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CMYK CMYK CMYK Metropolitan: Legendary actor Wajid Qazi passes away Page 2 International: Russia passenger aircraft crashes, leaves no survivors Page 5 Back: Trade exchange between countries shows a growth of 33 percent: Ahmad Mohammadi Page 8 CMYK Member APNS ABC CERTIFIED Reg. No. 1655 CMYK CMYK Rs 10.00 Vol. X No.43 8 Pages On Tips Prayer Timings Karachi Fajr 5:52am Sunrise 7:09am Zohar 12:46pm Asr 4:47pm Maghrib 6:23pm Isha 7:41pm City Temperature Min Max Khi 13 ο C 25 ο C Lhr 12 ο C 21 ο C Isb 08 ο C 21 ο C Qta -3 ο C 07 ο C Psh 08 ο C 19 ο C FOREX RATES 1800GMT GBP/USD 1.38 EUR/USD 1.22 USD/JPY 108.80 USD/CHF 0.94 Anti-polio drive kicks off today ISLAMABAD: An anti-polio campaign begins in different parts of the country today. Media report said in Punjab, eighteen point five million under-five years age children will be vaccinated against polio under the five-day campaign. In KP, over five point seven million children will be administered anti-polio drops under three-day campaign. In Sindh, the second seven-day Anti-Polio Campaign of the year will commence on 19th of this month. As many as two hundred twenty-eight thousand children will be administered anti-polio drops in 188 Union Councils of Karachi. Special arrangements have been made to provide security to polio workers. Senate, NA to resume today ISLAMABAD: Senate and National Assembly will resume their sessions at the Parliament House in Islamabad on Monday. The Senate will meet at 3.00 P.M. while the National Assembly will start its session at 5PM. Both Houses will discuss matters of national importance, besides legislative business. Met office predicts snowfall in Kashmir, Murree I S L A M A B A D : Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) on Sunday predicted snowfall in different parts of the country including Kashmir, Gilgit Baltistan, Muree and other parts. In a press release, it said that westerly wave is likely to enter western parts of the country on Saturday and likely to grip upper/central parts of the country on Sunday and likely to persist over Malakand, Gilgit- Baltistan intermittently for few days. Under the influence of this weather system, rainthunderstorm (with snowfall over the hills) of light to moderate intensity is expected at scattered places in Khyber- Pakhtunkhwa, FATA, Upper Punjab (Rawalpindi, Sargodha, Gujranwala, Faisalabad and Lahore divisions), Islamabad, Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan on Sunday and Monday. LAHORE: Veteran human rights activist and noted lawyer Asma Jahangir passed away due to cardiac arrest in Lahore on Sunday. She was 66. Asma suffered heart attack today morning and was rushed to Lahore’s Hameed Latif Hospital, where she breathed her last. The leaders of different political parties, human rights organizations, and lawyers’ bars have extended condolences and sympathies to the bereaved families to bear this irreparable loss. Chief Justice of Pakistan, Justice Mian Saqib Nisar, other judges and KARACHI EDITION – Monday, February 12, 2018, Jumada-al-Awwal 25, 1439 Ex-President SCBA expired due to cardiac attack Asma Jahangir passes away; PM, CJP, political leaders, lawyers grieved registrar today expressed deep sorrow and grief over the sad demise of Asma Jahangir, a senior advocate Supreme Court of Pakistan. In a statement, they extended their heartfelt condolences and sincere sympathies to members of aggrieved family of departed soul. The chief justice and judges praised her services rendered for the cause of independence of judiciary, rule of law and supremacy of Constitution in the country and said that her services would always be remembered in good words in judicial history of Pakistan. "She was an outspoken and courageous lady, and had 20 suspected terrorists held during IBOs in Balochistan Senior Staff Writer QUETTA: As many as 20 suspected terrorists were rounded up during various I n t e l l i g e n c e - B a s e d Operations (IBOs) conducted in numerous areas of Balochistan by Frontier Corps (FC), Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said in a statement on Sunday. The IBOs were conducted in Gish Kaur, Buleda, Tratha and Pishin areas, the Pakistan army’s media cell further said. A large cache of arms and ammunition including RPG grenades, submachine guns and snipers were recovered during the raids. Other equipment, including communication devices, Global Positioning System (GPS) and laptops, were also seized. In similar IBOs on Saturday, FC had conducted raids in Shirani, Dera Murad Jamali. The military action was part of Operation Raad-ul- Fasaad during which the army successfully recovered