high-profile violence that could jeopardize Washington’s plans for withdrawing smoothly from Afghanistan.

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Haqooq-Ul-Ibad Aur Siyasi Ikhlaqiyat By Marvi Memon

9 October, 2011
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US bombers could blitz areas in Pakistan: Lindsey Graham

29 September, 2011
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WASHINGTON: Support is growing in the U.S. Congress for expanding American military action in Pakistan beyond drone strikes already used to target militants in Pakistani territory, a senior Republican U.S. senator says.

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Imran Khan Most Popular Politician Of Pakistan, Survey

24 July, 2011
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khan Imran Khan most popular politician of Pakistan, Survey

ISLAMABAD: In recent weeks, Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has been ranked the most popular politician in the country, leaving many heavy weights behind. The latest among these surveys is the one conducted by the think tank YouGov@Cambridge, the University of Cambridge, which said 77 percent of the people surveyed, considered Imran as the best suited (first & second choice) politician to lead Pakistan in comparison to 11 percent for Nawaz Sharif, 13 percent for Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani and just 01 percent for Pervez Elahi.
The survey also reveals that 94 percent of the respondents feel that there is widespread corruption in the government with 88 percent consider police and other law enforcement agencies as the most corrupt.

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Agar Kashkol Toot Gaya By Abdul Qadir Hassan

21 May, 2011
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Hamari Qiyadat Kyun So Gayi Thi By Abdul Qadir Hassan

10 May, 2011
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Pakistan Peoples Party And PML-Q Agree On Elahi As First Deputy PM

30 April, 2011
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ISLAMABAD: The leadership of Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) and Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid (PML-Q) agreed on nominating Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi as the first deputy prime minister of the country here on Friday night.
The draft agreement, finalised by experts of the two parties, include distribution of ministries, share of the PML-Q in the forthcoming Senate elections and seat adjustment formula between the two parties for the next general elections. Sources said details of the agreement were worked out in a meeting held at the President House with Faryal Talpur in the chair.

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Rs 5 hike in oil price likely from 1st May

27 April, 2011
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ISLAMABAD: Petroleum prices in Pakistan likely to be increased by Rs five per litre from the 1st May due to rising oil prices in international market, OGRA said.

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