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13th Constitutional Amendment of 1974 Act Under Review

Islamabad | The Federal Government of Pakistan has constituted a committee to review the 13th amendment of the Constitution Act 1974 passed by the Azad Kashmir legislative assembly. The Azad Kashmir legislative assembly passed the controversial amendment at the behest of the former PML-N led Federal Government of Pakistan upon which the officials of defence ministry and foreign ministry had their reservations. However, these reservations were ignored by the former Federal Government and green signal was given to the legislative assembly… Keep Reading

Prime Minister of Pakistan’s First Official Visit To Saudi Arabia And Abu Dhabi

Prime Minister of Pakistan Mr. Imran Khan visited Saudi Arabia on Tuesday and later traveled to Abu Dhabi, where he met the  UAE Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan. The two leaders held comprehensive discussion on  bilateral relationship, the regional and global political situation and the issues,  being faced by the Muslim world, were also discussed. During the meeting both the leaders expressed their desire to further enhance and diversify bilateral cooperation and to continue close coordination on… Keep Reading

Suspension of Sentence | Nawaz Sharif, Maryam And Safdar Released

The Honorable Islamabad High Court heard the suspension petitions of the former prime minister of Pakistan Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif, Maryam Nawaz and Capt. (Retd) Safdar Hussain in avenfield reference case today. The petitions were heard by the divisional bench comprising of two honorable judges of Islamabad High Court, Mr. Justice Athar MinAllah and Mr. Justice Miangul Hassan Aurangzeb. The appellate court heard the counsel of the petitioners and the prosecutor for national accountability bureau at length and later on… Keep Reading

Police Break Up Muslim Religious Gatherings In Indian Held Kashmir

Police in Indian-controlled Kashmir have fired tear gas and used batons to break up religious processions marking the Muslim month of Muharram. Authorities imposed a curfew in Lalchowk, the commercial hub of disputed Kashmir’s main city of Srinagar, fearing the religious processions Wednesday could morph into anti-India protests. Clashes erupted when police attempted to stop groups of Muslims who were trying to break the curfew and hold processions at several places in the city. Muharram, one of the most important… Keep Reading

Breast Feeding Moms Likely To Have More Children

Women who breastfeed their first child for five months or longer are more likely to have three or more children, and less likely to have only one child, than women who breastfeed for shorter duration or not at all. In “Intensive Parenting: Fertility and Breastfeeding Duration in the United States,” published in the journal Demography Sept. 19, co-authors Vida Maralani and Samuel Stabler (Hunter College) report that women who breastfed did not differ in how many children they expected to… Keep Reading

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