weapons, ammunition, mobile SIMs and communication equipment that were being used to harm the peace in Balochistan, the ISPR said. Operation Radd-ul- Fasaad, or Elimination of Discord, was launched in February last after a sharp uptick in terrorist attacks in the country. Gorano dam controversy: Some people exploiting issue: Murad Shah By Abbas Kassar HYDERABAD: Sindh Chief Minister, Syed Murad Ali Shah has said that government was providing compensation like alternate residences, jobs and clean drinking water to people affected and displaced by Gorano dam coal project (being built by Engro Urea company in Thar). Talking to media after addressing 17th Liaquat university of Medical and Health Sciences at Jamshoro, he observed that some people were exploiting the issue adding that 54% of shares of company belonged to Sindh government. To a question he said government was searching for a right person to head proposed Sindh Food Authority so to eliminate adulterated foods so to maintain peoples health. He refuted allegations of horse trading on PPP adding that if anyone has proofs he should provide same to him. Lashing out at NAB he said it had harmed agriculture of province by ordering closure of Sukkur barrage. He expressed apprehensions against NAB asking it not to cause hindrances in development works. KARACHI: The Chief Minister Sindh, Syed Murad Ali Shah talking to media at the Election Commission of Pakistan, where he had led PPP Senate candidates for scrutiny of their nomination papers. risen to prominence by sheer dint of hard work, diligence and commitment to the legal profession." They prayed to Almighty Allah to shower His blessings on the departed soul and to give patience to the bereaved family members to bear this irreparable loss with equanimity. She was born on 27 January 1952 in Lahore. She was a human rights lawyer and social activist who co-founded and chaired the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan. She is widely known for playing a prominent role in the Lawyers Movement and served as the trustee at the International Crisis Group. Born and raised in Lahore, Jahangir studied at the Convent of Jesus and Mary before receiving her B.A from Kinnaird and LLB from the Punjab University in 1978. In 1980, she was called to the Lahore High Court and to the Supreme Court in 1982. In 1980s, Jahangir became a democracy activist and was imprisoned in 1983 for participating in the Movement for the Restoration of Democracy against the military regime of Zia-ul-Haq. In 1986, she moved to Geneva, and became the vice-chair of the Defence for Children International and remained until 1988 when she moved back to Pakistan. Saudia accepts one-time raise in Pakistan’s Hajj quota ISLAMABAD: In a goodwill gesture, Saudi Arabia has allowed Pakistan to implement the last year’s agreement of increasing hajj quota. After new agreement, total of 184,210 Pakistanis to perform Hajj this year. The previously announced quote was 179,210 people. Pakistan- Afghanistan conclude talks in Islamabad I S L A M A B A D : Pakistan and Afghanistan held two-day dialogue here at Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which concluded on Sunday. According to Foreign Office Spokesperson Dr Muhammad Faisal, the Pakistani side at the talks was led by Foreign Secretary Tehmina Januja while the Afghan delegation was headed by Afghan Deputy Foreign Minister Hikmat Khalil. He said the two sides discussed the action plan for peace and stability in Afghanistan. He said that both sides signed some agreements and agreed that further work is required on some other issues. Supreme Court's orders removal of blockades from Jati Umra, Model town LAHORE: The Supreme Court (SC) of Pakistan on Sunday ordered to remove all blockades outside Jati Umra, Governor House, IG Office, Model Town and other places across the city. Chief Justice of Pakistsn Mian Saqib Nisar remarked that security should be provided to the concerned persons, but court cannot allow government to block roads. The apex court conducted a hearing at Lahore Registry in which Punjab Chief Minister (CM) Jamil Ahmed Senior Staff Reporter KARACHI: The Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan's (MQM-P) Rabita Committee on Sunday removed Dr Farooq Sattar as the party's convener. "Farooq Sattar breached the Rabita Committee's trust," senior party leader Kanwar Naveed Jameel announced in a press conference on Sunday evening. Kanwar Naveed Jameel announced the decision to remove Dr Farooq Sattar as Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan’s convener. "He changed the party's constitution without bringing it into the knowledge of the Rabita Committee," he