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Nawaz Wants Delay In Elections , Why ?

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When every party is claiming that they are ready for the coming elections, even Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz ( PLM – N ) himself stated many of the times on media . The question is what happens now ?

Nawaz Sharif is a very mature and experienced in terms of  politics, and he is sensing two things which could ruin his efforts for coming elections . One is the danger of manipulation in elections during voting by empowered parties and the other is his competitive majorly in Punjab the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) .

The actual danger is to empower again the great alliance ( PPP, ANP , MQM , PLM Q ) , whereas on the other side of the alliance three different parties are fighting for their turn . Nawaz have now started to gather PTI , Jamat-e-Islami and PLM N on a single platform to confront the great alliance of current government which have failed to even provide electricity during 5 years program.

Actual danger for Nawaz in coming elections is the corruption in voting system , so they have shared their views in such a manner that first we have to ensure clean system of elections . Otherwise , Multan incident could happen .

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Sharif’s and Company Cleared from Tax Evasions

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Sharif Brothers Cleared in Tax Evasions

Sharif Brothers Cleared in Tax Evasions

ISLAMABAD: Chief of  Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N) Nawaz Sharif was cleared of tax evasion in a report submitted by the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) to the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) on Monday 8th April, 2013 – reported by JAGO NEWS.

The FBR further cleared PML-N leader Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan of tax evasion.

Another report sent by NAB stated that Shahbaz Sharif was also not involved in tax evasion. The report added that Shahbaz paid taxes worth Rs4.947 million in the last three years, and cleared.

 

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London burns in riots after controversial shooting of a black man by Met Police

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Tottenham last night became a battleground as a protest after the shooting of Mark Duggan by police turned into a riot. Members of the north London community had gathered on the streets to demand “justice” after the 29-year-old was shot dead on Thursday.

But the protest descended into a night of violence which saw homes and businesses in flames, police cars set alight and a double decker bus left a burnt-out shell.

Petrol bombs and stones were thrown at police in riot gear as they tried to bring the situation under control.

Shops were looted in the chaos, with people taking electrical goods and armfuls of clotheS.

Buildings including a supermarket and a carpet shop were set alight during the riots.
The trouble saw 26 police officers injured in the unrest, and 42 people werearrested for offences including violent disorder, burglary and theft.

Stuart Radose had to flee his flat above a Carpetright shop last night as a fire ravaged the building.Describing the scenes last night, he told Sky News: “We live on the top floor. We could see the rioters coming closer. Aldi was on fire and barricades were being made by rioters. It was really scary.”

Responding to last night’s scenes of violence, a spokesman for Prime Minister David Cameron said: “The rioting in Tottenham last night was utterly unacceptable.

“There is no justification for the aggression the police and the public faced, or for the damage to property.

“There is now a police investigation into the rioting and we should let that process happen.”

By the early hours of the morning, crowds of looters were smashing shop windows in a retail park near Tottenham Hale tube station and plundering goods from almost every store.

Teenagers and adults were said to have turned up in cars and filled their boots with stolen items, unimpeded by police.

Others arrived on foot and piled shopping trolleys high with looted televisions and other electronic goods, a woman who has lived locally for 10 years but did not want to be named said.
A member of staff at The Carphone Warehouse said every phone in the shop had been stolen.

The sense of anger at what the looters had done was clear.
Nadine Knight, 24, who works in administration at a planning and architecture firm said: “I’m completely and utterly disgusted by what the community has managed to do here.

“They need to come together a bit more and help the community, not damage it.
“I’m so upset, I can’t believe it.”

Another local resident, Norman McKenzie, 37, who works as a security guard at the Next clothes store in the retail park, was also appalled.

He said: “I can understand they’re angry and above all that there’s unemployment and cutting benefits so everything comes together and the cup is full.” . He had been told by his employer not to go to work today “because of the riot”.

Christian Macani, 22, who works in environmental sciences, asked a question that was on the lips of many in his neighbourhood this morning.

“What does this achieve?” he said. “They can’t get away with this, can they?
“People really don’t think. It’s stupid, this. They’ve achieved absolutely nothing. It’s a joke.”

Eight police officers were being treated in hospital today, with Scotland Yard saying at least one had suffered head injuries in the clashes.

 

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Hina Rabbani Khar: New Foreign Minister of Pakistan

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ISLAMABAD: According to sources, The government has decided to appoint Hina Rabbani Khar as the Minister for Foreign Affairs.Prime Minister of Pakistan Syed Yousaf Raza Gilani has sent advice to President Asif Ali Zardari for the appointment of Khar as Foreign Minister.
The decision was taken keeping in view the level of Khar’s comptency and recent interaction at the Foreign Office, sources at the Prime Minister House said .
Khar is expected to take charge as soon as a notification is issued in this regard. She is currently Minister of State for Foreign Affairs.
States Times Sources said the decision was taken for the upcoming talks between foreign ministers of Pakistan and India.
The talks are expected to be held by the month of July, with a final date yet to be announced.
The foreign ministers’ meeting will be preceded by preparatory talks between Indian Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao and her Pakistani counterpart Salman Bashir.

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