By Zuhaeb Nazir
Prime Minister candidate, Makhdoom Shahabuddin may be arrested by the Anti Narcotics Forces (ANF), Aaj News reported on Wednesday.
The recently announced PM candidate is wanted by the ANF in the famous ephedrine case involving former Prime Minster’s son, Ali Musa Gilani.
. . . → Read More: Makhdoom Shahabuddin wanted by ANF for involvement in ephedrine case
The Anti-Corruption Court of Rawalpindi on Thursday issued arrest warrant of Malik Riaz, the main character behind Arsalan Iftikhar case, his son Ali Riaz and and seven other accused.
According to the sources, the court has issued arrest warrants of seven people including Malik Riaz and his son Ali Ahmed Riaz in land corruption case . . . → Read More: Warrants issued for Malik Riaz and Ali Ahmad in land corruption case
Controversial talk show host and Mediagate’s main character along with Meher Bukhari, Mubasher Lucman has submitted his resignation from Dunya News effective today.
. . . → Read More: Dunya News anchor resigns after controversial talk show
By Sonia Malik
LAHORE: While city government officials have raided dozens of cafes looking to clamp down on sheesha smoking in public places, they have made no effort to stop cigarette smoking in public places, casting doubt on their claims that the campaign is about improving public health.
. . . → Read More: Anti-smoking campaign only focuses on sheesha, not cigarettes
The Supreme Court of Pakistan in its interim order in Balochistan law and order case, held Frontier Corps (FC) responsible for the disappearances in the province.
The three-member bench of the SC headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudhry resumed the hearing of Balochistan law and order and missing persons cases on Wednesday.
. . . → Read More: SC holds FC responsible for missing persons in Baluchistan
Pakistan’s disgraced former Test captain Salman Butt is to be released early from prison in Britain, his father has claimed.
Butt, 27, was jailed for 30 months last November on charges of accepting corrupt payments during the Lord’s Test against England in August 2010.
. . . → Read More: Jailed Pakistani cricketer may be released early
Asia-Pacific is leading a surge in the use of mobile devices as they play a more central role in people’s lives and are on track to replace conventional computers, a top Google executive said on Wednesday.
. . . → Read More: Mobile phones will soon replace PCs in Asia: Google