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Pakistan's ex-PM Nawaz Sharif mulling political comeback after year-long gap
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Pakistan's ex-PM Nawaz Sharif mulling political comeback after year-long gap

Sharif's decision to become active in politics coincided with the issuance of a non-bailable arrest warrant by the Islamabad High Court. He has been living in London since November 2019 after he was allowed to go abroad for four weeks for treatment

Govt fines PTI Rs 84.48 crore over lease agreement 'violations' for its Sansad Marg office in Delhi
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Govt fines PTI Rs 84.48 crore over lease agreement 'violations' for its Sansad Marg office in Delhi

The government has asked PTI to pay the amount by 7 August, failing which the agency will have to pay 10 percent interest on the total dues.

The role of the 'official spokesperson' is no longer about disseminating truth and there's little media can do about it
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The role of the 'official spokesperson' is no longer about disseminating truth and there's little media can do about it

The media is that solitary institution of democracies across the world that has just one, and one single, function and that is to tell the truth as best it can

Prasar Bharati threatens to cancel PTI's subscription, accuses news agency of 'anti-national' reportage
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Prasar Bharati threatens to cancel PTI's subscription, accuses news agency of 'anti-national' reportage

Prasar Bharati is the largest subscriber of PTI, which is a not-for-profit privately-run news agency and has over 1,000 full-time employees

MP Veerendra Kumar, Malayalam daily Mathrubhumi MD and Rajya Sabha member, passes away in Kerala at 84
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MP Veerendra Kumar, Malayalam daily Mathrubhumi MD and Rajya Sabha member, passes away in Kerala at 84

Veerendra Kumar, a Rajya Sabha MP from Kerala and a former Union minister, was 84.

'There's no plan for this sort of photography': PTI's Atul Yadav on the migrant crisis' most defining image so far
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'There's no plan for this sort of photography': PTI's Atul Yadav on the migrant crisis' most defining image so far

PTI chief photo correspondent Atul Yadav's photograph of Rampukar Pandit is the defining image of the coronavirus-induced migrant crisis in India

Pakistan Army will teach New Delhi a 'hard lesson' in case of any misadventure says Imran Khan in fresh anti-India rhetoric
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Pakistan Army will teach New Delhi a 'hard lesson' in case of any misadventure says Imran Khan in fresh anti-India rhetoric

Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan said on Thursday that his country's battle-hardened army will teach India a "hard lesson" in case of "any misadventure"

Islamabad High Court stops special court from announcing verdict in Pervez Musharraf high treason case
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Islamabad High Court stops special court from announcing verdict in Pervez Musharraf high treason case

As Pakistan President, Musharraf imposed emergency and suspended the Constitution in 2007, which according to Article 6 of the Constitution was an act of high treason.

Pakistan accumulates record public debt of $47.5 billion within first year of Imran Khan-led government, say reports
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Pakistan accumulates record public debt of $47.5 billion within first year of Imran Khan-led government, say reports

The Imran Khan-led Pakistani government has accumulated a record public debt of PKR 7,509 billion (47.5 billion dollars) during its first year in power, as per local media reports

Pakistan's right-wing JUI-F party to begin 'Azadi March' against 'incompetent' Imran Khan government on 27 October
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Pakistan's right-wing JUI-F party to begin 'Azadi March' against 'incompetent' Imran Khan government on 27 October

A major right-wing religious party in Pakistan announced that it will begin its 'Azadi March' to oust the 'incompetent' government of PM Imran Khan.

Article 370 revoked: Roundup of Pakistan media, political and military reactions to Indian govt's move
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Article 370 revoked: Roundup of Pakistan media, political and military reactions to Indian govt's move

Pakistani's foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said Pakistan would request and appeal to the United Nations, Organisation of Islamic Cooperation, friendly countries and human rights organisations not to remain silent on this issue.

Kangana Ranaut sends legal notice to press bodies for 'immoral, wrongful' support to PTI reporter
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Kangana Ranaut sends legal notice to press bodies for 'immoral, wrongful' support to PTI reporter

The legal notice was sent by Kangana Ranaut for "wrongful, immoral, unethical and illegal acts of lending support to a journalist Justin Rao"

Imran Khan's Cabinet reshuffle: Party insiders bite the dust as Pakistan PM centralises power, brings back ex-military men
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Imran Khan's Cabinet reshuffle: Party insiders bite the dust as Pakistan PM centralises power, brings back ex-military men

Imran Khan's moves are likely to make the Prime Minister’s Office more like that of New Delhi

Pakistan faces highest level of inflation in over 5 years: Amid rising prices, citizens feels Imran Khan is erasing the poor, not poverty
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Pakistan faces highest level of inflation in over 5 years: Amid rising prices, citizens feels Imran Khan is erasing the poor, not poverty

In Pakistan, surging petrol prices have more than halved the income of taxi driver Yasir Sultan, just one of many consumers whose faith in a government elected last year on a pledge to help the poor has been shattered.

Forced conversion of Hindu girls in Pakistan: Police detain seven persons, including man who solemnised wedding
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Forced conversion of Hindu girls in Pakistan: Police detain seven persons, including man who solemnised wedding

The Hindu community in Pakistan has carried out massive demonstrations calling for strict action to be taken against those responsible

Imran Khan, the closet bigot
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Imran Khan, the closet bigot

Direct calls made to Imran Khan to remove racist, bigoted loudmouths from his cabinet make me smile. If only those complaining knew that these men only mirror their leader.

Nawaz Sharif refuses to shift to hospital, says prefer 'death' over political victimisation by PTI
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Nawaz Sharif refuses to shift to hospital, says prefer 'death' over political victimisation by PTI

Sharif, 69, is serving seven-year imprisonment in the Al-Azizia Steel Mills corruption case at the Kot Lakhpat Jail since December 2018.

Imran Khan tweets he's 'not worthy' of Nobel Peace Prize, says person who resolves Kashmir dispute should get award
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Imran Khan tweets he's 'not worthy' of Nobel Peace Prize, says person who resolves Kashmir dispute should get award

Responding to a motion in the Pakistan Parliament calling for nomination of Imran Khan for the Nobel Peace Prize, the prime minister said he is not a worthy candidate.

Hamstrung by BS Yeddyurappa's obsession with toppling govt, Karnataka BJP faces uphill battle in LS polls
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Hamstrung by BS Yeddyurappa's obsession with toppling govt, Karnataka BJP faces uphill battle in LS polls

Ever since suffering the humiliation of being a ‘three-day chief minister’ after the May 2018 Assembly elections threw up a hung verdict, BS Yeddyurappa has been trying desperately to engineer defections from the Congress to regain power

Congress, PTI condemn BS Yeddyurappa's comment on air strikes; Karnataka BJP leader says remarks being taken out of context
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Congress, PTI condemn BS Yeddyurappa's comment on air strikes; Karnataka BJP leader says remarks being taken out of context

Many parties and party leaders respectively have condemned BS Yeddyurappa's comments, accusing him of being focussed on politics during the ongoing conflict between India and Pakistan.