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Post Government to take issue of judicial and executive powers to Parliament

ISLAMABAD: The Government has decided to take up the issue of judicial and executive powers in the Parliament as the President called for a session of the National Assembly for Monday.

The decision was taken in a meeting of coalition partners chaired by President Asif Ali Zardari and Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani at the Aiwan-e-Sadr.
According to sources, PML-Q leader, Senator Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain, , Mian Riaz Hussain Pirzada, Senator Dr Babar Awan, Senator Afrasiab Khattak, Senator Muhammad Zahid Khan, Senator Kalsoom Perveen, Munir Khan Orakzai, MNA, Noor-ul-Haq Qadri.
It was decided that PM Gilani will take the Parliament’s opinion on the prevailing situation. Following on the advice of Prime Minister Gilani, the President called for a session of the National Assembly on Monday, August 1.
Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani sought the opinion of the coalition partners regarding the judicial and executive powers – All partners agreed to take up the issue to the Parliament.
The President briefed the coalition partners on his recent visits to Iran, Afghanistan and Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
The meeting, which lasted for over two and half hours, also took stock of the current political and economic situation obtaining in the country.

Government to take issue of judicial and executive powers to Parliament – The Express Tribune
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Popalzai says 1st Ramazan on August 1

Updated at: 2352 PST, Sunday, July 31, 2011
PESHAWAR: Mufti Shahabuddin Popalzai has announced that 1st day of the holy month of Ramazan would fall on Augusut (Monday), Geo News reported Sunday.

Popalzai made the announcement while talking to media men after a meeting held here at Masjid Qasim Ali Khan which was attended by local Ulema and notables of the area.

Mufti Shahabuddin Popalzai said many witnesses of the moon including a woman approached the Ulema who examined the account of witnesses.

The government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa will hold its meeting on Monday to announce sighting of the moon or otherwise.
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MQM decides to re-join government: sources


ISLAMABAD: The Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) has once again decided to re-join the government on Monday, DawnNews reported.

The decision was made after discussions between MQM Chief Altaf Hussain and Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani.

Sources told DawnNews that MQM will first become a part of the AJK government and will then re-join the provincial and federal government shortly after.

On June 26, MQM had decided to part ways with the Pakistan People’s Party and sit on opposition benches in the National Assembly, Senate and Sindh Assembly in protest against the postponement of election on two Karachi seats of the Azad Jamu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly.

MQM decides to re-join government: sources | Pakistan | DAWN.COM
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* Three ANP activists among 10 killed

* Rival ethnic groups clash in Sarjani Town

* Two shops, marriage hall, six pushcarts set on fire

By Atif Raza

KARACHI: There was no let up in target killings on Sunday and violence continued unabated, as at least 10 more persons, five in Sarjani Town alone, were killed in the provincial capital. The death toll has risen to over 100 during the last nine days.

Sarjani Town remained the most troubled area, where at least five people were killed in acts of target killings, while the police and Rangers remained outside the affected areas due to intense exchange of fire between two ethnic groups, reportedly supported by their patron political parties.

In the first incident, armed men kidnapped and killed a man, Bacha Khan, and his nephew, Sajjad Khan.

Police officials said the victims used to supply oil and were at work when unidentified persons kidnapped them and soon threw their bullet-riddled dead bodies.

Later, armed men shot dead another Pakhtun, Tahir Khan, also in the same area.

ANP spokesman Qadir Khan confirmed affiliations of all three victims and condemned the incident.

Tension gripped parts of Sarjani, including Khuda Ki Basti and Taiser Town, as armed groups resorted to intense firing and suspended routine and commercial activities. Residents were confined to their homes while a heavy contingent of Rangers and police were called at the scene to avoid any untoward incident but were unable to enter restive areas. Both groups used sophisticated weapons and reportedly enjoyed the backing of political parties.

During the clash, two more people, who are yet to be identified, were gunned down.

Armed men also set two shops and nearly half a dozen pushcarts on fire.

Reports say that armed miscreants also set ablaze the office of Punjabi Pukhtun Organising Committee, a marriage hall, and managed to burn them partially, while at least dozen of persons, including Faizan, Allah Noor, Jamil, Abdul Jabbar, Buxullah and Naqeeb were wounded.

Police officials said that law and order situation was much better in the area as police entered the affected areas.

They said that Pukhtun and Saraiki people were fighting with each other as a result of which at least five lives were lost.

Police officials further said that it was their old enmity and this clash was the chain of the previous clashes.

Police officials also claimed to have arrested one suspect Imran. Police sources said DIG West called all contingents of the West Zone.

