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Tuesday, June 11, 2013

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JARANWALA: Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has taken serious notice of the murder of ten-year-old Saqib Abdul Ghaffar by a shopkeeper for lifting ice from his shop.The incident was occured in police station Sadar area of Jaranwala.The Chief Minister has sought a report from Inspector General Police Punjab. He directed that the culprit involved in the tragic incident should be immediately arrested. He said that justice will be provided to the aggrieved family at any cost.

Saturday, June 1, 2013

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JARANWALA: Several lawyers were injured when the police baton charged them during a protest against the SP and City SHO here on Thursday. Earlier, lawyers and clerks observed a strike, took out a rally and blocked a road by burning tyres. The policemen baton charged the protesters when they were marching in front of the City police station. Several lawyers were injured. The police also arrested Zulfiqar advocate. Some policemen also entered the courtroom of a civil judge and beat up a man. The lawyers had observed the strike against the SP and City SHO who had thrashed Malik Imtiaz Awan advocate a few days before the elections. [source]

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

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JARANWALA: Additional Sessions Judge Attiqur Rehman Bhindar has ordered a case against SP Nasir Sial, City SHO Rana Maghfoor, Moharrar Abdur Rehman Niazi and 14 policemen for disrupting a corner meeting of a candidate.

Imtiaz Awan advocate, a Pakistan Justice Party candidate for PP-54, contended that the police had disrupted his meeting, tortured him and taken away Rs 100,000 from his car. He said that the police had also registered two false cases against him on the charge of drinking and holding a meeting on a road. source [thenews]

Friday, May 3, 2013

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JARANWALA: A speedy bus going to Bhai Phero overturned when driver tried to save a motorcyclist near Lundianwala. 3 persons died on the spot including Akbar Ali, Shahid Iqbal and a woman Allah Jawai while 16 others including the bus driver sustained severe injuries. They were shifted to Tehsil Headquarter Hospital for medical treatment while five persons with critical condition were referred to Faisalabad.

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

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JARANWALA: PML-N President Mian Nawaz Sharif is expected to visit Jaranwala on 27th April, said a party spokesperson on Sunday. He said that the president would address a public gathering at 2.00 pm in Jaranwala Stadium, among other engagements.
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ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court made public on Monday a list of journalists and media-men who were allegedly paid by the information ministry through its secret fund.

The list contains itemised particulars of those expenditures for which the information ministry now does not claim privilege or secrecy.

The list of  disbursements, totaling up to 1.7 billion rupees, was uploaded on the apex court’s website in accordance to its directive issued earlier during the day.

The apex court had also ordered for the list to be made public on its website.

The journalists named in the list are yet to respond to the list.

This is the first time that any such list has come into light as in the past the secret fund of the information ministry was never made public.

Another list of payments and gifts was expected to be made public later.

The order of the SC came during the hearing of the case pertaining to petitions file by two private television channel anchors who had requested the court to probe the matter of  media accountability and payments made to journalists by the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP)- led government in 2011-2012.

Earlier last year, the court had begun its probe and sought information and froze the funds of the information ministry after the petitioners had sought a probe and requested an end to the secret funds of the information ministry.

The information ministry had then denied the allegations.

Later this year , the apex court found out that that the federal information ministry had distributed gifts worth millions from its secret funds among a few journalists during the year 2011-12.

The court had later also learnt that former prime minister Raja Parvez Ashraf had approved on March 16, the last date of his government, a summary sanctioning payment of over Rs1.32 billion for media campaigns. source [dawn]

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

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JARANWALA: The news that the PML-N has awarded its ticket to Talal Badar Ch in NA-76 has aroused resentment and led to rift in the ranks of the party.

PML-N workers showed concern over the news that the party has given its ticket to Talal Badar Chaudhry. Majority of the party workers and leaders rejected the choice and termed the decision unwise and destructive for the party. They said the party heads neglected the deserving candidates in awarding ticket in the constituency. They said the party is destined to face defeat in NA-76. [source]