Former prime minister Raja Pervez Ashraf has been summoned for questioning by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) in the Rental Power Projects (RPP) corruption case on Tuesday.
On the request of NAB,the names of all the suspects in the RPP case have been put on the Exit Control List (ECL). Ashraf,who had not . . . →Read More:NAB summons Raja Rental
Top spy agencies told the Supreme Court on Tuesday that Pakistan has lost 49,000 lives since the apocalyptic attacks on World Trade Center and Pentagon in the United States on September 11,2001. Interestingly,government agencies had put the fatality figure at 40,000 in earlier reports.
. . . →Read More:Pakistan suffered loss of 49000 lives from War on Terror
Dr Tahirul Qadri,a top cleric who has re-entered Pakistan’s political scene ahead of the polls,has filed a petition in the Supreme Court,arguing that as the Election Commission of Pakistan’s members were not chosen properly,it should be declared illegal.
His argument hinges on Article 218 of the Constitution,which lays down how . . . →Read More:ECP should be declared “illegal” says Qadri
The Election Commission of Pakistan has rejected the government’s plea for lifting a ban it had imposed on recruitment in all departments and on diversion of allocated developmental funds.
However,it has exempted from the ban constitutional bodies,including the Supreme Court,high courts,parliament and the Federal Ombudsman.
. . . →Read More:ECP rejects Govt’s plea to lift ban on recruitment
As the current government nears its completion,Pakistanis wait anxiously for the next election. The economic crunch and rising insecurity has begun to affect more and more people,bringing even more to their knees. In their exasperation,the public especially the youth have channeled their efforts to improving the state of social affair through grass . . . →Read More:ZoneAsia-Pk:The (unattainable) goal of free and fair elections