Orangi Town, Pirabad, Bukhari Colony, Pathan Colony and Banaras remained tense, as ongoing violence claimed the life of Zurmai Jan, 22, while over one-and-a-half dozen others were wounded separately.

Dead bodies of two young men were found separately from Orangi’s Pakistan Bazaar police remits.

Police officials said both victims were killed after being kidnapped and armed men threw their bodies after shooting and torturing them.

Police said Zurmai, the victim, was the resident of Baloch Colony Orangi Town.

Separately, four persons, including Sagheer, Khairullah, Shah Wali, Naseebullah and Owais were injured during intense firing in Bukhari Colony, while over 14 others were injured when armed miscreants beat passengers traveling in a bus with sticks in Pirabad area after getting them off the bus.

The injured included Khalid, Irfan, Adnan, Liaquat, Ashfaq, Ajmal, Saeed and Asadullah. Meanwhile, two corpses of young men were found separately from Urdu Bazaar in Aram Bagh police remits and Sher Shah police remits.

However, Munnawar Baloch, who was injured in an incident of firing on July 24 in Sher Shah area succumbed to his injuries at Civil Hospital, Karachi.
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LG system restored in Khi, Hyderabad, Ordinance issued


Updated at: 0106 PST, Sunday, August 07, 2011

KARACHI: An ordinance promulgated to restore Local Government System in Karachi and Hyderabad has been issued here Sunday (10am) Geo News reported. Sindh Governor Dr Ishratul Ebad Khan has signed the ordinance into law.

The ordinance was issued after the PPP and Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) agreed on a joint formula to restore local government system 2001 in Karachi and Hyderabad.

The ordinance was issued after meeting of Sindh Governor Dr. Ishratul Ebad Khan, Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah, PPP leader Babar Awan, Agha Siraj and Sindh Revenue Minister Jam Mehtab Dahar. Chief Secretary Sindh, Sindh Law Minister and Commissioner Karachi participated in the meeting.

Governor Sindh telephoned MQM Chief Altaf Hussain and took him into confidence over ordinance for restoring local bodies system.

Earlier Dr. Babar Awan held a one-on-one meeting with Sindh Governor Dr. Ishrat-ul-Ebad at Governor House. Later, Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah also joined them there.

According to sources, the three dignitaries held talks on PPP-MQM relations.

Meanwhile, sources said that talks have also entered in a final stage for ironing out PPP-MQM differences and MQM's return to the coalition government.

LG system restored in Khi, Hyderabad, Ordinance issued - GEO.tv
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Peshawar explosions: Police suspect female bombers, 5 killed


PESHAWAR:
A second explosion took place in Peshawar on Thursday morning, several hours after an attack on security personnel that killed five earlier this morning at the Lahori Gate.

Express 24/7 correspondent Iftikhar Firdous reported that security forces say it is possible that the second blast was carried out by two female suicide bombers aged about 16 and 17 years old.

Firdous added that the damage from the second explosion was minimal, as the vest of one of the alleged female bombers detonated while the other did not. Both alleged bombers were killed due to the explosion.

A small search operation was launched in the area after the first blast this morning.

Bomb kills five in Peshawar: Police

A planted bomb targeting a police van in Peshawar killed four policemen and a child on Thursday, officials said.

“At least four policemen and a schoolchild have been killed in the attack,” said Muhammad Faisal, a senior police official in the area.

He said that 18 other policemen are injured.

Local police officials said that the improvised explosive device was hidden in a handcart parked at the roadside near the Lahori Gate area.

“The police van was carrying 20 policemen,” said Imtiaz Shah, another police official, adding the vehicle was wrecked in the blast and a group of schoolboys were at the site when the bomb exploded.

“A 12-year-old boy has also been killed in the incident,” he said.

More than 4,500 people have been killed in suicide attacks and bomb explosions, many of them carried out by the Taliban and other Al-Qaeda-linked extremists, in Pakistan during the last four years.

Source: Peshawar Bomb Blast
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Zafar Qureshi reinstated as DG FIA: DawnNews

ISLAMABAD: The establishment division on Thursday issued the notification for reinstatement of Federal Investigation Agency’s (FIA’s) Additional Director General Zafar Qureshi, DawnNews reported.

Two days ago the Supreme Court (SC) had declared the suspension of Qureshi in the NICL case as null and void.

The SC had also ordered Qureshi to continue with the investigation of the NICL case.

PML-Q chief and former Chief Minister Punjab Chaudhry Parvez Elahi’s son Moonis Elahi who is a member of the Punjab assembly is currently under arrest for his involvement in the NICL case.

Zafar Qureshi reinstated as DG FIA: DawnNews | Pakistan | DAWN.COM
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