said. He further alleged that the former party chief had taken, in his control, the rights to select and remove party members without informing the coordination committee. "There are many reasons why Farooq Sattar Israel warns Iran after launching major raids in Syria TEL AVIV: Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu says his country will defend itself "against any attack" after carrying out what appear to be its largest strikes on sites in Syria in decades. Israel launched raids against Iranian targets after saying it had intercepted an Iranian drone crossing the Syria- Israel border. Iran denies the allegation. During the offensive an Israeli F-16 fighter jet was shot down by Syria air defences, crashing in northern Israel. Its pilots ejected from the plane and were taken to hospital. Shehbaz Sharif appeared upon summoning in case pertaining to clean water provision to public, road blockades and appalling condition of hospitals. A three-member bench of the SC, headed by Mian Saqib Nisar, conducted hearing. Initially, Sharif was called by the court on immediate basis on Saturday by the same bench, but the provincial chief secretary requested respite from the court saying that Punjab CM was busy. The CJP then directed Sharif to appear on Sunday at 11am. During the previous hearing, the prosecutor told court that 480 million gallons of polluted water is being drained into River Ravi. The CJP remarked that Chief Minister should clarify what steps have been taken for the drainage of waste water. “Sindh Chief Minister was summoned in Karachi over pollution, then why cannot Punjab CM be summoned over the matter?” asked the CJP. MQM-P Rabita Committee removed Dr Farooq Sattar as party's convener was removed from his position," party leader Kunwar Naveed Jamil explained. "The registration of a party as organized as the MQM was cancelled by the ECP only due to the negligence of Dr Farooq Sattar." "Despite continuous reminders from the coordination committee, Sattar did not file the party workers' wealth statements with the ECP, due to which the party’s registration was cancelled," he explained. "Dr Sattar purposefully sabotaged the Khidmat-e-Khalq Foundation the welfare arm of the MQM by committing gross mismanagement in its affairs," he alleged. "Nazeer Hussain University is dysfunctional now and its employees haven't been paid for seven months now." “Dr Farooq Sattar also altered the party constitution to his own benefit and siphoned all authorities and powers to himself," Jamil further alleged while announcing the reasons why Sattar was removed. KARACHI: Muttahida Quami Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) Deputy Convener Rabita Committee Kanwar Naveed Jameel announces to remove Farooq Sattar as the party’s convener while addressing a press conference at Bahadurabad. Naqeebullah murder: Tribesmen end their sit-in in Islamabad ISLAMABAD: Tribesmen from FATA have ended their sit-in in Islamabad. The tribesmen were demanding justice for extrajudicial killing of Naqeebullah Mehsud by police in Karachi. PML-N leaderAmeer Muqam met the protesters and convinced them to end the protest. Naqeebullah Mehsud, a 27- year old tribesman from South Waziristan Agency, who aspired to be a model, has become an unlikely hero for his Mehsud tribe and the larger Pashtun community were demanding justice for him who was murdered at the hands of the police in Karachi. Since February 1, the protestors were staging their dharna outside the Islamabad Press Club. Politicians from different political parties, particularly those led by Pashtuns, have visited the camp and made speeches to show solidarity with the protestors. SC clarifies Sanaullah statement totally false, concocted ISLAMABAD: The apex court on Sunday clarified that statement of Rana Sanaullah of CJ desired the next government will be PML-N is totally false and concocted. SC press release stated; Reference a statement of Rana Sanaullah after court hearing at Supreme Court Registry Lahore that CJP desired that next govt will be of PML (N). It is clarified that statement is totally false and concocted. Indian army chief arrives in IoK amid militant attacks SRINAGAR: Indian army chief General Bipin Rawat arrived in Indian occupied Jammu on Sunday and met senior commanders as an operation against a 'militant attack' at an army camp entered its second day. Indian authorities said five soldiers and one civilian were killed in the ongoing military operation against attackers holed up near the residential quarters inside the Sunjuwan Army Camp, according to reports in the Indian media. CMYK CMYK CMYK

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